Sports

  • First China, Now Mexico

    Desmarais to Compete at National Level for Second Time in as Many Months

    On Oct. 4, Concordia Stingers guard Kyle Desmarais had the honour of being called up to serve on the National Men’s Basketball team for the 2011 Pan Am Games in Mexico.

  • Laroche Factor in Win

    Stingers Prevail Over Gee-Gees

    The Stingers beat the Ottawa Gee-Gees 68-58 on Sunday in convincing fashion, as they controlled the game from the first quarter and never looked back.

  • Hard Work Pays Off

    ConU Hockey Takes Home Opener With Convincing Win

    Concordia’s men’s hockey team delivered a solid effort Oct. 14, shutting down the Brock Badgers en route to a 5-1 victory in their home opener.

  • UdeM Too Much for ConU

    Stingers’ Effort No Match for Carabins

    A potent Université de Montréal offense was too much for Concordia’s women’s soccer team to handle on Sunday, as they were downed 4-1 on home turf. Despite going down two quick-fire goals late in the first half, the Stingers never stopped fighting.

  • Stingers a No-Show

    ConU Soccer Sits Back as UdeM Fires on All Cylinders

    “Poor performance, lack of quality, lack of heart.”

    That’s how Stingers head coach Lloyd Barker described the Concordia’s men’s soccer team’s effort during Sunday’s 4-0 home loss to the Université de Montréal Carabins.

  • Show Some Spirit for the Home Team

    Concordia’s Spirit Team Is Back and Better Than Ever

    In three lines, more than a dozen sweat-covered female Concordia students drop, bend, and shuffle to LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” right next to the entrance of the athletic complex at the Loyola Campus.

  • Scavengers in the City

    Montreal Search Has High Possibility of Fun

    Montreal Impossible isn’t your average scavenger hunt.

  • Concordia Baseball Settles For Second

    Stingers Stand By and Watch Their Title Be Taken

    After eight straight hours of baseball, the Concordia Stingers gave up their conference crown in a 4-0 loss to the Carleton Ravens on Sunday.

  • Stingers Show Great Potential

    Poor Martlet Goaltending Contributes to Near-Comeback

    Concordia’s women’s hockey team gave the McGill Martlets a run for their money last Friday, but couldn’t complete the comeback as they were downed 7-5 at McConnell Arena.

  • One Down, One to Go

    Stingers Baseball Team Advances

    Concordia’s baseball team moved on to the conference finals—earning themselves a trip to the nationals in Moncton—after shutting down the McGill Redmen on Monday in Game 3 of the conference semi-finals in a 9-0 decision.