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May 5, 2010
- Concordia held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new “Update the Jake” outdoor facilities project on Wednesday, May 5. The ceremony was held on the football field of Jake Christiansen Stadium. The event was the kickoff for the first phase of the $5 million project to update the Jake Christiansen Athletic Complex. Complete Details
Baseball (20-14/11-5 MIAC - split at St. Thomas L 0-12/W 5-1/
loss at NDSU 19-4)
- Concordia split with No.5-ranked St. Thomas on Saturday to remain tied atop the MIAC standings with the Tommies. Both teams are 11-4 in conference play with four league games remaining. If the Cobbers win all four games they would earn at least a share of their first MIAC regular season championship since 1995. If CC wins two out of the four games, they will earn their first conference playoff berth since 2005.
- Cobber senior outfielder Nick Lewis (Fergus Falls, Minn.) had his hitting streak end at 20 consecutive games. That ties the school record for most consecutive games with at least one hit. Former All-American Kyle Johnson had a 20-game streak in 2008.
- Senior Nate Haase (Bertha, Minn./Bertha-Hewitt HS) is the hottest Cobber hitter in the last eight games. Haase has an eight-game hitting streak and during that time has a .500 average and has three multiple-hit games.
Fastpitch Softball (11-28/8-14 MIAC)
- End of Season
Men's Tennis (7-10/3-6 MIAC - beat Macalester 5-4)
- Concordia freshman Devin Larson (Baxter, Minn./Brainerd HS) finished the year by earning his 11th singles win in the team's 5-4 win over Macalester. Larson posted a 6-0, 6-3 win at No.6 singles and ends his first year of collegiate tennis with an 11-6 record. He was 8-2 in his final 10 matches.
- Junior Matt Edin (Staples, Minn./Staples-Motley HS) picked up one of the Cobbers' three singles wins against the Scots. He rallied from dropping the first set 6-4 and then won 6-1 in the second set before claiming the super-set tiebreaker. For Edin it was his 10th singles victory of the year and ended a two-match losing streak. Edin finishes his junior year with a 10-6 record and has 27 wins in his first three years.
Women's Tennis (7-10/3-7 MIAC - lost to Macalester 5-4)
- Lone Cobber senior Amy Freeman (Staples, Minn./Staples-Motley HS) won both her singles and doubles matches in the team's loss to Macalester on Saturday. Freeman finished her four years in maroon and gold by teaming with Melanie Gail (Madison, Minn./Lac Qui Parle Valley HS) at No.2 doubles and earning a 9-7 win. Freeman then turned to singles play and won 6-3, 6-4 at No.3 singles. The win in singles play is the eighth of the year for Freeman and ties her for the team lead in wins with Gail. It was also Freeman's 27th career singles win.
Men's Track & Field (competed at the Ron Masanz Invite)
Sophomore Felix Okoth (Mombasa, Kenya) who won the triple jump at the Ron Masanz Invite with a distance of 46-07.50. That mark is just above the national provisional qualifying distance of 46-07.25. It is also the third farthest jump in the MIAC this season and in the top 20 of the nation. Okoth also placed fourth in the long jump with a mark of 21-02.00.
- Cobber junior Tom Sederquist (Moorhead, Minn.) clocked a 14:57.94 in the 5000 meters at the Masanz Invite and won the race by over 40 seconds. That time is a career best for Sederquist and marks only the third time in school history that an athlete has posted a sub 15-minute 5K. The time is also the second fastest in school history and fastest since the 1980 season. The school record in the 5000 meters is 14:39.08 set by Cobber Hall of Famer John Mutschelknaus in 1980.
Women's Track & Field (competed at the Jamestown Invite)
- The Cobbers competed at the Ron Masanz Invite held at MSU Moorhead on Saturday. The only event win came from the 4x400-meter relay team of Kaari Jensen (Fr., Pierz, Minn.), Megan Hoffman (Fr., Plymouth, Minn./Wayzata HS), Leah Kay (Sr., Dassel, Minn./Dassel-Cokato HS) and Kristin Slette (Sr., Moorhead, Minn.) who clocked a 4:01.21 and beat the quartet from St. Ben's by .46 of a second. That time is a season-best for a Cobber 4x400 relay team.
- Concordia junior Emily Davis (Litchfield, Minn.) won the hammer throw at the Masanz Invite and was third in the discus. She had a mark of 148-04.00 in the hammer which is a season best.
Men's Golf - End of Season
- Concordia did not receive one of the three at-large bids for the NCAA Tournament. The 37 teams were announced on Monday and will compete at the Division III Championship Meet in Hershey, Pa. on May 11-14. Twenty-seven conferences were awarded automatic qualification for the championships. Seven teams were selected from Pool B, which consists of independent institutions, and institutions that are members of conferences that do not meet the requirements for automatic qualification. The final three berths were reserved for Pool C, which are institutions from automatic-qualifying conferences that are not the conference champion and any remaining Pool B teams.