Concordia Cheer has announced a 2024 competition schedule complete with six regular season competitive dates, beginning with a home dual. The slate includes CIT at CUW and another Concordia Duals event inside Friedrich Arena.
A trio of Bulldogs from the Concordia Competitive Cheer team has been honored with 2022-23 Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athlete recognition. The award winners are Kayla Johnson, Victoria Perry and Elizabeth Schultz.
For the second year in a row, Shelby Timmerman has represented the Concordia Competitive Cheer program with all-conference recognition. Timmerman was named a 2023 honorable mention All-GPAC award winner on Monday (Feb. 23).
The program moved up a rung from the previous year, placing third at the GPAC Championships in a school-record breaking outing at the 2023 conference competition. Individually, Shelby Timmerman garnered All-GPAC honors.
It’s championship week for the Concordia University Competitive Cheer and Dance teams. The 2023 GPAC Championship competition (also a group qualifier for dance) will unfold on Friday for dance and on Saturday for cheer.
The school record was reset once again as Concordia Cheer placed second out of six teams at the Dordt Invite. The Bulldogs recorded a score of 82.38 while up against a field made up exclusively of GPAC rivals.
In hosting teams from 18 institutions, the Bulldogs went 1-1 at the Concordia Day of Duals on Saturday (Feb. 11). The Bulldogs posted respective scores of 72.45 and 79.7 while falling to Kansas Wesleyan and defeating Columbia.
In the first leg of a monster weekend, Concordia Cheer broke the school record for highest single competition score with an 82.03 on Friday (Feb. 10). It was good enough to put the Bulldogs in fourth place at the York University Crown Classic.
In a major event set for Saturday (Feb. 11), the Concordia Cheer & Dance programs will host 15 cheer and 15 dance teams from across the NAIA. The format will include two rounds of duals for both cheer and dance.
In its return to action following the Concordia Invitational Tournament, Concordia Competitive Cheer fell short of the type of crisp, clean routine that it sought. The Bulldogs placed third at the Doane Invite with a score of 70.60.
The Bulldogs are ready to return to the mat after making big gains in 2022 as a program. Leaders such as Brenden Ingram and Shelby Timmerman are back with eyes on making a push for a spot at the 2023 NAIA National Championships.
After becoming the first All-GPAC award winner in the history of Concordia Cheer, Shelby Timmerman is just getting started. Timmerman is one of the top current Bulldog athletes that some may not have heard of. It's time to get to know more about the Clatonia, Neb., native.
After taking a big leap forward in 2021, Head Coach Mandi Maser's competitive cheer squad is poised for even better in 2022. The Bulldogs are led by the likes of Brenden Ingram, Kathryn Taylor and Shelby Timmerman.
As a Bulldog, Kaci Hohenthaner has fully capitalized on a unique set of skills as a volleyball and cheer athlete. She can serve, she can pass, she can tumble, and she’s a future marketer.
Competition week is upon the Concordia University Cheer program, which will open up the 2021 season on Wednesday (Jan. 13). The team is captained by Josie O’Laughlin and Cora Rhode.