Although NCAA sanctioned play doesn’t start until the spring, the men’s and women’s Cobber tennis teams are preparing for competition happening in the fall. The Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Division III Regional Championships held at Gustavus Adolphus will provide both Cobber tennis teams a chance to play against some of theContinue Reading

While I-94 became crowded with students drifting back home or to locations for various mission centered trip during Spring break, members of both the men and women’s tennis teams traveled to California to further their training and compete against Chapman University. Throughout the week, each team completed a variety ofContinue Reading

Without a win for two straight years, Concordia’s women’s tennis team won their first match of the season For the first time in two years, the women’s tennis team won a match. After seasons spent win-less, and in the cellar of the MIAC conference, members of Concordia’s women tennis teamContinue Reading

After a stressful mid-semester exam week, members of the golf, tennis and softball team started their pre-season practice. This year, both softball and golf headed to Arizona, and tennis headed to Florida. All three teams arrived down South for some relaxation time, team bonding and pre-season practicing. Sophomore Dana MeslowContinue Reading

Track and Field This year’s Cobber track and field team is the largest the program has ever seen according to the men’s head coach Garrick Larson. “The size of the program is a good sign for success,” he said. “It’s a healthy program.” Larson credits the program’s competitiveness to theirContinue Reading

“Federer Has Won a Lot but He’s Winless Against Me” People describe the Australian Open as the tournament with a lot of drama, hot weather and other extraordinary reasons that make it sound unique compared to any other professional tennis tournaments. This tournament is not unique in any way besidesContinue Reading