The women’s hockey team opened camp last week, with its first test being a string of non-conference games against Ontario’s York, Brock and Queen’s universities on the weekend
Concordia’s men’s baseball team endured some growing pains last Sunday as they split their doubleheader against the Carleton Ravens with a 5-4 loss and a 10-9 win on the opponents’ turf in Ottawa.
Montreal Writer Participates in Commemorative Triathlon
A sense of panic settled in as I contemplated the serene landscape before me. As the newest member of Team Frank, I couldn’t afford to cower from the challenge I had accepted: my first triathlon.
Soccer Men Almost Pull out a Tie Against McGill, Fall to Bottom of Division
The Concordia men’s soccer team succumbed to a stronger McGill Redmen squad in heartbreaking fashion, losing 2-1 at Loyola Campus last Sunday.
Women’s Soccer Team Fails to Contain the Martlets
The McGill Martlets cruised to an easy victory over the outmatched and outgunned Concordia Stingers women’s soccer squad as it lost 3-0 Sunday afternoon at Loyola Campus.
Women’s Rugby Team Edges Out Rouge et Or
The women’s rugby team pulled out an exciting finish to beat the perennial powerhouse Université de Laval team 10-9 on Friday at Loyola Campus.
Men’s Rugby Loses to Cross-Town Rival McGill
The men’s rugby team came up short under the lights last Friday night, losing to cross-town rivals McGill 18-6 at Concordia Stadium.
Three Stingers Make Top 11 in Respective Categories
Concordia’s cross-country men claimed third place and the women claimed seventh for their collective efforts in the McGill Open Meet on Saturday at Mount Royal Park.
A photo essay of the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal
A photo essay on the riders who enjoyed an eventful day of cycling Sunday as they partook in the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal.
How Men’s Soccer Team Target-Man Matthijs Eppinga Ended Up at Concordia
The men’s soccer team has finally got some depth up front.
The strike partnership between Toronto native Fred Moody, second-year player Claude Arthur Diesse and Dutch exchange student Matthijs Eppinga is one that cannot be easily matched, particularly because each player is over six feet tall and can all put the ball in the back of the net.