This column marks my last as a member of the Concordian, and starts the first of many lasts for me at Concordia. As I look back at my time as a Cobber, the thing I am going to miss most is the people here.
A new interest in cricket is underway in the United States, where attention to the “gentlemen’s sport” appeared seemingly overnight.
Senior Erika Swenson has many accomplishments to her name, and she is about to add one more.
Last week, The Concordian ran my predictions for March Madness 2011. I now offer you my rationale for those predictions.
Cobbers brush up on bracketology
When Christopher Howe took over as the Concordia Men’s Hockey coach, he inherited a struggling program.
The quiet, polite demeanor of junior Andrea Rognlien covers up her difficult past. Simply looking at or talking to the stand-out Concordia tennis player would not reveal that she is barely a year removed from a life-threatening medical situation.
Wrestling: Senior wrestler Phil Moenkedick won his second NCAA Championship 2-1 last weekend on March 12. Moenkedick is the first Concordia wrestler to win two consecutive NCAA titles. The team placed seventh in the championship overall. Indoor Track and Field: Cobber men finished their indoor season well, placing eighth overall
What do Cobbers think of when the month of March comes to mind? The beginning of fourth block and flood season, surely, but National Athletic Training Month?
Prexy’s Pond was uncovered on Sunday for the first annual boot hockey tournament, hosted by the cobber women’s hockey team. The tournament, which pitted teams of 4-6 people against each other on foot, helped raise money for Relay for Life. According to senior hockey player Kristyn Voegele, joining the Relay