• This was a step forward for the Concordia volleyball program, still progressing in the first season under the Boldts. The Bulldogs put pressure on 13th-ranked Hastings by winning the second set. The Broncos won in four.

  • Concordia has a challenging week ahead with three nationally-ranked foes coming up in a five-day stretch. The Bulldogs return to action Tuesday to host Doane before also playing Thursday and Saturday.

  • Led by Jenna Habegger and Emmie Noyd, the Concordia volleyball team attempted to dig out from underneath a slow start. By night's end, Morningside dealt the Bulldogs a 25-17, 25-15, 23-25, 25-23 defeat on Thursday (Sept. 13).

  • A valiant upset bid was thwarted in four sets by visiting and eighth-ranked Midland on Tuesday night (Sept. 11). Despite an impressive second set, the Bulldogs lost for the first time in 2018.

  • Two key figures instrumental in the 12-0 start for Concordia volleyball have been awarded with well-deserved honors. Both Marissa Hoerman and Emmie Noyd collected GPAC weekly recognition.

  • A balanced and workmanlike team effort allowed the Concordia volleyball team to cruise to a straight-sets win over visiting Mount Marty on Friday night (Sept. 7). The Bulldogs are now 10-0.

  • Concordia faced its stiffest challenge yet as GPAC play opened with a five-set win over College of Saint Mary on Tuesday (Sept. 4). Junior Emmie Noyd went off for a career high 23 kills in the victory.