Concordia's Geiseman Gymnasium dates back to 1925 with the construction of the older of its two gymnasiums (the South Gym). The North Gym was added in 1965 and has been the home for Cougar men's and women's basketball games and volleyball matches since that time. read more
Concordia University Chicago has announced Randy Rogers as its new head coach for the mens basketball program. Rogers succeeds Tyler Jones, who coached the Cougar men the previous seven seasons.
“I am very happy to return to Concordia University Chicago and have this opportunity to coach the mens basketball team,” said Rogers. “This is an exciting challenge ahead of me, and I would like to thank (director of athletics) Pete Gnan and the CUC administrators for their faith in my ability to lead this program.”
Rogers was a starting guard/forward and co-captain for the Cougars from 1980-83 under CUC Hall of Fame coach Tom Faszholz. Transferring in as a sophomore from Concordia Ann Arbor, he averaged 12.7 points in his first season with the Cougars in 1980-81 and was a member of that years Concordia Invitational Tournament (CIT) championship team.