Concordia Cheer and Stunt team practice

Cheer and stunt team achievements

4/8/2022 - 2 minute read

Concordia's cheer and stunt team has been working hard throughout this 2021-2022 season to support the basketball team and bring excitement to the student body or the audience. When cheering, the ladies' chants make others feel welcomed and deliver school spirit for the university. 

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 CUI Women’s Softball has best start in team history

Nation's longest winning streak comes to an end

4/8/2022 - 2 minute read

All good things must come to an end. For the number one team in all of NCAA DII, the nation's longest winning streak came to an end on Fri, April 1. 

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VanderKlugt as a little girl

Basketball player Michaela VanderKlugt living out her collegiate dreams

4/8/2022 - 2 minute read

Graduate student and basketball player Michaela VanderKlugt has been named first team all-American and DII CAA west regional player of the year. That’s not all, though. VanderKlugt is also the all-time leading rebounder in school history, and in the PacWest she is conference player of the year, and she has scored over 2000 points in her collegiate career. The list goes on for VanderKlugt. 

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Men’s Volleyball  team celebrating and huddling up after their win against Stanford!

Did somebody say sweep against Stanford?

3/18/2022 - 2 minute read

The men’s volleyball team earned their first sweep over Stanford in program history in games played on March 3 and 4 at home; Stanford was a ranked opponent. 

 

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Men's swim celebrates victory at PCSC Championships

Men’s swim wins PCSC Championships

2/25/2022 - 2 minute read

Men’s swim won Pacific Collegiate Swim and Dive Conference (PCSC) Championships with the final race of the meet, the men’s relay. Defeating the 2020 champs, UC Santa Cruz, the men’s team edged out the competition by less than two points margin for the total meet, winning 731 to 729.5.

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Gabriel Jones, track and field athlete

Spring season sports are in full swing!

2/11/2022 - 1 minute read

Spring season sports are in full swing and our athletes are more ready than ever. Athletes planned out their goals for the season and opened up about their ideal situation moving forward after their season and what they hope the future holds for them. 

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Zach Lavine, Paul Lavine, Perrion Callendret courtside at an NBA game

NBA All Star Weekend pivots with COVID

2/11/2022 - 2 minute read

NBA all-star Zach Lavine, G-league Windy City Bulls player Perrion Callandret, and Paul Lavine opened up about the NBA All-Star Weekend this year and how COVID-19 affected the experience.

Zach Lavine said, ”COVID-19 has changed the world, basketball and the entire sports industry in many ways, but more than anything, it’s made me more appreciative of my family, my teammates, and that precious time we get to spend together. I cherish every moment.” 

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CUI Track and Field

An Eagle to start a legacy career

2/11/2022 - 2 minute read

De Wilder started a new legacy in his Eagle’s tennis career this season by transitioning from being an active tennis player to becoming the team’s assistant coach.

De Wilder started his Eagle career last season when he transferred from Eastern Illinois to join the tennis team at Concordia. As an athlete, De Wilder immediately took the role of a leader, helping bring together the team.

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Eagles pull off miraculous eight run comeback in series win

Eagles pull off miraculous eight run comeback in series win

2/11/2022 - 1 minute read

The CUI baseball team pulled off a miraculous comeback in game one of Saturday's doubleheader, scoring eight runs in the bottom of the ninth to come back for the win. In game two, the Eagles were in a position for yet another walk-off win before the game was called due to light curfew, ending in a 4-4 tie. With the results of Saturday's games, Concordia remains undefeated with a 3-0-1 record on the season.

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Concordia events to allow up to 500 fans in attendance

Concordia To Allow Up to 500 Fans For Indoor Games

2/11/2022 - 0 minute read

Starting with the Concordia University Irvine basketball doubleheader on Thursday, Jan. 27 against Chaminade, Concordia now allows up to 500 spectators to attend home games in CU Arena.

This updated policy affects home men's and women's basketball, men's volleyball and stunt games hosted at Concordia.

Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased ahead of time. 

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