• On Wednesday (Sept. 11), Concordia and McPherson duplicated the exact result from their meeting a year earlier - a 3-2 overtime victory for Concordia. This time Roger de la Villa played the part of the hero.

  • Concordia will hit the road twice this week as it looks to protect an unblemished record. The Bulldogs have jumped out to a 3-0 start for the fourth time during head coach Jason Weides' 12-year tenure.

  • Concordia faced its first deficit of the 2019 season and still passed the test while up against MidAmerica Nazarene on Saturday (Sept. 7). Moises Jacobo and David Carrasco scored goals in the 2-1 win.

  • A layoff of 10 days without a game will end on Saturday when Concordia is slated to host MidAmerica Nazarene in a matinee affair. The Bulldogs are 2-0 with two shutout victories.

  • After making just two starts in his collegiate career, Eduardo Alba has already picked up a GPAC weekly award. Alba was honored for his roll in last week's 3-0 victory over York. He made eight saves.

  • It got feisty between Concordia and York before things calmed down and the Bulldogs pulled away with a 3-0 victory. Freshman Eduardo Alba made eight saves while Concordia had three unique goal scorers.

  • With a brand new season underway, the Concordia men's soccer team already has a quality road win under its belt. The Bulldogs got a goal apiece from freshmen and defeated Oklahoma City, 2-0.

  • For the first time since 2012, the Bulldog men's team will open up a season on the road. A tough test awaits with Concordia headed to Oklahoma City University for an afternoon matchup on Saturday.

  • A consistently high achiever, the Concordia men's soccer program continues to have aspirations of making that leap to the top of the league standings. Senior Carlos Ferrer leads the way for the Bulldogs.