The Bulldogs hope to bottle up the offensive efficiency they displayed in the 106-69 rout of Doane last week as they prep for matchups with Hastings and Briar Cliff. Concordia ranks 13th nationally in scoring average.
Concordia's home men’s and women’s basketball scheduled for Saturday (Jan. 13) versus Dordt has been postponed. The makeup date will be February 5, 2024.
Brad Bennett drained six 3-point field goals in the first half alone while leading Concordia to a trouncing of Doane, 106-69, inside Friedrich Arena on Wednesday (Jan. 10). The Bulldogs shot 60.3 percent as a team.
A three-game homestand continues this week for the Bulldogs, who are fresh off a 92-71 victory over Dakota Wesleyan. Doane and Dordt will make visits to Friedrich Arena as GPAC play continues.
Rebounding and fast break points helped Concordia light up the scoreboard early, creating a double digit (19) halftime lead and never looking back in the 92-71 dominant conference win.
In late February of 1971, Tom Raabe accomplished something no other Concordia basketball player ever had: reach 2,000 career points. Raabe left a lasting legacy while starting all 101 games over his four-year career.
A 22-point hole doomed Concordia as it attempted to earn a regular season sweep of Jamestown. The Bulldogs got all the way back within three before falling by an 89-79 score in North Dakota on Wednesday (Jan. 3).
GPAC play resumes in the year 2024 as the Bulldogs look ahead to matchups with Jamestown and Dakota Wesleyan. Concordia owns a four-game GPAC win streak and sits at 9-3 overall this season.
Double-doubles from both Noah Schutte and Tristan Smith and a 25-9 surge to close the first half made the difference on Saturday (Dec. 30) as the Bulldogs (5-1 on the road) earned a 90-75 win at St. Ambrose.
In its final outing of the calendar year 2023, Concordia will be headed across the state of Iowa to take on St. Ambrose. The Bulldogs have been idle since splitting a pair of nailbiters at the Big Island Holiday Classic.
They make up two-thirds of the starting frontcourt for Concordia Men's Basketball. Built different, brothers Gage and Tristan Smith are all about family and forging memories together. Together, they are a dynamic duo.
In nearly a quarter century in his role, the unmistakable Coach Grant Schmidt guided the Concordia Men’s Basketball program in ways only he could. His passion and care inspired a reverence for him that is still emotionally felt by his former players.
The 2022-23 Concordia Men's Basketball team takes on the task of following up one of the greatest seasons in school history. The Bulldogs return three starters and one of the most athletic frontcourts the program has ever put on the court.
AD Devin Smith refers to the 2021-22 Bulldogs as the "best team I've ever seen play here." The road to Kansas City included buzzer beaters, court storms, GPAC championships and memories that will never fade.
The 2021-22 Concordia Men's Basketball season will never be forgotten. The Bulldogs celebrated GPAC regular season and tournament titles and reached the NAIA national quarterfinals while being characterized by a team first attitude.
He's a small school farm boy with a big-time game. Noah Schutte made that clear during the Bulldogs' run to the NAIA National Quarterfinals. The former 2,000-point high school scorer isn't about to rest on his laurels - and he'll no longer fly under the radar.
He's a straight 'A' biology student and one of the most prolific scorers in program history. Carter Kent truly is 'that guy.' He's unassuming, intelligent, a leader and comes through in the clutch. He's a Concordia Bulldog great.
An all-time classic moment that will go down in Concordia University Men’s Basketball lore caught the attention of ESPN’s SportsCenter. The closing seconds were aired on multiple editions of the show on Thursday (Feb. 17).
The group of four-year student-athletes within the program represents the ideals of Concordia Men's Basketball. Christian character. Toughness. Resilience. Class acts. Servant leaders. High academic achievers. Winners.
Concordia Men's Basketball enters 2021-22 feeling like it "left some meat on the bone" last season when the program missed out on the national tournament. The Bulldogs return their top seven scorers, including three All-GPAC honorees.