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February 18
Cobbers Fall to St. Olaf 4-2.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program (word)

February 12
Possessed Cobbers Give Up Alien-Like Goal in Last Minute and Lose 4-3 to Bethel. 
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program (word)
MOORHEAD-- For the second game in a row the final 30 seconds in the game reared its ugly head for the Cobbers. Like an alien appearing from inside the body of an unsuspecting human in a science fiction horror film, the Cobbers were terrorized by a goal in the dying seconds of the game for the second consecutive contest.

On Friday it was a pair of goals in the final 35 seconds that enable Bethel to gain a tie with the Cobbers. On Saturday, the Royals scored a goal at the 19:30 mark and came away with a 4-3 victory.(More)
February 11
Cobbers Snatch a Tie Out of the Jaws of Victory.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program (word)
MOORHEAD-- With :36 remaining in the game, Concordia held a 2-0 and it looked as if the Cobbers would gain their fifth win of the season and snap their three-game losing streak with a shutout. Unfortunately for Concordia a college hockey game lasts a full 60 minutes. In the waning seconds of the game, Bethel unbelievably scored a pair of goals and snatched a sure victory away from the Cobbers. The two teams skated for an extra five minutes of overtime before finally settling for the 2-2 tie. 

The tie does put a halt to Concordia's three-game skid. The Cobbers are now 3-9-1 in league play and 4-14-1 overall. Buoyed by their last-second heroics, the Royals improve their record to 2-9-2 in the MIAC and 2-12-2 overall.(More)

February 5
Cobbers Come Down With a Bad Case of Gustie Fever, Fall 6-0 at #5 Gustavus.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score
February 4
Cobbers Start Great But Eventually Succumb to #5 Gustavus 7-1. 
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score

January 22
Two Early-Game Goals Cost Cobbers Chance at Series Sweep.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program(word)
MOORHEAD-- Concordia entered Saturday's game with the momentum of a one-game winning streak and the knowledge that thier ability to score goals had suddenly returned. It took all of 5:09 for Hamline to wipe the smile off of  the Cobbers' collective face as they scored a pair of early-game goals on their way to a 3-2 victory.

Concordia misses an opportunity for a conference series sweep, and the chance to move into the MIAC playoff hunt. The Cobbers are now 3-7-0 in the conference and 4-12-0 overall. Concordia is only two points out of a tie for the fifth, and final, league playoff spot. Hamline wins for the second time in conference play, and ups their record to 2-8-0 and 3-10-0 overall.(More
January 21
Winter Storm Can't Keep Cobbers From Blanking Hamline 5-0. 
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program(word)
MOORHEAD--With the wind gusting up to 40 mph and the snow blowing around like confetti in a New York ticker-tap parade, Concordia broke free of their scoreless slumps and battered Hamline 5-0.

Entering the game the Cobbers had not scored in over 182 minutes of play. That all changed at the 2:00 mark of the opening period when Ashley Anderson (Fr., Fargo, N.D.) knocked home a shot from just outside the Piper crease. The only other streak to stop for Concordia was their 0-for-41 slide on the power play. It took the Cobbers almost two periods and three power plays to snap the streak, but Lindsay Czarnecki's (Sr., Riverside, Calif.) team-leading sixth goal of the season at 19:21 put an end to their power play drought and finished the scoring in the game.(More

January 15
Powerless Cobbers Fall to St. Thomas for the Second Straight Day 6-0.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score
ST. PAUL-- A "power play" by definition means that one team has more players on the ice than its opponent and has a very good chance to score a goal. Unfortunately for Concordia in its series against St. Thomas, it meant that they would just have an extra skater on the ice for two minutes. After going 0-for-8 on the power play on Friday night, the Cobbers went scoreless in their seven attempts and lost to the Tommies for the second straight game by a score of 6-0.

Concordia sees their conference record slide to 2-6-0 and their overall mark fall to 3-11-0. St. Thomas continues to keep pace with league-leading Gustavus as they remain undefested in league play at 7-0-1. The nationally-ranked Tommies are now 10-2-1 overall.(More)
January 14
Four-Goal Second Period Crushes Cobbers in 6-0 Defeat at #8 St. Thomas.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score
ST. PAUL-- Concordia allowed four goals in the second period and fell 6-0 to nationally-ranked St. Thomas 6-0. The Cobbers held the Tommies scoreless in the first period but then allowed three goals in the first 5:07 of the middle frame to fall for the third straight time. All three losses have come at the hands of teams that are ranked in the top ten in the nation.

The defeat drops the Cobbers conference record to 2-5-0 and knocks them out of a four-way tie for fifth place in the MIAC. Concordia is now 3-10-0 overall. St. Thomas wins for the sixth time in the past seven games and remain unbeaten in the MIAC. They are now 6-0-1 in league play and 9-2-1 overall.(More

January 8
Stonewall Johnson Turns In Another Stellar Performance But Cobbers Get Blanked 5-0. 
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score
MOORHEAD-- For one period Cobber goalie Jenna Johnson (Jr., Wadena, Minn.) once again had the ninth-ranked UW-Superior Yellowjackets scratching their heads as they skated back to the bench. After stopping 49 of the 52 shots she faced on Friday night, Johnson turned aside all 18 shots she saw in the opening period of Saturday's game. Unfortunately for the Cobbers, Superior was finally able to find a way past Stonewall Johnson in the final two periods and came away with a 5-0 victory in the series finale between the two teams. 

The Yellowjackets once again peppered Johnson for 50+ shots en route to their eighth overall victory. Concordia, which allowed 102 shots in the two-game series, fell to 3-9 on the season.(More
January 7
Johnson's 49-Save Performance Not Enough As Cobbers Fall to #9 UW-Superior 3-2.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program (word)
Concordia goaltender Jenna Johnson (Jr., Wadena, Minn.) did everything she could to keep Concordia from losing to UW-Superior for the first time in series history, but in the end she came up one save short as the Cobbers fell to the nationally-ranked Yellowjackets 3-2. 

Johnson turned aside 49 of the 52 shots she faced and kept Concordia in the game throughout the entire 60 minutes of play. Superior, who entered the game ranked ninth in the latest USCHO poll, did not take the lead until the final five minutes of the game. The Cobbers tied the game with 2:29 remaining, but the Yellowjackets responded by netting the game-winner just 26 seconds later. 

The loss drops Concordia's overall record to 3-8-0, while Superior edges their way to a 7-2-1 mark.(More)

January 2
The College Sporting News MIAC Women's Hockey Roundup.
- MIAC Women's Hockey Roundup
December 12
Mistake-Free Cobbers Shutout St. Ben's 2-0. 
Box Score: St. Ben's 0 at Concordia 2 - Action Pictures
MOORHEAD-- Concordia held St. Ben's to only 11 shots on goal, rarely turned the puck over in their own end of the ice and skated away with a 2-0 victory over the Blazers. It is the first shutout for the Cobbers since November 16, 2002 when Concordia blanked St. Olaf 3-0. Also, Cobber goaltender Jenna Johnson (Jr., Wadena, Minn.) picked up the first shutout of her collegiate career.

With the win, Concordia climbs into a four-way tie for fifth place in the MIAC. The Cobbers are now 2-4 in conference play and 3-7 overall. Concordia has now won two of their last three games. St. Ben's, failing to put themselves ahead of the pack of teams tied for fifth, sees their league record fall to 2-4 and overall mark to 2-7.(More)

December 11
Special Teams Doom Cobbers in 3-1 Loss to St. Ben's.
Box Score: St. Ben's 3 at Concordia 1 - Action Pictures
MOORHEAD-- The good news for Concordia is that when they were even-strength with St. Ben's they held a 1-0 advantage and outshot the Blazers 25-18. Unfortunately for the Cobbers there was also bad news, and the bad news outweighed the good news. Concordia conceded a power play goal, a short-handed goal and an empty-net goal and lost 3-1 to St. Ben's.

The loss for the Cobbers snaps a seven-game winning streak against the Blazers. The last time St. Ben's had managed to beat Concordia was back on November 4, 2000. With the win, St. Ben's moves their conference record to 2-3-0. They are now 2-6-0 overall. Concordia slides back to 1-4-0 in the MIAC and 2-7-0 overall.(More)
December 4
Second Period Offensive Explosion Keys Cobbers Win Over St. Kate's.
Box Score: Concordia 6 at St. Kate's 3
ST. PAUL-- The shot total was almost the same from Friday night, but the outcome was completely different as Concordia peppered St. Kate's for six goals and came away with a 6-2 victory over the Wildcats. 

The Cobbers used a four-goal second period to win their first conference game of the season and up their overall record to 2-6-0. The four-goal period is more goals than Concordia had scored in any previous game in the entire season. With the loss, St. Kate's evens their MIAC record at 2-2-0 and slides to 2-5-0 overall.

On Friday night, Concordia put up 40 shots on Wildcat goalie Morgan Kane, but could only muster a single goal and lost 3-1. On Saturday, the Cobbers recorded 42 shots on goal but were able to score a season-high, six goals on Kane.(More

December 3
Early Period Goals Hurt Cobbers in 3-1 Loss to St. Kate's.
Box Score: Concordia 1at St. Kate's 3
ST. PAUL-- Concordia gave up a goal in the first five minutes of each period and fell 3-1 to St. Kate's in St. Paul. Despite outshooting the Wildcats 40-23, Concordia lost for the third straight time in conference play and watched their overall record slide to 1-6-0. The Wildcats improve to 2-1-0 in conference play and 2-4-0 overall.

St. Kate's started the game by getting on the board at the 3:04 mark of the opening period. Concordia held the better of the play for the rest of the period, as they outshot the Wildcats 19-7 in the first 20 minutes. St. Kate's goalie Morgan Kane turned aside all 19 shots to help the Wildcats to a 1-0 lead after the first frame.(More)
November 29
Ashley Anderson Named MIAC Player of the Week!
Concordia freshman forward Ashley Anderson (Fr., Fargo, N.D.) was named the MIAC Women's Hockey Player of the Week for her two-game performance against Lake Forest (Ill.) last weekend. It is the first time in her career that she has won the award, and she becomes the first Cobber player to win the award since Lindsay Czarnecki (Sr., Riverside, Calif.) won the award on February 2.

Anderson scored two of Concordia’s three goals in a weekend split with Lake Forest. In the Cobbers' 2-1 win on Friday, Anderson scored the game-winning goal with 11:11 left in the game as the Cobbers rebounded from a 1-0 third period deficit to earn their first win of the season. In Saturday’s 2-1 loss, Anderson scored the team's lone goal of the game. The score came on the power play in the second period to give Concordia a 1-0 lead. 

Anderson currently leads the Cobbers with three goals in six games this season.

November 27
Cobbers Lose on a Shorthanded Goal in the Final Period
Box Score: Concordia 1, Lake Forest 2
November 26
Ever-Improving Cobbers Use Two-Goal Third Period to Cut Down Lake Forest 2-1.
Box Score: Concordia 2, Lake Forest 1
MOORHEAD-- After being shutout for two periods and trailing 1-0, Concordia responded with their best period of the season, scored two goals and cut down Lake Forest 2-1.

Lindsay Czarnecki (Sr., Riverside, Calif.) scored on a power play and Ashley Anderson(Fr., Fargo, N.D.) netted the game-winner to give the Cobbers their first victory of the season. The Foresters even their overall record at 2-2-3.

Lake Forest broke on top first when they scored the only goal of the first two periods at 2:44 of the opening frame. Tina Wyzgowski's first goal of the year would stand up until the start of the third period, as netminders Sally Bevis and Theresa McDermott blanked the Cobbers over the first 40 minutes. Bevis stopped the seven shots she faced in the first periond, and then McDermott kicked aside the six shots she faced in the second period.(More)

November 20

Cobbers Give Up Four Unanswered Goals and Lose 4-1 to Augsburg.
Box Score: Concordia 1, Augsburg 4
(Recap Courtesy of the Augsburg SID)
MINNEAPOLIS (11/20/04) -- Stacy Anderson (So., Lafayette, Calif./Marina HS) scored a goal and assisted on the three other Augsburg College goals, as the Auggies rallied from an early deficit to claim a 4-1 victory over Concordia College-Moorhead in a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference women's hockey game Saturday night at the Augsburg Ice Arena.
Lauren Chezick (Sr., Hastings, Minn.) scored two goals and added an assist, and  Jocelyn Cookson (Jr., Edina, Minn./Bloomington Jefferson HS) had a goal and assist for the Auggies, as the Auggies' top line has now figured in 21 of Augsburg's 30 goals this season.
Augsburg remained unbeaten with the win, improving to 4-0-2 overall, 2-0-0 in MIAC play. Concordia fell to 0-4-0 on the season, 0-2-0 in MIAC play.
November 19
Cobbers Give Up Three in the First and Lose 6-3 to Augsburg. 
Box Score: Concordia 3, Augsburg 6
(Recap Courtesy of the Augsburg SID)
MINNEAPOLIS (11/19/04) -- Stacy Anderson (So., Lafayette, Calif./Marina HS) continued her scoring streak to start the Augsburg College women's hockey season, scoring two goals and adding an assist as the Auggies remained unbeaten with a 6-3 triumph over Concordia College-Moorhead in a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game Friday night at the Augsburg Ice Arena.
The Auggies' top line of Anderson, Lauren Chezick (Sr., Hastings, Minn.) and Jocelyn Cookson (Jr., Edina, Minn./Bloomington Jefferson HS) accounted for four of the six Auggie goals on the evening, with Chezick and Cookson claiming a goal and assist each. 
Augsburg remained unbeaten with the win, improving to 3-0-2 overall, 1-0-0 in MIAC play. The Auggies are off to their second-best start to a season in the 10-year history of the school's women's hockey program; Augsburg started with a 9-0-1 start to the 1998-99 season, the longest unbeaten streak (10 games) in school history (against varsity opponents only).
Concordia-Moorhead fell to 0-3-0 on the season, 0-1-0 in MIAC play. The teams complete the MIAC-opening series on Saturday (11/20) at 5:15 p.m. at the Augsburg Ice Arena.(More)

November 14
Cobbers Score First, But Can't Contain UW-Stevens Point and Fall 5-1.
Box Score: Concordia 1, UW-Stevens Point 5
November 13
Cobbers Run Into Nationally-Ranked UW-Stevens Point Buzzsaw, Lose 7-0.
Box Score: Concordia 0, UW-Stevens Point 7
MOORHEAD-- In the opening game of the season for both teams, Concordia allowed three goals in each of the first two periods and fell to fourth-ranked UW-Stevens Point 7-0.

The loss is the second straight opening-game setback for Concordia. Last season, the Cobbers dropped their opener 2-1 to St. Mary's. The Pointers win their fifth consecutive opening game.

The game started with UW-Steven Point on the offensive from the beginning. However, it wasn't until the 8:29 mark that they were able to break onto the scoreboard. The Pointers backed that up with two goals late in the period to take a 3-0 lead into the second period.(More)

2004-05 Cobber Women's Hockey Preview
- Complete 2004-05 Concordia Women's Hockey Preview
The last of the Arizona Connection is gone, the days of outscoring opponents 7-5 are in the past and the Cobbers are coming off a season where they missed the MIAC playoffs for the first time in three years. Those facts might cause Concordia head coach Kerry Norman to feel nostalgic, but she is firmly rooted in the present and optimistically looking towards the future.

When Norman looks at her team on paper she sees a group of players that will not have one top line that has TNT-like capabilities when it comes to putting the puck in the net, but will have two-three lines that can score goals at opportune times. She also sees a team that will be committed to playing defense and making their opponent earn every goal they score.

The reason for Norman’s optimism is quality leadership and renewed commitment to work. Concordia senior captain Lindsay Czarnecki (Riverside, Calif.) will bring her no-nonsense brand of hockey to the forefront of the Cobber team. She led Concordia in scoring last season with 14 goals and eight assists, and was the lone Cobber representative on the MIAC All-Conference Team. Czarnecki, unlike past Cobber goal-scoring snipers, relies on getting in the right spot at the right time and working for every point she gets.(More
November 7
Cobbers Fall 2-1 to Robert Morris in Exhibition Game. 

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