Rylee Haecker, Calvin Rohde and Camden Sesna are preparing to hit the course at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site on Friday for the 2021 NAIA Cross Country National Championships.
Three Bulldogs are set to represent Concordia Cross Country at the 2021 NAIA Cross Country National Championships. Rylee Haecker, Calvin Rohde and Camden Sesna have officially been named national qualifiers.
The highlight for the Bulldogs at the GPAC Championships on Saturday (Nov. 6) were top 10 individual finishes turned in by Rylee Haecker, Calvin Rohde and Camden Sesna. Concordia placed fourth on the men's side and fifth on the women's side.
The Concordia Cross Country teams enter the 2021 GPAC Championships still hopeful of attaining the goals that were set prior to the start of the season. The women's program seeks a second GPAC title in three seasons.
Healthy and mentally rejuvenated, Kearney, Neb., native Camden Sesna has thrived this fall while leading the way for the Bulldogs at every meet. A year after a tough finish to cross country, Sesna sees a positive outlook ahead of him.
In action for the first time in three weeks, the Concordia Cross Country teams turned in place finishes of second on the women's side and fifth on the men's side at the Mount Marty Invite on Saturday (Oct. 23).
For the second time in three weeks, Camden Sesna has been named the GPAC Cross Country Runner of the Week. Sesna outpaced all conference and NAIA competition at last week's Briar Cliff Invite.
A stellar fall continued for the Concordia Cross Country teams as both again outraced their GPAC and NAIA opposition while in action at the Briar Cliff Invitational in North Sioux City on Friday (Oct. 1).
An impressive start to the 2021 season has pushed Concordia Women's Cross Country to No. 15 in the NAIA national poll. The Bulldogs are coming off a meet championship at the Morningside Invitational.
After posting the top 8k time of any GPAC runner this season, Camden Sesna has been named the GPAC Runner of the Week. Sesna was the runner up at the Morningside Invitational.
Cross country teams chock full of key returners are getting set to officially open up their 2018 seasons on Friday night. Head coach Matt Beisel's squads are led by seniors Taylor Grove and Thomas Taylor.
Led by Molly (Engel) Christensen, head coach Kregg Einspahr's 2004 women's cross country team dominated its conference competition, galloped to a national runner-up finish and into the Concordia Athletic Hall of Fame.
Led by Emily Deschaine and Pat Wortmann, head coach Matt Beisel's cross country squads are on the upswing. A large class of freshmen has brought a new energy to preseason training.
Emily Sievert fought injury and then brushed aside her crutches for an all-conference finish and a berth in the cross country national championships. Here's how she did it.
Concordia University will officially kick start the 2016 season this Saturday under the guidance of a new leader. Head coach Matt Beisel's teams are eyeing top-three GPAC finishes.
After 24 years under Kregg Einspahr, Concordia cross country is in the midst of a transition with first-year head coach Matt Beisel at the helm.
Concordia women’s cross country has again become a mainstay among the NAIA’s top-ranked squads. The 2015 Bulldogs have made six appearances in the national poll.
Most people don’t understand why they do what they do. In fact more often than not, the sanity of someone who would put him or herself through immense amounts of discomfort for the sake of competing in a race – is questioned.