The Bulldogs would fight to compete with the division II William Jewell and No. 1 Charika Derman would relish a big time singles victory and her first dual win as a Bulldog.
The Bulldogs traveled to Salina, Kansas and competed in the NAIA Central-West ITA Regional Championships the past few days (Sept. 24-26).
The Bulldogs competed in the GPAC fall individual tournament on Friday and Saturday (Sept. 15&16).
Concordia women’s tennis team opened their 2023-24 season at the Bethany College Invitational this past weekend (Sept. 8&9).
Concordia Athletics has introduced Lisa Hart as Bulldog Head Coach of men's and women's tennis. Hart has worked previously as head coach at the University of Nebraska, Washington State University and Virginia Tech.
Sophomores Tessa Blough and Brooke Hosick represented Concordia Women's Tennis with 2023 Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athlete recognition. Blough was also recently named a GPAC All-Conference honoree.
Mariana Molano headlined a group of four Bulldogs named to the 2023 all-conference teams announced by the GPAC on May 9. Molano was joined with honors by Tessa Blough, Tara Ferrel and Alana Lopez Pagan.
The postseason run concluded in the GPAC semifinals on Friday (April 28) as Concordia Women's Tennis defeated Northwestern and then lost to Midland. The Bulldogs racked up 13 wins and Ella Dean broke a school record in doubles.
The pairings are set for the 2023 GPAC Women's Tennis Tournament. As the No. 4 seed, the Bulldogs will take on fifth-seeded Northwestern in the quarterfinals. Both the quarterfinal and semifinal rounds will take place on Friday.
Concordia will enter next week's GPAC tournament having won four of its last five matches. The Bulldogs found a way to pull out the close battles on Saturday (April 22) and eked past Northwestern, 4-3, in Fremont.
A youth movement has taken hold for the Bulldogs, who are leaning upon the experience of Tara Ferrel and a lineup full of freshmen and sophomores. Concordia's talented group of rookies features Mariana Molano.
In many ways, the 2022 team will be much different than the one from last year. The Bulldogs have a first-year head coach in Cam Long and a lineup that will be revamped behind No. 1 player Sofia Morales.
A season to remember for Concordia Women's Tennis included the program's first-ever GPAC regular season title and 10 total victories with the help of a deep lineup.
The last time the Concordia Women’s Tennis program finished out a full season, it nearly won the 2019 GPAC tournament title. The Bulldogs have hopes of returning to that level in 2021.
Fresh off a record breaking 2019 campaign, a talent-rich Bulldog squad aims to finish the deal this season. Coach David DeSimone's team is long on experience, depth and talent.
The 2019 Concordia women's tennis team set a new, high standard for the program. Led by Marlene Maier at the top of the lineup, the Bulldogs broke the program wins record and reached the GPAC championship match.
On the heels of three GPAC semifinal appearances in a row, the Bulldogs hope to break through and reach the title match this spring. Concordia welcomed in an impact transfer in Marlene Maier.
Based on the final month of the 2017 season, Concordia women’s tennis appears that it may be ready for a breakthrough. Led by senior Annie Horn, the Bulldogs have hopes of moving beyond the GPAC semifinals.
A native of Denver, Colo., Annie Horn has brought a big city game to Concordia. The standout senior is coming off a junior season that saw her win 15 singles matches and go undefeated against GPAC opponents.
The 2016 Bulldogs were made up of almost exclusively freshmen and sophomores. A year later, Coach Joel Reckewey has a much more experienced roster led by the likes of Alison Ebel, Annie Horn and Kayla Smock.