With the regular season winding down, the Bulldog volleyball team is set to host its home finale on Wednesday. After celebrating its seniors, Concordia will head to 12th-ranked Midland on Saturday.
The Concordia football team will take its shot at the NAIA's top-ranked team this Saturday in Sioux City, Iowa. The Bulldogs hope to get back to .500 overall after consecutive losses to Briar Cliff and Hastings.
On the heels of back-to-back GPAC regular-season and tournament titles, the Concordia women's basketball team has been pegged to three-peat. The Bulldogs scooped up nine of 12 first-place votes in the poll.
Following a sixth-place GPAC finish in 2017-18, the Bulldog men's basketball team has been picked by league coaches to finish 10th in the conference this season. Tanner Shuck is the team's lone returning starter.
Five turnovers and missed opportunities in the red zone plagued the Bulldog football team in a rivalry battle with Hastings on Saturday (Oct. 20). The Broncos scored 13 points off turnovers and earned a 21-13 victory.
A goal that came with 16 seconds left in regulation prevented the Bulldogs from claiming victory at Jamestown on Saturday (Oct. 20). Concordia settled for a 1-1 draw despite owning a lead nearly the entire way.
A lead that lasted for more than 25 minutes eventually fell by the wayside and the Bulldogs settled for a 1-1 draw at Jamestown on Saturday (Oct. 20). Concordia remains in the hunt for a GPAC title.
In their final races before the GPAC championships, the Bulldogs held their own while up against some of the nation's best at the Seminole Valley Stampede on Saturday (Oct. 20). The women placed seventh and the men 12th.
Tanner Shuck and Brevin Sloup return to provide scoring punch for a new-look Bulldog men's basketball team in 2018-19. Head coach Ben Limback's squad will also be reliant on a large group of newcomers.
Following a 2017-18 season in which the Bulldog women's basketball program equaled a school record with 36 wins, Drew Olson's squad finds itself in an enviable position. All-Americans Philly Lammers and Quinn Wragge return to the lineup.
The Bulldog volleyball team traveled to College of Saint Mary in search of a win that would enhance their chances of a GPAC tournament berth. Instead, the Flames won in straight sets on Wednesday (Oct. 17).
An offensive flurry at Mount Marty saw the Bulldogs equal a program record for goals in a game while Lauren Martin became the program's single-season assists record holder in action on Tuesday (Oct. 16).
Another first-half deficit entered into the circumstances faced by the Bulldog men's soccer team on Tuesday (Oct. 16), but it rebounded and earned a 3-1 win at Mount Marty. Concordia is 8-4-2 overall.
Every Tuesday the Bulldog Weekly Report details the Bulldog Athletic Association Athletes of the Week and provides the latest news and notes on Concordia athletics.
The Bulldog softball team got acquainted with new head coach Shawn Semler during a successful fall season. A more experienced bunch went a perfect 7-0 during its fall exhibition run.
After placing sixth in the GPAC this past spring, the Concordia baseball team returned to practice this fall motivated to be better in 2019. One development this fall was the establishment of a leadership group.
From different parts of the country, four young men converged on Seward, Neb., in 2013, eventually leaving a lasting impression. Now three of them are graduate assistant coaches within the GPAC.
A new-look Bulldog men's basketball team opened official practice on Monday (Sept. 24). Junior Tanner Shuck says that the group of newcomers has brought a jolt to energy to the 2018-19 team.
Linebacker Lane Napier has always been the type of football player who lets his performance on the field do the talking. A star at Aquinas High School, Napier wasted no time in claiming a starting spot as a Bulldog.
Get registered for summer camps and training