The No. 4 Concordia women’s basketball team will travel to Doane College on Tuesday, Nov. 24 for a 6 p.m. tipoff. The contest will be the last game of the month of November for the Bulldogs.
In a conference-opening battle of perennially powerful GPAC programs, the fourth-ranked Concordia University women’s basketball team went on the road for the first time this season and saw an 11-point second-half lead melt away.
The No. 4 Concordia women’s basketball team is set to open GPAC play this week. The Bulldogs will travel to (RV) Hastings College on Wednesday, Nov. 18 for a 6 p.m. tipoff before hosting No. 2 Morningside College on Saturday, Nov. 21 for a 5 p.m. start time.
The No. 4 Concordia women’s basketball team defeated No. 6 University of Jamestown in the final matchup of the Cattle Classic, 86-69 on Saturday afternoon.
The No. 4 Concordia women’s basketball team showed no setbacks in its opening game of the 2015-16 season. The Bulldogs defeated No. 24 Mayville State University 109-79 Friday evening inside Walz Arena.
Some of the names will be different, but don’t expect a well-established program cultivated by 10th-year head coach Drew Olson to change its ways.
The Concordia University women’s basketball program has extended its active run of consecutive national rankings to 53. On Tuesday the Bulldogs checked in at No. 4 in the 2015-16 NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Preseason Top 25 Poll.
Coming off a national runner-up season in 2014-15, the Concordia University women’s basketball team has been picked by league coaches to place second in this year’s GPAC race.
A number of rules changes will impact all levels of collegiate women’s basketball, beginning this season. Most notably, games will now be broken down by quarters instead of halves.
It was only a matter of time before Sarah Harrison Krueger found her way into the Concordia Athletics Hall of Fame.
Since 1992, 14 Concordia women’s basketball teams have appeared at the national tournament with four advancing all the way to the national semifinals. But in 2015, the Bulldogs reached new heights by motoring to the national title game for the first time in program history.
It’s a Tuesday evening in the middle of July and two brothers have reunited over a familiar round, orange and leather-coated object that has been prevalent in their lives since birth. Jarrod Olson, now 41, drives and whirls a pass back out top to Drew Olson, 35, who rises and fires a three. They narrowly miss out on the Olson-to-Olson scoring connection.
Three incoming Bulldogs will be competing in the 36th Annual Nebraska Coaches Association Girls Basketball All Star Game on Monday, July 20.
The third significant coaching honor of 2015 for Drew Olson surfaced on Friday when the Omaha World-Herald named the Concordia women’s basketball leader its Midlands College Women’s Coach of the Year.
The all-time leading scorer in the history of Concordia women’s basketball has swept athlete of the year honors from Nebraska’s major newspapers.
For the fifth time since 1990 and for the second time in three years, a Bulldog has been named the State College Women’s Athlete of the Year by the Lincoln Journal Star.
A 2015 run to the national championship game has led to Concordia head women’s basketball coach Drew Olson being named co-State College Coach of the Year, as awarded by the Lincoln Journal Star on Monday.
The 10th season of Concordia women’s basketball under head coach Drew Olson is set to get underway on Nov. 6 at the 16th annual Cattle Classic hosted by the Bulldogs.