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2000-01 Meet Results
 
Site  Date    Meet                             Time 
 A    5/11-12 MIAC Championships 
                    @ Carleton          1:30/11:00

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Steve Edlund (Sr., Cyrus, Minn.) breaks to the lead in the Steeplechase. He won the event in a time of 9:29.50 which provisionally qualifies him for nationals.

5/12 Concordia Finishes Fourth at MIAC Championships.
Concordia held off a strong challenge from Gustavus, and claimed fourth place at the 2001 MIAC Track and Field Championships. The Cobbers finished the meet with 102 points, which was three better than the fifth place Gusties. St. Thomas won the meet with a total score of 184 points.

Steve Edlund (Cyrus, Minn.) captured the 3000M Steeplechase in a time of 9:29.50 which provisionally qualifies him for the NCAA Division III National Meet. It is also the fifth fastest time in school history. Joe Schmidgall (Jr., Morris, Minn.) captured the High Jump with a leap of  6'7", also a provisional qualifying mark.

The Cobbers continued to shine in the throwing event where they captured a first, a second and three third place finishes in the four events. Joel Nelson (Sr., Fargo, N.D.) won the Hammer Throw with a toss of 172'2",  a provisionally qualifying toss, and also finished third in the Shot Put. Sophomore Trent Hagen (Pelican Rapids, Minn.) was the runner-up in the Discus with a national provisional qualifying toss of 157'3". Jeff Hertel (Sr., Fargo, N.D.) finished third in the Javelin with a toss of 173'2", and Brad Ragan finished third in the Hammer Throw with a 148'7" mark. All of the "top three" performances earn All-Conference Honors.

The fourth place finish marks the fifth straight year Concordia has finished in the top five at the outdoor championship meet.

5/11 Concordia In Fourth Place After 1st Day of MIAC Championships.
Concordia is in fourth place after one day of the MIAC Track Championships. The Cobbers have amassed 39 points which is only six points out of second place and 18 points behind meet leader St. Thomas.

Concordia received two stellar performances from throwers on Friday. Joel Nelson (Sr., Fargo, N.D.) won the Hammer Throw with a toss of 172' 2". The distance provisionally qualifies him for the national meet and is his longest throw of the season. Trent Hagen (So., Pelican Rapids, Minn.) finished second in the Discus with a toss of 157' 3". He also provisionally qualifies for the national meet and earns All-Conference honors for the very first time.
 

Final Team Results
Scored 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1
 PLACE  TEAM                 POINTS
      1   St. Thomas            184.0
   2   St. Olaf              134.0
   3   Saint John's          117.0
   4   Concordia             102.0
   5   Gustavus Adolphus      99.0
   6   Hamline                80.0
   7   Augsburg               49.0
  8T   Carleton               32.0
  8T   Macalester             32.0
  10   Bethel                 19.0
  11   Saint Mary's            7.0
 
 
 

Team Results After Day 1
Scored 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1

 PLACE         TEAM        POINTS
   1   St. Thomas             57.0
  2T   Gustavus Adolphus      45.0
  2T   St. Olaf               45.0
   4   Concordia              39.0
   5   Saint John's           31.0
   6   Hamline                22.0
  7T   Carleton               14.0
  7T   Macalester             14.0
  9T   Saint Mary's            3.0
  9T   Augsburg                3.0
 
 
 

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