• Men's Basketball — Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017

    Hornick, Dawgs sink Midland with 15 treys

    Jake Hornick nearly came up with a triple-double (20 points, nine assists, eight rebounds) while spurring the Bulldogs (5-1) to a GPAC-opening win over Midland on Wednesday (Nov. 15).

  • Women's Basketball — Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017

    GPAC opener brings another blowout victory

    Five different Bulldogs reached double figures in scoring, leading the way to a comfortable 85-63 win over Midland in the GPAC opener on Wednesday (Nov. 15). Brenleigh Daum topped Concordia with 17 points.

  • Cross Country — Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017

    Deschaine looks to finish strong at national championships

    An All-GPAC honoree for the third year in a row, senior Emily Deschaine is set to make her third-straight trip to the NAIA cross country national championships. Deschaine placed sixth at the 2017 GPAC championships.

  • Athletic Announcements — Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017

    Bulldog Weekly Report (Nov. 14)

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

  • A total of 15 Bulldogs from head coach Patrick Daberkow's squad picked up All-GPAC accolades on Tuesday (Nov. 14). That total included eight players that were named to either the first or second team.

  • Men's Basketball — Monday, Nov. 13, 2017

    Conference play arrives for 4-1 Bulldogs

    After winning four of its first five nonconference games, Concordia is set to open up GPAC play at home when Midland visits Walz on Wednesday. The Bulldogs will also travel to No. 10 Dakota Wesleyan on Saturday.

  • Women's Soccer — Monday, Nov. 13, 2017

    Carley, Henson highlight All-GPAC teams with major honors

    Lindsey Carley (GPAC Defensive Player of the Year) and Greg Henson (GPAC Coach of the Year) picked up major accolades on Monday (Nov. 13). Carley was one of three Bulldogs named to the GPAC's first team.

  • Men's Soccer — Monday, Nov. 13, 2017

    Bulldogs land six on GPAC first/second teams

    Eight members of the Concordia men's soccer team collected some form of All-GPAC accolades on Monday (Nov. 10). The list includes first teamers Florian Caraballo, Marcelo Hernandez and Micah Lehenbauer.

  • Women's Basketball — Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017

    Bulldogs bury Mayville State in 3-point flurry

    Third-ranked Concordia never gave Mayville State a chance. The Bulldogs ran away from the Comets by drilling 16 3-point field goals in a 93-58 road victory on Saturday (Nov. 11). Concordia is unbeaten at 4-0.