Thunder Hands Montreal Its First Home Loss Of The Year
For the second straight game, Les Canadiennes found themselves in overtime against the Brampton Thunder. However, unlike yesterday, it was the Thunder who came out on top by the score of 3-2 Sunday afternoon at Etienne-Desmarteau Arena.
Concordia Thrashed Royal Military College 7-1 at Ed Meagher Arena
It’s not often a player gets to score multiple goals in a single game, let alone four. Yet, that’s what Stingers captain Olivier Hinse did Saturday night to help lead his team to a 7-1 thumping against Royal Military College.
Caroline Ouellette Scores Two Unanswered Goals in Comeback Victory
Caroline Ouellette scored the game-winning goal in overtime, propelling Les Canadiennes to a 4-3 victory over the Brampton Thunder Saturday night at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard.
Redmen Dominate Concordia on Home Court
Rastko Popovic’s team never managed to grab the lead in their 95-56 loss to the McGill Redmen, at Love Competition Hall.
Stingers Blow lead and Come Up Short Against McGill
Head coach Tenicha Gittens didn’t mince words in her post-game interview after her team lost 59-49 to their cross-town rivals the McGill Martlets at the Love Competition Hall Thursday evening.
Silver Medalist Talks About Rio 2016 and Moving Forward
Sports can define a person’s life and change its course entirely. Just ask 18-year-old Paralympic swimmer Tess Routliffe.
Stingers Slotback Honoured After Difficult Three Years With Vanier Cheetahs
Success didn’t always come easy for current Stingers slotback Vincent Alessandrini.
Concordia Held 3-0 Lead Going Into Third Period
It just wasn’t meant to be for the U Sports nationally ranked University of Ontario’s Institute of Technology men’s hockey team last night.
Manitoba Soccer’s Appointment Links to Local Coaches Taking Their Talents Elsewhere
On Nov. 1, Mike Vitulano, who served as assistant technical director at the Quebec Soccer Federation, was officially appointed as technical director of the Manitoba Soccer Association.
Former Montreal Impact Star Reflects on His Past
Lloyd Barker had small dreams as a child. Growing up in Harbour View, a community in Kingston, Jamaica, Barker lived around 200 metres from the city’s main soccer pitch.