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 Micah Benson, 1998 Soccer captain, 6th in assists in 1998 in MIAC as starting basketball point guard, captain of 1999 Track team, Academic All-American
A Guide to Concordia Athletic Opportunities -

"Multi-Sport Athletes at Concordia"

Concordia offers a rare opportunity to student-athletes who wish to pursue more than one sport in college. Many Cobber athletes participate in more than one sport and very often excel.  Below are a few of the many Cobber multi sport student athletes.

- Micah Benson, '00, Moorhead, was a captain of the 1998 soccer team, a starting point guard on the 1997-98 basketball team and was the leading scorer for the Cobbers at the 1998 and 1999 MIAC Track and Field Championships. He was named a GTE Academic All-American in 1999.

- Kathy Braun, '02, Willmar, Minn., starting goalie on the women's hockey team, goalkeeper on the women's soccer team and a member of the softball team.

- Nathan Reiff, '00 Whitehall, Mont., a wrestling All-American in 1999 and a starting fullback on the football team in 1999.

- Clayton Horgen, '00, Fergus Falls, All-Region baseball player in 1999 and All-MIAC in football in 1998.

- Adam Strainer, '01, Helena, Mont., leading receiver on football team and All-MIAC performer in track and field.

- Guy Clairmont, '00, starter on '98-99 hockey team and .303 hitter on baseball team.

- Mindy Schirm '97, Correll,  was a four-year starter in basketball and an All-MIAC softball player.

- Chris Howell '99, Alexandria, was a starting receiver in football in 1998 and a starting outfielder in baseball in 1998.

- Jodi Tulibaski '96, Pennock, Minn., was the one of the top players in 95-96 for both basketball and volleyball.

- Greg Salvevold '98, Moorhead, starred in both hockey and baseball.

- Merrilee Rutherford '95, Helena, Mont., was All-MIAC in basketball in 1993-94 and won her third straight javelin All-America award in track in 1994.

- Brad Keenan '95, Moorhead, was the leading rebounder for the Cobber basketball team and All-MIAC in baseball.

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