• Thursday, Apr. 25, 2019

    GPAC women's tennis postseason preview

    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.

  • Thursday, Apr. 25, 2019

    GPAC women's tennis postseason preview

    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.

  • The season is underway for Concordia women’s tennis, which defeated Central College at home on Saturday (Sept. 8). The Bulldogs won two of three doubles matches and split the six singles battles.

  • Friday, May. 18, 2018

    Horn collects Scholar-Athlete honor

    An All-GPAC honoree all four years on the tennis court, senior Annie Horn has been named an NAIA Scholar-Athlete for the second time in her career. Horn graduated from Concordia with a degree in marketing.

  • Seniors Annie Horn and Alison Ebel both received All-GPAC honors for their efforts this season on the singles court. Horn concluded her collegiate career with 41 wins, including 13 as a senior.

  • Annie Horn and the Bulldog women's tennis program made a strong push to reach the GPAC championship match for the first time since 2011. Concordia defeated Doane before falling to Midland in the semis.

  • Fifth-seeded Concordia will open up the GPAC women's tennis tournament by taking on fourth-seeded Doane at 11:30 a.m. on Friday. The Bulldogs will need to win three times to claim a conference title.

  • Concordia just missed out on winning twice while closing the regular season in Sioux City, Iowa, on Friday (April 27). The Bulldogs bounced back from a 5-4 loss to Morningside with a 9-0 win over Mount Marty.