Montreal Captures Fourth Clarkson Cup in Ottawa
The main cast of characters were the same, as was the venue. This year’s Clarkson Cup final had a much different ending than that of last season, though.
Les Canadiennes’ Marie-Philip Poulin Wins Three Awards, Including League MVP
Marie-Philip Poulin is used to being in the spotlight on the ice. Whether it be at the Olympics or while captaining Les Canadiennes, she’s used to being on the biggest of stages.
Martlets Crowned Champions of the Dr. Ed Enos Cup
Martlets goaltender Tricia Deguire was a brick wall against a Concordia Stingers offence that struggled to find its groove. Once again, the Maroon and Gold were shutout 3-0 at Ed Meagher arena on Saturday afternoon.
Les Canadiennes All Business In Their Search For Elusive Title
Everything comes down to this. All the regular season games and hard late-night practices have led here. It’s the Clarkson Cup final.
McGill Captures Both Men’s and Women’s Basketball Titles
Tears ran down players’ cheeks in the Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team locker room following Saturday afternoon’s game.
McGill Redmen and UQAM Citadins Book Tickets to Men’s Final
One thing’s for sure, game one of the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec Final Four men’s semifinal kept you on your feet.
Concordia and McGill Clinch Final Appearances
Although the Concordia Stingers had lost their four previous games against Université Laval Rouge et Or, the team caused the upset by beating Laval 69-65 at Centre Pierre Charbonneau Thursday night.
Martlets Shutout Stingers in Game One of RSEQ Final
The Concordia Stingers lacked energy and flair against the strong McGill Martlets, who took game one of the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec conference final by a score of 4-0 at McConnell Arena on Thursday night.
Students and Athletes Talk About Their School’s Rivalry
I’d rather be a Redman
than a fucking bumblebee,
I’d rather be a genius
than flip burgers at McD’s,
I’d never wipe my ass
with a Concordia degree,
So fuck you bumblebees!
Former Stinger to Participate in Upcoming National Combine Next Month
Samuel Narkaj is about to head to Regina, Saskatchewan to partake in the most important training camp of his life. In about three weeks, he will be participating in the Canadian Football League National Combine, almost ensuring his spot on a team.