College roundup: Cobbers rally on ice

Four unanswered goals in the third period helped the Concordia Cobbers overcome a 2-0 deficit to defeat the St. Scholastica Saints 4-3 in men's college hockey action on Saturday night.

Four unanswered goals in the third period helped the Concordia Cobbers overcome a 2-0 deficit to defeat the St. Scholastica Saints 4-3 in men's college hockey action on Saturday night.

Aaron Marsh's sixth goal of the season tied the game for Concordia (8-3-0, 5-2-0 MIAC), while Justin Bracy's first goal proved to be the game-winner.

Cobber goaltender Tom Aulik made 28 saves, while Saints goalie Josh Liebig stopped 34 shots.

Brian Charneski scored a goal and had two assists for St. Scholastica (2-9-1) in the loss.

FIRST PERIOD: No scoring.


SECOND PERIOD: 1, SS, Finseth (Charneski, Erickson) 8:38. 2, SS, Rossa (Charneski) 16:38.

THIRD PERIOD: 3, CC, Berggren (Notermann, Peterson) :18. 4, CC, Marsh (Vix, Rehm) 5:32. 5, CC, Kleven (Rehm, Castaneda) 6:11. 6, CC, Bracy (Marsh, Ronning) 6:58. 7, SS, Charneski (unassisted) 19:23 (ex).

Goalie saves: SS, Liebig 13-9-12--34. CC, Aulik 5-11-12--28.

Concordia 1, St. Mary's 1 (OT)

WINONA, Minn. -- Katie Jacques scored the only goal for the Cobbers (6-1-1, 4-1-1 MIAC) as they skated to a 1-1 tie with St. Mary's Saturday in Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference women's hockey.

FIRST PERIOD: 1, C, Jacques (Richte, Ryden), 11:56 (pp).

SECOND PERIOD: 2, SM, Schultz (Kostel, Graf), 3:09.

THIRD PERIOD: No scoring.


Goalie saves: C, Wilson 7-3-10-4--24. SM, Meemken 4-12-5-0--21.

UND 3, Wayne (Mich.) State 2

GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Sherrie White scored her second goal of the game with 46 second remaining, giving the Sioux their first-ever season sweep over the Warriors in women's hockey Saturday.

FIRST PERIOD: No scoring.

SECOND PERIOD: 1, UND, White (Girtz) 3:59. 2, WSU, Zamora (Langley) 19:31.

THIRD PERIOD: 3, WSU, Jones (Benninger) 9:01. 4, UND, McCann (Nelson, Yorga) 9:30. 5, UND, White (Bakhit) 19:14.

Goalie saves: WS, VanderMarliere 9-12-8--29. UND, Hasbargen 6-8-11--25.

Bison 20th at Cliff Keen Invite


LAS VEGAS -- Brian Kraemer won four matches Saturday at 197 pounds, earning an eighth-place finish through wrestlebacks at the Cliff Keen wrestling Invitational at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Kraemer, ranked No. 4 in Division II, fell 12-3 to Michigan's Kyle Smith in the seventh-place match.

With competiton still remaining, the Bison sit in 20th place with 28.5 points.

Last matches Saturday

125: Lisa, West Virginia, dec. Strawser 8-6

133: Faber, Calif.-Davis, pin Magee 3:19.

141: Bennett, Air Force, maj. dec. Bitz 8-0

149: Palamino, Fresno St., dec. Stevens 4-3

157: Young, Harvard, MD Carlson 11-3

165: Griffin, Harvard, pin Fielder 3:18.

174: Boudro, Michigan, pin Pike 2:24.

184: Singh, Fresno St., dec. Hermann 9-5

197: Smith, Michigan, MD Kraemer 12-3

285: Schunke, No. Colorado, dec. Bryce 3-2

Cobbers 6th in Simpson tourney

Conocordia heavyweight William Duppler was 3-0 Saturday, helping the Cobbers place sixth at the Simpson College (Iowa) Dual wrestling Tournament on Saturday.

Team scores: Simpson 5-0, Coe (Iowa) 4-0, Waldorf College (Iowa) 2-2, Central Missouri State 2-2, Dakota Wesleyan 1-3, Concordia 1-3, Cornell College (Iowa) 0-5.

Concordia results

Concordia 18, Cornell College 15

Central Missouri State 33, Concordia 9

Coe 32, Concordia 6

Simpson 39, Concordia 3

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