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Join us as we dive into a remarkable day of recognition and community engagement at Concordia College Moorhead, where extraordinary student-athletes like Maddie Guler are celebrated for their achievements on and off the field. Read more to discover the impact of the Golden Cobbs Awards and the inspiring Cobber InSports Day.

The Golden Cobb Awards

Concordia College Moorhead recently held the Golden Cobbs award ceremony, celebrating outstanding student-athletes who excel both in academics and in their sports. This year, we were proud to collaborate with Concordia to give out this year’s Super Cobb Award to student athlete, Maddie Guler, a standout from Pelican Rapids, MN. This award recognizes a student-athlete who not only maintains a high GPA but also excels in their athletic pursuits and contributes significantly to the community.

About Maddie Guler

Maddie Guler has been a force in women’s basketball and track & field at Concordia. She has maintained an impressive 3.95 GPA in Biology and Psychology, aiming for a future in medicine. Beyond the courts and classrooms, Maddie actively engages in community service, participating in various campus and local initiatives. Her dedication epitomizes the balance of academic excellence, athletic achievement, and community involvement:

Athletic Achievements

– 2-sport athlete
– Played in all 26 games in 2024
– Finished in the Top 5 of Division III for assist-to-turnover ratio
– Played in 86 career games in her career
– Had 67 assists in her career
– MIAC All-Conference in the 4×100-meter relay at the 2023 MIAC Outdoor Meet
– MIAC All-Conference Honorable Mention in the 4×400-meter relay at the 2023 MIAC Outdoor Meet

Academic Achievements

– 3.95 GPA in Biology & Psychology (Pre-Med)
– Teaching Assistant
– 2024 CSC Academic All-District
– MIAC Academic All-Conference
– Dean’s List

Service Achievements

– SAAC member
– Member of the Homecoming Committee
– Campus Events Commission
– Orientation
– Volunteer for Legacy Foot Delivery, Reading in the Classroom and Cobber Kids
– Youth Summer Basketball Camp helper

Concordia College InSports Day

The day following the award show, we hosted the Cobber InSports Day with student athletes from Concordia. 130 fourth graders from Robert Asp Elementary, joined us for a day filled with sports activities and educational sessions, aimed to inspire these young minds about the importance of teamwork, health, and community engagement.

Events like the Golden Cobbs and Cobber InSports Day are a reaffirmation of Concordia’s commitment to developing leaders in our community. By recognizing and nurturing the multifaceted talents of their student-athletes, Concordia and the InSports Foundation are laying a foundation for future generations to thrive both on and off the field.