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  • Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019

    GPAC streak halted at No. 5 Hastings

    An underwhelming performance wasn't going to get it done at No. 5 Hastings on Saturday (Oct. 12). The host Broncos got a goal apiece from three different players in a 3-0 decision in Hastings, Neb.

  • The Bulldogs gave rival and 14th-ranked Hastings a scare on Saturday (Oct. 12) night. However, the Broncos thwarted the upset bid with the game winner coming in the 108th minute.

  • Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019

    Bulldogs sack DWU

    Behind another stellar defensive performance, the Bulldogs returned to the win column in a 24-17 decision over Dakota Wesleyan on Saturday (Oct. 12). Concordia's defense collected six sacks.

  • Concordia has won three in a row and five of its last six within GPAC play following Friday (Oct. 11)'s four-set victory over No. 25 Morningside. Camryn Opfer and Emmie Noyd led the Bulldog attack.

  • A much more experienced roster took to the practice court this preseason for head coach Ben Limback's program. The firepower of Carter Kent, Brevin Sloup and Tanner Shuck fuels optimism for the Bulldogs.

  • A season after focusing and finishing with a national championship, the Concordia women's basketball program aims to be bold in its pursuit. The 2019-20 Bulldogs return a star-studded cast of characters.

  • Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019

    Rivals play to 1-1 draw

    In a rematch of a 2018 GPAC quarterfinal tilt, Concordia and Midland played to a 1-1 double overtime draw on Wednesday (Oct. 9). The lone Bulldog goal came on a nifty strike from Garrett Perry.

  • Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019

    Bulldogs bitten by Warrior stars

    Midland's star goal scoring duo provided the offense in a 2-0 Warrior victory over the Bulldogs on Wednesday (Oct. 9). Concordia was held to four shots as it fell for the first time within conference play.

  • Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019

    Bulldogs earn season sweep of Doane

    Concordia absorbed an early push from Doane and then cruised to victory in four sets on Wednesday (Oct. 9). Camry Opfer topped the Bulldogs (17-3) with 13 kills as they won for the fourth time in their last five GPAC matches.

  • Freshman Baile Vanarsdall has been named the GPAC Runner of the Week. She joins teammates Amie Martin and Rebekah Hinrichs as the third Bulldog to earn the award this season.