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  • Amidst perfect conditions in the Phoenix area, Concordia Women's Golf carded a team total of 354-371–725 at the Southwest Minnesota State Spring Invite. The highlight of the event was a career low for Emery Custer on day one.

  • A trio of Bulldogs from the Concordia Competitive Cheer team has been honored with 2022-23 Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athlete recognition. The award winners are Kayla Johnson, Victoria Perry and Elizabeth Schultz.

  • Following a strong season on the competition floor, Concordia Dance tied for third nationally for number of NAIA Scholar-Athletes. Repeat award winners included Katie Birtell, Kenna Holtzen, Madi Koch, Avery Lewis and Stephanie Mashuga.

  • Taysha Rushton supplied the offensive firepower and the Bulldogs put forth a nasty collective defensive effort in routing Columbia, 77-50, in the national tournament first round on Tuesday (March 7). Concordia held the Cougars to 29 percent shooting.

  • Concordia's potent offensive lineup did the job on Tuesday (March 7) in totaling 13 hits and six walks against eighth-ranked St. Thomas. Teyt Johnson went 3-for-5 in the 12-6 victory and Jay Adams collected the 200th hit of his career.

  • Up against a field full of NCAA Division II competitors, Concordia Women’s Golf found itself in sunny Litchfield Park, Ariz., on the first of two days at the SW Minnesota State Spring Invite. The Bulldogs shot a team score of 354.

  • A bid to upset the No. 2 seed in the bracket came up short on Tuesday (March 7) as the Bulldogs were clipped by Oklahoma Wesleyan, 72-70, in the first round of the national tournament. Noah Schutte paced the Bulldogs with 23 points.

  • A red hot weekend in Wichita resulted in Kylie Shottenkirk earning GPAC Player of the Week honors. The Lincoln North Star High School product went 9-for-14 (.643) with two home runs and 11 RBIs at the plate last week over four games.