• As part of the spring portion of the 2022-23 schedule, Concordia Men's Tennis will play 17 regular season matches, including six against GPAC opponents. The Bulldogs concluded the 2021-22 season at 9-9 overall (4-2 GPAC).

  • In the final outing of the fall, the Bulldogs were defeated by NCAA Division II William Jewell, 5-2. At the bottom of the lineup, Juan Rabellino and Manuel Rodriguez claimed a singles win apiece for Concordia (1-2).

  • Five Bulldogs took to the courts in Wichita, Kan., and represented the Bulldogs at the ITA Central-West Regional Championships. A doubles victory for Hugo Fuentes and Juan Rabellino was the major highlight for Concordia.

  • Despite having the advantage after doubles play, the Bulldogs slipped up by a 5-2 final score at the hands of Iowa Central Community College. Santiago Abadia paced Concordia by winning in both singles and doubles.

  • Lineup depth proved the difference on Tuesday (Sept. 13) as the Bulldogs opened the fall season with a 4-3 win at Bethel College. A pair of freshmen made their debuts as part of a new-look lineup for Head Coach Cam Long.

  • Concordia Men's Tennis and eight of its team members garnered recognition from the ITA for their work in the classroom in 2021-22. Head Coach Cam Long's program was honored as an All-Academic Team award winner.

  • Joe Bindl has become the first student-athlete in the history of Concordia Tennis to be named an Academic All-American by CoSIDA. The Papillion native Bindl was named to the second team on Tuesday (June 14).

  • A group of five Bulldogs from the GPAC semifinalist Concordia squad picked up all-conference accolades, as announced by the GPAC on Friday (May 13). Isaac Howes and Eduardo Luzzi were both recognized for their play in singles.