With the use of a particularly merciless press and prolific offensive first and third quarters, the second-ranked Bulldogs cruised past Morningside and into Tuesday's GPAC tournament championship game.
The competition season ended on Friday (Feb. 23) for the Concordia cheer and dance squads, which both placed ninth at the NAIA Competitive Cheer & Dance Northwest Qualifier hosted by Morningside.
Kayla Smock highlighted an 8-1 loss to Ottawa with a win at No. 6 singles. The Bulldogs and Braves went head-to-head in a match contested at Genesis Health Club in Lincoln.
In its first action since Feb. 17, the Concordia men's tennis team fell 8-1 while up against Ottawa on Friday (Feb. 23).The lone victory came via Gio De Moraes and Josh Miller at the No. 3 doubles.
Concordia's national qualifying field stands at 17 as the track and field programs look forward to next week's indoor national championship meet. Six Bulldogs were also 2017 indoor national qualifiers.
A dominant force on the court, sophomore Philly Lammers is equally impressive in the classroom. The Omaha native has been named an Academic All-District selection by CoSIDA.
Perennial league powers will collide on Saturday when second-ranked Concordia hosts No. 13 Morningside in a GPAC semifinal matchup. The Bulldogs remain on the hunt for a second-straight conference postseason title.
Sophomores Jake Hornick and Clay Reimers tried to lead Concordia to a shootout win at Northwestern on Wednesday (Feb. 21). Ultimately, the Bulldogs ended their season with a 107-87 loss in the GPAC quarterfinals.
Philly Lammers was the best player on the court on Wednesday (Feb. 21). Her 23 points, 14 rebounds and five steals helped lift the Bulldogs (30-1) to an 80-64 GPAC quarterfinal win over Briar Cliff.
GPAC champions Scott Johnson and Samantha Liermann headline the 36 Bulldogs who officially earned all-conference accolades on Wednesday (Feb. 21). Eight individuals were all-conference in multiple events.
Giovanni Castillo and Jerry Stepps III earned first team All-GPAC recognition while four other members of the Concordia wrestling program also picked up all-conference honors, as announced on Wednesday (Feb. 21).
Every Tuesday the Bulldog Weekly Report details the latest news and notes and honors the Bulldog Athletic Association Athletes of the Week.
Rarely, if ever, has success been set on a tee for Jerry Stepps III to smash out of the ballpark. Rather, it’s been quite the opposite in some cases. It never stopped Jerry from dreaming big or making it big as a senior.
How will the 2018 Bulldog baseball team piggyback off a GPAC championship season in 2017? We're about to find out. Head coach Ryan Dupic's team was picked first in the GPAC preseason coaches' poll.
Due to a multitude of factors, Concordia men’s soccer continues to climb. Summed up by Lehenbauer, the prospect of competing for championships, “over time, became an expectation instead of a hope.”
Coming off a 34-win season (second best in school history), the Bulldogs will have a new-look lineup and pitching staff this season. Head coach Todd LaVelle's squad will be anchored by junior 2B Leah Kalkwarf.
A 1997 Concordia graduate, Gerrod Lambrecht has led a successful professional life that has included 17 years in the health care field and now a unique opportunity at the University of Nebraska.
As of the February National Signing Day, the Concordia University football program has 44 signed or committed recruits on board. The incoming Bulldogs hail from 10 different states. Twelve are from Nebraska.
There were times during the recruiting process that Maria Deeter went back and forth, but she has no regrets as she looks ahead to her senior season. It’s a Bulldog life and Maria is soaking it up.
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