Concordia University – Men’s Soccer College Spotlight

Although it is rarely covered by the traditional media giants of the state, Nebraska is filled with exciting and competitive collegiate soccer programs. In fact, Nebraska contains a grand total of THIRTY programs for men and women. Those thirty programs compete across a wide variety of collegiate levels including Division I, Division II, Division III, NAIA, and junior college.

Nebraska Soccer Talk is here to examine, cover, and promote all of these teams. This task has been made a bit more challenging by the circumstances created by COVID-19. Depending on the playing level, conference, and school, the season outlook changes drastically. Roster information can also be in flux, depending on the school. Despite these challenges, our staff attempted to put together the best program summaries possible. To our knowledge, we are the only outlet providing such coverage to our state’s college programs.

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Concordia University

Head Coach – Jason Weides

2020 will be Coach Weides 13th season as head coach of the bulldogs program. Throughout his years in charge, his squad has compiled a 117-89-24 record and consistently achieved program firsts. Overall, this is a great coaching story as Coach Weides worked his way through the high school ranks and served as an assistant coach before getting a chance to lead a program. Since that time, Concordia has been a consistent winner in a tough GPAC field. With Weides at the helm, Concordia will have a stable and successful program for many years to come.

Mascot – Bulldogs

Year Regular Season Record GPAC Record
2019 10-6-2 5-4-2
2018 10-5-4 6-2-3
2017 16-3-1 7-2
2016 11-7-2 6-3

Nebraska Homegrown Players On Roster – 

  • #9 Isaiah Shaddick – Soph – Lincoln – F
  • #19 Braden Spath – Fr – Kearney – Mid
  • #27 Caleb Goldsmith – Jr – Lincoln – Mid
  • #28 Moises Jacobo – Soph – Grand Island – Mid
  • #29 Daniel Campbell – Jr – Bellevue – F
  • #30 Matt Schultz – Soph – Lincoln – Mid

6/28 = 21%

Known Recruiting Class – Carter Hinman (Gretna High School)

NEST Analysis – Concordia is a solid Nebraska program that represents the state very well on the collegiate stage. Concordia has elevated itself to a contender status in the GPAC. The roster is filled with international talent from Nebraska to England to Columbia. With that type of variety, some teams would fail to develop proper on-field chemistry. However, that is simply not the case with these bulldogs, which is a testament to the strong team culture. We can’t wait to cover this program for years to come.


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