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 certainlyContinue Reading

  With the lovely warm weather bringing cheer to Cobbers all over campus, many students may want to be more physically active. Although it may seem strange to think of joining a club at the end of the year, one club that welcomes anyone to come play at any timeContinue Reading

The sports world has many off-shoots for how fans celebrate and connect to their passion. Some people need to paint their face and go to a game, cheering as obnoxiously as they can; others need to play video games for endless hours, trying to put themselves in the simulated reality.Continue Reading

This time of year, I focus a lot more on baseball and tend to ignore everything relating to football. But there is one story line that I found interesting. Over the past month, the story regarding the New Orleans Saints and their “bounty hunting” has been unfolding. In case youContinue Reading

Garrick Larson and Marv Roeske have been working together for over 18 years now as the men’s and women’s cross country and track and field coaches at Concordia College. “That’s almost as long as I’ve known my wife,” Marv said. Some would even joke that this pair is like aContinue Reading

Congratulations to the Concordia Women’s Hockey team for making it all the way to the NCAA Quarterfinals.  Despite their 5-2 loss to #1 ranked RIT women’s hockey team, “the head coach Brett Bruininks thought his team played well…,” according to gocobberblog.  “The Concordia women finished with a 15-6-5- record. ThisContinue Reading