• Tuesday, Apr. 24, 2018

    Bulldog Weekly Report (April 24)

    Every Tuesday the Bulldog Weekly Report details the Bulldog Athletic Association Athletes of the Week and provides the latest news and notes on Concordia athletics.

  • A red-hot week at the plate allowed junior Thomas Sautel to rake in GPAC player of the week accolades. He's the fourth Bulldog to earn a weekly award from the conference this season.

  • The regular season will wind down with three more home doubleheaders for the Concordia baseball team, which has hopes of rising up the GPAC standings. The seniors will be honored on Saturday.

  • Sunday, Apr. 22, 2018

    Walk-off Sunday

    In a wild Sunday at Plum Creek Park, the Bulldogs (22-17, 10-10 GPAC) celebrated two walk-off wins over Doane. Concordia rallied from a 5-0 deficit in game one and ended up taking three of four in the weekend series.

  • Saturday, Apr. 21, 2018

    Meza spurs game one win at Doane

    Christian Meza went 4-for-4 in leading a game one victory over Doane in Saturday's (April 21) doubleheader in Crete. The Bulldogs (20-17, 8-10 GPAC) and Tigers will complete a four-game series on Sunday.

  • The Bulldog bats delivered 23 runs on 25 hits, including six home runs in a doubleheader split at Briar Cliff on Friday (April 20). Concordia won a lopsided first game with the help of pitcher Neil Ryan.

  • A doubleheader scheduled to take place on Wednesday (April 18) between Concordia and Briar Cliff has been postponed. The two sides have agreed on a Friday (April 20) makeup date with first pitch at 1 p.m. in Sioux City.

  • Thomas Sautel was nearly perfect (8-for-9) at the plate in a doubleheader split with Dordt at Plum Creek Park on Tuesday (April 17). The Bulldogs exploded for 12 runs on 16 hits in the game one win.

  • Twelve of the Concordia baseball team's final 14 games are now slated to take place at Plum Creek Park in Seward. The Bulldogs hope a little home cooking will help them make a push back up the GPAC standings.