• Men's Golf — Monday, Apr. 24, 2017

    Bulldogs slip back to seventh in GPAC standings

    On a blustery day at Woodland Hills in Eagle, Neb., the Concordia men's golf team slid back from third to seventh in the GPAC standings. Freshman Tylar Samek remains in the running for an all-conference finish.

  • The Concordia baseball team will play games with conference championship implications during the final week of the regular season. The Bulldogs host Hastings on Tuesday in a battle of top four teams in the conference standings.

  • Baseball — Sunday, Apr. 23, 2017

    Bulldogs rebound, stay in title hunt

    The Concordia baseball team bounced back on Sunday (April 23) with a pair of wins over Briar Cliff at Plum Creek Park. At 14-8 in conference play, the Bulldogs remain in the hunt for a GPAC regular-season title.

  • Softball — Saturday, Apr. 22, 2017

    Win streak halted at eight

    As part of the crucial stretch run, the Concordia softball team split Saturday's home conference doubleheader with visiting Mount Marty. The Bulldogs took the first game, 7-4, behind the hot bat of Leah Kalkwarf.

  • Baseball — Saturday, Apr. 22, 2017

    Briar Cliff hurlers muzzle Bulldog bats

    Bulldog bats were stymied by Briar Cliff in Saturday's GPAC doubleheader. The Chargers took both contests at Plum Creek Park on a day when Concordia honored a group of 15 seniors.

  • Track & Field — Saturday, Apr. 22, 2017

    Bulldogs claim eight titles at Dutcher Memorial

    Concordia track and field athletes combined for 19 automatic national qualifying marks on the weekend and claimed eight event titles at the Jim Dutcher Memorial hosted by Doane.

  • Men's Tennis — Saturday, Apr. 22, 2017

    Concordia takes out pair of NCAA D-III foes

    The Concordia men’s tennis team took a break from conference play and fended off two opponents from the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference of NCAA Division III during Saturday's action in Lincoln.

  • Women's Tennis — Saturday, Apr. 22, 2017

    Bulldogs win third-straight conference outing

    The Concordia women’s tennis team has gone about finishing 2017 in positive fashion. After starting out 0-3 in conference play, the Bulldogs have won three-consecutive GPAC matches.

  • Football — Friday, Apr. 21, 2017

    New era on display in spring showcase

    A few hundred people gathered to take in what amounted to the first public appearance for the football program since Patrick Daberkow was named head coach in December. Despite many new faces, Concordia's D got the better end.

  • Women's Tennis — Friday, Apr. 21, 2017

    Horn, Wagner fuel win at Midland

    The match hinged on Kirsten Wagner at No. 5 singles. She outlasted her opponent, lifting the Bulldogs to their second GPAC victory in a row. Concordia topped Midland, 5-4, on Friday evening.

  • Track & Field — Wednesday, Apr. 19, 2017

    NAIA hammer leader Boellstorff takes GPAC, national awards

    After breaking the school record in the hammer throw yet again, Cody Boellstorff has picked up his second national weekly award of 2017. A senior from Waverly, Neb., Boellstorff is a three-time national champion.

  • Women's Golf — Wednesday, Apr. 19, 2017

    Ahlers collects seventh career GPAC weekly award

    Time is running out on the remarkable collegiate golf career of senior Amy Ahlers, but the honors are still pouring in. Ahlers is a three-time All-GPAC performer, 10-time tournament champion and now a seven-time GPAC player of the week.