• Todd LaVelle has announced his resignation from the position of head softball coach at Concordia, effective immediately. LaVelle spent the past five seasons leading the Bulldogs, compiling 146 wins.

  • One more honor has rolled in for Hhana Haro, who turned in an impeccable freshman season for Concordia softball. On Friday (June 1), Haro collected honorable mention All-America accolades.

  • Wednesday, May. 30, 2018

    Fousek named NAIA Scholar-Athlete

    A native of St. Paul, Neb., Maddie Fousek represented the Concordia softball program on the list of NAIA Scholar-Athletes released on Wednesday (May 30) by the NAIA. She is majoring in elementary education.

  • A pair of losses meant at the GPAC tournament on Friday (May 4) meant the end of the line for Concordia softball. The Bulldogs concluded the 2018 campaign at 21-21 overall and were the league's No. 7 seed.

  • The Concordia softball team enters the postseason as the GPAC's No. 7 seed, just as it did in 2015 when it won the conference tournament title. The Bulldogs have won four of their last five contests.

  • Leah Kalkwarf helped Concordia salvage a split by delivering a walk-off single in game two of Saturday (April 28)'s doubleheader. Grace Bernhardt pitched another gem to lead the Bulldogs in the circle.

  • A sweep at College of Saint Mary ensured that the Bulldogs will extend their season into the GPAC tournament. In Omaha on Wednesday (April 25), freshman Grace Bernhardt fired another gem to aid the cause.