The spring season has been given head men's soccer coach Jason Weides a chance to see how his team will adapt without an accomplished senior class. Carlos Ferrer looks to be on the brink of a breakout.
Due to a multitude of factors, Concordia men’s soccer continues to climb. Summed up by Lehenbauer, the prospect of competing for championships, “over time, became an expectation instead of a hope.”
An unforgettable senior class spurred the Concordia men's soccer team on to an unforgettable 2017 season that saw the Bulldogs shatter the program wins record. Concordia also reached the GPAC final.
Already owners of school records for overall wins and conference wins in a single season, the 2017 Bulldogs want more. An upset of No. 8 Hastings on Wednesday would give them at least a share of the GPAC regular-season title.
Lewis Rathbone is a soaking up a senior year that is off to a rip roaring start. The Manchester, England, native is one of the nation's leading goal scorers for one of the nation's last remaining unbeaten teams.
Already owner of a degree in sport management, Marcelo Hernandez decided to return for another year as a member of the men's soccer program. A big season for Hernandez could mean a big season for the Bulldogs.
The 2017 Concordia men's soccer roster features an abundance of both seniors and freshmen. With most key players back in place, the Bulldogs expect to again challenge the powers at the top of the conference.
Coming off a second-straight appearance in the GPAC championship game, Concordia men's soccer got back to the turf this spring and turned in impressive results. The Bulldogs are a seasoned bunch heading into the fall.
Piggybacking upon its 2015 GPAC title, the 2016 Bulldogs made a return trip to the conference finals. Head coach Jason Weides' program has proved it has staying power as one of the conference's best.
Five games. One goal allowed. The results have been impressive for Concordia's remade backline that takes from many different nations.