2010-11 Women's Basketball
Women's Basketball Standings
2Northwestern18-01.00035-1.972--17-013-15-0Won 22
3Morningside15-3.83329-6.8293.015-29-25-2Lost 1
6Sioux Falls14-4.77827-6.8184.010-214-33-1Lost 1
20Mount Marty12-6.66722-10.6886.09-313-60-1Lost 2
17Briar Cliff12-6.66721-13.6186.09-26-56-6Lost 1
 Dordt7-11.38917-13.56711.09-46-82-1Lost 1
 Doane7-11.38910-19.34511.05-84-101-1Lost 1
 Concordia6-12.33315-17.46912.08-76-91-1Lost 1
 Nebraska Wesleyan6-12.33311-16.40712.05-65-91-1Lost 1
 Hastings5-13.27812-18.40013.05-84-103-0Lost 1
 Midland4-14.22212-19.38714.06-103-93-0Lost 6
 Dakota Wesleyan2-16.1116-25.19416.04-92-160-0Lost 11
Recent Headlines
Women's Basketball - Wed, Mar. 4, 2015 at 11:40 AM
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(Sioux City, Iowa) – For the second consecutive year Bailey Morris of Concordia has been selected as the Hauff Mid-America Sports/Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Women's Basketball Player-of-the-Year and headlines the GPAC Basketball All-Conference Teams for 2014-15. Morris, a senior, averaged 18.6 points, 3.5 rebounds, 4.3 steals and 5.1 assists per game for the Bulldogs who were runner-up for the GPAC regular season title, going 18-2 in league play.

Women's Basketball - Tue, Mar. 3, 2015 at 9:00 PM
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(Sioux City, Iowa) – Concordia snapped Morningside's 39-game home winning streak with an 80-72 win in the title game of the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Women's Postseason Basketball Tournament.

Women's Basketball - Sat, Feb. 28, 2015
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(Sioux City, Iowa) – The top two seeds, Morningside and Concordia each punched their ticket to the championship game of the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Women's Postseason Basketball Tournament.  The top-seeded Mustangs defeated fourth-seed Briar Cliff 77-62 at home, while second-seed Concordia also won at home over third-seed Hastings, 67-60. 

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