A second appearance in the national championship game in four seasons resulted in another loss at the hands of a GPAC rival. The Bulldogs were defeated, 82-59, by Dakota Wesleyan on Tuesday (March 13).
If Concordia is to hang its first national title banner, it will have to defeat Dakota Wesleyan for the fourth time this season. The GPAC powers will battle at 7:05 p.m. tonight (March 13) in the championship.
A constant during the winningest four years in Concordia women's basketball history, Brenleigh Daum just keeps chucking it. The college career of the McCook native will wind down this week in Sioux City, Iowa.
A two-year captain during the glory years of Concordia swimming, Terry Wetzel has spent 35 years in scouting for three different Major League Baseball franchises. He got his big break in 1983 as a teacher in Houston.
Says senior Dani Hoppes, "During a game, we’re all in for the team." Such selflessness serves as one of the reasons why the second-ranked Bulldogs enter the national tournament as one of four No. 1 seeds.
Rarely, if ever, has success been set on a tee for Jerry Stepps III to smash out of the ballpark. Rather, it’s been quite the opposite in some cases. It never stopped Jerry from dreaming big or making it big as a senior.
Coming off a 34-win season (second best in school history), the Bulldogs will have a new-look lineup and pitching staff this season. Head coach Todd LaVelle's squad will be anchored by junior 2B Leah Kalkwarf.