Sports

  • Wellness for a Cause

    From Oct. 31 to Nov. 4, the Exercise Science Student Association is hosting Wellness Week, an event aimed at raising money for Movember.

  • Doing More for Movember

    Get Ready to Groom That Upper Lip Landscape

    Rocking a moustache is not for the faint at heart—it’s a duty that only the selfless grab by the handlebars in the name of Movember.

  • The Health Mobsters

    This Montreal Business is Changing How You Work Out

    Finding the motivation to work out can be difficult when you take into account the cost of a gym membership and finding the willpower to lift weights or run on your own.

  • So Close

    Concordia’s Baseball Team Sent Home After Semi-Final Loss

    The Stingers’ stellar season came to an abrupt end this weekend with a 3-2 loss to the Durham Lords in the semi-final round of the nationals in Moncton, NB.

  • Next Up, Laval

    ConU Overcomes the Elements—and Hungry Martlets

    Concordia’s women’s rugby team is heading to the provincial finals after beating the McGill Martlets in the last game of the regular season Friday night in an 18-8 decision.

  • Fumble and You’re Out

    Late McGill Rally Finishes Stingers

    A tough final quarter was all it took for Concordia’s men’s rugby team to drop their fourth straight on Oct. 23, as they fell to the McGill Redmen 23-6 in a closely fought contest.

  • Strong Second Half Not Enough

    Five Games Without a Goal, Six Games Without a Win

    A second half surge wasn’t enough for Concordia’s men’s soccer team last Friday as they fell to the Université du Québec à Montréal Citadins in a nail-biter.

  • ConU Can’t Finish

    Stingers Miss Opportunities Despite Dominating Possession

    Concordia’s women’s soccer team played to a scoreless draw against the Université du Québec à Montréal Citadins last Friday at the Claude-Robillard Sports Complex. The Stingers dominated possession throughout the entire match, but couldn’t seem to finish their chances.

  • Kill, Kill, Kill

    The Cruel Fate of Paul Daley

    As he stepped into the cage in the centre of a sparse Montreal crowd screaming for him to “kill, kill, kill,” it must have been difficult for Paul Daley not to realize how abrupt his fall from grace has been.

  • Université de Maciocia

    Grey Cup Champion Coach Brings Winning Pedigree to Carabins

    Danny Maciocia is no stranger to the game of football. He’s successfully coached at every level, going back to his days as the coach of to the Canadian Junior Football League’s St. Leonard Cougars, right up to his Grey Cup with the Canadian Football League’s Edmonton Eskimos in 2005.