While putting on their first home meet of the 2018 indoor season, the Concordia University track and field squads turned in 11 event titles and three fresh automatic national qualifying marks on Friday (Jan. 19).
Champions of the 2017 GPAC regular season, the Concordia baseball team has been picked by league coaches to repeat. Head coach Ryan Dupic's program is fresh off a program record 34 wins in 2017.
Coming off a 34-14 season in 2017, the Bulldogs have landed at No. 2 in the 2018 GPAC Softball Preseason Coaches’ Poll. Head coach Todd LaVelle's squad also received votes in the NAIA national poll.
The Bulldogs busted out of their shooting slump by blowing out Haskell Indian Nations, 91-65, on Wednesday evening (Jan. 17). Tanner Shuck led the way for Concordia (13-6) with a game high 26 points.
Quinn Wragge made sure top-ranked Concordia got going early while her teammates helped make it a runaway in the third quarter in Omaha on Wednesday (Jan. 17). The Bulldogs defeated CSM, 86-57.
The home opening Polar Dog Dual is coming up Friday (Jan. 19) inside the Walz Fieldhouse. Concordia will be joined by Friends, MidAmerica Nazarene and Sterling at the meet.
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Head coach Greg Henson and the women's soccer program have announced nine student-athletes set to become team members this fall. The future Bulldogs, all current high school seniors, represent seven different states.
No. 1-ranked Concordia is on the cusp of reaching the 20-win mark for the seventh season in a row. The Bulldogs continue the GPAC grind this week with a trip to CSM and then a visit from Dordt.
Hoping to shake off a three-game skid, the Bulldogs will break from conference play and play at Haskell Indian Nations on Wednesday before returning home to host Dordt on Saturday.
Junior Samantha Liermann took first place in the shot put competition while turning in two automatic national qualifying marks at the Nisely Classic on Saturday (Jan. 13). It was the season debut for the Bulldogs.
A 26-6 run to open up the game allowed top-ranked Concordia to cruise to victory at Mount Marty on Saturday (Jan. 13). Behind 21 points from Philly Lammers, the Bulldogs improved to 19-0 overall.
On Jan. 10, Drew Olson collected his 300th win as head coach for the Concordia women's basketball program. In the minds of so many, Coach Olson means a whole lot more to them than any victory ever could.
The 2018 Concordia track and field roster has a different look with the loss of an accomplished senior class and the arrival of the program's largest ever recruiting class. Expectations remain high.
We recall the top headlines from 2017 in a sport-by-sport breakdown of the year gone by. We also take a quick look ahead while teasing what is to come in 2018.
A returning national champion in the shot put, Samantha Liermann is one of the few holdovers from the past two years that saw Concordia throwers blow all reasonable expectations out of the water. She's back for more.
A native of Hickman, Neb., Ben Boldt is returning home to become head volleyball coach at Concordia. His wife Angie has also been named an assistant coach on the staff. Ben and Angie previously coached at Hendrix College.
Ceron Francisco will go down as an all-time great Bulldog for the way he has handled himself on and off the mat. A national runner up back in March, Ceron is headed to Charlottesville to join the Cavalier Wrestling Club.
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