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  • Coach Ben Boldt's squad is on a roll. The Bulldogs have now won four in a row and six of their last seven within GPAC play. Freshman Camryn Opfer sizzled with 14 kills in Saturday (Oct. 19)'s win over No. 22 Dordt.

  • Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019

    Suds golden goal lifts frustration

    A goal apiece by Tori Cera and Brynn Suddeth allowed the Bulldogs to dig out of a 1-0 hole and claim a 2-1 double overtime win at Briar Cliff on Saturday (Oct. 19). Suddeth came through with the golden goal.

  • Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019

    Late goals push Chargers past Bulldogs

    Despite being undermanned due to injuries, the Bulldogs competed right with host Briar Cliff for most of the 90-minute contest on Saturday (Oct. 19). The Chargers ultimately won, 2-0.

  • The Concordia men’s basketball program finished eighth in the GPAC last winter and that’s where leagued coaches have pegged it in the conference’s 2019-20 preseason poll. The Bulldogs received 39 points in the poll.

  • Friday, Oct. 18, 2019

    Olson's squad again a GPAC favorite

    The defending national champions are again the favorite to win the GPAC. The Bulldogs took as many first-place votes as they possibly could in the preseason coaches' poll released on Friday (Oct. 18) by the GPAC.

  • The third-place Bulldogs are getting set to host No. 22 Dordt at 3 p.m. on Saturday. Both teams have won five of their last six matches. The Defenders have won six in a row in the series since 2014.

  • Four national qualifiers, including GPAC champion Deandre Chery, return for a Concordia wrestling program coming off a co-GPAC dual title in 2019. Levi Calhoun enters his season season as head coach.

  • A second-straight 3-0 loss to a GPAC opponent occurred under the lights at Bulldog Stadium on Wednesday (Oct. 16). Concordia has attempted to fight through injuries with its depth.

  • Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019

    PK goal sinks Concordia in double OT

    For the second time in five days, the Bulldogs endured a 1-0 defeat in double overtime. In Wednesday (Oct. 16) action, Morningside emerged from Seward a winner in a contest that ended with a PK goal.