After Disastrous Start, Young Stingers Squad Adapt to Life in U Sports
The adjustment from CEGEP soccer into the university level can always be a challenging one. It’s a faster, more physical, and all-around more intense game that involves inevitable growing pains.
The Stingers’ First Two Games Got Them Their First Points but Still Raise Concerns
When a club finishes in last place in virtually every single team statistic, a simple rebuild of the squad just won’t do. A large scale overhaul that encompasses more than just the players put on a roster needs to take effect. With all the doubts surrounding head coach Greg Sutton, he’s done just that.
How Pro Deals Are Becoming More and More Realistic for U Sports Hockey Players
Since graduating from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League at the end of the 2016-2017 season, Neill—a former NHL draft pick by the Vancouver Canucks—has been committed to U Sports hockey.
With a First full Offseason Under Collinson’s Belt, the 2019-2020 Stingers Football Team Has a New Attitude and New Faces
After a busy offseason, the Stingers are back and ready to show off both a brand new rookie class and lots of new coaches
Concordia Stingers Women’s Rugby Team Excels in Home Opener
Sunlight inundated Concordia Stadium and fans huddled in the shade cast by the stadium’s media booth before the 2019 Concordia Stingers women’s rugby home opener.
Overconfidence, Injuries, and Dangerous Mindset Sink Stingers
After fighting tooth and nail last week to come within one score of an even game against the top tier Université de Montréal Carabins, the Stingers went into McGill with some confidence.
Rookie Sami Jahan Shines in the Fourth Quarter Despite Tough Loss
Coming off a strong victory against the Bermuda National Team on August 13, the Stingers played their fourth game of the preseason against another international opponent, the NCAA University of Albany Great Danes this past Wednesday.
The Stingers Look Like a Different Team To Start the Year Despite Loss
Brad Collinson knew exactly what the expectations were.
Controversy Took Over as 10-Man Griffons Give Up First Place With Two Games Left in the Season.
In a potentially title-deciding match, Blainville and Mont-Royal-Outremont delivered another classic that did not fail to disappoint.
Marc-André Élement Will Coach the University Stars in the September 10 Matchup
U Sports will get the chance to shine Sept. 10 in Brossard as 21 of their finest Quebec-based players take on some of the top prospects of the Montreal Canadiens, the oldest and most decorated team in the NHL.