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Women's basketball: Cobbers continue their tear with win over St. Olaf

Concordia continued to win big with a shellacking of the Oles in an MIAC game on Tuesday.

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MOORHEAD — Concordia continued its winning ways in a big way, dominating the second half and downing St. Olaf 95-67 in a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game on Tuesday.

The Cobbers led by five at the half but outscored the Oles 50-27 in the second half. The Cobbers are 3-0 and have won those games by an average of 27 points per.

Concordia had six players score in double figures Tuesday, led by Emily Beseman with 20 points. Greta Tollefson scored 17 points in 24 minutes off the bench.

Symone Beld scored 14 points and had three steals. Makayla Anderson finished with 13 points, a team-high nine rebounds and four assists. Carlee Sieben finished with 12 points and 10 assists and Autumn Thompson had 10 points and three steals.

The Cobbers are 2-0 in the MIAC and 3-0 overall. They play host to Gustavus at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 26.

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