• From a ratings perspective, it won't get any more challenging within conference play than the week ahead for the Bulldogs, who will host No. 8 Morningside before traveling to No. 14 Northwestern. Concordia is currently in third place with a 9-4 GPAC mark.

  • The GPAC win streak was halted at seven as the Bulldogs were hounded on Saturday (Jan. 15) by Jamestown defensive effort. Concordia fell, 65-51, in North Dakota while totaling a season low scoring output.

  • A beastly 53-31 advantage on the boards characterized the night for red hot Concordia, which cruised to an 87-58 victory over College of Saint Mary on Wednesday (Jan. 12). The Bulldogs pushed their GPAC win streak to seven.

  • An impressive performance in last week's win over Dakota Wesleyan leads No. 22 Concordia into matchups this week with College of Saint Mary and Jamestown. The Bulldogs (11-6, 8-3 GPAC) have won six-straight GPAC outings.

  • This may have been as complete of a performance as 22nd-ranked Concordia has put together this season. Mackenzie Toomey posted a career high 19 points and helped spur a 17-0 run that carried the Bulldogs to a 90-58 win over DWU.

  • Taysha Rushton returned to the lineup on Wednesday (Jan. 5) and rattled off 27 points as the 22nd-ranked Bulldogs won at Mount Marty, 83-58. Concordia (10-6, 7-3 GPAC) has won five-straight within league play.

  • It was a close call, but the Bulldogs pulled out an OT win over Doane on New Year's Day to move their GPAC win streak to four. Concordia now looks forward to playing at Mount Marty on Wednesday and hosting Dakota Wesleyan on Saturday.