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March 3, 2010
- Concordia finished sixth in the nation in attendance in NCAA Division III it was announced by the NCAA last week. The Cobbers drew an average of 4,313 fans for their five home games in 2009 and was bolstered by a season-high attendance mark of 6,052 fans for the game against St. John's on Family Weekend. It marks the fourth time in the past five seasons Concordia has finished the season ranked in the top 10 in Division III attendance. The MIAC led nation in overall attendance for the fifth straight year this season.
Men's Basketball (13-12/9-11 MIAC - 7th Place)
- End of Season
Women's Basketball (18-8/17-5 MIAC - 3rd Place)
- End of Season
Men's Hockey (5-15-5/4-6-5 MIAC - 7th Place)
- Five Concordia players earned MIAC postseason honors it was announced by the league office on Monday. Sophomore defenseman Erick Galt (Fargo, N.D.) was named to the MIAC All-Conference Team for the second consecutive season while Marc Harrie (So., Fargo, N.D.), Casey Olson (Sr., Rock Springs, Wyo.) and Nick Thielen (So., Moorhead, Minn.) earned MIAC All-Conference Honorable Mention honors and Pat Deitz (Fr., Moorhead, Minn.) was placed on the MIAC All-Rookie Team.
- All-MIAC Details: 2009-10 Men's Hockey MIAC All-Conference List
Women's Hockey (12-11-2/7-9-2 MIAC - lost at St. Thomas 6-1 and 2-1)
- Concordia completed their season with a pair of losses at St. Thomas last weekend. In the series the Cobbers outshot the Tommies in both games but went 0-for-14 on the power play and had their playoff chances fall by the way side.
Cobber sophomore Katelyn Dold (St. Cloud, Minn./St. Cloud Tech HS) finished the year with 15 goals and 21 assists for 36 points in all games and 12 goals and 16 assists for 28 points in conference play. She led the league in scoring and assists in overall games and MIAC contests. She was first in the league in goals in conference games but second in overall games. Teammate Emily Sell (Jr., Williston, N.D.) was third in the league in overall games with 15 goals and 14 assists for 29 points. She had a goal and an assist in the Cobber's series with the Tommies.
Men's Track & Field (competed at the St. Olaf Qualifier Meet)
- Concordia sophomore Tommy Mammen (Worthington, Minn.) recorded the third-fastest time in school history in the 200 meters at the St. Olaf Qualifier. He sped to a 23.15 and finished fourth in the event. Mammen's time is the fastest by a Cobber athlete since Micah Benson ran a 23.04 at the MIAC Meet in 2000. His time also bettered his previous season best time in the event this year by .45 seconds. Mammen also recorded a personal best time in the 55 meters for the fifth straight week. He
clocked a time of 6.71 which ties for the ninth best in school history and marks only the third time in the last 10 years that a CC athlete has run a sub 6.75 55 meters.
- Two other Cobber athletes turned in school top 10 marks at the St. Olaf meet. Jason Sather (Plymouth, Minn./Armstrong HS) ran a 23.53 in the 200 meters and finished 10th in the event. Sather's time is the 10th fastest in school history and is also a personal best. Tom Sederquist (Jr., Moorhead, Minn.), who was sick all week, battled his way to a 2:33.40 in the 1000 meters and was fourth at the meet. His time is the seventh best in school history and fastest since 2005.
Women's Track & Field (competed at the St. Olaf Qualifier)
- Cobber sophomore Tatijana MullerDahlberg (Fargo, N.D./Oak Grove HS) continues to have a breakout season. MuellerDahlberg had a pair of top 10 finishes at the St. Olaf Qualifier and claimed the only event win for CC. She recorded a time of 7.53 in the finals of the 55-meter dash and finished fifth in the event. That time is a season best and ties for the fourth fastest in school history. MuellerDahlberg won a triple jump event for the fourth time this season. She recorded a distance of 36-00.00 to win at St. Olaf which was the fifth consecutive week she has recorded a distance of at least 36-00.00 in the event. She currently has the top mark in the MIAC this season with a jump of 36-11.00 which she set at the Cobber Open.
- Senior Tara Ray (Darby, Mont.) had a trio of top 5 finishes at the St. Olaf Qualifier. She was runner-up in the high jump with a height of 4-10.50, finished third in the long jump with a distance of 16-05.00 and placed fifth in the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 9.18. Her time in the 55-meter hurdles is a personal best.
W. Swimming & Diving (Finished 7th at MIAC Championship Meet)
- Concordia senior diver Lauren Trudeau (Stillwater, Minn./Chisago Lakes HS) will find out on Friday if she is invited to the NCAA National Meet on Mar. 17-20 at the University of Minnesota. Trudeau had three different national qualifying scores in the 1-meter but then had to send in a DVD of her diving to the NCAA to be reviewed in order to participate at nationals.
Wrestling (12-5 - Finished 2nd at NCAA Regional Meet)
National Ranking - 7th in the latest Brute/Adidas National Poll
- Four Cobbers wrestlers will compete at the NCAA National Meet on Friday and Saturday in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
- Ben Anderson (Jr., Frazee, Minn.) earned an at-large bid at 141 after finishing fourth at the region meet.
- Justin Berns (Jr., Perham, Minn.) finished second at 149 and in the process won his 100th career match at Concordia. He becomes only the seventh wrestler in school history to achieve that milestone.
- Ross Dankers (Jr., Cambridge, Minn.) was the surprise of the meet for CC as he placed second at 174. His
- Phil Moenkedick (Jr., Perham, Minn.) won his third consecutive regional championship by going 4-0 and capturing the title at 184.
- Fans can follow all the action at the NCAA National Meet website. There will be live scoring for each match. NCAA Division III National Meet Website.
Men's Tennis (4-5/0-1 MIAC - 3-2 in Florida Matches)
- Concordia went 3-2 on their annual spring break trip to Orlando, Fla. The Cobbers finished off the week by blanking Alma (Mich.) 9-0 on Saturday. Alma was the only NCAA Division III opponent the Cobbers faced in Florida.
- Concordia freshman Devin Larson (Baxter, Minn./Brainerd HS) led the team in Florida. Larson went 4-1 in singles play and also posted a 4-1 mark in doubles competition.
Women's Tennis (2-3/0-0 MIAC - 1-3 in Florida Matches)
- Concordia went 1-3 in their four matches on their annual spring break trip to Orlando, Fla. last week. The Cobbers finished the trip in style by beating Alma (Mich.) 8-1 on Saturday.
- Cobber senior Amy Freeman (Staples, Minn./Staples-Motley HS) led the team on the spring break trip. Freeman went 3-1 in singles play with her only loss coming at the hands of NAIA powerhouse Palm Beach Atlantic. Freeman has a team-leading four singles victories this year.
Baseball (0-0/0-0 MIAC)
- Concordia opens the 2010 season with four games in the Metrodome this weekend. The Cobbers will play two games against Elmhurst (Ill.) on Friday at 10 p.m. and then meet Edgewood (Wis.) on Saturday for a doubleheader starting at 10 p.m. All told Concordia will play 13 games in the former home of the Minnesota Twins as they prepare for the conference season. The Metrodome swing will culminate on Mar. 31 when CC squares off against NCAA Division I foe the University of Minnesota.
Fastpitch Softball (2-9/0-0 MIAC - 2-9 in Florida Games)
- Concordia went 2-9 in their 11 games on their annual trip to Florida over spring break. The Cobbers saved their best for last as they posted a 12-4 win over UM-Dearborn (Mich.) on Friday. The Cobbers will play four games inside the Augsburg Dome this weekend. CC will play a double dip against Luther on Friday at noon and then turn around and square off against UW-La Crosse on Saturday at 8 a.m.
- Cobber sophomore Kesley Jones (Billings, Mont./Billings West HS) led the team on their Florida trip. Jones, who earned All-Conference Honorable Mention honors last year, batted .320 in all games and was second in RBI (5) and total bases (9). She also picked up both of the Concordia wins and finished with a 3.20 ERA in the seven games she appeared.