MOORHEAD – The matchup against the University of Minnesota Morris on Wednesday, Nov. 8 left many that attended enthusiastic over what 2023-24 season has in store for the men’s basketball squad. Within the opening minutes, both teams would trade shots, staying relatively close in score. However that would change
MOORHEAD — The Cobber volleyball team clinched their spot in the playoffs for the first time since 2016 after three contested sets against the Carleton Knights. The stakes were high coming into the game, a loss would have sent them depending on Bethel to lose their game to secure a
MOORHEAD – This year’s Homecoming will take place from Oct. 12 to 15. With a packed schedule of events for current students and alumni, Homecoming is a celebration of everything it means to be a cobber. Thursday, Oct. 12: Student Events 1 p.m. – Dedication of Sanford Heimarck School of
Cooper Mattern What’s a perfect day look like for you?“Being able to wake up and play a game. And then hang out with the guys after and just see my family and friends after the game.” “If I could play a game every day I would.” What’s your favorite fast food restaurant?“Subway.
MOORHEAD – On a hot Saturday afternoon with less than a minute on the clock, the Carleton Knights silenced the Concordia fans at Jake Christiansen stadium as they finished off the Cobbers with a play-action two-point conversion, putting them up 35-34, sending Carleton home with a 4-0 nonconference record.
MOORHEAD — On Friday, Sept. 8, there was a drastic improvement to the look of Cobbers’ dorm rooms. Why? It’s because of the back-to-school event: the poster sale. Every year, the Office of Student Engagement, the Student Government Association and the College Poster Sale Company—who put on similar events at
MOORHEAD – The Cobber cross country men’s and women’s teams kicked off their season with the eighth annual Dragon Twilight Invitational on Friday, Sept. 8. Twilight meets are unique because the runners race as the sun sets instead of in the afternoon. The women’s team started the meet with the
MOORHEAD – The annual “Root Beer Kegger” event hosted by Cru helped to build community for new members featuring a bonfire, music and games in addition to the previously mentioned root beer. Cru, formerly known as the Campus Crusade for Christ, is a nonprofit, interdenominational Christian organization that has chapters
MOORHEAD — Although Concordia College is known for its history and excellence in musical extracurriculars, Cobber athletics are on the rise of interest for this coming fall, especially Cobber Football. There is a long-standing history of support for Cobber Football. In 2005, Jake Christiansen Stadium held 24,550 total fans, an