• While hosting a five-team dance field, Concordia placed third in a triangular with Hastings and Missouri Baptist University and then won a dual over College of Saint Mary. Coach Mandi Maser’s team posted scores of 68.25 and 72.90 on the day.

  • After hosting invitationals for each of the previous three seasons, the Concordia Dance program will host its first-ever largescale dual competition when action gets started on Saturday. The event will feature teams from seven institutions.

  • In action on Friday (Feb. 11), the Bulldogs posted a total of 70.47 and placed fifth out of nine times at the York Invitational. Head Coach Mandi Maser’s squad defeated the likes of York, Bethany College, McPherson College and Mount Marty.

  • A stretch of three-straight days with a competition continued on Thursday and Friday as Concordia Dance team ventured to rival GPAC schools and placed second in the triangular at Doane and fifth out of six teams at the Midland Invite.

  • The Bulldogs got the competition season going on Wednesday (Jan. 19) by hosting Morningside in a dual that was contested inside Friedrich Arena. The Mustangs emerged with the upper hand via a score of 74.85 compared to a score of 63.85 for Concordia.

  • Concordia University Dance has announced its competition schedule for the 2022 season. Among the highlights, CIT returns to Seward as one of four home dates this winter.