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Concordia women's soccer team loses to St. Olaf

Like the Cobbers' other football team, the soccer team saw the Oles score two second-half goals to pull out the comeback win.

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NORTHFIELD, Minn. — Like the school's other football team across town at Carleton, Concordia's women's soccer team also lost a heartbreaker, 3-2, in a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game at St. Olaf on Saturday.

The Concordia football lost in overtime and the soccer team twice held leads — 1-0 and 2-1 — but St. Olaf's Faith Yi tied the game with a goal at 56:01 and the Oles' Sadie Klassen knocked home the game-winner at 82:24.

Concordia's Kylie Osborn scored unassisted at 26:59 and the Cobbers' Samantha Holmberg scored a go-ahead goal on an assist from Amber Weibye and Sophia Robinson at 52:51.

St. Olaf held a 22-6 edge on shots and Cobbers goalkeeper Breanna Nelson stopped 13 of 16 shots on goal.

The Cobbers are 0-9 in the MIAC and 3-12 overall. They play at Bethel at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27.

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