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 Winter 92-93,   Alumni News - Concordia Moorhead
First-year coach Bob Kohler guided Lady Cobber basketball to a 20-7 record.

All-West Region guard Kristi Schultz, with 650 career assists, led the MIAC in assists for the third straight year.

 All-MIAC guard Melissa Plante scored 1,208 points over four seasons, seventh most in Lady' Cobber history'.

Above, senior Kyle Johnson became an AlI-Amencan with his second place finish in the 800-meter run at Indoor  NCAA Nationals.

Junior All-American forward Marc Terris, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, kept Concordia in the playoff hunt with 21 goals and 25 assists.

 Moorhead's Scott Arnseth was the Cobber men's basketball MVP and an Academic AII-MIAC athlete.

Highlighting the 1992-93 winter sports season were the Lady Cobber basketball team's advancement to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Division III Tournament and the All-American performance of senior Kyle Johnson, Harcourt, Iowa, in indoor track.

Junior Erica Hanson, Fargo, N.D., who averaged 17 points and 7 rebounds per game, led Lady Cobber basketball to a 17-3 MIAC season and a record 11th consecutive appearance in the NCAA tournament. She joined the team's only seniors, guards Kristi Schultz, Wheaton, Minn., and Melissa Plante, Little Falls, Minn., on the All-MIAC team.

The Lady Cobbers beat Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio, and Maryville (Tenn.) College in the NCAA tourney before losing to MIAC champion St. Benedict in the quarterfinal game.

Five Cobbers were named Academic AlI-MIAC for their combined excellence as student athletes: Lady Cobbers Erica Hanson and sophomore Jennifer Hale, Worthington, Minn.; men's basketball senior MVP Scott Arnseth,  Moorhead; hockey's junior Steve Nelson, Columbus, md.; and track All-American sophomore Tracy Berntsen, Hermantown,, Minn.