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  • On the heels of a 3-1 start to league play, Concordia Baseball is readying to play on the road for six games this week. The slate includes a makeup doubleheader at Hastings and a four-game series at Northwestern.

  • Bragging rights within the state will be on the line this week as Concordia Softball looks forward to taking on Doane and Hastings. The Bulldogs (12-13, 1-1 GPAC) are coming off a doubleheader split with Morningside to open league play.

  • Home baseball scheduled for Sunday (March 26) versus Dakota Wesleyan has been postponed due to wintry weather. The doubleheader has been rescheduled for April 11 and is slated to be played in Mitchell, S.D.

  • A group made up of mostly distance runners and throwers represented Concordia University Track & Field in the program’s first outdoor meet of the 2023 season. Collectively, the Bulldogs won six event titles at the Grand View Viking Relays.

  • Runs were hard to come by on Saturday (March 25) as Concordia and Morningside played two tight low-scoring affairs. The Bulldogs rallied to win game one, 2-1, before falling by a 3-1 score in game two.

  • The bats of Ben Berg and Teyt Johnson and the pitching arm of Frankie Cresta helped the Bulldogs salvage a doubleheader split with Mount Marty on Saturday (March 25). Concordia lost game one, 10-4, before taking the second, 12-6.

  • As part of its first outing of the spring, Concordia Men's Golf took home the runner-up trophy at the Doane Spring Invitational. Individually, Ivan Yabut placed in a tie for sixth and the Bulldogs outperformed all GPAC competition.

  • Cool temperatures and blustery conditions greeted Concordia Women's Tennis on Saturday (March 25) as it took care of Hastings, 7-0, in its GPAC opener. All six Bulldogs who saw action picked up wins in both doubles and singles.

  • Saturday, Mar. 25, 2023

    Bulldogs rout Broncos in GPAC opener

    Amidst chilly and breezy conditions, the Bulldogs handled the elements, and visiting Hastings, while winning 7-0 in their GPAC opener on Saturday (March 25). Five Concordia players won both doubles and singles matches.

  • Led by a one-under-par from Ivan Yabut, Concordia Men's Golf resides in a tie for first place after day one at the Doane Spring Invite. Seven Bulldogs shot scores of 77 or lower while in action at Woodland Hills Golf Course.