• Giovanni Castillo and Jerry Stepps III earned first team All-GPAC recognition while four other members of the Concordia wrestling program also picked up all-conference honors, as announced on Wednesday (Feb. 21).

  • Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018

    Castillo, Chery claim GPAC titles

    Giovanni Castillo and Deandre Chery became the latest Bulldogs to produce individual GPAC titles. The winning duo helped Concordia place fourth among the nine GPAC teams that competed at Saturday's event.

  • A first career GPAC honor came the way of Jerry Stepps III on Wednesday (Feb. 14) when the GPAC named him its wrestler of the week. Stepps III went 8-0 in GPAC duals during the 2017-18 season.

  • The postseason starts now for the Concordia wrestling program, which has hopes of earning many individual national tournament bids at this Saturday's GPAC championships. Hastings serves as the host.

  • With second place in the final GPAC standings on the line, Concordia and 19th-ranked Morningside will go head-to-head in Sioux City, Iowa. It will be the final dual of the 2017-18 season for both teams.

  • One of only three Concordia wrestlers in action on Saturday (Feb. 3), Tyler Jorgensen made a splash in the 174-pound bracket at the Edmonds Open with an upset of a wrestler ranked 14th nationally.

  • Seniors Giovanni Castillo, Michael Duffy, Jerry Stepps III and Jared Woods each claimed wins to help Concordia earn a 21-16 team victory over Northwestern on Thursday (Feb. 1). The Bulldogs celebrated senior night in style.

  • A group of nine seniors will be recognized prior to Thursday's dual versus Northwestern. At 4-2 GPAC duals, the Bulldogs still have an outside shot at sharing the conference title if it can come out on top this week at home.