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Concordia Women’s Basketball Defeat Carleton

The Cobbers Survived A Slow Start To Top The Knights Behind Strong Three-Point Shooting

MOORHEAD, MN – A 46% mark from beyond the arc, including 9 three from Emily Beseman, lifted the Cobbers to a 64-61 win over the Carleton Knights on Wednesday Night. It took Kim Wagers’ team almost six minutes to score their first basket but once the ice was broken, the maroon and white found a groove. The win pulls them…

Concordia Men’s Basketball Establishing Growth in Third Year Under Hemmingsen

Grant Hemmingsen Enters Third Season in Charge of Cobbers

MOORHEAD, Minn — Concordia men’s basketball is coming off a seven win 2018 season. Even with those struggles, the Cobbers come into 2019 with a lot of confidence. Seven of their 18 losses came by 10 points or fewer, an area the team can look to improve on. Head coach Grant Hemmingsen begins his third season in charge of the…

Concordia Women’s Basketball Begins Kim Wagers Era

Wagers Replaced 16-year coach Jessica Rahman

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Its a new era of Concordia women’s basketball . Head coach Kim Wagers comes in replacing former coach Jessica Rahman. She resigned after 16 seasons on the bench winning over two hundred games. Wagers comes in from Wisconsin Eau Claire where she was the program’s top assistant for seven years. She inherits a team that won just…

Turnovers Haunt Concordia in Loss to St. Thomas

St. Thomas shut out the Cobbers through the first three quarters

MOORHEAD, Minn. — For three straight seasons, Concordia football has finished third in the conference behind powerhouses St. John’s and St. Thomas. The Tommies have won each of the last three conference championships, and the Cobbers haven’t had a win against the program since 2007. Saturday’s revenge game also didn’t fare well for Concordia.  The Cobbers were held scoreless through…

Cobbers Football Camp Continues

Concordia opens season Sept. 1 vs Nebraska-Wesleyan.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Concordia Cobbers finished up practice number two of the season Monday morning. Head coach Terry Horan enters year 18 at the helm for the Cobbers who have come up just short of making the division III playoffs the last few seasons. Gone are the household names on offense like Michael Herzog, Jason Montonye and Chad Johnson….

NDSU Baseball Ends Non-Conference Play with Win Over Cobs

Bison improve to 19-22 with the victory.

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – The North Dakota State University baseball team closed out the non-league portion of its scheduled with a 10-0 shutout victory in seven innings over the Concordia-Moorhead Cobbers Tuesday, May 8, under the lights at Newman Outdoor Field. North Dakota State (19-22) is scheduled to open a critical three-game Summit League series against Fort Wayne Friday,…

Cobber Baseball Swept By Bethel in Home Finale

Concordia falls to 14-17 on the season.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Concordia Cobbers did not have the senior day that they would have wanted on Tuesday at the Buck. The Cobbers fell to Bethel in both games of a double header in the teams final home games of the season. Concordia fell to the Royals by a score of 4-1 in game one. The Cobbers struck out…

Cobber Baseball Splits Double Header with Tommies

Concordia baseball currently sits at 9-10.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Concordia baseball team got to play its first game on its home field on Friday, but they were not the home team. The Cobbers downed St. Thomas 2-1 in extra innings in game one and fell 6-0 in game two of the double header. In game one, Austin Erickson threw a complete game surrendering just two…

Concordia Bounces Back Against Bethel

The Cobbers improve to 3-2-2 overall

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Concordia gave up two power play goals in the third period on Friday against Bethel, sending the Cobbers home with a loss. Saturday, however, the Cobbers bounced back topping the Royals 2-1. Zach Doerring and Dalton Mills each netted a goal for Concordia. Cobbers will make the trek to St. Olaf on December 1st to go head-to-head…

Concordia Clobbers Bethel 31-7

The Cobbers improve to 3-0 on the season

MOORHEAD, Minn. (BETHEL ATHLETICS) — Bethel University’s football team traveled to Moorhead, Minn., Saturday afternoon for the 2017 MIAC opener against No. 23-ranked Concordia College. The Royals (0-3, 0-1 MIAC) gave the Cobbers a scare early as they led 7-0 after the opening frame, but 31 unanswered points propelled Concordia to their third straight victory. The second half belonged to…