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  • The painfully visible injury to Tristan Smith became the story on Friday (Dec. 30) as the Bulldogs wound up falling at USAO, 76-66. Concordia played most of the game without both Smith brothers while leaning heavily upon Noah Schutte.

  • The road swing down south concluded on Friday (Dec. 30) as the Bulldogs fell by a 77-64 score at No. 17 Science & Arts of Oklahoma. Sadie Powell led Concordia with 17 points while Taysha Rushton added 16.

  • In the first of two games against Sooner Athletic Conference foes, the Bulldogs nearly erased a double-digit fourth-quarter deficit before falling, 73-71. Kendal Brigham spurred the comeback efforts and finished with a team high 17 points.

  • An idle stretch of nearly two weeks will come to an end this week as the Bulldogs venture south for two challenging nonconference clashes. Concordia will travel to play at Texas Wesleyan and at Science & Arts.

  • Following a short break for Christmas, the Bulldogs are readying to head south for action at Texas Wesleyan and Science & Arts. Both opponents have been national tournament regulars. Last time out, Concordia dropped a close one at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

  • More awards rolled in on Thursday (Dec. 24) as nine Bulldogs from the GPAC tournament champions were recognized as All-Midlands Team honorees by the Omaha World-Herald. Three Concordia players were placed on the primary 11-man team.