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  • The Bulldogs fought back valiantly from a 20-point deficit, but a first half drought proved too much to overcome. Concordia fell in its home finale, 68-63, in its final home game of the 2018-19 season.

  • In a warm up for the GPAC championships on Saturday, the Concordia cheer team came up short in a dual at Morningside on Wednesday (Feb. 7). It marked the second dual this season for the Bulldogs.

  • Freshman Carter Kent dropped 19 points as a bright spot in a 79-64 loss at No. 2 Morningside on Wednesday (Feb. 6). The Bulldogs were unable to contain Mustang big man Tyler Borchers (26 points).

  • A challenging week is upon the Bulldogs, who will be at No. 3 Morningside on Wednesday before hosting 17th-ranked Dakota Wesleyan in the home finale on Saturday. Concordia is currently in eighth place in the GPAC.

  • Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019

    Cheer places sixth at own invite

    While hosting the largest cheer and dance competition in program history, the Bulldogs placed sixth in both cheer and dance at the Concordia Invite on Saturday (Feb. 2). The Bulldogs were joined by six GPAC schools.

  • While competing at the 2019 GPAC Cheer and Dance Championships, the Bulldogs placed sixth in dance and seven in cheer. The event took place at Hastings on Saturday (Feb. 9).

  • Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019

    Bulldogs cool off in Orange City

    A rough second half doomed the Bulldogs to a 79-64 loss at Northwestern on Saturday (Feb. 2). Tanner Shuck and Brevin Sloup provided the majority of the offensive production for a Concordia team that had won five of six in the GPAC.