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Bulldog Weekly Report

Cheer and dance teams open up competition seasons: The 2021 season is underway for Concordia Cheer and Dance. Both teams were in action twice last week in duals against GPAC opponents. In competition at Mount Marty on Jan. 13, the Bulldogs won by sc... Read More

Crete and Seward split Tuesday night matchups

CRETE - In girls high school basketball action Tuesday evening at Crete High School, the Cardinals knocked off the Seward Lady Jays 60-40. Crete opened up a 16-5 first quarter lead, extended their advantage to 31-16 at the half, and cruised to the ea... Read More

Husker Women fall to Minnesota

Lincoln - Nebraska went cold late in the second half and Minnesota connected on a season-high 15 three-pointers as the Husker women's basketball team dropped a 76-71 decision to the visiting Golden Gophers on Tuesday afternoon at Pinnacle Bank Arena... Read More

Huskers To Appear Nine Times This Spring On Tv

The Nebraska volleyball team will be televised nationally on the Big Ten Network 12 times this season, and three additional matches will broadcast statewide on NET. Nine of Nebraska's 11 home matches will be televised on BTN or NET. All matches te... Read More

Bulldogs produce 12 event titles at Nisely Memorial

CRETE, Neb. – The Concordia University Track & Field program ventured into competition for the second time this indoor season and for the first time in 2021 as a competitor at the Scott Nisely Memorial Classic hosted by Doane. A large field of... Read More

Bulldogs earn win over Waldorf as part of three-dual day

ORANGE CITY, Iowa – In its first duals since Dec. 19, the Concordia University Wrestling team took on a GPAC opponent and two nonconference foes as part of an extended stay in Orange City, Iowa, on Saturday (Jan. 16). The Bulldogs were defeated by... Read More

Cain Claims Big Ten Player of the Week

Nebraska's Kate Cain captured the first Big Ten Women's Basketball Player-of-the-Week honor of her career when the conference announced its award winners on Monday afternoon. Cain, a 6-5 center from Middletown, N.Y., nearly produced her second car... Read More

Husker Basketball Still Struggling With Covid

Lincoln – The University of Nebraska men's basketball program will continue to pause team activities for a minimum of seven more days due to additional positive COVID-19 results among its Tier 1 personnel. Tier 1 personnel include student athletes,... Read More

Home win streak snapped by Mustangs

SEWARD, Neb. – Something had to give entering a matchup that featured a 12-game home win streak for the Concordia University Men’s Basketball team and a 10-game series win streak for visiting Morningside. Unfortunately, the Bulldogs fell at home... Read More

Late lead relinquished in nail-biter with first-place Morningside

SEWARD, Neb. – There were many positive signs of growth on a day when the Concordia University Women’s Basketball team fell just short of what would have been its most significant victory of the season. First-place Morningside finished the game ... Read More

Husker Women Continue To Roll

Lincoln - Senior center Kate Cain nearly unleashed a triple-double while tying her career high with 22 points, and Nebraska got a monumental team defensive effort on its way to a 63-55 women's basketball win over previously unbeaten and No. 15 Ohio S... Read More

NEB WREST: Huskers Fall To Top-Ranked Hawkeyes

Iowa City – Mikey Labriola and Eric Schultz won their individual matches for the Huskers, but the No. 6 Nebraska wrestling team ultimately fell to No. 1 Iowa, 6-31, on Friday night in Iowa City, Iowa.   No. 4 Labriola put the Huskers (1... Read More

Dawgs record seventh GPAC road win in blowout fashion

YANKTON, S.D. – Instead of draining seven-straight threes like it did to begin the previous matchup with Mount Marty, Concordia University Women’s Basketball built its lead behind lockdown defense on Wednesday (Jan. 13) night. The host L... Read More

Kent has answers for Lancers in GPAC road win

YANKTON, S.D. – Carter Kent wouldn’t let the Concordia University Men’s Basketball team fall on Wednesday (Jan. 13) night. The Crete native had all the answers for the Lancers, who clawed back within six points late in the contest before being... Read More