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June 3
Women's Track & Field
Angie Pfeiffer and Jennifer St. John Earn Academic All-District Honors! 
- Academic All-District Recap | Complete List of Academic All-District Teams
A pair of Concordia track and field athletes were named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V College Division teams, as selected by CoSIDA it was announced on Friday.

Junior Angie Pfeiffer (Jr., Colman, S.D./Colman-Egan HS) and senior Jennifer St. John (Billings, Mont./Billings West HS) both earned academic all-district honors for the first time in their career. Pfeiffer was one of 10 athletes voted onto the Academic All-District First Teami and is now eligible for All-American honors.(More
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Men's Track & Field
Nick Myran Earns Academic All-District Honors!
- Academic All-District Recap | Complete List of Academic All-District Teams
Concordia senior track and field athlete Nick Myran (Kenyon, Minn./Kenyon-Wanamingo HS) was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V College Division Second Team, as selected by CoSIDA it was announced on Friday. 

The honor is given to athletes in the College Division of the Academic All-American award. The College Division includes players from Division II, III and NAIA from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana schools. Sophomores, juniors and seniors are eligible to be nominated. Student-athletes must have a grade-point average above 3.20 (4.0 scale) and have outstanding athletic credentials. College sports information directors in the district vote for the teams.(More)

May 28
Women's Track & Field
Twice as Nice!! Plante Earns Her Second All-American Award in As Many Days!
- Complete NCAA Championship Meet News and Results - Official NCAA Meet Homepage
- Javelin Final Results
For the second consecutive day Cobber senior Nicole Plante (Sr., Fort Benton, Mont.) earned All-American honors at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field National Meet held at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. Plante, who finished seventh in the heptathlon on Friday, came from behind to capture eighth place in the javelin.

The top eight places in each individual event earn All-American honors.

Plante qualified for the finals in the event by posting a distance of 129-6.0 in the second preliminary heat. She then needed to better that mark in the finals to earn the All-American award. In the finals, Plante committed a foul on her first attempt and then threw well short of the distance on her second try. Needing to post a distance of at least 130-8.0 on her final throw of the competition, Plante came through in the clutch by tossing the javelin 131-6.0. In the end, that distance was good enough for eighth place and her second All-American award of the meet.(More


Men's Track & Field
Surreal Crash Breaks Nick Myran's Bid For All-American Honors in the 1500 Meters!
- Complete NCAA Championship Meet News and Results - Official NCAA Meet Homepage
- 1500 Meters Final Results
Good things are supposed to happen to good people, unfortunately for Concordia senior track standout Nick Myran (Kenyon, Minn./Kenyon-Wanamingo HS), something terrible happened to someone so good. Myran, looking to cap his storied Cobber career with the elusive All-American honors, was part of a four-person crash with 300 meters left in the 1500-meter finals at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championship Meet held in Waverly, Iowa and finished in 10th place - two spots out of All-American status. 

Myran, starting in the first lane, went out fast so he would not get boxed in by the 12-man field. Myran led the race for the first two laps as the pack settled into a leisurely pace. At the 800-meter mark, another runner took his turn leading the pack as Myran relinquished his lead in order to save his strength for the finishing stretch.(More
 
May 27
Women's Track & Field
Welcome to the Promised Land! Plante Earns All-American Honors in Heptathlon!
- Complete NCAA Championship Meet News and Results - Official NCAA Meet Homepage
- Heptathlon Final Results
After waiting for three years to place an All-American award in her trophy case, Nicole Plante (Sr., Fort Benton, Mont.) finally knocked down the door to the top plateau in Division III Track and Field athletics by finishing seventh at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field National Meet held at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa on Friday. Plante overcame a 179-point deficit heading into the final three events of the competition to secure the first All-American award in her career, better her own school record in the event by 64 points and finish with a dream-like total of 4,640 points.

Plante started the day in 12th place and moved up one spot after the long jump. Plante posted a distance of 16-7.75 in the long jump, which scored 578 points and moved her to within 84 points of the eighth and final spot for All-American honors.(More)

May 26
Cobber Diver Emily Hall Earns CoSIDA Academic All-District Second Team Honors!
- Academic All-District Recap | Complete List of Academic All-District Teams
Concordia senior diver Emily Hall (Minot, N.D.) was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V At-Large Second Team. She is the first Concordia swimming and diving athlete to earn the prestigious award that is voted on by members of CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America). 

The honor is given to athletes in the College Division of the Academic All-American award. The College Division includes players from Division II, III and NAIA from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana schools. Sophomores, juniors and seniors are eligible to be nominated. The at-large team is made up of athletes that participate in bowling, golf, rifle, crew, gymnastics, skiing, water polo, fencing, ice hockey, swimming and diving, wrestling, field hockey, lacrosse and tennis.(More


Men's T&F Athlete Nick Myran Moves One Step Closer to All-American Honors!
- Complete NCAA Championship Meet News and Results - Official NCAA Meet Homepage
- 1500-Meters Preliminary Heat Results - 1500-Meters Finals Heat Sheet
Nick Myran (Kenyon, Minn./Kenyon-Wanamingo HS) moved one step closer to the only award that has eluded him in his outstanding track and field career on Thursday. Myran, running in the first heat of the men's 1500-meter trials at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championship Meet held in Waverly, Iowa, ran a 3:56.11 to finish third and qualify for the finals of the event. The 1500-meter finals will be held on Saturday, May 28 at 1:20pm. 

Myran's time was the third fastest time of the 16 qualifiers and bettered the stadium record at Wartburg College by over five seconds. His finishing time, however, was four seconds slower than his qualifying time of 3:52.02.(More


Women's Track & Field
Plante Positioned For All-American Honors; Hanson and 4x400 Relay Team Falter in Trials.
- Complete NCAA Championship Meet News and Results - Official NCAA Meet Homepage
- Heptathlon Day 1 Results - 1500-Meters Prelim Results - 4x400-Meter Relay Results
Nicole Plante (Sr., Fort Benton, Mont.) positioned herself on the brink of All-American status after the first day in the heptathlon competition at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field National Meet held at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. Plante amassed 2,615 points in the opening day and is in 12th place after the first four events - only 179 points behind eighth place which is the cutoff for All-American honors. She posted career-best marks in three of the four events in the first day. 

The other Cobber participants at the national meet did not fare as well as Plante. Natalie Hanson (Jr., Rogers, Minn., Elk River HS) and the 4x400-meter relay team of Alissa Bilden (So., Miles City, Mont./Custer County), Hanson, Kelly Olson (So., Minot, N.D./Bishop Ryan) and Angie Pfeiffer (Jr., Colma, S.D./Colman-Egan HS) failed to qualify for the finals in their respective events. Hanson ran a 4:40.63 in the 1500 meters, which placed her 17th in the preliminary competition. The top 12 runners in the competition qualified for the finals.(More
 
May 25
Baseball Players Schumacher and Romsa Named to the All-Midwest Region Team!
- Midwest All-Region Recap | Complete List of Midwest All-Region Team |
A pair of Concordia baseball standouts were named to the NCAA All-Midwest Region Team on Wednesday. Brian Schumacher (Jr., Thompson, N.D.) and Bryan Romsa (Sr., Mankato, Minn./Great Falls (Mont.) HS) earned All-Region honors for the first time in their career. Schumacher was placed on the All-Region Second Team as a Thirdbaseman, while Romsa earned All-Region Third team honors as a starting pitcher. 

The pair of Cobbers helped Concordia reach the MIAC playoffs for the third consecutive season and the fourth time in the six-year history of the event. The Cobbers posted a 12-8 record in conference play, marking the seventh straight season that the Cobbers have won at least 10 MIAC games in a season. It is also the 17th time in the past 18 years that Concordia has posted at least a .500 record in conference play.(More

 

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Moorhead, Minn.

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