2010 Cobber Women's Soccer - Game Recaps
Concordia senior Sam Johnson had two goals and and an assist in the Cobbers' 7-0 win over UW-Stout and surpassed the 100-point mark for her career.
Johnson Gets 100!

Gameday Scoreboard



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Opponent's Website: UW-Stout Women's Soccer

Gameday Rewind

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Tournament Honors

Tournament MVP - Sam Johnson

All-Tournament Team
Ashley Anderson (Gustavus Adolphus)
Mackenzie Del Santro (Gustavus Adolphus)
Meghan McMillan (Gustavus Adolphus)
Abby Habein (Concordia-Moorhead)
Sarah Rounds (Concordia-Moorhead)
Gina Weiss (Concordia-Moorhead)

Becky Glass (Wis.-Stout)
Jess Lankford (Wis.-Stout)
Andrea Beatt (St. Scholastica)
Bailey Mahlum (St. Scholastica)
Melanie Rasor (Northland)

Gameday Game Recap

DULUTH, Minn. (9/04/10)-- It was only fitting that on a day where the Cobber offense put up football-like numbers, senior scoring sensation Sam Johnson surpassed a career milestone and helped Concordia remain unbeaten on the season. Johnson scored two goals and added a single assist as the Cobbers rolled over UW-Stout 7-0 on Saturday in Duluth. The five points against the Blue Devils gives Johnson 101 for her career as she becomes the fifth player in Cobber history to break the 100-point mark.

Concordia wasted little time in establishing their offensive prowess. Sarah Rounds hammered a shot on goal in the first :40 in a harbinger of things to come. Rounds would set up the team's first goal 11 minutes later when she assisted on Johnson's second goal of the weekend. Rounds would go on to add two more assists and two goals as she accounted for seven points on the day.

Freshman Gina Weiss showed little signs of having to take time to adjust to the college game. Weiss scored her first collegiate goal at the 25:44 mark and went on to add one more goal and two assists on the day to post a six-point game.

Rounds and Weiss put the Cobbers up 4-0 at the break when they scored goals less than :35 apart at the end of the first half.

Johnson added her second goal of the game just 5:56 into the second half to give Concordia a 5-0 lead. That would allow the Cobbers to cruise for the final 35 minutes of play. Abby Habein posted her second goal in as many days to give CC a 6-0 lead in the 76th minute and then Johnson finished off the scoring by notching her third goal of the year at 78:43.

Concordia outshot UW-Stout 28-7 for the game and held a 7-1 edge in corner kicks. Cobber keeper Ali Nelson made five saves to pick up her first shutout of the season and 11th of her career.

Concordia will open MIAC play on Tuesday, Sept. 7 when they host Carleton at 4 p.m. The Cobbers were the preseason pick to defend their conference title while the Knights were picked to finish second and beat CC in a shootout in the league tournament last season in the last home game played at the Jake.