Men's soccer: Second-half goals lift Viterbo over Concordia

The Cobbers led at halftime but undefeated Viterbo tied it early in the second half, then notched the game-winner with about 12 minutes remaining on Sunday.

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MOORHEAD — Undefeated Viterbo scored two second-half goals to rally past Concordia 2-1 on Sunday.

The Cobbers scored first when Liam Weiler found the back of the net at 41:53 on an assist from Telvin Vah.

But Viterbo's Jacob Battista tied it in the first five minutes of the second half and teammate Connor Erdman connected for the game-winner at 77:53.

Cobber goalkeeper Jensen Waltz faced nine shots on goal and made seven saves.

The Cobbers are 2-9-1 overall while Viterbo improved to 11-0. Concordia plays next at home against Augsburg at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15.

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