• Track & Field — Monday, May. 21, 2018

    Meet preview: Bulldogs to make return to Alabama

    Outdoor national championship week is upon qualifying members of the Concordia track and field teams. Twenty-six Bulldogs have departed for Gulf Shores, Ala., site of the 2018 meet.

  • Track & Field — Friday, May. 18, 2018

    Twenty-six Bulldogs bound for Gulf Shores

    The Concordia track and field programs have announced a national qualifying field of 26 athletes. They will depart on Monday with Gulf Shores, Ala., being the final destination for a championship meet set to start May 24.

  • Men's Tennis — Friday, May. 18, 2018

    Works tabbed NAIA Scholar-Athlete

    Junior Conner Works has earned NAIA Scholar-Athlete recognition following his first season as a member of the tennis program. Works is majoring in history.

  • Women's Tennis — Friday, May. 18, 2018

    Horn collects Scholar-Athlete honor

    An All-GPAC honoree all four years on the tennis court, senior Annie Horn has been named an NAIA Scholar-Athlete for the second time in her career. Horn graduated from Concordia with a degree in marketing.

  • In the same week that Nick Little earned the GPAC Pitcher of the Year award, he was also named to the Academic All-District® Baseball Team, as selected by CoSIDA. The announcement was made Thursday (May 10).

  • Men's Golf — Friday, May. 11, 2018

    Zikas earns All-GPAC honors for third-straight year

    Nolan Zikas is now 3-for-3 in regards to earning all-conference accolades. He placed 16th in the GPAC this season and broke the program record for lowest scoring average in a single season.

  • Women's Golf — Friday, May. 11, 2018

    Sears named All-GPAC for second year in a row

    Sophomore Murphy Sears is an all-conference honoree for the second year in a row courtesy of her eighth-place GPAC championships finish. The Crete native led the Bulldogs with an 83.36 scoring average in 2017-18.