With his first year as athletic director nearly behind him, Rich Glas and the rest of the Athletic Department are reflecting on how Glas’ strategic vision for the department has changed Concordia’s sports atmosphere. Glas said his vision was to improve Cobber athletics overall and increase Concordia’s MIAC All-Sports Trophy
Calendars may say spring is here, but current weather conditions have members of Concordia’s softball and baseball teams begging to differ. Teams have been removing snow from the athletic fields and rescheduling practices to accommodate the weather. Though temperatures are rising, the teams are not quite in the clear yet,
While enrollment is down, athletic recruitment numbers remain stable so far for the 2013-2014 school year. Concordia’s Athletic Department prides themselves on their highly personable approach when it comes to recruiting new athletes and attributes this to their success. “Every year we go out and give it our best shot,”
The hunt for new swimming, soccer and tennis coaches is underway in the Athletic Department. The search committees are all aiming to fill the three positions by April 30 and hoping to let students know their decisions before the end of the semester. Men’s and women’s tennis Head Coach Troy
While the calendars may say that it’s spring, winter weather conditions persist at Concordia. For the tennis, baseball and softball teams, this has meant a change of schedule. Non-stop snow and sleet have left all three teams practicing indoors and canceling games. Despite having to share Memorial’s courts with baseball
Women’s soccer head coach Dan Weiler stepped down on March 5 after 11 seasons with the program. Weiler has accepted a head coaching position at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Va. When Weiler came to Concordia College in 2002, he was the assistant coach for the women’s soccer team.
Standing in the hallway, peering in through a dirty window, there are a couple of women in the Concordia weight room among a sea of men. Those brave souls. According to Concordia students, the weight room is arguably sacred territory, only to be occupied by the athletes—more importantly the male