A group of nine Bulldogs from the nationally ranked Concordia Men's Soccer team have been honored by the Omaha World-Herald as 2023 All-Midlands Team Selections. Three Bulldogs landed on the primary 11-person squad.
Nine Bulldogs from the Concordia Men’s Soccer program were honored with 2023 Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athlete recognition. The list includes four repeat award winners and five first-time honorees.
The sting of tripping up in the GPAC quarterfinals and missing the national tournament lingers, but the 2023 Bulldogs set new standards in many ways. They enjoyed an undefeated regular season and reached as high as No. 18 in the NAIA coaches' poll.
Matt Schultz represented the Concordia Men's Soccer program with 2023 Academic All-District accolades. The honor is awarded by College Sports Communicators and recognizes excellence in academics and athletics.
The 2023 NAIA men’s soccer selection show aired at 1 p.m. CT on Monday (Nov. 13) and revealed the Concordia men’s soccer team fell short of being chosen for an at-large national tournament bid.
Eight Bulldogs from Concordia Men's Soccer earned all-conference awards, as announced on Monday (Nov. 13). First team accolades went to Ferdi Hagen, Carter Hinman and Matt Schultz.
The 2023 GPAC men’s soccer tournament kicked off on Wednesday night (Nov. 1), as No. 3 seeded Concordia hosted No. 6 seeded Dordt.
The defending GPAC tournament champions collected their right to host a conference quarterfinal match for the second year in a row. The third-seeded unbeaten Concordia University Men’s Soccer team sets their sights on sixth-seeded Dordt for Wednesday’s bout beginning at 7 p.m. CT.
The 2023 men’s soccer team finished unbeaten with a 13-0-4 overall record and 7-0-4 in the conference. They are the first team to complete such a massive feat in the program’s 53-year history (1970).
The Bulldogs only have one match left on the regular season schedule as the team takes on Doane for the Wednesday bout (Oct. 25). Concordia will look to go unbeaten in the regular season for the first time in program history.
Raw emotions poured out all over Lloyd Wilson Field, engulfing a stadium that has made a habit of stamping out national tournament dreams for GPAC opposition.
The Concordia University men’s soccer team completed an improbable conference tournament run by slaying an elusive GPAC dragon on Thursday night. For the first time in program history, the Bulldogs raised the GPAC championship trophy by way of a 1-0 victory on the home field of top-seeded and 19th-ranked Hastings.
Concordia men’s soccer carries motivation from an agonizing 2014 season-ending defeat into a new year. After falling 2-1 in overtime to perennial power Hastings in the GPAC semifinal game, the Bulldogs have set their sights on taking another step.