Sports

  • Doyon-Lessard Continues to Provide Good Goaltending

    Women’s Hockey Team Picks Up Consecutive Wins Over Weekend

    After defeating UdeM in a shootout the night before, the Concordia Stingers’ women’s hockey team scored four unanswered goals en route to a comfortable 5-1 win over the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees Oct. 16 at Ed Meagher Arena.

  • Fourth Quarter Madness

    Football Team Scores 13 Unanswered Points for Victory over Redmen

    The Concordia Stingers’ football team prevailed in a 21-11 defensive battle with the McGill Redmen on Oct. 9 at Concordia Stadium, notching more points in the fourth quarter than the entire first half combined.

  • Is CrossFit for Concordia?

    A Deeper Look Into the Workout Routine’s Used in Montreal

    Some think CrossFit could be a way to get Concordia’s student athletes to the next level of performance, while others think it’s an invitation to injury.
    In 2001, CrossFit founder Greg Glassman, known simply as “Coach” to his disciples, adopted a new definition of fitness that includes 10 categories: cardiovascular and respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance and accuracy.

  • Baseball Team Beats John Abbott, Notches Playoff Wins

    Concordia’s men’s baseball team clinched a playoff spot on Oct. 7 with a 10-1 win over the John Abbott Islanders at Trudeau Park.
    “What’s happening now is that the team is finally starting to gel. I think we’re finally starting to show some discipline,” said Stingers manager Howard Schwartz.

  • McGill Extends Winning Streak

    Tough First Period Costs Women’s Hockey Team in Season Opener

    The Quebec university women’s hockey season opened on Oct. 8 at McConnell Arena, with an action-packed game that ended 7-4 in favour of the McGill Martlets over the visiting Concordia Stingers.

  • Nike Tournament Glory

    Men’s Basketball Team Regains its Title, Uses Tournament as Preparation

    The men’s basketball team erased memories of last year’s defeat to Wilfrid Laurier University by winning the annual Concordia-Nike Tournament 73-72 over the New York Institute of Technology Bears Saturday night at Loyola Gym.

  • Women’s Rugby Decimates Sherbrooke

    The ConU women’s rugby Stingers did what was expected of them on Sunday at Loyola Campus, steamrolling over the Sherbrooke Vert et Or 92-0 and putting them within reach of a perfect season.

  • Heading to Delhi

    Concordia Early-Childhood Education Student is also a World Class Weightlifter

    Two weeks after finishing 20th at the World Weightlifting Championships in Antalya, Turkey, Concordia student Emily Quarton is participating in her second Commonwealth games this week in Delhi, India.

  • A Night of Firsts

    Striker Matthijs Eppinga’s two-goal performance led Concordia’s men’s soccer team to its first points of the season in Friday’s 3-1 thrashing of the third-placed UQTR Patriotes at Concordia Stadium.

  • Women’s Hockey Hosts 43rd Annual Theresa Humes Tournament

    From Oct. 1 to Oct. 3, four women’s hockey teams came to commemorate Theresa Humes, the woman who succeeded in putting Concordia female athletics on the map, by doing what she loved the most: playing some good ol’ fashioned hockey.