Concordia and Max Country radio have reached year three of their partnership that continues to put Bulldog athletic contests on the airwaves. The Bulldog Coaches Show will also continue in 2017-18.
The 2016-17 Concordia women's basketball team is the only squad in collegiate women’s basketball, at any level, to finish in the top five nationally both on the court and in the classroom.
Nineteen varsity Concordia athletic programs raked in NAIA Scholar-Team accolades, as announced by the NAIA on July 18. The Bulldogs ranked second nationally for total number of Scholar Teams.
A group of four incoming Bulldogs are getting set to play in Nebraska Coaches Association all-star games in Lincoln next week. Concordia will have a representative in each of the four annual NCA all-star contests.
Based upon a vote by athletic department staff members, Amy Ahlers and Kali Robb have been named 2016-17 Concordia co-Senior Female Athletes of the Year while Folkerts has been chosen as the 2016-17 Concordia Senior Male Athlete of the Year.
Concordia University has announced its Athletic Hall of Fame class of 2017, which includes four individuals and one team. The class will officially join the Hall of Fame during homecoming week on campus.
Essential members of the 2015 national championship team, Cody Boellstorff and Zach Lurz have been named State College Male Co-Athletes of the Year by the Lincoln Journal Star. They own a combined 25 All-America awards.
Casey Berg, Jason Galeano and Jason Munsch highlighted the All-Nebraska selections in regards to the Concordia baseball program, which captured the GPAC title and advanced to the national tournament in 2017.
Which moments were the greatest in the history of Concordia women's basketball? We've got some ideas. Relive some of those moments in our third installment of the 'top five' series.
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