• Jeremy Berryman and Luke Zoller represented the Concordia men's tennis program with all-conference honors, as announced by the GPAC on Thursday (May 10). Berryman and Zoller went 3-2 at No. 1 doubles.

  • Tuesday, May. 8, 2018

    Grove: a 'dog with a lot of fight

    A freak accident last June forced Taylor Grove to miss the cross country season and cause her to wonder if she would ever run normally again. Her frustration has given way to triumph and championship glory.

  • A solid outing from Cade Moring couldn't rescue the Bulldogs from more defensive blunders on Saturday (May 5). A 9-3 loss to Mount Marty eliminated Concordia from GPAC postseason play.

  • Saturday, May. 5, 2018

    Liermann, Williams claim GPAC titles

    Samantha Liermann helped the Concordia women place third in the GPAC via her conference title in the shot put on Saturday (May 5). Bolstered by Cody Williams' efforts, the men finished sixth.

  • 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.

  • Saturday, May. 5, 2018

    Season ends in GPAC quarterfinals

    Jeremy Berryman and Luke Zoller led the charge with a win at No. 1 doubles as the Bulldogs made a bid to reach the GPAC semifinals. However, they were clipped by Morningside, 5-3.

  • A pair of losses meant at the GPAC tournament on Friday (May 4) meant the end of the line for Concordia softball. The Bulldogs concluded the 2018 campaign at 21-21 overall and were the league's No. 7 seed.

  • Junior Taylor Grove showed how her persistence this season has paid off, winning the GPAC 10k race to highlight Concordia's efforts on day one of the conference meet. The women's hammer group also shined.

  • Despite a sixth-inning hit parade, Concordia suffered a setback on the opening day of the GPAC tournament. Wade Council homered and drove in four runs to lead the Bulldogs, who now face an elimination game.