Fresh off a thrilling 2021 indoor season, the Bulldogs have high hopes for the spring. The roster has been beefed up for outdoor track & field, which is back after a year hiatus in 2020.
The success experienced by the Concordia Women's Track & Field program has been a byproduct of the special combination of talent, faith, family atmosphere and elite competition within the program.
There have been moments of frustration and self-doubt, but senior Anna Baack overcame those struggles to return to a national qualifying level. Her story is one of perseverance with the help of a strong support system.
Xavier Ross enjoyed a breakthrough 2020 indoor season and now hopes for even better in 2021. The Chicago area native has his sights set on the school's 400 meter record.
Concordia's storied track and field programs enter a new season thankful for the opportunity to compete. The Bulldogs will kick things off with the Early Bird Meet on Dec. 4-5.
He can help fix your roof and he can make you smile. National champion track star and alum Michael Saalfeld owns a fun and endearing personality to go along with all the accolades.
There had been many close calls and a series of national runner-up claims made by Concordia athletic teams in a variety of sports. In May of 2015, men's track & field broke through with a long-awaited team national title.
She's a GPAC champion, a "pro hammocker" and a "novice kayaker." Kennedy Mogul is helping uplift her teammates during these strange times with her colorful personality.
A senior in the class of 2020, Jacob Cornelio has made the decision to return in the spring of 2021 to complete his outdoor track and field eligibility. He discussed that decision and his NAIA weight throw title.
Concordia track and field was fortunate to complete its indoor season, but then had the 2020 outdoor campaign wiped out. Coach Matt Beisel expects this to be just a temporary speed bump for his programs.