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.
The Concordia University women’s soccer team picked up its third straight win with a 3-0 victory over Morningside College on Saturday evening in Sioux City. The Bulldogs improved to 8-6-1 overall and 4-4-1 in GPAC play.
The spring showcased a deep and talented roster for head coach Greg Henson's squad. The Bulldogs have laid the groundwork for another successful campaign in 2016.
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.