After a summer of intense training and preparation, Hannah Knickerbocker was named the MIAC Women’s Cross Country Athlete of the Week on September 5, 2012. Knickerbocker was nominated by women’s cross country coach Marv Roeske for her performance at the Valley City Invite the weekend prior. Setting a new personalContinue Reading

On July 11, men’s cross-country coach Garrick Larson began feeling fatigued during a run. Larson guessed he might have been coming down with Lyme disease for the second time in two years, but the flu-like symptoms he was experiencing stuck with him for an extended period of time.  In justContinue Reading

Walking down a sidewalk on Concordia campus, it is not unusual to see a skateboarder or longboarder whiz past on his or her way to class. This mode of transportation is a unique and fun way to get moving, but can also be quite a challenge to those just learningContinue Reading

Garrick Larson and Marv Roeske have been working together for over 18 years now as the men’s and women’s cross country and track and field coaches at Concordia College. “That’s almost as long as I’ve known my wife,” Marv said. Some would even joke that this pair is like aContinue 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

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.Continue Reading

Kernel Cobb represented Concordia at the 4th Annual Salvation Army Mascot Challenge on Saturday Dec. 3. The battle for the highest amount of donations took place in Scheels-Fargo between the Kernel, Thundar from North Dakota State University and Scorch from Minnesota State University Moorhead. According to gocobbers.com, “The mascots fromContinue Reading

Feeling frazzled? Forgotten what it’s like to smile? Ever ask yourself, as did the once-great pop artist Britney Spears, “Why do these tears come at night?” If so, then I have a prognosis: you be suffering from Finals-Weekitis! Chill, Freshmen, it’s not terminal, but it is serious—just take a lookContinue Reading

The Cobber football team’s season comes to a close this weekend in Northfield against St. Olaf.  There will be a lot of “what ifs” looking back on this year for the team, but there are some positive things to build on for the future. There was a great deal ofContinue Reading