• The Concordia Men’s Tennis team went west to Hastings for its final regular season dual on Saturday morning (Apr. 20). With the Broncos only having four athletes, the Dawgs pounced on their conference rival, 6-1, and sealed their spot in the conference tournament.

  • The Concordia University Men’s Tennis team hosted senior day inside the Walz Fieldhouse on Tuesday night (Apr. 16). Midland pulled ahead with a doubles point, and made it tough on the Bulldogs through the end of the 2-5 dual.

  • Seemingly right after daybreak, Concordia competed early with Wartburg College (Iowa) on a beautiful sunny Saturday (Apr. 13). The Bulldogs and Knights went at it, as two evenly matched teams came down to the wire in doubles and singles play.

  • Wednesday, Apr. 10, 2024

    Tigers too much for Bulldogs in Crete

    The Concordia Men’s Tennis team found their way to Crete, Neb. to face off against conference rival Doane on Wednesday night (Apr. 10). The Bulldogs gave their all against a mix of veterans and newcomers for the Tigers, but dropped the dual, 1-6.

  • The Dawgs will face two different opponents in the coming days, starting with Doane on Wednesday (Apr. 10) and Wartburg College (Iowa) on Saturday. Concordia out-battled Northwestern in a 4-3 dual victory, taking its first win of the conference season.

  • Concordia University Men’s Tennis moved the dual versus Northwestern inside to Walz Fieldhouse after an uncharacteristically windy day in Seward. The Bulldogs got ahead in doubles play but had to claw out the Red Raiders in the 4-3 final.

  • The Concordia Men’s Tennis team is set to host Northwestern on Saturday (Apr. 6) in Seward. Ranked closely in the conference, the Bulldogs will need to bring their A-game against the Red Raiders inside Walz Fieldhouse.

  • The Concordia Men’s Tennis team was on the road for its third straight dual on Sunday (Mar. 24). Taking on the University of Nebraska-Kearney, the Bulldogs were swept (0-7) by the Lopers inside the Ernest Grundy Tennis Center.

  • The Concordia Men’s Tennis team made the drive to a wintery Sioux City, Iowa, and played indoors against Morningside, the top ranked team in the conference. The Mustangs jumped out to an early lead and shut out the Bulldogs, 0-7, in their second conference dual.