With brutally cold temperatures in Lincoln last Saturday, the cobber baseball team made the decision to play a triple-header on Sunday in better conditions. The Cobbers earned the three game sweep of Nebraska Wesleyan with a solid offensive effort in each game, along with the depth of pitching. Senior JacksonContinue Reading

The Concordia wrestling team got seven wrestlers into the NCAA Division three National Meet, which was held last weekend in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Cody Kasprick, Chris Harrison, Sebastian Gardner, Jake Krogstad, Kyle LeDuc, Jake Long and Jacoby Bergeron all made the national meet. Long and Bergeron finished off their seasonsContinue Reading

The Cobber women’s basketball team grabbed their nineteenth win of the season last Saturday in an exciting game over St. Thomas, 60-57. The men’s basketball team lost to top-ranked St. Thomas, although they made a nice comeback in the second half, outscoring the Tommies 41 to 32. While the twoContinue Reading

Cobbers get creative with team names Intramural basketball at Concordia is underway. Men’s and women’s basketball began last week with games being played in Olson Forum and Memorial Auditorium on Monday through Thursday nights. Students can form their own teams and create their own team names, and many have gottenContinue Reading

Concordia assistant baseball coach and Fargo native Chris Coste has had a magnificent baseball career that has taken him many places. Coste played college baseball at Concordia under long-time head coach Bucky Burgau for three years before going on to play five seasons of independent baseball. After making a stopContinue Reading

Over mid-semester break a group of Concordia students biked to Bemidji to learn about sustainability Over mid-semester break, Concordia students Kristina Kaupa and Denise Sykora led a small group of students along with faculty advisor Dr. John Clark on a bike ride to Bemidji. The bike ride, called the “LumberjackContinue Reading

Cobber Football Team

The Concordia Cobber football team kicked off its season last Saturday against the University of Jamestown at Jake Christiansen Stadium in Moorhead. They came out ahead, defeating the Jimmies 39-14. The Cobbers are coming off of a 2012 season in which they posted an 8-2 record, finishing second in theContinue Reading