This year’s MIAC Championships featured a strong showing from Concordia’s basketball teams. The women placed second in the playoffs, losing 50-58 to St. Thomas in the championship final, and the men lost 67-74 to Augsburg in the semifinals. The women went on to win a bid into the NCAA DivisionContinue Reading

This month, Cobbers from all areas of campus will unite on the court as groups form for basketball intramurals.  Students from the nursing department, the freshman men’s choir Männerchor, and other sports teams express their competitive side while representing their Concordia groups. Juniors Bridget Martini and Kayla Carter, organizers forContinue Reading

This holiday season, ESPN aired a trick video produced by six members of Concordia’s men’s basketball team. What started out as after-practice entertainment has turned into a YouTube sensation. Their video “Merry Christmas Concordia College” now has 14,011 views on YouTube… and counting. After practice, the members of the basketballContinue Reading

The Concordia women’s basketball team ascended to the No. 1 spot in the MIAC after a five-game winning streak that left the rest of the conference in the dust.  Even after playing four games in seven days, the women have maintained their lead. Head coach Jessica Rahman said that theContinue Reading

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, andContinue Reading

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 haveContinue Reading

Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, a group of men from Concordia and the community get together in Memorial Auditorium to play basketball over the noon hour. They call their weekly pick-up games “noonball”. Roy Hammerling, professor of religion, is known as the Dean of Noonball. “I’m the oldest guy, andContinue 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

Who is tall, rich and cries a lot? That’s right, nearly every single player of the National Basketball Association. Another one: who is rich, plays golf all day and cries a lot? Uh huh, just about each and every NBA team owner. I’m no mathematician—I’m not even a math major—butContinue Reading