2007 Cobber Women's Soccer - Game Recaps
Concordia celebrates one of its seven goals in the game against Jamestown. The Cobbers beat the Jimmies 7-0 to earn their fifth straight victory and push their overall record to 7-2-1.

Cobbers' Touchdown Tops Jimmies!

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Opponent's Website: Jamestown Women's Soccer

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Gameday Program:

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Gameday Game Recap:

MOORHEAD, Minn. (10/02/07)-- Concordia's offense found another gear on Tuesday as the Cobbers hammered Jamestown 7-0. The win pushes the Cobbers' winning streak to five games. CC is now 7-2-1 on the season and has not lost since Sept. 9.

The seven-goal outburst is the most for Concordia since they beat St. Kate's by an identical 7-0 on Oct. 9, 2004. The Cobbers have now scored 18 goals in their last five games after scoring only one in their previous three games.

Sophomore forward Vanessa Kowalski led the charge for the Concordia offense. She had a hat trick and has now scored four goals in the team's last two games. Kowalski had only one goal in all of last season. Kowalski scored one goal in the first half and then a pair of goals in the second period less than six minutes apart.

Defender Mikenna Maroney had a career offensive game from her left back position. Maroney assisted on three of the team's seven goals and upped her season point total from one to four.

Concordia freshmen scoring sensations Sam Johnson and Susan Obermiller also added to their team-leading point totals. Johnson scored the first goal of the game at 18:08 and Obermiller matched her one-goal effort with a tally of her own at 49:47. Both Johnson and Obermiller have five goals and three assists for a team-leading point total of 13 on the year.

Karen Wamsley and Megan Rice rounded out the score sheet for Concordia. The junior Wamsley netted her first collegiate goal in the 34th minute to give CC a 2-0 lead and Rice added her third goal of the season at 66:28 to finish off the Cobber scoring list. Rice has now scored a goal in three of CC's last five games.

Concordia controlled the middle of the field throughout the game which led to a lopsided edge in shots and shots on goal. The Cobbers outshot the Jimmies 38-6 overall and 18-4 on net. The 38 overall shots is the most this season and most since they had 42 against Northland College on Sept. 4, 2004.

Cobber goalie Britt Reiersgord kept a clean sheet by turning aside four shots. For Reiersgord it is her second straight shutout and third in the past four games. She now has four on the season and 23rd of her career. She also lowered her goals against average to a mere 0.46.

Jamestown split the goalkeeping duties. Angela Veches played the first 66:28, made 10 saves but allowed all seven goals and was handed the loss. Colleen Lubke entered the game after the seventh goal and made one stop in the final 23:32.

Concordia will return to conference action when they travel to St. Paul to take on St. Thomas on Saturday, Oct. 6 at 4 p.m.