Bulldogs back in action after idle week

By Hunter Corneliusen on Oct. 26, 2020 in Women's Soccer

SEWARD, Neb. – After a frustrating week that saw both matches get postponed, the Concordia Women’s Soccer team continues their GPAC slate this week. The Bulldogs only have one match this week as they host Doane on Wednesday.

Wednesday, Oct. 28 vs. Doane (0-7-3, 0-5-3), 5:30 p.m.


Last week’s home match against Briar Cliff was postponed due to the Chargers dealing with COVID-19 related issues. The match against Briar Cliff will now be the season finale as it has been rescheduled for Nov. 14, at 1 p.m. Saturday’s match at Presentation was postponed due to mother nature as forecasts were calling for nearly ten inches of snow. The game will now take place on Nov. 8 at noon.

Concordia is on a three-game winning streak while winning all three contests by one goal, including two in overtime. The Bulldogs currently sit in first place in the GPAC standings. Briar Cliff is in second place with a 5-0 GPAC record however Concordia leads them due to playing more games.

Concordia will welcome Doane to town on Wednesday as they continue their rivalry series. The Bulldogs hold a seven-game winning streak over the Tigers dating back to 2013. 

Doane (0-7-3) has struggled mightily on offense this season as the Tigers have only scored three goals in ten games so far. Doane is averaging just 0.3 goals per game this season, which ranks dead last in the GPAC. The Tigers defense is allowing three goals per game. However, goalkeeper Danielle Dubovy is averaging an impressive nine saves per game, which currently ranks fifth in the NAIA. Doane is coming off of a 1-1 tie against Dordt this past weekend. The Tigers were slated at 11th in the 2020 GPAC Preseason Coaches’ Poll.

Following the game against Doane, the Bulldogs will travel to Fremont, Neb., on Nov. 4., as they square off against Midland. Kickoff is set for 5 p.m. CT.