The Concordia Women's Golf program has announced a 2024 spring schedule featuring four official varsity events. The 2024 GPAC Championships are set for April 22-23 at Spencer Golf Club.
With a chance for bragging rights within the state, Concordia Women's Golf placed fifth at the Nebraska Intercollegiate. Sophomore Emery Custer placed 13th as the Bulldogs' top performer.
Strong winds wreaked havoc on the field of 30 golfers who played round one of the Nebraska Intercollegiate on Friday (Oct. 6). Logan Eschliman topped the Bulldogs by shooting an 88 (tied for 11th place).
Led by sophomore Emery Custer, Concordia Women's Golf placed seventh at the Hastings Bronco Invite. Custer shot an 82 in both rounds and placed in a tie for 12th individually. Only one tournament remains on the fall schedule.
Sophomores Emery Custer and Maddie Lewis came close to collegiate personal bests on Monday (Sept. 25) while leading Concordia Women's Golf in round one of the Hastings Invite. The Bulldogs reside in fifth place as a team.
Emery Custer equaled a career low with an 81 and the Bulldogs moved up a spot in the final team standings at the Buena Vista Invite. Concordia shot 360-342–702 for the tournament in Storm Lake, Iowa.
On the first of two days at the Buena Vista University Fall Invite, sophomore Emery Custer headlined the efforts of Concordia Women's Golf with an 85. As a team, the Bulldogs shot 360 and are in eighth place.
The Bulldogs slashed 14 strokes off their day one total at the Frommelt Classic while led by Maddie Lewis and Emery Custer. Concordia turned in the fourth lowest round at Green Valley Golf Course on Thursday (Sept. 14).
Maddie Lewis and Jennifer Gillotti shined for Concordia Women's Golf as the team returned to action on Wednesday (Sept. 13) for the Lila Frommelt Fall Classic. The Bulldogs carded a team score of 355 at Two Rivers Golf Club.
The Bulldogs took nine golfers to their first tournament of the 2023-24 golf season as they wrapped up the Mount Marty Invite on Friday (Sept. 1).
A roster led by GPAC Newcomer of the Year Emery Custer and veterans Logan Eschliman and Mya Nurse has retooled with a strong group of newcomers. Concordia Women's Golf aims to move up from its 10th place GPAC finish in 2022-23.
Part of the Concordia Athletics Hall of Fame class of 2023, Amy (Ahlers) Allgood achieved a fairytale finish while winning the GPAC title her senior year. It was just a small part of what makes Amy a uniquely special Bulldog alum.
In the post-Kendra Placke era, Concordia Women's Golf is banking on the combined improvement of returners such as Logan Eschliman, Lauren Havlat and Mya Nurse and newcomer Emery Custer as it aims to remain a top-five GPAC team.
Momentum has built for a Concordia Women’s Golf program that has placed third in the GPAC in back-to-back seasons. Three-time All-GPAC performer Kendra Placke is back to lead the way.
It has been almost a full year since the Concordia women have competed at their last official meet back on September 30, 2019. It is an understatement to say they are eager to return to the links.
Former state champion Kendra Placke is one of the latest in a growing line of Seward Bluejays to stand out at Concordia. Says Placke, "Seward is a great town. There is a great community here."
Concordia alum and former Bulldog golfer Madison Pitsch has made her way to the TV screen as a news reporter for 1011 in Lincoln. Pitsch shared stories of her young career in this Q&A.
Crete native Murphy Sears did not get to paint the finishing strokes of a collegiate golf career that included three All-GPAC conference awards, but she's thankful for the time she's had.
Murphy Sears returns as the leader of a women's golf program expecting to trend upward in 2018-19. She will be joined by Seward's Kendra Placke in an improved lineup for head coach Brett Muller.
In the void of graduated star Amy Ahlers steps sophomore Murphy Sears, an all-conference performer as a freshman. Sears headlines a 2017-18 Concordia women's golf program set to open up the season on Aug. 31.