Concordia Invitational Tournament

CIT winners

Concordia University, Wisconsin will host the 67th annual Concordia Invitational Tournament (CIT) Jan. 26-27. The tournament features, in addition to the Bulldogs, the Concordias of Ann Arbor, Mequon, and Chicago competing in both men's and women's basketball. CIT is one of the longest running tournaments in the country, and it is a highlight of the athletic year among the participating Concordias.

All games for the 67th annual Concordia Invitational Tournament will be played at the R. John Buuck Field House on the Concordia University, Wisconsin campus. Join Concordia University's President Friedrich, alumni and friends in Mequon, Wisconsin for a weekend of fun and fellowship.

Friday, Jan. 26 (all times Central)

  • 1 p.m. - Nebraska vs. Ann Arbor (women)
  • 3 p.m. - Nebraska vs. Ann Arbor (men)
  • 6 p.m. - Wisconsin vs. Chicago (women)
  • 8 p.m. - Wisconsin vs. Chicago (men)

Saturday, Jan. 27

  • Noon  - Women's consolation game
  • 2 p.m. - Men's consolation game
  • 5 p.m. - Women's championship game
  • 7 p.m. - Men's championship game
  • Trophy presentation and all-Concordia devotions following last game

Bulldogs own 54 combined CIT titles

The Bulldogs have ruled CIT during the first 65 years of the event's history. The men's CIT dates back to 1951 with the women added to the tournament in 1973. During that time, Concordia-Nebraska leads the field with 27 men's CIT titles and 27 women's championships. Last season the Bulldog men and women were both victorious at home in their respective championship games. Chandler Folkerts and Quinn Wragge represented CUNE as tournament MVPs. Folkerts and Wragge were also the 2016 MVPs.

Tickets & Tournament Passes


All games are scheduled for webcast by Concordia-Wisconsin.

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Concordia Alumni Social

Join us all Concordia Alumni, Friends and Fans for a social on Saturday, Jan 28th 3:00-5:30pm at Bottle Rocket Brewing Company for complimentary appetizers and cash bar before championship games! No RSVP needed.

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