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By Maddy Peters, Sports Editor


If you missed Concordia University Nebraska sports this weekend, here is what happened.

The Concordia men’s golf team competed at the Kansas Wesleyan Midwest Spring National Invite in Manhattan, Kan. from April 8-9 finishing 12th with a score of 301-312-315–928 over three rounds. The team next competes at the Nebraska Wesleyan Invite in Lincoln from April 14-15.

Senior Drew D’Ercole placed the best on the Bulldog squad tying for 11th with a score of 72-74-74–220, just +4 above par. He tied with Grand View University’s Mike Evertson. Junior Justin Webert, who tied for second at the team’s previous meet, tied for 28th with a 73-78-76–227 which was +11.

The Concordia women’s tennis team faced the Doane University Tigers in a 6-1 win on April 9 in Crete. The women are now 8-6 overall and 3-1 in the Great Plains Athletic Conference and next face College of Saint Mary in a rescheduled match at the Bulldog tennis courts on April 15.

The Bulldogs swept the doubles point away from the Tigers and set up a great advantage. No. 1 player sophomore Mariana Molano was the lone loser for Concordia, being swept 6-0 in both sets. Junior Kylie Freudenberg narrowly won her match, taking it to three sets, but dominated over her opponent to clinch the win.

The Concordia men’s tennis team had to wait a day to take on the Tigers in Crete, losing 6-1 to the school rivals. The team is now 6-11 overall and 1-3 in the GPAC. They next face Wartburg College in Seward on April 13.

Concordia lost the doubles point 2-1 to Doane signaling rough singles matches ahead. The No. 3 doubles team of freshman Mitch Krumm and junior Grady Works pulled together a 7-5 win to prevent the sweep. Sophomore Santiago Abadia won the one point for the Bulldogs in a tense three-set match. Freshman Michael Bedrosian took his match to the third set as well, but narrowly lost.

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