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  • Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021

    Bulldog Weekly Report (Oct. 19)

    Every Tuesday, the Bulldog Weekly Report provides the latest news and notes on Concordia athletics and details the week’s results and top performers while taking a look at what’s next (Oct. 19, 2021).

  • Concordia will be challenged significantly this weekend as it welcomes No. 1 Jamestown and No. 15 Dakota Wesleyan to Friedrich Arena. The Bulldogs will hold their pink match on Saturday.

  • Only three games remain for the Bulldogs to make a move in the GPAC regular season standings. Coming off a 3-3 draw at Hastings, Concordia will play Briar Cliff and Presentation. Saturday will be senior day.

  • Concordia's three-game win streak will be on the line on Saturday as the Bulldogs welcome Midland to Seward for the 66th all-time meeting between the two programs. The Warriors have won the past two matchups.

  • After a competitive first half, the Bulldogs ran away with a 38-7 victory while spoiling Mount Marty's homecoming on Saturday (Oct. 16). Caydren Cox scored on defense, Lane Napier notched 20 tackles and DJ McGarvie threw for three touchdowns.

  • The evening featured all the intensity and tension one could ask for in a matchup between Concordia and Hastings. Both sides traded blows in what ultimately finished as a 3-3 draw after 110 minutes of action on Saturday (Oct. 16).

  • One of the league’s most intense rivalries came down to a single goal in the 88th minute as Hastings defeated Concordia, 1-0, on Saturday (Oct. 16). The Bulldogs were limited to one shot for the evening.

  • The Bulldogs got the boost they needed this weekend while completing a 2-0 weekend in Sioux City. Concordia defeated Morningside in straight sets on Saturday (Oct. 16) behind a match high 13 kills from Erica Heinzerling.