Jorge Sanchez has put his players first since 2002 (The Concordian) Veteran head coach, in his 16th season, emphasizes work ethic, responsibility and having fun When The Concordian approached women’s soccer head coach Jorge Sanchez about doing an interview for a profile of him, he was hesitant. “It’s not about me,” Sanchez said. “It’s about the players.” Full story here   Main photo by Matthew Coyte

How to diagnose concussions earlier (The Concordian)

Emerging technology aims to prevent athletes returning to the field too soon “On average, there are eight concussions per team per year,” according to Dr. Alain Ptito,  a professor of neurology and neurosurgery at McGill University. Those eight concussions per team refer to both the McGill varsity football and hockey teams. He has worked with... Continue Reading →

Jean-Guy Rimpel is simply trying to be the best (The Concordian)   Concordia Stingers running back has his mind set on just winning a championship Jean-Guy Rimpel is not a running back many defensive players enjoy facing one-on-one. He bolts past, and often through, linemen, linebackers and defensive backs with ease. Oftentimes, he can only be stopped when he is tripped up or when multiple players... Continue Reading →

A one-game-at-a-time mentality for the Stingers (The Concordian) Head coach Mickey Donovan doesn’t want players looking too far ahead into the season After finishing third in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) conference with a 4-4 record last year, the Concordia Stingers football team is looking to make the jump to the next level. However, the team isn’t looking too... Continue Reading →

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