• Friday, Dec. 15, 2017

    Kooima burns Dawgs in shootout

    Concordia put together a sterling offensive performance in Orange City, Iowa, on Friday evening (Dec. 15). It just wasn't enough to overcome Colton Kooima's 51 points. Concordia fell, 111-103, at Northwestern.

  • This is proving ground for the Bulldogs, who enter Friday's GPAC road contest in a three-way tie for first place in the conference standings. Concordia will be at 11th-ranked Northwestern in this week's action.

  • All five starters reached double figures in scoring while a total team effort helped the Concordia men's basketball program improve to 4-1 in league play for the first time since the 2008-09 season.

  • Off to its first 3-1 start in GPAC play in six years, Concordia (8-2) returns to Walz Arena on Wednesday to host Hastings. The Bulldogs are fresh off an 85-80 win at Dordt.

  • Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017

    Sloup money in comeback win

    Brevin Sloup made winning plays in crunch time and helped Concordia rally back from a deficit that grew as large as 15 points. The Bulldogs moved to 8-2 with an 85-80 win at Dordt on Saturday (Dec. 2).

  • Idle since its Thanksgiving weekend trip to the Denver area, Concordia is set to return to conference action on Saturday with a trip to Dordt. The Bulldogs carry a 7-2 record into Sioux Center, Iowa.

  • Clay Reimers totaled 23 points and 16 rebounds while leading the Concordia men's basketball team to a 79-66 win over Colorado Christian in a game played in Golden, Colo., on Saturday (Nov. 25).

  • The Bulldogs (6-2, 2-1 GPAC) continue to shoot the lights out at home. Concordia used 16 treys to take care of visiting Mount Marty, 105-63, on Tuesday (Nov. 21). Tanner Shuck led all players with 21 points.

  • There will be no time for rest during Thanksgiving break week for Bulldog men's basketball. Concordia will first look forward to hosting Mount Marty on Tuesday as part of Seward County Appreciation Night.

  • Despite Tanner Shuck's 29-point outing, Concordia dropped its first GPAC road test of the season, falling by a final of 77-69 at No. 10 Dakota Wesleyan on Saturday (Nov. 18). Concordia slipped to 5-2 overall.