The coaching shift for Concordia women's soccer is now playing out during a "life in isolation." Announced as head coach in December, Thomas Goines is readying his team for 2020 via virtual means.
The Concordia women's soccer team faced some early challenges in 2019, but rebounded to once again prove competitive against the league's top teams. Chris Luther stepped in as head coach in a 6-11-2 campaign.
Greg Henson spent six years building the Concordia women's soccer program into a power. On Tuesday (July 9), Ferris State University introduced Henson as its new head women's soccer coach.
In order to prepare for what's coming in the fall, Greg Henson put his 2019 team up against a challenging spring schedule. The hope is that it pays off when a tougher fall slate rolls around.
The 2018 season proved once again that the Bulldog women's soccer program has staying power as one of the GPAC's top teams. Behind Maria Deeter, Concordia advanced to another GPAC championship game.
After narrowly missing out on the national tournament a year ago, the Bulldogs say they have unfinished business heading into 2018. Many of the stars are back for a team picked second in the GPAC.
There's a healthy competitive fire within the culture of the Concordia women's soccer program. That dynamic continues to push the Bulldogs forward while in the midst of the program's most successful run.
Four juniors and two freshmen from the Concordia women's soccer program spent spring break on a mission in Las Vegas. Everywhere they looked, there was opportunity to impact the lives of others.
There were times during the recruiting process that Maria Deeter went back and forth, but she has no regrets as she looks ahead to her senior season. It’s a Bulldog life and Maria is soaking it up.
GPAC Coach of the Year Greg Henson and the Concordia women's soccer team embarked on another memorable journey in 2017. The Bulldogs captured their first-ever conference regular-season title this fall.