Daryl Ashenden Loves Every Minute of His Life as an Equipment Manager
On Nov. 9, the Stingers men’s hockey team prepared for another game against their crosstown rivals as they visited McGill’s McConnell Arena. What was supposed to be an intense and riveting game turned into a needlessly violent affair with more penalty minutes than total time played. What most onlookers didn’t notice was the absolute chaos that was unfolding behind the scenes.
After a Tough Loss to McGill, Stingers End Weekend on Positive Note
The Stingers proudly bounced back from their 5-1 defeat against McGill on Saturday, thrashing Carleton University 6-0 Sunday afternoon.
Goals by Hudon Give Men’s Hockey Win Over Top OUA team
The Stingers just wrapped up what may have been their toughest weekend of the season. They played McGill on the road, then hosted the OUA East leading Ottawa Gee Gee’s, who had lost only three games all season heading into the weekend, only one of which was in regulation.
Lack Of Opportunism Costs The Stingers in First Game Back From Holiday Break
Saturday’s game against the McGill Martlets marked the Stingers women’s hockey team’s first RSEQ regular season game since the end of the holiday break.
Comeback Win Sealed by Dylan McCrory Overtime Goal
With eight new players joining the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team over the holiday break, the team had to be expecting an impact.
Stingers’ First Win Since Holidays Has Women’s Basketball Team Excited for the Season Ahead
The crowd cheers and screams. The ball goes back and forth from the imprecise hands of the players, always hitting the board but never finding the net. There is no time, the Stingers steal the rebound and the point is in. Coming back, the Gaiters lay out their play but the crowd is already chanting: “Five, four, three, two, one!” It was a long second quarter for the Bishop’s Gaiters.
Ranked Ninth in the Country, Stingers Men’s Basketball Close Out Gaiters in Annual Shoot for the Cure Game
It would surprise some to hear that a team with the Stingers’ record could be shaken by a team they defeated by double digits before the Christmas break, but that’s what happened in Thursday night’s Shoot for the Cure game, where both teams came together in support of breast cancer awareness.
Stingers Hoping Level of Internal Competition Elevates Team
The winter semester is bringing in new faces to the Stingers men’s hockey team. With eight players joining the team, either due to an injury in the first half of the season or new recruiting, the lineup looks to be altered in every position.
How a Lack of Options Brought European Athletes to Concordia
“Hockey where I lived i s really not big at all. I really wanted to play at a normal level and back home I had to play with guys, and I really wanted to play with girls again,” said Bieke van Nes, one of Concordia’s newest women’s hockey players and one of only two players from outside of Canada on the team.
How Injuries Can Affect an Athlete’s Mental State
Injuries in sports are anything but surprising. From the the amateur level to professional leagues, whenever there is physicality, incidents are inevitable, whether minor or major.
Concordia Falls to Orange as Opponents Claim Top Spot
The St. Francis Xavier X-Women, Nipissing Lakers, and Syracuse Orange gathered alongside the Stingers at Ed Meagher Arena over the last weekend of December to take part in Concordia’s 51st annual Theresa Humes Women’s Hockey Invitational.