Crete native Camry Moore had really risen to star status in 2020 over the first 14 games of the softball season. She answered a variety of questions in a Q&A with Concordia Athletic Communications.
Before the 2020 season was brought to a halt, the Bulldogs had confirmed what Shawn Semler believed. This team was the real deal. Concordia displayed a mix of talent and chemistry in a hot start.
Behind the likes of Hhana Haro, Tori Homolka, Camry Moore and Kylee Nixon, the Bulldogs are stocked with reliable veterans. Coach Shawn Semler's squad is going by the motto "never settle" in 2020.
A group of newcomers added some speed and athleticism to a roster already loaded with proven veterans. The results were impressive this fall for a Concordia softball team in good position to compete at the to of the GPAC.
The 2005 Bulldog softball team will officially join the Concordia Athletic Hall of Fame on Sept. 27. Guided by head coach Frank Greene, the '05 squad captured the program's first GPAC regular-season title.
The 2019 Bulldogs won 70 percent of their games and placed third in the GPAC. It was a positive step in the first season of head coach Shawn Semler's tenure. Concordia hopes it's just a start.
With practice underway, the Concordia softball program now looks ahead to its season opening doubleheader set for Feb. 15 at MidAmerica Nazarene. Shawn Semler enters his first season as Bulldog head coach.
With softball season just around the corner, three Crete High School alums are looking forward to another season as teammates. Jamie Lefebure, MacKinsey Schmidt and Camry Moore all call Concordia home.
The Bulldog softball team got acquainted with new head coach Shawn Semler during a successful fall season. A more experienced bunch went a perfect 7-0 during its fall exhibition run.
Head coach Todd LaVelle has a high standard for the Bulldog softball program. While wrapping up the 2018 campaign that finished with a .500 record, LaVelle discussed how 2019 could be different.