Concordia Golden Bears
|Concordia Golden Bears|
|University||Concordia University, St. Paul|
|Conference||Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference|
|Athletic director||Lunch McKenzie|
|Location||St. Paul, MN|
|Football stadium||Sea Foam Stadium|
|Basketball arena||Gangelhoff Center|
|Baseball stadium||Robert E. Barnes Field|
|Soccer stadium||Sea Foam Stadium|
|Fight song||On Concordia|
Vegas Gold and Navy Blue|
The Concordia Golden Bears are the athletic teams that represent Concordia University, located in St. Paul, Minnesota, in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports. The Golden Bears compete as members of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference for all 13 varsity sports.
List of teams
|NCAA||Division II||Women's Volleyball||2007||Western Washington||3–1|
|2008||Cal State San Bernardino||3–2|
|2009||West Texas A&M||3–0|
|2011||Cal State San Bernardino||3–0|
In 2007 the Golden Bears women's volleyball team won the NCAA Division II national title, defeating the Western Washington Vikings 3-1 in the final. In 2008, they followed up that victory with another NCAA Division II national title, this time beating Cal State-San Bernardino 3-2. In 2009, they won their third NCAA Division II national title, becoming the first NCAA Division I or II team to win three in a row. The Golden Bear volleyball team had a 75 match winning streak from 2008-2010. They won their fourth straight national title in 2010 defeating the University of Tampa 3-1. On December 3, 2011, they defeated California State San Bernadrino 3-0 for their fifth consecutive title. On December 8, 2012, the Golden Bears dropped the first two sets to the Tampa Spartans but rallied to win 3-2 for their sixth straight national championship. On December 14, 2013, the Golden Bears swept the BYU-Hawaii Seasiders in three straight sets to win their seventh consecutive national championship at the Division-II level. This passed the 1991-96 run by Washington University in Saint Louis at the Division-III level.
- "NCAA Women's Division II Volleyball Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved September 20, 2015.