A two-time academic All-America selection, senior Hallick Lehmann has been named an all-district choice for the third year in a row. Lehmann served as the team's starting right tackle for most of 2017.
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.
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.
After two victories up in North Dakota, third-ranked Concordia returns home this week to host Midland for Wednesday's GPAC opener. The Bulldogs will also travel to play No. 8 Dakota Wesleyan on Saturday.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Five grapplers turned in place finishes at the Grand View University Open on Saturday (Nov. 11) in what was the second outing of the season for the 16th-ranked Bulldogs. Cameron Devers is 7-1 this season.
Kirk Kaliszewski and two other national qualifiers return for a wrestling program looking to continue a run of GPAC dominance and national prominence. The Bulldogs will have a different look with 18 newcomers.
For the third time over the past four seasons, the Concordia women's soccer program has celebrated a GPAC championship. The Bulldogs upended No. 20 Hastings on Wednesday (Oct. 25) to clinch the title outright.
Already owners of school records for overall wins and conference wins in a single season, the 2017 Bulldogs want more. An upset of No. 8 Hastings on Wednesday would give them at least a share of the GPAC regular-season title.