There are all kinds of students at Concordia—those who are extreme sports fanatics, those who are passive fans who enjoy attending games, and those who would rather be studying. The most popular sports games tend to be ones like the homecoming football game or games in the playoffs. Concordia is barely a Division III school, actually more of a subset, and while the school teams do fairly well on a yearly basis, they are not an important part of student life. Be warned, potential student: Sports are not the main focus of Concordia College.
The athletic facilities are satisfactory for students and athletes alike. They are accessible to athletes and all students and typically are very sanitary. Also, the intramural scene on campus is a decent size. Students can choose from sports ranging from ultimate Frisbee to pickleball to more popular ones like basketball and flag football. All of these require much less work than competing in actual school sports, but you still get to exercise and have fun during the week while taking a break from studying.