Hugo Roy and Chase Harwell Score in 4-1 win over UQTR Patriotes
The Stingers looked to be in good shape for their first game since an offseason of heavy change. It was only preseason but there were plenty of encouraging signs for the team’s coaching staff.
Kelly Olynyk Leads the Canadian Roster to 85-77 Victory Over Brazil
With five minutes left in the game, team Canada knew it had gone one step ahead of Brazil on the road to the Inaugural FIBA World Cup in China in 2019.
Team Canada Basketball Senior Team to Face Reigning Brazilieros for First Time
Having each finished with a 5-1 record in the first round, Thursday’s round two qualifying game between Canada and Brazil is a paramount matchup for both the North and South American sides.
Title Race Heats up as Season Comes to a Close
Since the Club soccer Mont-Royal Outremont Griffons’ last loss to Association de soccer de Blainville in late July, they’ve gone undefeated in their last seven games, managing six wins and drawing one, earning a total of 19 points from a possible 21.
Jarryd Taylor Shines Despite the Team’s Weak Start
“We definitely came out with anger behind us […] we just came out ready, how we were supposed to come out,” said receiver James Tyrrell, describing the second half of his team’s home opener.
Team Builds on Last Season’s Momentum in Blowout Over Sherbrooke Vert-et-Or
The Stingers men’s rugby team established themselves as a worthy competitor in Friday night’s home opener against Université de Sherbrooke’s Vert-et-Or.
Concordia Only School With Two Representatives Named to Festival Roster
Concordia’s women’s hockey team all-stars Claudia Dubois and Katherine Purchase are headed to British Columbia next weekend, where they will be taking part in Hockey Canada’s annual Fall Festival, which showcases women’s hockey’s best and brightest as they compete for a spot on Team Canada’s roster.
A Look at the Stingers Teams Heading Into the Season
Concordia’s 2018-2019 teams:
Collinson Makes His Return to Concordia as Head Coach
After just one practice with the team, it had already become clear that Brad Collinson has a clear vision for this program—excellence.
How Coaches and Scouts Build Their Teams
Concordia’s varsity teams played in 127 regular season games last year, not counting preseason competition, playoffs and tournament games.