The Concordia University men finished 20th at the 2010 NAIA National Cross Country Meet held on Saturday in Washington. A total of 32 teams and 326 individuals took part in the men’s race.
The NAIA has announced the 2010 cross country scholar-athletes. A total of 306 women and 184 men received the award this year. Concordia had three women and six men named as Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes.
The 55th annual NAIA men’s and 31st annual women’s Cross Country National Championships will take place Saturday at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site in Vancouver, Wash.
The Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) has announced the individual and coaching honors for the 2010 season. Dana Schmidt was recognized as the 2010 Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Runner-of-the-Year, while a total of five Concordia athletes earned All-Conference recognition.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics has released the team and individual qualifiers for the 2010 NAIA Men’s and Women’s Cross Country National Championships.
The Concordia University cross country teams competed in the 2010 GPAC Championships on Saturday in Yankton.
Led by Emily Deschaine and Pat Wortmann, head coach Matt Beisel's cross country squads are on the upswing. A large class of freshmen has brought a new energy to preseason training.
Emily Sievert fought injury and then brushed aside her crutches for an all-conference finish and a berth in the cross country national championships. Here's how she did it.
Concordia University will officially kick start the 2016 season this Saturday under the guidance of a new leader. Head coach Matt Beisel's teams are eyeing top-three GPAC finishes.
After 24 years under Kregg Einspahr, Concordia cross country is in the midst of a transition with first-year head coach Matt Beisel at the helm.
Concordia women’s cross country has again become a mainstay among the NAIA’s top-ranked squads. The 2015 Bulldogs have made six appearances in the national poll.
Most people don’t understand why they do what they do. In fact more often than not, the sanity of someone who would put him or herself through immense amounts of discomfort for the sake of competing in a race – is questioned.