Ride ‘Til You’re Dead
DFL means Dead Fucking Last. Earning it means finishing the cross-city nocturnal zig-zagging bike messenger-inspired-and-supported La Course des Morts in last place. It’s a badge of honour.
Frédérique Rajotte, Alexandra Tessier and Jenna Thompson Earned this Years All-Star Honours
It’s rare to have two players who play the same position named to an all-star team, let alone three.
Concordia Beat McGill 1-0 on Final Game of the Season
The Concordia Stingers men’s soccer team’s counter-attacking display proved too much to handle for the McGill Redmen.
Concordia Bids Farewell to Departing Stingers in Draw Against Martlets
The Concordia Stingers women’s soccer team once again finished outside of a playoff spot.
Concordia Improve to Four Straight Wins By Beating Lakehead
The Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team made it a two-game sweep of the Lakehead Thunderwolves, defeating them for the second time in as many nights by the score of 4-0 Saturday night at Ed Meagher Arena.
A Look Into The Lives Of Professional BMX Riders
This is an undisputable truth: Penguins look really dumb.
Canadiennes Captain Marie-Philip Poulin Dazzles in 2-1 Win Over Furies
In her first home game as Canadiennes captain, Marie-Philip Poulin led the way in her team’s 2-1 victory over the Toronto Furies at Etienne Desmarteau Arena on Saturday night. Poulin scored both goals for her club, including the game-winner with just over five minutes remaining on the clock.
Late Stinger Touchdown May Save Concordia’s Season
Coming off a 43-17 road loss to Sherbrooke, The Stingers were looking to get back into the win column against the McGill Redmen. On a cold and wet Saturday afternoon at Concordia Stadium, McGill’s dominance on both sides of the ball proved to be too much for Concordia.
A New Title for Canadian University Sports
With a new logo, colours, and name, the Canadian Interuniversity Sports has repositioned itself in the Canadian sports landscape in an effort to lure sponsors and increase its relevance on the national stage.
Henderson Returns to Montreal and Represents The Stingers This Seasons
Basketball players like Malcolm Henderson are hard to find in Canadian Interuniversity Sport. He’s big and he’s strong, but most importantly he has competed at the biggest collegiate stage possible.