Three Concordia University women’s soccer players received conference honors for their efforts in the 2010 season. Jamie Sanchez was a second team All-GPAC selection, while Kelly Ross and Hannah Denk received honorable mention All-Conference recognition.
Hastings College, the top seed in the GPAC Tournament, picked up a 3-1 women’s soccer win over Concordia University on Tuesday evening in Hastings. The Broncos improved to 13-4-1 on the year and advanced to the semifinals with the win. Concordia ended its season at 9-8-1.
Concordia scored five goals in the first half and cruised to a 7-0 women’s soccer win over Briar Cliff on Saturday evening in Seward.
Hastings College picked up a decisive 5-1 women’s soccer victory over Concordia University on Tuesday evening in Hastings.
Concordia University forward Jamie Sanchez is this week’s GPAC/Hauff Mid-America Sports women’s soccer offensive player-of-the-week. Sanchez, a junior from Lincoln, earned the honor after helping the Bulldogs to a pair of wins this past week.
On paper, the 2015 season looked like somewhat of a rebuilding year for Concordia University women’s soccer following a GPAC tournament championship season in 2014. The Bulldogs had graduated a pair of first team all-conference choices and a second team all-league selection after the program had earned its first-ever national tournament bid.
Concordia University women’s soccer continues to gravitate to new heights. On Tuesday the Bulldogs jumped five spots in the national poll to No. 16, a position that again ranks as the highest placement in program history.