Concordia sophomore Shawn Rodehorst soared to all-conference honors by climbing into the top 10 on the GPAC individual leaderboard following the conclusion of the four conference qualifier events.
Concordia sophomore Shawn Rodehorst has received weekly honors from the GPAC for the second time in less than a month.
Sophomore Shawn Rodehorst capped an incredible run this spring by breaking the Concordia school record for lowest average round in a season.
Preseason preparation has begun in earnest as the first week of classes has arrived. Since last season concluded in late April, the Concordia Men’s Golf team has set its sights on making a move within the GPAC.
After a seventh-place GPAC finish, the Concordia men’s squad is looking improve in 2020-2021.
Concordia alum Shawn Rodehorst completed his third season as head women’s golf coach at the University of Nebraska-Kearney in 2019-20. He discussed his coaching career and Bulldog memories in this Q&A interview.
An inspirational student-athlete, senior Nolan Zikas has been named the 2018 winner of the David Toms Overcoming Adversity Award. The award is presented to one collegiate male golfer in the nation each year.
Nolan Zikas and Tylar Samek return to the lineup for head coach Brett Muller's men's golf program. They are likely to be joined by a host of transfers that Muller hopes will help push the team near the top of the GPAC.
Behind the likes of Russell Otten and Nolan Zikas, the 2017-18 Concordia men's golf team has hopes of moving up the conference standings. The Bulldogs open their season Sept. 1 at the Midland Invite.
Nolan Zikas is a winner. In life. On the course. Said Zikas, "I enjoy being an inspiration. I like telling my story. I want kids to know that they can overcome this."
Concordia men's golf brings back each of its top five players from a year ago, including Reid Wiebe and inspirational Nolan Zikas.
Consider Concordia junior Reid Wiebe the Happy Gilmore of GPAC golfers. No, Wiebe does not stutter step his way into his tee shot, but his powerful drives are enough to make Shooter McGavin jealous. Wiebe attacks par fives with the tenacity of a Seward squirrel on an acorn.
Both Concordia golf programs continued their ascent in the league standings in 2014-15. Now in his fifth season, head coach Brett Muller expects his squads to produce even better results throughout the 2015-16 campaign.