Concordia picked up its third straight win on Saturday with a 7-1 victory over Roosevelt University. The Bulldogs went 3-1 during their stay in Florida and are now 7-7 overall on the year.
Concordia High School (1894-1972) will celebrate four of its championship athletic teams this weekend. During the late 1950's and early 1960's, the CHS Raiders had remarkable success in interscholastic athletics. Their achievements will receive honorary mention during the Concordia University's Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Friday, Oct. 8.
After going undrafted by MLB organizations, Jake Fosgett is mulling options for his future. Fosgett attracted the attention of scouts during a 2021 GPAC Pitcher of the Year campaign.
In a record breaking and historic season, the 2021 Concordia Baseball team advanced to the NAIA World Series for the first time ever while winning GPAC regular season/postseason titles.
The 2021 Concordia offense has re-set the standard across the board while taking the program to new heights. The construction of this particular team has been years in the making.
Born and raised in Troy, Ohio, Trent Wood followed God's plan while journeying 900 miles to Concordia for his final collegiate baseball season. He's been a saving grace for the Bulldogs.
After last season ended abruptly, a group of five Concordia baseball seniors chose to return to the team in 2021. Said Evan Bohman, "We want to go out on a different note than what happened last year."
The Concordia Baseball program looks ahead to a 2021 season filled with promise. Talent and depth abound for the Bulldogs, who return a bevy of veteran performers.
A veteran Concordia team reunited this fall in preparation for a hopeful full 2021 season. A number of seniors from last season have returned, giving the Bulldogs plenty of depth.
In some pockets of the United States, sports have carried on this summer in the midst of a global pandemic. Concordia's Keaton Candor has found such a pocket in south central Kansas.
A CUNE graduate, Terry Wetzel is in his 37th season working in Major League Baseball. In his role as Special Assistant to the General Manager, Wetzel helped the Washington Nationals to a 2019 World Series title.
Two of the "Fab Faszholz Five" graced Concordia with their presence as standout student-athletes. Bulldog alums Gene and Dave were born into a remarkably athletic and shockingly accomplished family.
Thomas Sautel’s college baseball journey has veered in unexpected paths and has put him up against some unique circumstances. Concordia baseball was there for him when he needed a new home.
With two star arms at the top of the rotation and a lineup able to inflict plenty of damage, the 2020 Bulldogs believed themselves capable of contending for another GPAC title. The dynamics have changed.
Already a high caliber pitcher, lefty Jason Munsch took it to a new level this spring. The numbers don’t even make sense – 59 strikeouts and a spotless 0.00 ERA in 26 innings of work for the MLB draft prospect.
Winner of GPAC regular-season titles in two of the past three seasons, head coach Ryan Dupic's program enters 2020 with hopes of staying at the top. On paper, the Bulldogs have the makings of another special season.
One constant during the greatest run in the history of Concordia baseball has been senior Wade Council. The steady and dependable native of Colorado Springs was exactly the type of player head coach Ryan Dupic seeks.
As champions of the GPAC in two of the past three seasons, the Concordia baseball program has a well-established winning culture. The Bulldogs returned to campus this fall hoping to reach another level.
It’s not as if they had all hatched a plan long ago to one day follow roads that would lead them to 800 North Columbia Avenue. That’s just the way it happened for the Berg brothers, who have made Concordia their home.
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.
Cade Moring is case in point in regards to how the right process and approach can make a big difference. The lefty from Eagar, Ariz., has developed into one college baseball's most prolific strikeout artists.
A two-year captain during the glory years of Concordia swimming, Terry Wetzel has spent 35 years in scouting for three different Major League Baseball franchises. He got his big break in 1983 as a teacher in Houston.
How will the 2018 Bulldog baseball team piggyback off a GPAC championship season in 2017? We're about to find out. Head coach Ryan Dupic's team was picked first in the GPAC preseason coaches' poll.
The roster dynamics have changed for the Concordia baseball team. Head coach Ryan Dupic's program entered the fall with a wealth of pitchers who came of age in 2017 and appear prepared for even better in 2018.
Months after capturing the program's first conference championship in 31 years, the Concordia baseball team is hardly resting on its laurels. The program is employing new technologies in an effort to remain at the top.
While battling cancer, head coach Ryan Dupic led his 2017 Concordia baseball team on a magical ride that ended with a GPAC championship and a trip to nationals. This is the behind-the-scenes story.
A "real unified sense of purpose" allowed the 2017 Bulldogs to accomplish things never before done in the history of the Concordia baseball program. The Bulldogs finished 34-22 overall and won the GPAC regular-season title.
On Monday evening, the Concordia baseball team learned that it had earned the GPAC title outright. The conference champion Bulldogs are now set to host GPAC tournament action Thursday through Saturday at Plum Creek Park.
Casey Berg's progressively successful collegiate baseball career is representative of a program on the rise. The Manning, Iowa, native serves as the catalyst for head coach Ryan Dupic's program.
The Concordia baseball program enters 2017 with momentum after a strong finish last spring. The Bulldogs return mashers Kaleb Geiger and Christian Montero to an offense that has broken the school record for runs scored in consecutive years.
A series of lasting images resulted from the 2016 Concordia baseball season, ranging from the Christian Montero bat flips to the water cooler dousing of Johnny May at home plate and others.
There’s more talent, more familiarity and a like-minded approach taking hold within a positive culture. Expectations are clearly growing for Concordia baseball.
The 2015 season provided head baseball coach Ryan Dupic and his program with a base of knowledge to work off of heading into the 2015-16 academic year. Last season’s Bulldogs broke a program record with 26 wins, but that was viewed simply as a starting point in the building process.
Second-year head coach Ryan Dupic has higher aspirations for what his program will eventually look like, but year one was an inarguable success. No NAIA baseball program with a first-year head coach produced a higher winning percentage than the .591 clip posted by the 2015 Bulldogs.
Alex Alstott had already gone through two colleges and had little idea of the road ahead. As late as early August of last summer, he continued to seek a home where he could play the sport he loved and that harbored a welcoming atmosphere.