After a long fall semester, many Cobbers were eager to get home to enjoy a few weeks of well-deserved rest. In the athletic department, however, Concordia’s athletic teams were still hard at work. Both the women’s and men’s varsity basketball players got only seven days off after finals week, and
With painted chests and impressive outdoor voices, the men of Cobber Nation have led Concordia students in cheering on our athletic teams since 2004. At a football game, Cobber Nation can be seen leading the student section in cheers, doing recaps of plays, and even counting off Concordia’s score in
Concordia’s wrestling team has placed in the top 15 teams in the country the last three years, wrestling coach Matt Nagel said. The team has two all-American wrestlers and several starters returning to the team this season. In addition to having athletes with years of experience, the wrestling coaches have
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. This
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 have
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 Chelsie
The Concordia Women’s Basketball team is in the middle of the playoff hunt. The Cobbers (12-7 overall, 10-6 conference play) sit firmly entrenched in the top six, not an easy accomplishment having lost six graduating seniors from last year’s team. Those seniors included three of their top four scorers—48 percent
Concordian sports writer Patrick Rundlett had the opportunity to sit down and interview men’s basketball coach Mr. Rich Glas. Here are his responses. First, being at the start of the season, what are your thoughts so far? Coach Glas: “We’re struggling from a stand point offensively shooting the basketball.