Women's Hockey Earns First-Ever Trip To NCAA TournamentNo.10-ranked Concordia made program history on Monday morning as they were selected to play in their first-ever NCAA Tournament. The Cobbers will play at No.1-ranked Rochester Inst. of Technology on Saturday at 1 p.m. in the quarterfinals of the national playoffs. The Cobbers earned their trip to the national playoffs by posting a 15-5-5 overall record. It marks the second straight season that Concordia has posted a school record 15 overall wins. Under second-year head coach Brett Bruininks the Cobbers have recorded 30 wins and participated in two straight MIAC playoff tournaments.
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Alisa Whitley '02 found a unique way to use her history degree. Her job at the Marine Corps Archives & Special Collections has her processing collections of historical documents from U.S. Marine Corps personnel.