Plenty firepower returns to a Concordia lineup that averaged nearly 6.5 runs per game in 2016. Head coach Todd LaVelle's Bulldogs were picked to finish third in the GPAC preseason poll. The season begins Friday (Feb. 10) in Fort Worth, Texas.
Junior-to-be Michaela Woodward recently journeyed to South Africa to play and teach softball. She also swam with great white sharks.
One of the nation's most productive offenses, led by Autumn Owens, helped Concordia softball to its sixth 30-win season in program history.
A fierce competitor, sophomore third baseman Autumn Owens is enjoying a season that rates historically impressive among Concordia softball players all-time.
Co-ace pitchers Kylie Harpst and Michaela Woodward serve as two major reasons why the Concordia softball team is out to a 17-6 start.
Coming off back-to-back national tournament appearances, head coach Todd LaVelle's softball program enters 2016 with usual high aspirations. The Bulldogs open up the season Friday and Saturday in Dallas, Texas.
Winding paths led Kylie Harpst and Taylor Huff, former Lincoln North Star teammates, to Concordia to reunite with head coach Todd LaVelle.
A 17-game fall exhibition slate did nothing to dampen the spirits of a Concordia University softball program coming off back-to-back appearances at the NAIA national tournament. If anything, it only whetted appetites for spring 2016.
In 2014 then first-year head coach Todd LaVelle guided the Concordia University softball team to its first-ever national tournament appearance. A year later the Bulldogs captured the program’s first-ever win on the national stage.
For the second time in program history, and for the first time since 2007, the Concordia University softball team has earned the distinction of GPAC tournament champion.