• Facing a late 79-73 deficit, the Bulldogs used a 12-0 run to pull out a win at Midland, 89-83, on Wednesday (Feb. 19). Four Concordia players had 14 or more points in holding off the Warriors.

  • Led by seniors Brevin Sloup and Tanner Shuck, the Bulldogs avenged their most lopsided loss this season by pummeling No. 18 Mount Marty, 98-74, on Saturday (Feb. 15). Sloup poured in a game high 29 points.

  • A three-game skid came to an end while the lengthy series win streak over Hastings continued. An elevated second half defensive performance and clutch play for Brevin Sloup keyed an 83-77 win.

  • The result may not have been what the Bulldogs had hoped for, but it’s play on the court was vastly improved from its previous two road outings. Gage Smith netted five treys in the loss at Dordt.

  • Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020

    Offense slumps in loss at Doane

    For the second-straight outing, the Bulldogs were held below 60 points in a GPAC defeat. Justin Wiersema (17 points, 12 rebounds) recorded his first career double-double despite the 64-59 loss at Doane.

  • In the mix near the top of the jumbled GPAC standings, the Bulldogs hope to get back in the win column as they make trips to Doane and Dordt this week. Concordia has won 10 of its last 12 games.

  • Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020

    Hot shooting ends at Corn Palace

    In action Saturday (Feb. 1) at the Corn Palace, the Bulldogs did not look like the team that had won 10 of its last 11 games. Concordia shot only 28.3 percent from the floor and suffered a 71-50 road loss.

  • Concordia led by as many as 24 points, only to have that lead dwindle to two in the final minute on Wednesday (Jan. 29). However, Tanner Shuck (23 points) and the Bulldogs held on for an 86-82 win over Northwestern.