• Wednesday, Apr. 11, 2018

    Comeback bid falls short

    After falling behind 3-0 at the conclusion of doubles play, the Bulldogs (9-7, 0-2) made a valiant comeback effort on Wednesday (April 11). The Bulldogs ultimately dropped a 5-4 decision.

  • Though Annie Horn extended her personal GPAC singles win streak, the Concordia women's tennis team saw its four-match win streak end at Doane. The Bulldogs are now 9-6 overall.

  • Concordia dominated a matchup with former GPAC rival Nebraska Wesleyan on Wednesday (March 28). The Bulldogs swept through doubles and won four of six singles matches in a 7-2 team victory.

  • A run of four matches in four days began Wednesday and Thursday (March 7-8) with defeats at the hands of Tabor College and Bethel College, two members of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference.

  • While welcoming two opponents from the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference to the Fieldhouse on back-to-back days, Concordia women’s tennis team earned wins by identical 7-2 scores.

  • Katelinn Wurm provided the highlights for Concordia women's tennis by emerging victorious in both No. 3 singles and doubles. As a team, the Bulldogs endured a 7-2 loss at the hands of Baker.