Three Bulldogs from the Concordia dance team have landed on the list of 2019 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes. The group includes three seniors: Taeva Hoppe, Neleigh Lehr and Sarah Rogge.
In its final outing prior to the GPAC championships, the Concordia dance squad dropped a dual at Morningside on Wednesday (Feb. 7). The Bulldogs continue to improve their scores meet-to-meet.
While hosting the largest cheer and dance competition in program history, the Bulldogs placed sixth in dance at the Concordia Invite on Saturday (Feb. 2). The Bulldogs were joined by six GPAC schools.
The Bulldog cheer and dance programs are getting set to welcome teams from seven opposing institutions as part of the largest cheer and dance competition ever hosted by Concordia. It will take place on Saturday.
In conjunction with the annual CIT, the Bulldog dance team tested itself against three other Concordias and wound up in fourth place in the competition in Ann Arbor, Mich.
The Bulldog dance team placed third in their first competitions of 2019, which took place at the Doane Invite on Jan. 19. The meet included GPAC opposition in Doane and Hastings.
Head coach Mandi Maser's dance program landed four student-athletes on the NAIA's list of 2018 Scholar-Athletes. The Bulldog honorees include two seniors and six juniors.
The competition season ended on Friday (Feb. 23) for the Concordia dance squad placed ninth at the NAIA Competitive Cheer & Dance Northwest Qualifier hosted by Morningside.
Head coach Mandi Maser's dance team produced a performance without any deductions while finishing eighth at the GPAC championships hosted by Hastings on Saturday (Feb. 10).
The Concordia University cheer and dance teams were in action on Feb. 3 in conjunction with the Bulldog basketball games. Bulldog dance defeated Northwestern by a score of 77 to 72.5.
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.