• Mary Janovich returned to the lineup and Concordia's nasty defense worked wonders against visiting Mount Marty on Tuesday (Nov. 21). The Bulldogs (7-0) pasted the Lancers, 84-42, inside Walz Arena.

  • Crofton, Neb., native Quinn Wragge nabbed GPAC player of the week honors after leading third-ranked Concordia to a pair of GPAC wins last week. She needs seven more points to join the 1,000-point club.

  • A 27-point outburst by junior Quinn Wragge helped fuel the third-ranked Bulldogs to a 70-66 win at No. 8 Dakota Wesleyan on Saturday (Nov. 18). Defending GPAC champion Concordia remains unbeaten at 6-0.

  • Five different Bulldogs reached double figures in scoring, leading the way to a comfortable 85-63 win over Midland in the GPAC opener on Wednesday (Nov. 15). Brenleigh Daum topped Concordia with 17 points.

  • Third-ranked Concordia never gave Mayville State a chance. The Bulldogs ran away from the Comets by drilling 16 3-point field goals in a 93-58 road victory on Saturday (Nov. 11). Concordia is unbeaten at 4-0.

  • Two games in, the 2017-18 Concordia women's basketball team looks a lot like the 2016-17 one. The Bulldogs dominated the Cattle Classic, finishing the weekend with a 96-67 blowout of fifth-ranked St. Francis.

  • Freshman Taylor Cockerill went for 20 points in her first career collegiate game and the Concordia pressure wore out visiting Viterbo on Friday night (Nov. 3). The Bulldogs routed the V-Hawks, 101-43.