It was a hugely successful weekend for the Bulldog distance crew in action at the Husker Invite and Beile Classic. Kylahn Freiberg added two of the five new NAIA auto times produced by Concordia athletes in Lincoln or Crete.
After clearing 17 feet in the pole vault, Zach Zohner was honored on Wednesday (Jan. 31) with NAIA National and GPAC Athlete of the Week awards. Zohner currently paces the NAIA in the pole vault.
The fourth weekend of 2023-24 indoor competition for the Bulldogs will be made up of two meets: the Sevigne Husker Invitational and the Fred Beile Classic. Concordia athletes have combined for 21 NAIA 'A' standards.
While continuing to raise the bar, Zach Zohner cleared 17 feet in the pole vault and was named the NAIA Men's National Field Athlete of the Week by the USTFCCCA. Zohner leads the country in the event.
In the third-straight home meet to open the 2023-24 indoor season, Rylee Haecker starred in helping put two new 'A' standards on the board. Bulldog athletes combined for 13 event championships at the Concordia Classic.
Starring performances at the Concordia Polar Dog Invite from Kylahn Freiberg and Zach Zohner led to both Bulldogs being recognized as GPAC Athletes of the Week on Jan. 24.
National recognition came the way of the Concordia University Track & Field 4x800 meter relay that starred at Concordia Polar Dog Invite. The USTFCCCA honored the group as NAIA Women's National Athletes of the Week.
Concordia Track & Field will get comfortable at its home Walz Fieldhouse for the third-straight meet to begin the 2023-24 indoor season. Athletes from 10 institutions are set to compete at this weekend's Concordia Classic.
While making a return to action, Concordia athletes combined to for five new meet records and two fresh automatic national qualifying standards. Leading the way, Kylahn Freiberg crushed the 5k and Zach Zohner upped his NAIA best pole vault mark.
The resumption of the 2023-24 indoor season was put on hold another week due to inclement wintry weather. The Bulldogs will welcome athletes from 11 different institutions at Friday's Polar Dog Invite.
Both Concordia programs expect a lot of themselves after placing in the top 10 nationally a year ago. The Bulldogs will be led by stars like Jacob Cornelio, Adrianna Shaw, Cody Williams and many others.
Incoming Bulldogs Chase Berry and Josie Puelz are getting set for a unique opportunity to rub elbows with Olympians at the Capitol District Pole Vault in Omaha on Aug. 1. Berry and Puelz bring lofty expectations to Concordia.
We call this an “untold story” because for quite some time, Samantha “Sam” Liermann chose to keep her struggles mostly between herself, her coach and those closest to her.
Claire Cornell and Mackenzie Koepke have taken advantage of a historic point in time for Concordia athletics. After contributing to a national title in basketball, the two freshmen will take to the national stage in outdoor track.
The small town boy from Imperial, Neb., has big time game. Cody Williams first came on Concordia's radar after a chance encounter. It hasn't taken long for Williams to become one of Concordia's brightest stars.
There’s momentum heading into the outdoor season for the Concordia track and field squads, which are coming off top 10 NAIA indoor national finishes. The Bulldog women won the GPAC indoor title.
The current Concordia women's 4x400 meter relay is uniquely special, and not just because it is now the indoor school record holder. Take a closer look at a faith-filled group that is just beginning to reach its full potential.
Some special things have transpired in the opening three weeks of the indoor season for Concordia track and field. A team effort across the board has the Bulldogs ranked second nationally for both men and women.
Not one to get too high or too low, senior Leah Larson has provided a calming presence for the Bulldog track and field jumps crew. The Norfolk, Neb., native has flourished in her senior season for nationally-ranked Concordia.
Led by stars such as Samantha Liermann and Cody Williams, the Concordia University track and field programs again have expectations of remaining a threat on the GPAC and national levels in 2019.