H/A date Opponent Time Pregame News and Notes
| Last Years Game |
11/04 CC vs. ST. JOHN'S
St. John's 5
11/04 Concordia Drops Season Finale to St. John's.
Concordia conceeded four first half goals and lost the last game of the 2000
season 5-1 to St. John's. The loss leaves Concordia's final season record at
5-4-2 in the MIAC and 9-7-2 overall.
Records 1st 2nd Tot
St. John's (7-3-0, 13-5-0) 4 1 5
Concordia (5-4-1, 9-7-2) 0 1 1
SJU - 3:47 Ben Bahr (Unassisted)
SJU - 6:35 Andrew Spidahl (Unassisted)
SJU - 14:30 Ben Bahr (Eric Hendrickson)
SJU - 25:31 Noel Quinn (Ross Golla)
SJU - 89:23 Matt Howard (Hendrickson)
CC - 89:50 Kevin Roos (4) (Fu Endo)
CC - 13
SJU - 18
CC - 6
SJU - 5
CC - 18
SJU - 25
CC - Kris Overby - 7
SJU - Kevin Kohnen - 6
Kevin Bell - 0
Pregame News and Notes:
Rock Solid "D" vs. High Octane "O"
(Concordia's league leading defense against St. John's second rated offense)
The Teams :
Concordia (5-3-1, 9-6-1)
The Cobbers are coming off their first MIAC road victory of the year, a 2-0 shutout of Bethel. In that game Gennard Lombardozzi's (Jr., Billings, MT) diving header in the 11th minute put Concordia up to stay. Paul Poduska (Fort Collins, CO) added the insurance goal in the second half. Kris Overby (Fr., Fargo, ND) collected his seventh shutout of the season, one more and he will tie the school record for shutouts in a season. Concordia has only given up seven goals in conference play, tied for the league lead. The Cobbers can finish as high as third in the MIAC with a win and a St. Olaf loss to Carleton, or as low as sixth with a loss. Concordia is also shooting for a 10 win season.
St. John's (6-3-0, 12-5-0)
St. John's is coming off a 6-1 thumping of St. Olaf. In that game Ben Bahr (So., Brooklyn Park, MN) scored just 16 seconds into the game, one of the fastest goals in school history. St. John's exploded for five goals in the second half after going into the break tied at one. It was the third time this season that the Johnnies have scored five goals in a half. They also accomplished the feat against Augsburg in the first half and against Bethel in the second half. St. John's has scored 45 goals so far this season
and have over 20 players with at least one point. St. John's can finish as high as third in the MIAC with a win today or as low as tied for fifth with a loss.
St. John's Leads the Series 6-5-2
Last year's 4-2 Concordia win was the first time since 1992, when Jim Cella took over at Concordia, that a Concordia/St. John's game has been determined by more than one goal.
5 Years Ago: Concordia 2 St. John's 1 OT
Forrest Olson (Fargo, ND) finished off a great counterattack play from midfield as the Cobbers beat the Johnnies in overtime. The win helped Concordia win their first MIAC title in school history.
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