Richard Glas, Concordia’s new athletic director, is making his presence known both in and out of Concordia’s athletic facilities this year, and he has high hopes for the future of Cobber sports. His vision begins with the involvement of the entire student body and ends only when Concordia can count
This past summer, Concordia’s athletic department welcomed Benjamin Schneweis as the new head coach of men’s soccer. Schneweis brings ample experience on the field, both as a player and a coach. In addition to playing in high school, Schneweis played soccer for Brescia University, a small liberal arts college in
Hype. Team. Mental and physical toughness. What’s the first sport that comes to mind when hearing these words? Football? Basketball? For the men’s head golf coach, Duane Siverson and a couple of his golfers, senior Jordie Siverson and sophomore Coy Papachek, these words were part of normal conversation. “It’s certainly
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
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.
Ah, that American classic, the World Series. This year, it’s the Texas Rangers’ championship to win or lose. Sure, the Cardinals can be competitive, but can they do so for five to seven games? What exactly makes the Rangers the World Series favorites? It’s during these murky moments, these times