The 2020-21 Concordia dance schedule will feature an enhanced dual schedule. The program announced its slate for next winter on April 30. CIT will be back in Seward as one of the major highlights.
In NAIA Northwest Regional Qualifier action, the Concordia dance team made a big move forward with a fourth-place finish.
While hosting for the final time in 2020, the Concordia cheer and dance teams hosted Hastings and Peru State in conjunction with home basketball games. The Bulldog dance team defeated Hastings on the night.
Courtesy of her demonstration of specific skills at last week's GPAC Championships, freshman Katie Anderson has been named an honorable mention all-conference award winner.
While competing at the fourth annual GPAC Cheer and Dance Championships, the Bulldogs placed sixth out of 10 teams in dance. Concordia now gets set for the regional competition.
In what served as a bit of a tune up prior to the GPAC Championships this Saturday, Concordia dance team showed improvement while up against Doane. The Bulldogs continue to boost their scores.
While hosting a large-in-scale invite for the second year in a row, the Bulldogs placed sixth in dance on Saturday (Feb. 1). They also used the day to honor their senior class.
Athletes from 10 different institutions will convene upon Walz Arena on Saturday for the Concordia Invite. The Bulldogs are coming off competitions at CIT last week at Concordia-Chicago.
In conjunction with the annual basketball event, the Bulldog dance team placed fourth at the Concordia Invitational Tournament. CUNE was given a score of 51.33 for its performance.
The dance competition season is underway for the Bulldogs, who placed second out of three teams at the Doane Invitational. Up next, Concordia will host Morningside on Wednesday and then head to CIT.
Following a record-breaking 2023 season, Concordia Competitive Dance aspires to reach the national stage in 2024. The list of returnees includes All-GPAC honorees Ryleigh Flesner, Taylor Larsen and Avery Lewis.
A year after placing seventh at the GPAC Championships/NAIA Qualifier event, the Bulldogs have high hopes for 2023. They return six of eight athletes from the qualifying roster and bring in a class of talented freshmen.
Momentum continues to build for Concordia Competitive Dance following a 2021 season of major gains. Haleigh Fitzsimmons leads a group that placed fourth in the GPAC last season while improving its scores across the board.
On the eve of competition season, the Concordia University Dance team carries a new level of confidence into 2021. The Bulldogs will be led by captains Haleigh Fitzsimmons and Michelle Porath.