• Saturday, May. 18, 2019

    Schultz named NAIA Scholar-Athlete

    In representation of the GPAC tournament runner up Concordia women’s tennis team, junior Lindee Schultz picked up 2019 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors. She is a native of Hastings, Nebraska.

  • In the program's first GPAC tournament championship match appearance since 2011, Concordia pushed regular season champion Hastings to the wire. Ultimately, the Bulldogs fell, 5-4.

  • Seeded third, the Concordia women's tennis team has aspirations of making a run at a GPAC postseason title. The Bulldogs have not reached the GPAC championship match since 2011.

  • Spurred by Marlene Maier's 16th singles win of the season, the Bulldogs ended the regular season with a 7-2 team victory at Baker on Monday (April 22). Concordia has now equaled a school record for most wins in a season.

  • A dominant run of five GPAC wins in a row came to a halt on Tuesday (April 16) with a loss at College of Saint Mary. The Bulldogs finished conference regular season action with a GPAC record of 5-2.

  • An impressive roll in conference play carried on as the Bulldogs flattened Mount Marty, 8-1, on Friday night (April 12). Concordia pushed its win streak to five while staying alive in the hunt for a GPAC regular season title.

  • Wednesday, Apr. 10, 2019

    Bell reels in GPAC weekly award

    For her performances last week in wins over Doane and Northwestern, junior Angela Bell has been named the GPAC Women's Tennis Player of the Week. Bell owns a singles record of 10-2 this season.