SchoolGPACOverall
6Briar Cliff14-2.87523-3.88513-110-20-0Won 1
 Nebraska Wesleyan11-5.68816-6.7278-28-40-0Won 3
13Dakota Wesleyan11-6.64719-8.70410-39-50-0Lost 1
RVMidland10-6.62513-11.54210-22-81-1Won 3
 Hastings9-7.56316-9.6408-27-51-2Won 1
 Concordia8-9.47116-10.6158-45-63-0Won 1
 Dordt8-9.47113-13.50010-21-92-2Lost 3
 Northwestern7-9.43813-12.5207-44-72-1Lost 1
 Morningside6-10.37510-15.4006-43-91-2Lost 2
 Doane6-11.35310-16.3854-65-101-0Won 2
 Mount Marty0-16.0001-24.0401-110-120-1Lost 15
2015-16
1Davenport University
2University of Saint Francis
3University of Saint Francis
4Indiana Wesleyan University
5Union College
6Briar Cliff University
7Tabor College
8Northwest Christian University
9Bethel College
10Keiser University
13Dakota Wesleyan University
RVMidland University
 
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Men's Basketball
Hastings at 90
Northwestern 88
(RV)Midland at 92
Dordt 79
Nebraska Wesleyan at 107
(13)Dakota Wesleyan 97
Concordia at 83
Morningside 79
Doane at 77
Mount Marty 66
Thursday, Feb 4
Men's Basketball
Doane at 87
Hastings 78
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Wednesday, Feb 3
Men's Basketball
Mount Marty at 59
(6)Briar Cliff 102
Dordt at 67
(13)Dakota Wesleyan 82
Morningside at 65
Northwestern 82
Concordia at 83
Nebraska Wesleyan 96
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Concordia vs 86
Concordia University-Wisconsin 85
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Mount Marty at 55
Hastings 94
(3)Briar Cliff at 78
Midland 95
Coaches vs. Cancer Game
(14)Dakota Wesleyan at 82
Doane 80
Northwestern at 84
Nebraska Wesleyan 90
Grace University at 66
Morningside 77
Friday, Jan 29
Men's Basketball
Concordia vs 85
Concordia University 65
Concordia Invitational Tournament
Wednesday, Jan 27
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Northwestern at 91
(3)Briar Cliff 99
Nebraska Wesleyan at 63
Midland 92
 
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Amid Season-Ending Injury, Birtell Thankful for Bulldog Career
Men's Basketball - Fri, Feb. 1, 2013

By Jake Knabel, Concordia University Sports Information Director

Concordia star senior post player Porter Birtell will miss the remainder of his senior season as a Bulldog due to various injuries, the team has announced. Birtell suffered a concussion on Jan. 23 at Doane while also playing with a torn pectoral muscle and shin splints.

"I would like to thank everyone for all their prayers and support over these last four years," Birtell wrote in a statement. "I would especially like to thank my parents, coaches, teammates, fans and certainly my savior Jesus for the wonderful privilege of playing for the Bulldogs. Wearing the Concordia jersey and representing the university has been a great honor. I praise God for giving me such an awesome opportunity to glorify Him!"

Despite playing with significant pain this season, Birtell led the Bulldogs in scoring at 13.6 points per game and ranked second with 5.2 rebounds per contest in 20 games. The native of Madison, Neb., finishes his four-year Concordia career with 1,390 points and 712 rebounds. He was nearly automatic once he touched the ball in the paint as he shot 61.8 percent from the field in 101 career games.

"His faith is evident and he has given so much for this team," head coach Marty Kohlwey said. "This was especially evident during this season as he has dealt with multiple injuries throughout while playing with constant pain."

Last season Birtell averaged 17.2 points and 8.3 rebounds on the way to First Team All-GPAC and Honorable Mention All-America honors.

Birtell had his most dominant performance of his career last season when he piled up 37 points while making all 12 shots from the field in a 94-75 upset of then No. 14 Northwestern on the road. In his career, Birtell notched 17 games with 20 or more points.