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

Zach Frappier pitched all 7 innings in the first of two winning games against Luther during a doubleheader at the Metrodome on March 10. The cobber men will return to the Metrodome on March 16 and 17 for another doubleheader against Loras (Iowa) at 2:00 p.m. on Friday at 7:00Continue Reading

Finally! The snow is receding, the ice is melting, the birds are chirping… Typically, this means that baseball is just around the corner. But there is one event that commands our attention before we focus on America’s pastime, and that is the wonder and excitement of Men’s College Basketball. SelectionContinue Reading

How do those old playground rhymes go? Oh yeah, like this: “Girls rule; boys drool.” Or the ever-classic “boys go to Jupiter to get more stupider; girls go to college to get more knowledge.” But between those days of name calling-equality underneath the monkey bars and now, a lot happened:Continue Reading

The Cobber Women’s hockey team is having one of the best seasons in program history, and they look to continue that success going forward. Occasionally, numbers and statistics don’t make sense upon first glance. For example, the women’s hockey team has been nationally ranked since Nov. 28, 2011. They haveContinue Reading

When you think of sports, you probably think some of the following: body paint on a middle-aged man’s beer belly; chest-bumps; foam fingers that read “#1”; a 300-plus-pound behemoth of an athlete nicknamed Tiny; and religion. Whoa, wait; double-take. Religion? That’s exactly right. After the 2011-2012 National Football League season,Continue Reading

The Concordia Women’s Tennis team served a strong season opener against St. Scholastica on Feb. 4. Last year the Saints defeated the Cobbers, but this wasn’t the case this year. The Cobbers won four singles matches to bring home a 6-3 win. Seniors Andrea Rognlien and Kelly Kalvoda, junior ChelsieContinue Reading

The Super Bowl. It is one of biggest American sporting events of the year. It comes complete with middle-aged men lathered with body paint in the colors of their team of choice, more deep-fried and fatty foods than a Southern potluck, mind-numbingly entertaining commercials and those foam hands that sayContinue Reading