Cobbers women's basketball rebounds in second half to defeat Macalester
Concordia recovered from a six-point halftime deficit by limiting the Scots to just 19 second-half points on Wednesday.
ST. PAUL — Concordia erased a six-point halftime deficit largely by holding Macalester to just 19 points in the second half of a 67-58 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game on Wednesday.
The Scots led 39-33 at the break but scored just six points in the third quarter and the Cobbers entered the fourth up by one.
Concordia outscored the Scots 21-13 in the fourth and never trailed after Mary Sem's layup with 7:39 left put them up 48-47.
Emily Beseman led the Cobbers with 14 points and Jennie Sem scored 14. Sophia Tobin and Jordyn Kahler came off the bench to score nine points apiece. Mary Sem scored eight points
Concordia has won three in a row and five of its last six. The Cobbers improved to 5-6 in the MIAC and 5-8 overall, and they play host to St. Benedict at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29.