The selection of sophomore Chandler Folkerts as a second team NAIA All-Nebraska member highlighted a group of three Concordia University men’s basketball players honored on Sunday by the Omaha World-Herald.
In its final regular-season game of the year, the Concordia University men’s basketball squad fell just short of an upset with a 90-84 defeat at the hands of seventh-ranked Morningside in Sioux City, Iowa, on Saturday afternoon.
Justin Wiersema is the guy who catches every coach’s attention. It’s not simply because he’s good – it’s also because his motor never stops and his energy level never slips.
Thought picked sixth in the GPAC preseason poll, the Bulldogs like what they have with a backcourt that features Carter Kent and Justin Wiersema. Concordia is coming off a 2020 GPAC tournament title.
Carter Kent finds team success to be "addicting." The Crete High School product plans to take on more a leadership role this coming season as he progresses through a unique offseason.
Originally from Scotia, Neb., Glen Snodgrass arrived for classes at Concordia University in the fall of 1994. He starred on the hardwood and gridiron before becoming a state championship coach.
Let's answer the question: who wore it better? We ran down the top Bulldog men's basketball performers at each jersey number during the 20 seasons of GPAC hoops.
As head coach Grant Schmidt put it, "when they strapped on their shoes, they didn't lose." The 2004-05 squad reached the national title game and stands out as one of the most competitive and fiery in school history.
A senior class led by Tanner Shuck and Brevin Sloup steadied the men's basketball program and led it to the national tournament for the first time since 2005. The highlight of the campaign was a GPAC tournament title.
At long last, the Bulldogs are headed back to the national tournament after a 15-year hiatus. The GPAC tournament champions earned a No. 7 seed and a matchup with No. 2 seed Ottawa.
Brevin Sloup doesn't have to hide the pride he has for his hometown Seward. It works both ways. Now starring as the Bulldog point guard, Sloup inspires plenty of pride from the Seward community.
Tanner Shuck and Brevin Sloup return to provide scoring punch for a new-look Bulldog men's basketball team in 2018-19. Head coach Ben Limback's squad will also be reliant on a large group of newcomers.