The Cobber Women’s hockey team is having one of the best seasons in program history, and they look to continue that success going forward. Occasionally, numbers and statistics don’t make sense upon first glance. For example, the women’s hockey team has been nationally ranked since Nov. 28, 2011. They have
The Concordia Women’s Basketball team is in the middle of the playoff hunt. The Cobbers (12-7 overall, 10-6 conference play) sit firmly entrenched in the top six, not an easy accomplishment having lost six graduating seniors from last year’s team. Those seniors included three of their top four scorers—48 percent
Concordian sports writer Patrick Rundlett had the opportunity to sit down and interview men’s basketball coach Mr. Rich Glas. Here are his responses. First, being at the start of the season, what are your thoughts so far? Coach Glas: “We’re struggling from a stand point offensively shooting the basketball.
The Concordia Women’s Cross Country team ended their season last Saturday, Nov. 12th at the NCAA Central Region Championships hosted at Wartburg College. The team finished in 11th place, their best finish since the 2006 season. “Our result was really good, basically we ran extremely well all the way across
Serious injuries are an all too common occurrence in collegiate athletics. For the unlucky athletes who suffer from these type of setbacks, there is a way to gain back a season of participation through a medical hardship. A hardship waiver can be granted if a season-ending illness or injury occurs
Some teams have competition amongst themselves over the course of a season. Teammates push each other to do better in practice, performing at meets, in games, and in everything related to their sport. The Men’s Cross Country team has something much better: the Cobber Games. The storied Cobber Games entered
A successful season is usually, and sometimes unfortunately, defined by the way it ends. The men’s golf team is looking to finish the season strong after a disappointing finish in the MIAC Championship and make the national tournament. “Our team did not play up to our potential this weekend, and