The Concordia women's soccer program has a way of rising to the occasion in big moments against conference teams. The Bulldogs did it again on Wednesday (Oct. 18), upsetting No. 18 Midland on the road.
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.
For the first-place Bulldogs to be the best, they truly will have to beat the best. This week’s action begins with a pivotal matchup at No. 18 Midland on Wednesday. Concordia (6-0-1) is unbeaten in conference play.
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.
Both D'Mauria Martin and Ryan Durdon picked up weekly honors on Monday (Oct. 16), two days after big individual performances helped Concordia to a win over Midland. Martin has been named a national player of the week.
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.
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.
The roster dynamics have changed for the Concordia baseball team. Head coach Ryan Dupic's program entered the fall with a wealth of pitchers who came of age in 2017 and appear prepared for even better in 2018.
In the community and on the diamond, the 2017-18 Concordia softball team is working to uphold a winning culture. The results so far this fall have been promising for a youthful squad led by captain Leah Kalkwarf.
Lewis Rathbone is a soaking up a senior year that is off to a rip roaring start. The Manchester, England, native is one of the nation's leading goal scorers for one of the nation's last remaining unbeaten teams.
Months after capturing the program's first conference championship in 31 years, the Concordia baseball team is hardly resting on its laurels. The program is employing new technologies in an effort to remain at the top.
A native of Denver, Colo., Annie Horn has brought a big city game to Concordia. The standout senior is coming off a junior season that saw her win 15 singles matches and go undefeated against GPAC opponents.