Sports

  • 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.

  • Stingers Take Care of Sherbrooke

    Men’s Rugby Wins, Regulars Get Rest

    An outmatched Université de Sherbrooke Vert et Or side was shut out 32-0 by the superior Concordia Stingers in men’s rugby last Friday at Concordia Stadium.

    “A win is a win, [but] we can’t take too much out of this game as far as celebrations go,” said first-year coach Shane Thomas.

  • The Politics of Sports

    Dave Zirin Speaks at Concordia

    Dave Zirin, a modern day Hunter S. Thompson without the suitcase of narcotics, was at Concordia on Sept. 21 to discuss the politics of sports and the corporatization of franchise ownership.

  • Gaiters Spoil Homecoming

    Stingers Lose Shrine Bowl on a Bishop’s Single

    It was a painful homecoming for Stingers football on Saturday, as a last second field goal led to the surrender of the Shrine Bowl to the Bishop’s Gaiters 18-17 at Loyola Campus.

  • Sliotars and Hurleys

    Concordia Hosts Hurling Workshop

    Concordia students, alumni and members of the public were invited to learn the fundamentals of hurling during a workshop organized by Irish Concordia and the Montreal Shamrocks last Sunday morning at Loyola Campus.

  • Soccer Teams Garner No Points with Weekend Results

    The men’s soccer team was unfortunate in its encounter with the unbeaten Laval Rouge et Or, conceding four goals in the second half and concluding the road trip to Quebec City with a 5-0 loss on Sept. 24.

  • Stingers take the Shaughnessy Cup

    Friday night’s 34-29 Shaughnessy Cup win in front of 5,736 fans at Molson Stadium was the 11th consecutive victory for the Concordia Stingers over the McGill Redmen, dating back to 2002.