McGill Redmen 10 Concordia Stingers 36 The fervorous crowds and cheerleaders at Molson Stadium for the Oct. 14 homecoming football game couldn’t help the McGill Redmen (1-5) overcome the Concordia Stingers (3-3). As the clouds eclipsed the only sunlight early in the second quarter, […]
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Winning isn’t easy, but the McGill Martlet basketball program sure makes it look that way. Capping off a fantastic season in which they only lost one game in the RSEQ competition, the Martlets captured their fifth consecutive RSEQ Championship. For Martlets Head Coach Ryan Thorne, this win was different than […]
‘Relentless’ is a word that summarizes the McGill Redmen Hockey team’s (21-6-1) dominant 9-2 victory over crosstown rival Concordia (10-12-6) at McConnell Arena on Wednesday. From the puck drop to the final buzzer, the Redmen played a physical, skillful, and disciplined style to capture a 1-0 series lead in the […]
Redmen Hockey The Redmen (21-6-1) endured a 4-2 upset defeat against the Stingers (10-12-6) last Friday at Ed Meagher Arena. The defeat ended McGill’s five-game run of victories over Concordia, and provided a preview to their three game OUA East playoff quarter-finals series next Wednesday. Concordia outplayed the Redmen for […]
McGill Redmen 41 Concordia Stingers 43 I t was almost so perfect. Instead, McGill (3-4-0) endured a gut-wrenching 43-41 loss against Concordia (4-3-0) on the final play of the Homecoming Game last Saturday at Molson Stadium. Redmen quarterback Nicolas English drove down the field on the McGill’s final offensive possession, […]
McGill Redmen 23 Concordia Stingers 0 It felt like summer never happened for the Redmen lacrosse team. McGill (2-0) picked up right where they left off […]
McGill Redmen 2 Concordia Stingers 1 The McGill Redmen (21-5-0) advanced to the second round of the OUA men’s hockey playoffs on Sunday night after defeating the Concordia Stingers (8-17-1) 6-3 at McConnell Arena. After dropping the first […]
With one second left on the shot clock, Carolann Cloutier let it fly from beyond the arc and drained a three to widen an early lead for McGill.
Despite going punch for punch with the Redmen (2-1) through two hard-fought quarters, the final score read 69-38 in an embarrassing road loss for the Concordia Stingers (2-1).
The Redmen (2-1-2) were clearly frustrated at the final whistle of Friday’s game against Concordia (3-1-1).