Katelinn Wurm provided the highlights for Concordia women's tennis by emerging victorious in both No. 3 singles and doubles. As a team, the Bulldogs endured a 7-2 loss at the hands of Baker.
How will the 2018 Bulldog baseball team piggyback off a GPAC championship season in 2017? We're about to find out. Head coach Ryan Dupic's team was picked first in the GPAC preseason coaches' poll.
Due to a multitude of factors, Concordia men’s soccer continues to climb. Summed up by Lehenbauer, the prospect of competing for championships, “over time, became an expectation instead of a hope.”
An 18-3 run in the second half spurred the Bulldogs (17-11, 8-9 GPAC) to a 71-56 win over Doane on Wednesday (Feb. 14). The Bulldogs earned a season sweep of the Tigers and shook a four-game skid.
It was a little like pulling teeth, but the second-ranked Bulldogs put together a solid fourth quarter while pulling out a 68-59 win over visiting Doane on Wednesday (Feb. 14). Concordia clinched the GPAC title outright.
The 2018 GPAC Indoor Track & Field Championships will unfold on Friday and Saturday at Doane. The nationally-ranked Bulldog squads have totaled 11 automatic national qualifying marks to date.
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.
The 2018 football season will kick off on Sept. 8 when Buena Vista University makes a visit to Bulldog Stadium. Concordia will open up GPAC play against new GPAC member Jamestown and will host Midland for homecoming.
Every Tuesday the Bulldog Weekly Report details the latest news and notes and honors the Bulldog Athletic Association Athletes of the Week.
An accomplished senior class heads into its final week of regular-season action. The Bulldogs will host Doane on Wednesday and Dakota Wesleyan on Saturday while looking to lock up an outright GPAC title.
The final week of the regular season means that the career of senior Kyle Pierce is winding down. He will be honored on Saturday as part of a week at home for the Bulldogs, who still have a shot at a top-four conference finish.
Thanks to Saturday's (Feb. 10) win at 15th-ranked Morningside, Concordia can do no worse than share the GPAC regular-season title. The Bulldogs (27-1, 17-1) topped the Mustangs, 88-80, in Sioux City.
The back half of the lineup did much of the heavy lifting. The Bulldogs picked up wins at the Nos. 4 through 6 singles spots courtesy of Alison Ebel, Kirsten Wagner and Kayla Smock on the way to a 5-4 win on Saturday (Feb. 10).
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.
A 1997 Concordia graduate, Gerrod Lambrecht has led a successful professional life that has included 17 years in the health care field and now a unique opportunity at the University of Nebraska.
As of the February National Signing Day, the Concordia University football program has 44 signed or committed recruits on board. The incoming Bulldogs hail from 10 different states. Twelve are from Nebraska.
There were times during the recruiting process that Maria Deeter went back and forth, but she has no regrets as she looks ahead to her senior season. It’s a Bulldog life and Maria is soaking it up.
Based on the final month of the 2017 season, Concordia women’s tennis appears that it may be ready for a breakthrough. Led by senior Annie Horn, the Bulldogs have hopes of moving beyond the GPAC semifinals.
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