• 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.

  • A deficit of 14 points in the fourth quarter could not be made up on Saturday (Nov. 13) as the ninth-ranked Bulldogs fell on the road, 74-68, to Briar Cliff. The contest marked the GPAC opener for both sides.

  • Concordia will have had a week off from game action by the time the ball is tipped in Sioux City on Saturday. The Bulldogs will be at Briar Cliff for the GPAC opener for both sides.