Video Of Crazy Pass Play That Beat Cobbers At Dickinson State

Below is video of the last minute score that gave Dickinson State a 29-24 victory against Concordia last Saturday in Dickinson. The Cobbers led 24-23 before Blue Hawks receiver Derion Williams hauled in a 58-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Cody Holland off a deflection with 29 seconds to play in the fourth quarter. “The ball’s…
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Dragons Host Volleyball Tournament, Tvrdik Nearing 1,000 Career Kills

Minnesota State Moorhead hosts the Dragon Classic volleyball tournament this weekend at Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse. The Dragons play Adelphi (N.Y.) and Northern State on Friday and the Univerity of Sioux Falls and Minot State on Saturday. The home tournament is a welcomed change for MSUM, which is coming off a 1-3 start at the Oredigger…
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Cobbers Johnson Breaks Century Mark

Concordia senior forward Sam Johnson eclipsed 100 career points over the weekend, with a two-goal, one-assist effort against Wisconsin-Stout on Saturday. She now ranks fifth on the Cobbers women’s soccer career points list with 101. Angie Thom (1993-96) holds the school record with 137 points. The Cobbers host Carleton at 4 p.m. today (Sept. 7)…
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A Look At Cobbers Football Depth Chart For Season Opener

Concordia kicks of its season at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Dickinson State, which is the preseason favorite to win the NAIA Dakota Athletic Conference. Below is a look at the Cobbers’ depth chart heading into Game 1. The Cobbers have three freshmen who are listed on the depth chart: quarterback Colin Erickson (6-2, 235, Alexandria,…
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Cobbers Picked Fourth In MIAC Preseason Football Poll

The Concordia Cobbers football team is picked to finish fourth in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, according to the preseason coaches poll. The Cobbers start their season at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Dakota Athletic Conference preseason favorite Dickinson State. Concordia opens its MIAC schedule on Sept. 18 at St. John’s. The following week the Cobbers…
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