The men’s and women’s Concordia Stingers indoor soccer teams wrapped up their season last weekend in the Quebec University Indoor Soccer League’s championship at McGill’s Tomlinson Fieldhouse.
The men’s team lost to the Carabins de l’Universite de Montreal 2-1 in overtime. Johan LeGoff scored the goal. It was a tight matchup that featured two undefeated teams: Montreal was 7-0-3 while Concordia was 6-0-4.
William Tjeega opened the scoring for the Carabins in the 15th minute of play, but Mathew Bleeker evened the score five minutes into the second half. Chris Huggins, of Concordia, and Tjeega each received a yellow card.
In the Concordia men’s semifinal, the Stingers defeated Carleton 10-9 on penalty kicks to win 1-0. Jonathan Provost scored the winning goal, and Steve McCauley earned the shutout in nets. The losing goalkeeper for Carleton was Arjo Izneerod.
Stinger’s player Ammar Badawieh was named team MVP and McCauley was named a first team all-star.
The women’s indoor soccer team finished the season with a 2-6-1 record.
FINAL STANDINGS (men)
1 – Montreal
2 – Concordia
3 – Carleton
4 – UQTR
5 – Laval
6 – Sherbrooke
7 – McGill
8 – UQAM
9 – ETS
10 – UQAR
11 – CMR