• Another dominant run last week inside GPAC play leads into contests this week with Midland and Jamestown. The Bulldogs continue to hang one game out of first place in the league standings.

  • For the second meeting in a row with Briar Cliff, the Bulldogs forced 42 turnovers while again wreaking havoc with the press. Taylor Cockerill led a quartet of double figure scorers in the 87-58 win on Saturday (Jan. 12).

  • A balanced and red hot offensive performance helped spur a comfortable 102-85 win at 21st ranked Hastings on Wednesday (Jan. 9). Barry totaled 19 points and seven assists for an attack that shot 51.4 percent from the floor.

  • Philly Lammers still has never lost back-to-back games in her Concordia career. That fact remained true after she helped lead the Bulldogs to a 93-85 win over No. 5 Northwestern on Saturday (Jan. 5).

  • Fresh off a win over No. 2 Southeastern, the Bulldog women's basketball team resolves to remain atop the GPAC as the calendar flips to 2019. Concordia will play at Dordt on Wednesday and host Northwestern on Saturday.

  • After building a 19-point lead, the third-ranked Bulldogs were forced to dig deep and win a grinder. They did exactly that, pulling out a 59-51 victory over No. 2 Southeastern in Phoenix, Ariz., on Friday (Dec. 28).

  • Using superior depth, Concordia pushed the tempo exactly to its liking while scoring impressively in the paint. Philly Lammers and Colby Duvel were two of the ringleaders in a 105-63 blowout of No. 21 Arizona Christian.