A back-to-back national qualifier entering 2023-24, Concordia Men's Basketball will follow the lead of a star-studded frontcourt made up of stars Noah Schutte and Tristan Smith. The Bulldogs are challenging themselves to 'rise up' this winter.
In the 2023-24 GPAC Men’s Basketball Coaches’ Preseason Poll released on Thursday (Oct. 19), the Concordia University Men’s Basketball team appeared exactly where it finished this past season.
Six years since his graduation, Chandler Folkerts can't escape The Chanimal nickname that became a signature of the dominance the Milford native displayed in the post. The humble Folkerts recently took his place in the Concordia Athletics HOF.
Named the 2003-04 GPAC Player of the Year, Rick Dietze used his patented 'old-man game' to score more points than any other GPAC player his senior season. The soft-spoken Dietze is headed to the Concordia Athletics Hall of Fame.
Following a five-year run in college basketball, Gage Smith continues to satisfy his appetite for competition thanks to the rebirth of SlamBall. New to the sport, Smith has earned a roster spot on the MOB and will appear on ESPN later in July.
A new season of Concordia University Men’s Basketball will launch at the 24th annual Cattle Classic. Highlights outside of league action include home games against two fellow 2023 national qualifiers and a pre-Christmas trip to Hawaii.
For the third season in a row, the Concordia Men's Basketball has laid claim to having the top small college player in the state of Nebraska. That distinction goes to Noah Schutte, as selected by the Omaha World-Herald.
After a season of averaging more than 20 points per game, Noah Schutte has landed on the list of 2023 NAIA Honorable Mention All-Americans. Schutte is the fourth different Bulldog coached by Ben Limback to earn All-America status.
The 2022-23 Bulldogs will be remembered for their ability to redefine themselves in the middle of the season and get on a roll that led into the national tournament. Noah Schutte and Gage Smith were the stars who guided Concordia through adversity.
Gage Smith has joined the likes of Chandler Folkerts and Carter Kent as Concordia Men's Basketball players to be named Academic All-Americans by College Sports Communicators. Smith studies Business Administration.
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.
A new-look Bulldog men's basketball team opened official practice on Monday (Sept. 24). Junior Tanner Shuck says that the group of newcomers has brought a jolt to energy to the 2018-19 team.
Mike Works proved to be the missing piece for a Concordia men's basketball program that broke through with national tournament appearances in 1991 and 1992. Works is now headed for the Concordia Athletic Hall of Fame.
From 2003 to 2007, Jon Ziegler piled up points like no Bulldog ever had. His journey to the Concordia Athletic Hall of Fame included his signature 47-point game versus Sioux Falls and a national championship game appearance.
A sophomore class headed by Jake Hornick and Clay Reimers allowed Concordia to surpass the expectations of outsiders in 2017-18. The Bulldogs jumped out to a 12-3 record before finishing at 17-13 overall.
Concordia is 5-1 behind a sophomore group that has already shown tremendous growth since last season. Four second-year players have pushed their way into the starting lineup for the rising Bulldogs.
With Chandler Folkerts and Eli Ziegler having moved on, it's time for the next wave of stars to emerge for the Concordia men's basketball program. Several sophomores are candidates to fill their big shoes.
According to Coach Grant Schmidt, the 1991-92 men's basketball team "created an environment at Concordia that we had never seen before." The Bulldogs surprised many by storming to the national semifinals.