The Bulldogs (6-2, 2-1 GPAC) continue to shoot the lights out at home. Concordia used 16 treys to take care of visiting Mount Marty, 105-63, on Tuesday (Nov. 21). Tanner Shuck led all players with 21 points.
Mary Janovich returned to the lineup and Concordia's nasty defense worked wonders against visiting Mount Marty on Tuesday (Nov. 21). The Bulldogs (7-0) pasted the Lancers, 84-42, inside Walz Arena.
An unforgettable senior class spurred the Concordia men's soccer team on to an unforgettable 2017 season that saw the Bulldogs shatter the program wins record. Concordia also reached the GPAC final.
Every Tuesday the Bulldog Weekly Report details the latest news and notes and honors the Bulldog Athletic Association Athletes of the Week.
Crofton, Neb., native Quinn Wragge nabbed GPAC player of the week honors after leading third-ranked Concordia to a pair of GPAC wins last week. She needs seven more points to join the 1,000-point club.
Said Crete softball coach Shawn Carr, "All the little kids in Crete say they want to be Camry, my daughter included." Added Concordia softball coach Todd LaVelle, "Cam's one of those kids that makes your day a little bit brighter."
There will be no time for rest during Thanksgiving break week for Bulldog men's basketball. Concordia will first look forward to hosting Mount Marty on Tuesday as part of Seward County Appreciation Night.
Third-ranked Concordia has its sights set on entering Thanksgiving weekend with an unblemished record still intact. After scoring 27 points in last week's win at Dakota Wesleyan, Quinn Wragge is close to reaching 1,000 career points.
The fall of 2017 in Concordia athletics included a GPAC regular-season championship for women's soccer and one of the top performances ever by a Bulldog running back. We recap the entire fall in this breakdown.
Six members of Matt Beisel's cross country programs have been recognized as 2017 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes. The group includes repeat winner Emily Deschaine, also a national championships qualifier.
A 27-point outburst by junior Quinn Wragge helped fuel the third-ranked Bulldogs to a 70-66 win at No. 8 Dakota Wesleyan on Saturday (Nov. 18). Defending GPAC champion Concordia remains unbeaten at 6-0.
Despite Tanner Shuck's 29-point outing, Concordia dropped its first GPAC road test of the season, falling by a final of 77-69 at No. 10 Dakota Wesleyan on Saturday (Nov. 18). Concordia slipped to 5-2 overall.
Emily Deschaine capped an impressive four-year cross country career by appearing on the national stage for the third time as a Bulldog. She placed placed 131st, finishing in a time of 19:18 after navigating the 5k course.
Concordia is 5-1 behind a sophomore group that has already shown tremendous growth since last season. Four second-year players have pushed their way into the starting lineup for the rising Bulldogs.
The Martins are real living proof that absence does in fact make the heart grow fonder. The twin sisters reunited at Concordia and have helped maintain the women's soccer program's championship level.
Kirk Kaliszewski and two other national qualifiers return for a wrestling program looking to continue a run of GPAC dominance and national prominence. The Bulldogs will have a different look with 18 newcomers.
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