The Concordia men's and women's cross country teams emerged from the Morningside Invite with first-place finishes. They were led individually by champion Grace Reiman and runner-up Camden Sesna.
In a large field of strong competitors, the Bulldogs turned in Augustana Twilight finishes of eighth on the women's side and 12th on the men's side. Both Concordia teams defeated ranked GPAC rivals.
Augustana University will welcome a large field of teams to the Augustana Twilight on Friday (Sept. 3). The women's race will begin at 8:30 p.m. CT with the men to follow at 9 p.m.
While focusing their mentality around the mottos of "step up" and "run as one," the Concordia Cross Country teams are putting behind last season. The Bulldogs have high hopes for 2021.
Concordia Cross Country has announced a 2021 schedule that includes four meets leading up to the GPAC Championships. The season will begin on Sept. 3 at the Augustana Twilight.
The Concordia Cross Country squads entered the GPAC Championships hoping for top-three finishes. The Bulldogs settled for fourth on the women's side and sixth on the men's side.
Both Concordia Cross Country teams are hopeful of earning top-three finishes at the conference meet on Saturday. The event will be held at Fox Run Golf Course in Yankton, S.D.
A 12th-place national finisher in 2019, the Concordia Women's Cross Country program is back in the NAIA top 25 at No. 22. Meanwhile, the men are receiving votes in the poll.
While returning to action for the first time in three weeks, the Bulldogs turned in place finishes of third (women) and fifth (men) at the Mount Marty Invite on Saturday (Oct. 24).
After a long three-week lay-off, the Concordia Bulldogs Cross Country teams are back in action this Saturday, Oct. 24, at the Mount Marty Invitational. The meet will be held at Fox Run Golf Course in Yankton, S.D.
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