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The day was set. Homecoming 2007 gave Stingers fans young and old the opportunity to witness the enshrinement of former Stinger and two-time all-star Gerald Prud’homme as well as the 1982 Concordia Stingers who 25 years ago captured Concordia’s first Ontario-Quebec Intercollegiate Football Conference Championship Over 3,500 fans packed the bleachers at Loyola Field to see the Concordia Stingers beat division-rival the Universit

The day was set. Homecoming 2007 gave Stingers fans young and old the opportunity to witness the enshrinement of former Stinger and two-time all-star Gerald Prud’homme as well as the 1982 Concordia Stingers who 25 years ago captured Concordia’s first Ontario-Quebec Intercollegiate Football Conference Championship
Over 3,500 fans packed the bleachers at Loyola Field to see the Concordia Stingers beat division-rival the Universit

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