Named the protector of Concordia men’s soccer goal the past two matches, Gabriel Mendoza was honored as the GPAC/Hauff Mid-America Sports Defensive Player of the Week, as announced by the league on Tuesday (Sept. 12).
Five different Bulldogs notched at least one goal as the home team rolled to a 7-0 win over McPherson College (Kan.) on Saturday (Sept. 9). Concordia owned the shot count, 41-2, and got two goals from Okan Erkocu.
The Concordia men’s soccer team stepped on the field to face Bellevue University at a windy Papillion Landing as people lined the sideline with blankets and coats because of a fast temperature drop throughout the game.
The Bulldogs will travel for the first time to Bellevue University (Sept. 5), while returning home for a clash with McPherson College (Kan.) on Saturday (Sept. 9).
After having conceded two early goals in their first two matches, the Bulldogs locked down the Bluejays' attacking third claiming their first shutout Saturday night (Sept. 2).
Concordia let an early nightmare goal slip through against York University for the second game in a row, but once again the Bulldogs stayed unphased rattling off three unanswered.
With the first notch in their 2023 belt, Concordia will open the current week hosting two KCAC opponents starting with York University and Tabor College (Kan.).
With Graceland University (Iowa) down a man in the second half, the Bulldogs capitalized on a penalty kick by the foot of Victor Meneses (59’) kicking in a game winner on Saturday (Aug. 26).
The Concordia men’s soccer team’s quest to “go further” starts this Saturday (Aug. 26) as the defending GPAC Tournament Champion Bulldogs start with a standoff against Graceland University (Iowa).
For its exceptional work in the classroom, the Concordia Men’s Soccer program has garnered the 2022-23 College Team Academic Award from the United Soccer Coaches. Eight Bulldogs had earned Scholar-Athlete honors this past season.
With two senior captains having graduated, the Bulldogs are in the process of filling a leadership void. That was part of the focus this spring as head coach Jason Weides prepared his program for the 2019 season.
It was an entertaining season to be sure. Seven games went to overtime (12 total overtime periods) in a campaign that once again proved Concordia capable of competing with the best.
After letting go of a career in graphic design, Jason Weides has taken the Concordia men's soccer program to places it has never been before. Now in his 11th season, Weides has reached the 100-win mark.
On the brink of 100 career wins, Jason Weides begins his 11th season as head coach of a men's soccer program that has been a model of consistency. Stars such as Jack Bennett and Carlos Ferrer are back in the fold.
Five members of the standard setting 2017 Concordia men's soccer team spent the summer tearing it up with the Bugeaters FC, a newly formed United Premier Soccer League squad in Lincoln.
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.