• Concordia's ability to get stops in its zone D in the fourth quarter helped pave the way for a rally and an eventual 84-82 overtime win over No. 12 Northwestern. Taysha Rushton and Sadie Powell played critical roles down the stretch.

  • After trailing by double digits early on, the 25th-ranked Bulldogs rallied back behind a career high 24 points from Lauren Baker. Ultimately, No. 10 Morningside held off Concordia, 89-83, on Wednesday (Dec. 1).

  • A critical week of conference play is on tap as the Bulldogs go up against ranked foes Morningside and Northwestern, two teams with 3-0 GPAC records. Concordia is coming off a 76-66 win at No. 3 Wayland Baptist.

  • An early flurry helped propel the 21st-ranked Bulldogs to a 76-66 road upset of No. 3 Wayland Baptist in Plainview, Texas, on Saturday (Nov. 27). The Queens had owned a 50-game home win streak entering the weekend.

  • Jamestown's bid for a come-from-behind upset on the road was thwarted when Taysha Rushton banked in a shot at the buzzer. The Bulldogs celebrated a 69-67 win behind 20 points from Rushton on Tuesday (Nov. 23).

  • While struggling offensively, the 21st-ranked Bulldogs still managed to hang with No. 16 Dordt in Sioux Center, Iowa. However, Ashtyn Veerbeek and company were too much in a 69-60 Concordia loss on Saturday (Nov. 20).

  • Their best offensive performance of the season spurred the 21st-ranked Bulldogs to a 93-52 blowout of Midland on Wednesday (Nov. 17). Five Concordia players reached double figures and six drilled at least one 3-point basket.