A Look Back on the Concordia Stingers Season
Tracy-Ann Lavigne wasn’t sad after the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team lost to the McGill Martlets in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec finals—not even a little bit. In fact, she probably wasn’t even thinking about the loss.
Team Looking for More Exposure, University Backing.
The top-ranked Université de Montréal Carabins downed the Concordia University women’s tennis team in the semi-final of the provincial playoff series Saturday afternoon at Uniprix Stadium.
International Under-14 Tournament and Local Qualifier to be Played at Centre Nutrilait
The Montreal Impact made their mark on youth development Wednesday morning. The club announced two U14 soccer tournaments—an international one involving eight teams and a qualifier including 16 teams from Quebec’s youth ranks.
Olivier Georges and Chama Sedki Named Winter Season All-Stars
With the winter season at an end for the Concordia Stingers men’s and women’s soccer teams, the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec have presented their all-star awards.
David Zilberman Honours a family legacy, And Creates His Own
For those who haven’t been in a wrestling training room, it’s an unmitigated mess.
Concordia Scout Keeps the Difficulties Out of Sight and Out of Mind
When Justin Shemie started to talk about work, a smile stretched across his face. Not the reaction you’d get from most university students in their early 20s.
McGill All-Star Jenning Leung on Traveling Around the World for His Love of Basketball
Jenning Leung feels fortunate for the places he’s been.
Former Concordia professor presents her book on campus
It is rare, even perhaps nonsensical, that a book launch be held for a book that had been released 16 months beforehand. However, in this case, there were ample reasons.
Stingers Pitcher and Wide Receiver Impresses on the Mound and the Gridiron
After pitching a game, Jarryd Taylor ices his arm. He follows through with some light throwing, then heads to the bullpen. During football practice and games he gets banged up, giving and receiving tackles.
Nay on the Divide Between Art and Sports
Athletes aren’t usually considered to be the artistic type, yet Stingers soccer player Alexandre Nay shatters that notion.