• Athletic Announcements — Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018

    Bulldog Weekly Report (Feb. 20)

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

  • Women's Basketball — Monday, Feb. 19, 2018

    GPAC's top seed readies for postseason run

    After claiming the program's fifth GPAC regular-season title, the second-ranked Bulldogs now take aim at a fifth GPAC tournament championship. Concordia hosts Briar Cliff on Wednesday (Feb. 21).

  • Softball — Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018

    Concordia drops two at Kansas Wesleyan

    After building a 5-1 lead in the first game of Sunday’s (Feb. 18) doubleheader at Kansas Wesleyan University, the Concordia University softball team faltered the rest of the day while being swept by the host Coyotes.

  • Track & Field — Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018

    Johnson, Liermann collect conference titles

    Scott Johnson and Samantha Liermann emerged from the weekend as individual GPAC champions. Their efforts helped the Bulldogs to top-five team finishes at the conference indoor meet.

  • Wrestling — Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018

    Castillo, Chery claim GPAC titles

    Giovanni Castillo and Deandre Chery became the latest Bulldogs to produce individual GPAC titles. The winning duo helped Concordia place fourth among the nine GPAC teams that competed at Saturday's event.

  • Men's Tennis — Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018

    Bulldogs blank Knox, fall to Central

    While competing in Pella, Iowa, on Saturday (Feb. 17), the Concordia men's tennis team defeated Knox College, 9-0, and then dropped an 8-1 final at the hands of host Central College. The Bulldogs are 3-2 overall.

  • Softball — Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018

    Kalkwarf starts hot, Bulldogs split at Tabor

    Leah Kalkwarf drilled five hits as part of a season-opening doubleheader split at Tabor College on Saturday (Feb. 17). The Bulldogs are fresh off a 34-14 season in 2017 under head coach Todd LaVelle.

  • Men's Basketball — Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018

    Struggles from 3-point arc doom Bulldogs

    A stark contrast in 3-point shooting success helped carry 17th-ranked Dakota Wesleyan to an 80-53 win at Concordia on Saturday afternoon (Feb. 17). Clay Reimers posted a double-double for the Bulldogs.

  • Women's Tennis — Friday, Feb. 16, 2018

    Wurm wins two in team loss to Baker

    Katelinn Wurm provided the highlights for Concordia women's tennis by emerging victorious in both No. 3 singles and doubles. As a team, the Bulldogs endured a 7-2 loss at the hands of Baker.