Women's hockey: Hamline outlasts Cobbers in overtime

The Pipers' Annika Lindgren scored the game-winner about 90 seconds into OT in an MIAC matchup on Friday.

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ST. PAUL — Hamline's Annika Lindren scored at 1:38 of overtime and the Pipers defeated Concordia 4-3 in a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game on Friday at the TRIA Rink.

The teams combined to score five second-period goals. Hamline led 2-0 when Concordia's M Sauvageau scored at 7:37 of the second on an assist from Reghan Bork.

The Pipers scored again to up their lead to 3-1 but the Sauvageau scored again at 14:50 of the second on assists from Bork and Lexi Woodward. In the third period, the Cobbers' Jerica Friese tied it with a goal at 12:47 on assists from Kaylie Zimmerman.

The Cobbers have dropped five straight games and are 0-4 in the MIAC and 3-4 overall. The Cobbers and Pipers play the second game of the weekend series at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3 at TRIA Rink.

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