• An All-GPAC honoree all four years on the tennis court, senior Annie Horn has been named an NAIA Scholar-Athlete for the second time in her career. Horn graduated from Concordia with a degree in marketing.

  • Seniors Annie Horn and Alison Ebel both received All-GPAC honors for their efforts this season on the singles court. Horn concluded her collegiate career with 41 wins, including 13 as a senior.

  • Annie Horn and the Bulldog women's tennis program made a strong push to reach the GPAC championship match for the first time since 2011. Concordia defeated Doane before falling to Midland in the semis.

  • Fifth-seeded Concordia will open up the GPAC women's tennis tournament by taking on fourth-seeded Doane at 11:30 a.m. on Friday. The Bulldogs will need to win three times to claim a conference title.

  • Concordia just missed out on winning twice while closing the regular season in Sioux City, Iowa, on Friday (April 27). The Bulldogs bounced back from a 5-4 loss to Morningside with a 9-0 win over Mount Marty.

  • Senior Alison Ebel turned in wins at No. 5 singles and No. 3 doubles while helping Concordia push first-place Hastings on Wednesday (April 25). The Broncos held off the Bulldogs, 6-3.

  • 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.