The sun had just dipped down under the horizon, still with enough light where colors were starting to blend to gray.  The evening cool was settling in, and the wind chill cut into my jacket. The last stretch of grass from the practice fields was flattened and yellow from allContinue Reading

To have star-power as a stellar athlete, one must have the passion, the dedication, the attitude, some considerable talent, and a competitive nature to soar above the skills of others. Senior Pat Deitz has risen to stardom and earned national recognition for his talent on the golf course this year.Continue Reading

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 enteredContinue Reading

The Cobbers visited Carleton’s turf for their game last weekend on Oct. 8, 2011, crushing the Knights into the ground with a final score of 26-7. By scoring the opening possession of the game, our Cobber men set the game off to a good start. The offense and defense playedContinue Reading

Concordia’s freshmen are shaking up MIAC golf. The women’s golf team has finished up a very strong 2011 season; finishing fourth out of eleven schools competing in the MIAC conference championship. They finished in the top half of all of their tournaments this year, including a first place at theContinue Reading

A team that loses half of its starters from nearly every position on the field is usually due for the dreaded rebuilding year. Unless it’s the Concordia Women’s soccer team, and they throw a handful of freshman directly into the starting lineup, only to go undefeated for the first sixContinue Reading

Ah, the beginning of another beautiful year in Cobberville, U.S.A. Freshmen are frolicking about campus clutching beanies and books with eyes wide in something between fear and felicity. Upperclassmen have returned in anticipation, leaving the long summer months behind them and looking forward to… well, they probably haven’t decided thatContinue Reading

Basketball, swimming, softball, tennis. Whatever your Concordia winter or spring sports persuasion, the Concordian is here to provide you with a recap of this season as well as a forecast for what may be to come as the spring season wraps up: Men’s Baseball: Concordia’s baseball team has experienced majorContinue Reading