The athletic department has worked with the Marketing Club to create a new way of giving students at Concordia more incentive to attend sporting events this semester. Cob Mob will make attending games more exciting for the fans and generate more support for the athletes, Athletic Director Rich Glas said.
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.
Concordia is evaluating the equipment located in the balcony of Olson Forum in order to make appropriate repairs, replacements and additions sometime this school year. The college started evaluations earlier this fall and will look to order the necessary equipment by this December, according to Chelle Hanson, Director of Student
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
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