• Stingers Come Back with 51 Second-Half Points

    Men’s Basketball Win is First at UQAM Sports Centre Since 2007

    The Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team posted 51 second-half points to hand the UQAM Citadins a 79-67 loss Saturday at the UQAM Sports Centre.

  • Three Tries Seal Stingers’ Fate

    Men’s Rugby Team Falls Short of Provincial Supremacy

    McGill’s Gideon Balloch scored three tries to help the Redmen come out as 22-10 victors over the Concordia Stingers in the Quebec Student Sports Federation rugby final on Sunday at Molson Stadium.

  • Defence Finally Breaks Down

    Undefeated Stingers Take Silver in CIS Final

    The women’s rugby team fell to the St. Francis Xavier X-Women 17-12 in overtime during the Canadian Interuniversity Sport championship game at Justin Chiu Stadium in Peterborough, Ont. on Nov. 7.

  • The Allegory of the Cage

    Part Two: Zahabi Discusses Bullying, Offers Training Advice and Recounts How He Met Miguel Torres

    Firas Zahabi is the first Canadian mixed martial arts trainer to be nominated for a World MMA award. This week he sat down with The Link to discuss bullying, some of his training methods and his recent collaboration with fighter Miguel Torres.

  • Joyal Shines in Meeting with Rams

    Men’s Hockey Team Pulls Off Back-to-Back Wins

    Concordia goaltender Maxime Joyal broke out of a mini-slump, and the Stingers got a game winner from an unlikely source, as the men’s hockey team beat the Ryerson Rams 3-1 at Ed Meagher Arena on Nov. 5.

  • Stingers Shade Over Gaiters

    Men’s Rugby Team Cashes In on Late Penalty to Advance to QSSF Final

    A penalty kick by Stinger Xavier Birot in the final minute of play sealed a narrow 13-12 win for Concordia against the Bishop’s Gaiters in the Quebec University men’s rugby semifinal at Loyola on Sunday.

  • The Allegory of the Cage

    The Link Talks to Montreal Mixed Martial Arts Trainer Firas Zahabi

    Is there a logical leap between debating Plato’s metaphysical reality and slapping an armbar on someone?
    Logical or not, Firas Zahabi made that leap when he went from Concordia University philosophy graduate to internationally renowned mixed martial arts trainer. Zahabi—whose students include UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre and former featherweight champ Miguel Torres—is nominated for “best trainer” at the 2010 World MMA Awards, which take place on Dec. 1 in Las Vegas.

  • Stingers Crash Out of Playoff Contention

    The Football Team’s Season Ends with Loss to Rouge et Or

    The young Concordia Stingers faced more growing pains against the powerhouse Laval Rouge et Or, as their playoff hopes were obliterated in a 62-7 loss during university football action on Saturday at Concordia Stadium.

  • The Terrible Two, Two and Twos

    Women’s Hockey Team Loses Third Straight Game by a 2-1 Margin

    It took a pair of power-play goals for the Montréal Carabins to overcome goaltender Audrey Doyon-Lessard and hand the Concordia women’s hockey team another 2-1 loss on Friday, Oct. 29 at Ed Meagher Arena.

  • Heading to Nationals

    Women’s Rugby Team Secures Second Consecutive QSSF Title

    The women’s rugby squad took its second straight QSSF provincial title on Friday night with a 13-8 win over the Laval Rouge et Or.
    “For the first 60-minutes [Laval] out-hearted us,” said Stingers coach Graeme McGravie. “I don’t think we matched them.”