The Difference in Your Game Might Be in Your Head
Pregame rituals and superstitions could help build mental strength on the playing field.
ConU Almost Drops Opener After Strong First Half
Concordia’s men’s basketball team was lucky to escape Thursday’s game against the McGill Redmen with a victory. The Redmen caught the Stingers sleeping in the second half, but ConU prevailed, winning the game 80-66.
Winter Conditions Slow Down Stingers Runners in Nationals
A snow-covered course limited Concordia to a middling performance at last Saturday’s national cross-country championships in Quebec City.
Debunking the NCAA-CIS Soccer Gap
Nothing sums up American soccer better than a crowd of 25,000 rowdy college fans taunting the opposing goalkeeper with a chant of, “Hit the weight room, skinny.” It’s a scene from Red Bull Arena, home of the New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer, which opened its doors…
Concordia Football Coaches Meet After Twitter Controversy
Concordia’s football exodus has been put on hold. No significant movement has happened since Nov. 8, despite a coaches’ meeting in the morning and a team meeting that took place in the afternoon.
After Successful Season, ConU’s X-Country Teams to Vie for Top Spot
With the season dwindling down to its last few weeks, Concordia Stingers cross-country head coach John Lofranco has been pleased with the overall performance from both the men’s and the women’s squads this year.
Strong Second Period and Near-Perfect Goaltending Factors in Win
Concordia’s men’s hockey team dominated the visiting Queen’s Gaels 6-1 last Saturday, after a strong second-period effort and a stellar performance by goalie Peter Karvouniaris.
Second Half Meltdown Makes the Difference
A second half collapse led to Concordia’s men’s rugby team surrendering the provincial championship to the McGill Redmen for the second straight year, losing 28-7 last Sunday.
Montreal Food is Great, But Calories are Costly
Montreal is known for its delicious, but unhealthy, treats from smoked meat, to poutine, bagels and crepes. The diversity of delicious food is what makes Montreal a prime location for gastronomy.
Montreal Business Follows Organic Fad
The gap between first and third world countries just got a little wider—organic food is now readily available for the dog world.