• Track & Field — Thursday, May. 5, 2016

    Second-ranked Bulldogs gear up for conference meet

    The Concordia men’s and women’s track and field teams, both ranked second nationally, will compete in the GPAC meet this weekend in Hastings, Neb. The two-day event will take place May 6-7.

  • Softball — Wednesday, May. 4, 2016

    Bulldogs remain in hunt at GPAC tournament

    After dropping its opening game at the GPAC tournament, Concordia staved off elimination with a 3-1 victory over Midland. The Bulldogs will return to action on Thursday.

  • Track & Field — Wednesday, May. 4, 2016

    Liermann grabs GPAC weekly honors

    The GPAC office has announced this week’s Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Women’s Outdoor Field Athlete of the Week as Concordia’s Samantha Liermann.

  • Women's Basketball — Wednesday, May. 4, 2016

    Wragge, Janovich top OWH All-Nebraska selections

    Quinn Wragge (first team) and Mary Janovich (second team) collected NAIA All-Nebraska honors from the Omaha World-Herald. Wragge was also a first team all-GPAC choice.

  • Men's Basketball — Wednesday, May. 4, 2016

    Folkerts, three others named OWH All-Nebraska

    A total of four Concordia men's basketball players received 2015-16 NAIA All-Nebraska team recognition from the Omaha World-Herald. Folkerts garnered second team honors.

  • Athletic Announcements — Tuesday, May. 3, 2016

    Bulldog Weekly Report (May 3)

    Every Tuesday the Bulldog Weekly Report details the latest news and notes and honors the Bulldog Booster Club Athletes of the Week.

  • Men's Tennis — Tuesday, May. 3, 2016

    Bulldogs face Midland in GPAC quarterfinals

    The Concordia men’s tennis team received the fifth seed in the GPAC Tournament. The Bulldogs will face fourth seed Midland University on Friday in Fremont, Neb.

  • Women's Tennis — Tuesday, May. 3, 2016

    Women's tennis readies for GPAC tournament

    The GPAC has announced the conference tournament bracket for women’s tennis. Concordia received the four seed and will be paired up with fifth seed Hastings College to begin the two-day tournament.