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Home to football, men's and women's soccer and outdoor track and field events, Bulldog Stadium as it is known today opened in 1997. The field turf was replaced as recently as the summer of 2016. As part of that same project, the track surrounding the field was resurfaced.
The Walz Human Performance Complex, completed in 2009, stands out among the finest facilities in not only the Great Plains Athletic Conference, but across the entire NAIA. Located within the Walz Complex, Friedrich Arena, is home to men's and women's basketball, volleyball, wrestling and cheer and dance events.
Home to Bulldog baseball and softball and owned by the city of Seward, Plum Creek Park sits just north of campus. When driving north on Karol Kay Blvd in Seward, passers by will first notice the baseball field to the left and then softball field, also on the left, just past the baseball diamond. Both fields were furnished prior to the 2017 seasons with new backstops complete with brick fencing and netting and updated scoreboards. Concordia was the main financial contributor to these projects.
Home to Bulldog wrestling, the wrestling room was added to the PE Center Gym prior to the start of the 2012-13 athletic year. The facility provides the wrestling program its own space for training and meetings.
Home to indoor track and field events, the Fielhouse also serves many additional purposes. As of 2019, the Fieldhouse remained the second largest indoor venue of its kind in the state of Nebraska. The facility is used for many team practices, workouts and camps and is opened to the public during select days and times. Occasional university functions are also held in the Fieldhouse.
The Physical Education Center, dedicated in 1960, has been home to Concordia athletics for decades. The P.E. Building went under renovations to better accommodate student-athletes, coaches and visiting teams and were completed in the summer of 2015. Bulldog football and wrestling have found homes in the newly renovated building. New offices, locker rooms and the wrestling practice mats are all located in the P.E. Center. The gym also went through a face lift, replacing the floor, scoreboards and bleachers.
The Bulldog Tennis Courts serve as a venue for Concordia tennis matches and practices as well as physical education classes. The courts are located near the southeast edge of campus.
The Walz Weight Room, located on the bottom floor of the Walz Human Performance Complex, is frequented by student-athletes.
The Physical Education Center weight room, located on the bottom floor of the building, is frequented most often by football and wrestling student-athletes.
Located on the bottom floor of the Walz Human Performance Complex, the training room exists to provide proper treatment and recovery for the school’s more than 600 student-athletes. The training room is staffed by three full-time athletic trainers as well as student trainers.
Situated near the southeast corner of campus, the Hitting Center provides an indoor facility for the baseball, softball and golf programs. The venue features batting cages and HitTrax, an innovative tool that analyzes hitting performance.
Located at 5501 NW 12th St in Lincoln, Neb., Highlands Golf Course became the home course for Bulldog golf prior to the 2014-15 season. The golf teams hold practices and host meets at Highlands.
Located at 2890 West Rd, Brainard, NE, 68626, Oak Creek Sporting Club has served as the home of Concordia shooting sports since the program started with the 2014-15 academic year. The Bulldogs host their own invitational annually at Oak Creek, known as one of the nation’s top shooting courses.
Adults - $8
Senior Citizens - $3
K-12 Students - $3
Students with GPAC College ID - Free
Children 5 and Under - Free
(Admission pricing for conference tournaments or other special events will differ.)