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Well, how things have changed. One week after saying that the Concordia Stingers football team had all the home field advantage they need against the other members of the “Big Three” in the Quebec conference, it seems that there isn’t a “Big Three” at all.

Well, how things have changed. One week after saying that the Concordia Stingers football team had all the home field advantage they need against the other members of the “Big Three” in the Quebec conference, it seems that there isn’t a “Big Three” at all. The Universit

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3.5 million Contributions to charities from the Cup 8 Number of volunteers to pick up and clean every practice ball hit during the tournament 35,000 Number of fans on site to watch the Weir -Woods match 200 Countries watching on TV 250 million Fans watching it on TV 1,075 Volunteers for the week 70 Shoot that and you'll make even par on the Blue course.

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The Concordia Stingers women's hockey team exorcised their demons with a 4-2 win over the Ottawa Gee-Gees Sunday, which clinched them first place in the QSSF. The Stingers hadn't beat the Gee-Gees since Jan. 10, 2004. In the QSSF Championship they were swept in two games by Ottawa, lost one other game this year, and tied the next three.