• Athletic Announcements — Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017

    Bulldog Weekly Report (Oct. 17)

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

  • Men's Soccer — Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017

    Stretch run filled with meaningful games

    Concordia has positioned itself nicely heading into the final three games of the regular season. Currently tied for second place in the GPAC, the Bulldogs have a prime opportunity to earn another GPAC tournament home appearance.

  • Women's Soccer — Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017

    Game-winning goals net Birmingham GPAC honor

    After contributing two game-winning goals last week to help Concordia remain undefeated in conference play, Sami Birmingham has been named GPAC offensive player of the week for the second time in her career.

  • Volleyball — Monday, Oct. 16, 2017

    Home stand begins with pink out match on Wednesday

    With five of its final six regular-season matches set to take place inside Walz Arena, the Bulldogs will have its opportunity to make a postseason push without leaving home. Next up is Wednesday's match versus CSM.

  • Ryan Durdon bulldozed his way to a school record 266 rushing yards and four touchdowns in a 44-14 blowout of Midland on Saturday (Oct. 14). Defensive back D'Mauria Martin contributed a trio of picks.

  • Men's Soccer — Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017

    Concordia keeps pace near top of GPAC standings

    A special season continues for the Concordia men's soccer program. The Bulldogs (12-1-1 overall) equaled a school single-season wins record by blanking Morningside, 3-0, on Saturday (Oct. 14) night in Seward.

  • Volleyball — Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017

    Concordia falls at No. 3 Northwestern

    GPAC title contender Northwestern hit .363 while taking care of Concordia in straight sets on Saturday (Oct. 14) afternoon. Sophomore Jenna Eller topped the Bulldogs with eight digs.

  • Trap & Skeet — Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017

    Cradick tops Bulldogs at own Concordia Invitational

    While hosting its own invitational, Concordia placed sixth out of eight teams in an event held Oak Creek Sporting Club in Brainard, Neb. Ethan Cradick finished 21st high overall with the team's top score.