Concordia's Thursday Report

Vol. 29, No.7

December 2, 2004


Renaud an All-Canadian


Concordia football player Mike Renaud, a third-year punter from Ottawa, was named a first team all-Canadian when Canadian Interuniversity Sport released its offensive and special team honor role.

The Political Science student led Quebec in punting with a 40.2 average on 83 punts. The Ottawa native also set a Quebec conference record for yards punting in a season with 3,338. The previous record of 3206 was set in 1998.

Renaud also lines up at wide receiver for Concordia. He caught six passes for 118 yards and one touchdown this season.

Figsby's boys on a roll

The Stingers men's hockey team is battling for first place after winning six of their last seven games in CIS action. Wins over York (5-2) and Guelph (5-1) last weekend mean the Stingers were only a point out of top spot heading into yesterday's game against Trois Rivières.