• Saturday, May. 20, 2017

    Hertz, Horn named Scholar-Athletes

    Juniors Katie Hertz and Annie Horn both claimed Scholar-Athlete recognition for the first time in their careers, as announced by the NAIA on Friday (May 19).

  • Undefeated runs through conference play paved the way for all-conference honors for both junior Annie Horn and freshman Kirsten Wagner. Both represented the Bulldogs on All-GPAC teams announced on Thursday (May 11).

  • The 2017 Concordia women’s tennis season came to a conclusion at the GPAC championships on Friday. After a 5-4 win over College of Saint Mary in the quarterfinals, the Bulldog run ended with a 5-0 loss

  • The Concordia women’s tennis team has gone about finishing 2017 in positive fashion. After starting out 0-3 in conference play, the Bulldogs have won three-consecutive GPAC matches.

  • The match hinged on Kirsten Wagner at No. 5 singles. She outlasted her opponent, lifting the Bulldogs to their second GPAC victory in a row. Concordia topped Midland, 5-4, on Friday evening.

  • The Concordia women’s tennis team took advantage of a short-handed Mount Marty team and picked up its first GPAC win of 2017. The Bulldogs won by a 9-0 final in a match played in Lincoln on Saturday.

  • Up against the top-ranked team in the GPAC, the Concordia women’s tennis team fell short on Saturday afternoon. Visiting Morningside invaded Seward and came away with a 6-3 win.

  • For the second-straight outing in conference play, Concordia women’s tennis fell one match short of pulling out a team victory. Meanwhile, junior Annie Horn pushed her personal win streak to eight.