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by Jacy Johnston

  1. WRESTLING–Senior Jerry Stepps III finished a perfect GPAC individual record at 8-0 following a match versus Morningside. He looks to win an individual title at the upcoming GPAC Championships.
  2. TRACK & FIELD– Senior Scott Johnson punched his ticket to track and field nationals in the triple jump after reaching 46’ 7 ½” on Saturday at the Concordia Invite.
  3. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL–The Bulldogs moved to 27-1 on the season after a close 88-80 victory over Morningside College in Sioux City. Concordia will return to Walz Arena on Feb. 14 to play Doane College.
  4. CHEER– The Bulldog Cheer team placed fourth at the GPAC Championship hosted by Hastings College. There were seven squads in the competition.
  5. WOMEN’S TENNIS–The women’s tennis team won 5-4 over Grand View University to move to 3-1 on the spring season. The next home match will be Feb. 16 in the Walz Fieldhouse.
  6. MEN’S BASKETBALL– Despite a close first half, Concordia dropped a game to the no.10 Morningside Mustangs 86-68 on Saturday.
  7. MEN’S TENNIS–A 5-4 victory over Grand View University moved the men’s tennis team back to the win column as they look forward to competition in Iowa next weekend.
  8. WRESTLING– The Bulldogs stand at 8-8 overall and 5-3 in conference after a 22-11 loss against Morningside on Feb. 8. They will be defending their three-peat of conference titles at the upcoming GPAC Championships on Feb. 17.
  9. TRACK & FIELD– The women’s shot put quartet of senior Samantha Liermann, sophomore Adrianna Shaw, junior Jazzy Eickhoff and junior Johanna Ragland look to competition at nationals as the indoor season winds down.
  10. DANCE– The dance team finished 8th at the GPAC championships with a score of 63.50.


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