With his first year as athletic director nearly behind him, Rich Glas and the rest of the Athletic Department are reflecting on how Glas’ strategic vision for the department has changed Concordia’s sports atmosphere. Glas said his vision was to improve Cobber athletics overall and increase Concordia’s MIAC All-Sports Trophy
The hunt for new swimming, soccer and tennis coaches is underway in the Athletic Department. The search committees are all aiming to fill the three positions by April 30 and hoping to let students know their decisions before the end of the semester. Men’s and women’s tennis Head Coach Troy
Track and field is a sport made up of numerous events. Pole-vault, javelin, hammer throw, 200-meter dash… Confused? The Concordian is here to help! Brush up on your track and field know-how with this guide to some of the events. This week: Sprinting, long jump, triple jump and weight/hammer throw.
The Cobber wrestling team is proposing to expand their facilities for their growing team into the Riverside Center gym. Athletic Director Rich Glas and co-head wrestling coaches Clay Nagel and Matt Nagel presented their idea to renovate the former Riverside Elementary School gym to a project request committee consisting of
MIAC Men’s Indoor Field Athlete-of-the-Week senior pole vaulter Erik Olson broke Concordia’s 30-year height record for the second time in his career as a Cobber athlete. Olson broke the existing record of 14-11, held by David “Buzz” Dahl in 1983. He cleared the 15-foot mark two weeks ago at the
This month, Cobbers from all areas of campus will unite on the court as groups form for basketball intramurals. Students from the nursing department, the freshman men’s choir Männerchor, and other sports teams express their competitive side while representing their Concordia groups. Juniors Bridget Martini and Kayla Carter, organizers for
After a long fall semester, many Cobbers were eager to get home to enjoy a few weeks of well-deserved rest. In the athletic department, however, Concordia’s athletic teams were still hard at work. Both the women’s and men’s varsity basketball players got only seven days off after finals week, and