A national runner up and school record toss by Samantha Liermann highlighted the second day of the 2018 NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships. Concordia has three All-Americans through two days of action.
Jacob Cornelio and Johanna Ragland are the latest Bulldogs to claim All-America awards. They headlined the first day of the 2018 NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships in Gulf Shores, Ala.
Junior Madison Pitsch has been named an NAIA Scholar-Athlete. The junior is a native of Concordia, Missouri.
Head coach Todd LaVelle has a high standard for the Bulldog softball program. While wrapping up the 2018 campaign that finished with a .500 record, LaVelle discussed how 2019 could be different.
Outdoor national championship week is upon qualifying members of the Concordia track and field teams. Twenty-six Bulldogs have departed for Gulf Shores, Ala., site of the 2018 meet.
A more youthful outfit this spring, the Concordia baseball team rode the rollercoaster through a 25-22 campaign in 2018. This season-in-review takes a deep dive into the highs and the lows.
The Concordia track and field programs have announced a national qualifying field of 26 athletes. They will depart on Monday with Gulf Shores, Ala., being the final destination for a championship meet set to start May 24.
Junior Conner Works has earned NAIA Scholar-Athlete recognition following his first season as a member of the tennis program. Works is majoring in history.
An All-GPAC honoree all four years on the tennis court, senior Annie Horn has been named an NAIA Scholar-Athlete for the second time in her career. Horn graduated from Concordia with a degree in marketing.
Tyler Ehresman and Grant Suchanek have collected NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors. Ehresman has earned the award for the second year in a row while Suchanek is a first-time honoree.
GPAC Player of the Year as just a freshman, Hhana Haro has been a hit far from her hometown of Garden Grove, Calif. To the cornfields of Nebraska, Hhana has brought with her a lot more than an abundance of H's.
In the same week that Nick Little earned the GPAC Pitcher of the Year award, he was also named to the Academic All-District® Baseball Team, as selected by CoSIDA. The announcement was made Thursday (May 10).
Freshman Kennedy Mogul and the women's 4x400 meter relay clocked a season best at Friday (May 11)'s Twilight Meet. It was also a day of PR's for throwers such as Jacob Cornelio, Samantha Liermann and Adrianna Shaw.
The 2018 Concordia women's soccer team will play 12 conference games due to the addition of Jamestown and Presentation. Head coach Greg Henson's squad is coming off a 2017 GPAC regular-season title.
The spring season has been given head men's soccer coach Jason Weides a chance to see how his team will adapt without an accomplished senior class. Carlos Ferrer looks to be on the brink of a breakout.
A freak accident last June forced Taylor Grove to miss the cross country season and cause her to wonder if she would ever run normally again. Her frustration has given way to triumph and championship glory.
There's a healthy competitive fire within the culture of the Concordia women's soccer program. That dynamic continues to push the Bulldogs forward while in the midst of the program's most successful run.
We wrap up the spring volleyball season with insights from head coach Ben Boldt on the changing dynamics within the program. The Bulldogs emphasized speed and urgency during the volleyball-filled spring.
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