Led by its powerful throwing program, Concordia University track and field has won both a men's and women's team national title over the past two seasons. Just how was the NAIA's top throwing program built?
The Concordia women won a track and field national title for the first time ever while the men finished as a national runner up at the 2016 outdoor championships. Individually, Zach Lurz won the shot put title.
Out of the shadows of fellow national championship teammates, Josh Slechta has made himself into a standout even amongst a loaded group of Bulldog throwers.
Matt Beisel is set to return to his alma mater. The 1992 Concordia grad has been named head coach of Bulldog cross country and track and field.
Described as a "free spirit," the confident McKenzie Gravo is just scratching the surface of her vast potential - and she's already a two-time GPAC champion and an All-American.
Head coach of Concordia cross country and track and field since 1992, Dr. Kregg Einspahr has announced he has accepted a full-time teaching position within the science department.
The Concordia track and field programs return to action on Saturday at the Hastings Invite. They are both fresh off top-five national finishes at the indoor national championships.
Junior Cody Boellstorff proved his dominance in the weight throw over the 2016 indoor season. The thrower's improved technical ability and confidence has helped him reach new lengths as a Bulldog.
Kim Wood put together an are-you-for-real-right-now sort of moment at the GPAC championships as an example of what makes sports great. Here's how it happened.
Four Concordia track and field athletes top the NAIA leaderboard as part of an impressive 2016 indoor season. These Top Dawgs have again made the Bulldogs a national player.