Women's basketball: Auggies overcome six-point deficit in the fourth quarter to down Concordia

Augsburg outscored the Cobbers by 11 points in the final quarter to bring home to MIAC victory on Wednesday.

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MINNEAPOLIS — Concordia's offense stalled in the fourth quarter and Augsburg rallied from a six-point deficit to defeat the Cobbers 56-51 in a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game on Wednesday at Si Melby Hall.

Concordia led 44-38 after three quarters but managed just seven points in the final 10 minutes. The Cobbers shot 31 percent from the field and committed 21 turnovers.

Carlee Sieben led the Cobbers with 24 points and she had five rebounds the three assists. Autumn Thompson scored eight points, Symone Beld scored seven and Makayla Anderson led the Cobbers with 14 rebounds.

The Cobbers have lost two straight after opening the season with four wins. They are 3-2 in the MIAC, 4-2 overa and play host to St. Mary's at 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10.

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