Cobber cross country gave it their all at the NCAA Central Regional Meet last weekend, with the women finishing 8th, just missing the last Nationals slot, and the men pulling in at 18th. The Cobbers had some tough competition going into the regional meet. Three out of the five top-finishing
The Concordia women’s soccer team earned an automatic bid into the NCAA Division III Tournament as they clinched the MIAC post-season conference championship on Saturday. After 90 minutes and two overtimes of scoreless against Augsburg, the shey secured the win and the bid during a shoot-out. The Cobbers rode into
The Cobber volleyball team swept Bethel, the number six seed, in the MIAC Quarterfinals on October 30th. Just two days later, in the MIAC Semifinals, the Cobbers, seeded third, went up against the number two seed, St. Ben’s. Unfortunately, things didn’t pan out for the Lady Cobbers, who lost 25-22,
When Title IX, an amendment outlawing gender discrimination in any educational program receiving federal funding and assistance, was passed, it opened a whole world of opportunity for women. This included the option to participate in school athletic programs previously reserved only for men. Recently, the amendment celebrated its 40th anniversary.
Family Weekend brought crowds of Cobber moms, dads and siblings to Concordia’s campus last weekend. While the Family Weekend Committee strove to make this year’s event a memorable one, it was the football team that really put the icing on the cake, beating St. John’s in Saturday’s game—a feat they
After a summer of intense training and preparation, Hannah Knickerbocker was named the MIAC Women’s Cross Country Athlete of the Week on September 5, 2012. Knickerbocker was nominated by women’s cross country coach Marv Roeske for her performance at the Valley City Invite the weekend prior. Setting a new personal