Fall '94 Concordia Sports Seasons Wrap-Up


 Warmest Season's greetings from all of us here in the Cobber Athletic Department. We have had an enjoyable and successful fall sports season and our winter teams are off to good starts. Olson Forum is Open and Operating As most of you are aware, the new Olson Sports and Fitness Forum opened in September and was officially dedicated at Homecoming on October 2. The facility is proving to be a wonderful addition to our working and teaching environment.

Six New Hall of Fame Inductees

Six new inductees to the Concordia Athletic Hall of Fame were honored at an October 1 banquet. They are:

Hartvick "Shocky" Strand '44 Basketball, Football, Track

Ken Severud '53 Basketball, Baseball, Golf

Paul Linde '70 Football, Baseball

Coral Beske Lunde '80 Basketball, Field Hockey

William Smaby, 1952-76 Cobber Administrator

The late Raymond Grande '44 Football, Basketball

Cobber Teams Have Successful Fall

Cobber football started with two losses and then reeled off six straight wins. That led to a showdown with St. John's in the Fargodome for a share of the MIAC title on Nov. 5, played in front of 8,500 fans. Despite leading 19-14 late in the first half, the Cobs came away with a 35-19 loss. A 19-17 season-ending loss to Bethel in the Metrodome left the Cobbers 6-4, 6-3 and tied for 3rd in the MIAC. The women's golf team finished second in the MIAC tournament and men'sgolf finished third. The women ended the fall ranked No. 3 in the nation. They are awaiting another invitation to the Division III National Tournament in May.

Men's soccer jumped off to a 9-1-1 start and earned a No. 7 national ranking before losing some tough contests and ending up 10-6-2. Women's soccer also started well but finished 4-13. The Cobber volleyball team went 6-5 in the MIAC regular season and earned a non-conference win over the University of North Dakota on their way to a 16-21 season.

Both cross country teams struggled, each finishing 10th at their respective MIAC championships. But the opening of the Olson Forum, with its 200 meter track, has already greatly enhanced recruiting prospects for both programs.

Top Fall Performers and Award Winners

As always, Concordia had a large number of outstanding student athletes who were recognized for their distinguished performances.


Dean Haugo, Sr, HB, Waubun, MN All-MIAC, Team MVP, 2nd in league rushing & scoring, '94 team captain.

Kyle Odermann Sr. QB, Belfield, ND All-MIAC, 1995 team captain, 4th in MIAC total offense, 1353 yds passing

Bryan Boll, Jr, DE, Crookston, MN All-MIAC, Academic All-MIAC, '95 captain, 3.68 GPA (Education)

Tim Langemo, Sr, SS, Litchfield, MN All-MIAC, 1994 team captain, 38 tackles on MIAC's No. 1 Defense.

Mike Solberg, Sr, LB, Fargo, ND All-MIAC, 52 Tackles, 4 interceptions, 2 fumble recoveries.

Marc Weishaar, Sr, TE, Whitefish, MT Academic All-MIAC, 2nd team All-MIAC 3.7 GPA (Biology) 436 yds receiving.

Chad Johnson, Jr, LB, Litchfield 2nd team All-MIAC, 1995 captain 62 tackles led team, 4 interceptions.

Chad Friese, Sr. DE, Barrett, MN 2nd team All-MIAC, 42 tackles, 5 sacks, 2 fumble recoveries.

Chad Schwartz, Jr, C, Willmar, MN 2nd team All-MIAC, starting center on MIAC's No. 1 rushing offense.

Tory Langemo, So, WR, Litchfield, MN 2nd team All-MIAC, Led team in receiving with 456 yds & 42 catches.

Jed Seeger, Fr, OG, Westbrook, MN Named Cobber freshman MVP as part-time starter on varsity team.


Peter Curry, Jr, Plymouth, MN All-MIAC forward, school record with 42 points on 16 goals and 10 assists

Brian Mahan, Jr, Fargo, ND All-MIAC midfielder, 7 goals and 11 assists for 25 points

Mike Hashbarger, So, Fargo, ND All-MIAC forward, 13 points, also a top player on hockey team.

Angela Tohm, So, Blaine, MN All-MIAC forward, led team in goals (9),assists (10) & points (28).

Krysta Morgenthaler, Jr, Minneapolis Academic All-MIAC, 3.83 GPA (Pre-Med), No. 3 scorer with 7 goals.


Tim Fiechtner, Jr, Fargo, ND All-MIAC, won 12-team Erv Kaiser Tournament in Fargo, 7th in MIAC.

Kari Walrath, Jr, Watertown, SD Third year as All-MIAC, 3rd place in MIAC Tournament as team placed 2nd.

Sarah Penfield, So, Staples, MN Second year as All-MIAC, placed 6th at MIAC Tourney.

Christine Lundbolhm, Sr, Roseau, MN Second year All-MIAC, placed 7th at MIAC, 9th at Midwest Small College.

Jill Carlin, Fr, Fosston, MN All-MIAC, 9th at MIAC Tourney, 6th place at Concordia Invite

Jennifer Harms, Jr, Aberdeen, SD Academic All-MIAC, 3.64 GPA (Business), 11th at MIAC Tournament


Jodi Tulibaski, Jr, Pennock, MN All-MIAC for second time, led team in kills and blocks.

Angie Carlin, Fr, Fosston, MN All-MIAC, led team in games, 3rd in kills, Named to 2 All-Tourney teams.

May you enjoy a wonderful Holiday Season.

Dr. Armin Pipho

Athletic Director

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