2003 COBBER FOOTBALL GAME DAY
Game Story Box Score Play-by-Play Drive Chart Action Picture Page
TEAM LINKS
Concordia

Sports Home Page
Football Home Page
2003 Roster
2003 Schedule
2003 Statistics
2003 Preview
2002 Schedule
2002 Statistics

Menlo

Sports Home Page
Football Home Page
2003 Roster
2003 Schedule
NOVEMBER 15, 2003 at Menlo - 3:00PM CST
 2003 Concordia Football Line Score
Cobbers face Menlo (CA)
Teams 1st 2nd
3rd
4th
Final
Concordia 14 12
8
7
41
Menlo (CA) 14 13
0
17
44
 | Story | Box Score | Play-by-Play | Drive Chart |

Game Story
Cobbers Lose Ofensive Shootout to Menlo (CA) 44-41. 
Andrew Passanante
Jr.
Hawley, Minn.
Passanante caught 2 TD passes and amassed 167 receiving yards in the Cobbers' 44-41 loss at Menlo (CA). 

(Atherton, Calif.)-- Concordia conceded a 61-yard touchdown pass with 1:43 left to go in the game and lost to Menlo College in the Cobbers' first-ever game played in California.

Ryan Hebrink (Sacred Heart, Minn./R-C-W HS) scored his second touchdown of the game to give Concordia a 41-37 with 4:00 to go in the fourth quarter. After both teams traded possessions, the Oaks scored on the third play of their final drive of the game. Andre O'Neil caught a slant pass and rambled 61 yards for the score to give Menlo the three-point lead.

After the Cobbers got the ball back, with 1:35 left, they were able to drive the ball down to the Menlo 41-yard line before time ran out. 

Hebrink racked up another 300+ yards in total offense, ran for two touchdowns and threw for three more TD's. The senior quarterback had 250 yards of passing and 58 rushing yards. The 308 total yards pushes his season total to 2,256 - the highest single season total of his career. he finishes his four years with 6,420 yards of total offense which is a school record.

Andrew Passanante (Jr., Hawley, Minn./Hawley HS) caught two touchdown passes and finished the game with a career-high 167 receiving yards. It is the second consecutive week that he had more than 150 receiving yards. His 11 catches in the game brings his single season total to 44. He also finished the season with 741 receiving yards - the sixth highest total in school history. 

Jeremy Hinderks (Sr., Renville, Minn./R-C-W HS) and Chad Worthington (Sr., Bozeman, Mont./Belgrade HS) had the other two touchdowns for the Cobbers. Hinderks scored on a 2-yard run in the second quarter, and Worthington scored on a 13-yard reception in the third quarter. It was Hinderks' team-leading 13th touchdown of the season. Worthington caught a career-high three passes for 62 yards.

Duane Miller had three TD's for Menlo and racked up a team-high 47 rushing yards. O'Neil led the Oaks in receiving with 5 catches for 84 yards and the game-winning TD. Quarterback Frank Borba threw four touchdown passes and 333 total passing yards 

The Cobbers racked up 439 yards in total offense, but gave up 426 total yards to the Oaks. Concordia had 189 yards on the ground and 250 through the air. Menlo finished the game with 93 rushing yards and 333 passing yards. The Cobbers had the only turnover in the game. 

The loss finishes Concordia's final record at 7-3, the second straight season they have finished with a 7-3 mark. The Cobbers finished in third place in the MIAC with a 6-2 mark. Menlo also end their season with a 7-3 overall record. 
 
 

 

GAME DAY LINKS:
Listen Live
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


 

This page is maintained by the Concordia Sports Information Office sid@cord.edu |