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Look up, look way up!
Look at the top of the QIFC and you will see something that was thought
impossible last year. The Concordia Stingers are in first place in the
conference, a far cry from where they finished last year.
Last weekend’s win, combined with McGill’s upset over Laval allowed the Stingers to move into sole possession of top spot with a 3-1 record.
QB Jon Kronemeyer threw another three touchdown passes and looks to be rebounding nicely from a forgettable campaign last year.
Rob McCallum, the Stingers freshman kicker, is impressing a lot of people since his arrival here. In last weekend’s game, he made four field goals, accounting for 12 of the teams 34 points.
Gerry McGrath has his team working on all cylinders. Despite a setback against Laval two weeks ago, the Stingers are still a much improved team over last years squad and should make a good run at the conference title, if not the Vanier Cup.
Cheers!
While out at one of my favourite watering holes with my friends this past
Saturday, I came across a quite peculiar site. As I stood there drinking my beer, I looked up and saw three very oddly dressed girls dancing on the stage.
Now by odd I mean dressed in shower caps, garbage bags and balloons in bras, not to mention having their faces painted.
I really thought nothing of it, until one of my friends came up to me and
pointed out that the girls were the rookies from the women’s basketball team.
Now I’ve heard of some weird initiation pranks, but I have to admit, this one gave me quite a chuckle.
So without further ado, I want to welcome the rookies to the team and the university. Oh and in case you’re wondering, they are Maria-Jos

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