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April 16
Kuznia and Plante Put Up National Marks as Cobbers Finish Second at Al Cassell Relays. 
- Al Cassell Relays Recap - Al Cassell Relays Results
JAMESTOWN, N.D.-- Two individual athletes posted national qualifying marks as the Cobbers finished second at the Al Cassell Relays held at Jamestown College in Jamestown, N.D.

Nicole Plante and Lindsay Kuznia led the way for Concordia as they finished in the top two in their individual event and also qualified for the NCAA Division III National Meet in the process. Kuznia cracked the 11-foot barrier for the first time in her career on her way to provisionally qualifying for nationals in the event. She won the pole vault with a final height of 11-0.25.(More)
 
April 11
Nicole Plante Breaks School Record at SJU Heptathlon! 
- SJU Heptathlon Recap - Complete SJU Heptathlon Results
COLLEGEVILLE-- Concordia senior track and field sensation Nicole Plante continues to chart a crash course to becoming an All-American. On Monday at the St. John's Heptathlon, she moved one step closer to that goal.

Overall in the competition, she finished second with a total score of 4,576 points. That mark breaks the school record of 4,428 points she set last year at the NCAA National Meet. Her total is also the second best mark recorded in the nation this season. She is only behind Laura Verdegan of UW-Stout who claimed first place at the same competition with a total of 4,802 points.(More)

April 8
Cobbers and Bison Survive Windy Day of Track and Field Events.
- Complete Bison Invitational Results
 
April 4
Nicole Plante Named MIAC Field Athlete of the Week!
Concordia senior Nicole Plante (Fort Benton, Mont.) was named the MIAC Field Athlete of the Week for her event-winning performance in the javelin at the Emory Spring break Invitational.

Plante placed first in the Javelin with a NCAA provisional qualifying toss of 140'10" at the Spring Break Invite hosted by Emory University in Atlanta, Ga. This performance ranks Plante 2nd in the nation for Division III.

Plante is the three-time defending MIAC champion in the javelin and has broken the school record in 2003 and 2004. She has qualified for the NCAA National Championship Meet in each of the past two years. Her highest finish in the javelin at the national meet is 14th place, which she accomplished last season.

She is coming off an indoor season that saw her finish second in the pentathlon for the second consecutive season. 

April 2
Cobbers Compete in St. John's Invitational.
- Complete St. John's Invitational Results
 
March 26
Cobbers Finish 2nd at Emory Invite in Atlanta. 
- Complete Results

March 12
Pfeiffer Earns First Indoor All-American Honor!
- Complete Results
BLOOMINGTON, Ill.-- Concordia junior Angie Pfeiffer (Jr., Colman, S.D./Colman-Egan HS) finished eighth in the finals of the 400 meters and claimed her first indoor All-American award of her career. Pfeiffer, who ran a school-record 58.08 in the preliminaries, clocked a 59.62 in the finals to claim the All-American honor.

Pfeiffer adds the indoor All-American award to her three outdoor All-Americans. Last spring she finished sixth in the 400 meters and then anchored the 4x400-meter relay team that also earned All-American honors. As a freshman, Pfeiffer finished seventh in the 100 meters to earn the All-American award.(More
 
March 11
Pfeiffer Breaks School Record to Qualify for the Finals at the NCAA National Meet.
- Complete Results
BLOOMINGTON, Ill.-- Angie Pfeiffer (Jr., Colman, S.D./Colman-Egan HS) broke a 19-year-old school record in the first preliminary heat of the 400 meters at the NCAA Division III National Indoor Track and Field Meet held at Illinois Wesleyan and qualified for the finals in the event.

Pfeiffer, who is the two-time defending MIAC indoor champion in the event, raced to a 58.08 to qualify seventh for the eight-person finals. Her time breaks the old school record of 58.18 held by Pam Olsgaard which was set in 1986.(More

March 6
Angie Pfeiffer Qualifies for NCAA Division III National Indoor Meet!
Concordia junior sprint sensation Angie Pfeiffer (Colman, S.D./Colman-Egan HS) received notification that she officially qualified for the NCAA Division III National Indoor Track and Field Meet held on March 11 in Bloomington, Ill. She is the only Cobber track and field athlete to qualify for the national meet.

Pfeiffer qualified in the 400 meters, an event she won at the MIAC Indoor Track and Field Championship Meet. She won the event in a time of 58.60, which is the second fastest time in school history and currently ranks her 18th in the nation. 

Pfeiffer is a three-time outdoor All-American. Last spring she finished sixth in the 400 meters and then
anchored the 4x400-meter relay team that also earned All-American honors. As a freshman, Pfeiffer finished seventh in the 100 meters to earn the All-American award. 
 
March 3-5
Cobbers Host MIAC Indoor Track & Field Championship Meet.
2005 MIAC Indoor Track & Field Championship Page

March 1
NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field National Rankings Now Online.
- M-F ATHLETIC CO.  DIII National Rankings
 
February 25
Cobbers Tune Up for MIAC Indoor Championships by Competing at St. Olaf Open.
- Complete St. Olaf Open Results
NORTHFIELD-- Concordia used the school's mid-semester break to tune up for the upcoming MIAC Indoor Track and Field Championship Meet. The Cobbers traveled south to Northfield with a select group of athletes to compete in the St. Olaf Open. 

The Cobbers had two middle distance runners continue win races against the top competition from around the region. Jen St. John and Amy Ravenhorst were the lone event winners for Concordia as they claimed titles in the 600 and 800 meters.

St. John ran a 2:21.99 in the 800 meters and won by over two seconds. That time is a personal best and ranks her ninth in the MIAC this season. Ravenhorst's time of 1:39.81 in the 600 meters is the third fastest in school history and also ranks her third on the league honor roll for 2005.(More)

February 18
Natalie Hanson Hammers the Mile Run Field as the Cobbers Compete at the Bison Classic.
- Complete Bison Classic Results
 
February 12
Cobbers Can't Extinguish Blazers at St. Ben's Triangular.
- Complete St. Ben's Triangular Results
COLLEGEVILLE-- Concordia came up 16 points shy of the red-hot Blazers in their only head-to-head track meet of the indoor season. The Cobbers fell 141.5-125.5 to the host Blazers in the St. Ben's Triangular Meet. Concordia beat Luther College (IA) 125.5-124.0 to finish in second place in the one-day affair held at St. John's.

Angie Pfeiffer and Amy Ravenhorst were the only event winners for the Cobbers at the meet. Pfeiffer ran a 25.96 to win the 200 meters. That time is the second fastest mark posted in the MIAC this season, and is only .02 from Pfeiffer's school record of 25.94 set last year. Ravenhorst claimed the championship in the 600 meters in a time of 1:41.29. That is the sixth fastest time recorded in the MIAC so far this season.(More)

February 5
Cobber Championship Crew Gears Up at the Cobber Open.
- Cobber Open Action Pictures - Cobber Open Recap - Cobber Open Results.
MOORHEAD-- Concordia continued on their quest to capture their second straight MIAC Championship crown as they hosted the top regional teams from NCAA Division I, II and NAIA. The Cobbers appeared to be right on track after claiming last spring's outdoor title as they broke one school record and had seven different performances crack the top ten on the all-time performance list for the school.

Concordia claimed individual event titles in the 1000 meters and in two different relay events. Jen St. John, one of this year's biggest stories for the Cobbers as she emerges as a top-flight middle distance runner, won the 1000 meters in a time of 3:05.33, which was over one second faster than the runner-up finisher. Her time is also the second fastest in the MIAC to date.(More
 
January 29
5 Individual Event Wins + 2 Relay Wins = 1 Cobber Dual Meet Crown!
Action Pictures - Dual Meet Recap - Complete Cobber Duals Results.
MOORHEAD-- Concordia ran away from the competition and claimed their second consecutive Cobber Dual Meet championship. It is also their third dual meet crown in the past five seasons. Concordia was paced by five individual event wins and two relay titles.

The Cobbers finished the meet with a perfect 5-0 record. Concordia's toughest competition of the meet came from NAIA powerhouse Jamestown College. The Cobbers beat the Jimmies by a narrow 90-88 margin. Concordia also posted wins over Bemidji State, MSU-Moorhead, NDSU and UM-Morris. Jamestown finished second at the meet with a 4-1 final record.(More

January 28
Complete Results From Cobber Pentathlon Now Online. 
- Complete Cobber Pentathlon Results.
 
January 21
Cobbers Open 2004-05 Season With a Bang; Three Individuals Claim Titles at Bison Open. 
- Complete Bison Open Results.

January 15
Cobber Alumni Meet Results Now Online.
- Complete Cobber Alumni Meet Results
 
November 15
Cobber Women's Tracks & Field Schedule for 2005 Now Online!
- Complete 2005 Women's Track & Field Schedule

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