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June 14-28
Concordia Women's Soccer Travels, Trains and Plays in Brazil - Follow Along!!
Journal entry for June 26th and game against Brazilian National Team is now online!!
Trip Home Page - Trip Schedule - Daily Journal Page - Photo Page - Match Results and Recaps Page
The Concordia-Moorhead women's soccer trip is traveling in Brazil from June 14-28. The Cobbers will be training in Jundiai, about 45 miles from Sao Paulo City. The team is training and staying at the Brazil/United States (BRUSA)  International Soccer Institute

Over the course of the two-week period, the Concordia players will write daily journals to keep interested fans, family and friends up-to-date on their travels and their matches against local Brazilian Clubs. 

The highlight of the tour will be a game between the Cobbers and the Brazilian National Team on June 26. This is the team that played in the 2003 Women's World Cup that was held in the United States and is currently ranked fourth in the world. (More

February 14
2005 Concordia Women's Soccer Schedule Now Online! 
- Tentative 2005 Cobber Women's Soccer Schedule
December 8
Morgan Bain Named to the NSCAA All-Central Region Team!
- Complete Listing of NSCAA All-Central Region Teams
Concordia sophomore scoring sensation Morgan Bain (Hugo, Minn./White Bear Lake HS) finished her record-breaking season by being named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-West Region Team. Although the official release date for the team is not until December 15, the awards were released through one of the regional committee members at an earlier date. 

It is the first time in her career that she has earned an All-Region honor, and she becomes the first player since 1996 when Angie Tohm ('97) was named to the NSCAA All-West Region Second Team.(More

November 15
Five Cobbers Earn MIAC Postseason Awards; Morgan Bain Named MIAC MVP!
- Complete List of MIAC All-Conference and Postseason Awards
Five Concordia women's soccer players earned MIAC All-Conference honors, and record-breaking forward Morgan Bain (So. Hugo, Minn./White Bear Lake HS) was named the MIAC Most Valuable Player. She becomes the first Cobber player in program history to earn conference MVP honors. 

Besides Bain, Amy Ravenhorst (So., Hollandale, Minn./Albert Lea HS) and Betsy Olesen (So., Bismarck, N.D.) were also named to the MIAC All-Conference Team. Jill Fancher (So., Burnsville,  Minn.) and Miriam Lombardozzi (So., Billings, Mont.) were named to the MIAC All-Conference Honorable Mention Team. It is the second consecutive year that Bain was named to the All-Conference Team and first for Ravenhorst and Olesen. Last season, Olesen was named to the MIAC All-Conference Honorable Mention Team. Both Fancher and Lombardozzi earn postseason honors for the first time in their careers.

All five players helped Concordia advance to the MIAC tournament championship game and finish with a 10-1 conference record. The Cobbers won their first-ever playoff game in 2004 and were at one time ranked in the top 10 of the region. The team set school records for most overall games won, most conference games won and highest conference finish.(More)

The College Sporting News Feature on Carmelle Johnson.
- MIAC Profiles of Excellence - Carmelle Johnson
Defense players on a soccer team are often overlooked, as their offensive counterparts do most of the scoring. But playing defense instills discipline in an athlete, and that is a trait that is essential to becoming a success later in life. This is particularly true for someone like Carmelle Johnson of Concordia College, who plans to someday design her own line of women’s wear. To reach that goal requires considerable planning, patience and discipline, along with talent and a little luck.

“My goal is to eventually open my own boutique, selling other people's designs at first,” she said. “From there, I plan to launch my own line of clothes, targeting 20-35 year old women. I plan to offer something classy but fun.”(More)
November 6
Young Cobbers Fall in MIAC Championship Game to Seasoned Macalester 2-0. 
Box Score: Concordia 0, Macalester 2
ST. PAUL-- The odds were stacked against Concordia in the MIAC title game against Macalester. First, the Cobbers were playing in their first-ever MIAC title game, the Scots their second consecutives. Next, Concordia was fighting for a berth in their first-ever NCAA tournament, while Macalester was hoping to make it to the NCAA postseason party for the eighth time in the last ten years. Finally, Concordia has a grand total of two seniors on the team and has 19 freshman or sophomores on the roster. The Scots have seven seniors on the squad, and 10 of their 11 starters are either juniors or seniors.

The present of the MIAC scored a goal in each half, and ran past the future of the league by two goals. Macalester showed their experience in key stretches of play and methodically came away with the 2-0 win.

The loss drops Concordia's overall record to 13-6-1, while the Scots improve to 16-3-1 and will await the announcement of the NCAA tournament selection committee to find out where they will play in the first round of the NCAA women's soccer tourney.(More

November 3
Cobbers Kick Oles From the Playoffs - Advance to the MIAC Title Game!
Box Score: Concordia 3, St. Olaf 3 (Concordia wins 5-4 on penalty kicks) - Action Pictures
October 30
New Generation Cobbers Beat St. Ben's to End 16-Game Losing Skid to Blazers.
Box Score: Concordia 1, St. Ben's 0
Video Highlight: Ellyn Roach's Game-Winning Goal

October 28
MIAC Semifinal Game Time Set for 2:00pm.
The MIAC league office has announced that th Cobber women's soccer semifinal game against either Carleton or St. Olaf on Wednesday, November 3 at Concordia will start at 2:00pm.
October 27
Bingo, Baingo, Bongo! MIAC Scoring Records Fall as Concordia Rolls 5-0. 
Box Score: Concordia 5, Hamline 0 - Action Picture Page
Video Highlight: Morgan Bain's Record Breaking Goal

October 24
Cobbers Get Blanked for the First Time All Season, Lose 2-0 to Emhurst.
Box Score: Concordia 0, Elmhurst (Ill.) 2
October 23
Puddles and Maroons Spell Doom for Cobbers.
Box Score: Concordia 1, University of Chicago 3

October 19
Cobbers Crack Top Ten in Region for the First Time in School History!
- Complete NSCAA Central Region Poll
October 18
Oops, She Did it Again! Morgan Bain Earns MIAC Player of the Week Honors!
For the second consecutive week and third time this season Morgan Bain (So., Hugo, Minn./White Bear Lake, Minn.) was named the MIAC Player of the Week. She wins the award after helping Concordia to a pair of wins this past week, and helping the Cobbers clinch their second consecutive MIAC playoff berth.

She becomes the first player in the history of either men's or women's soccer  in the MIAC to win Player of the Week honors three times in one year.

Bain scored three goals in Concordia's two conference games and in the process broke the school record for most goals in a season. Bain now has 20 goals overall and 15 in conference games. She needs two more goals in the team's two remaining MIAC games to break the conference mark for goals and points in a single season. 

On Tuesday in Concordia's 3-1 win over St. Thomas, Bain scored a pair of goals. Her two goals helped the Cobbers beat the Tommies for the first time in 12 years. 

In Saturday's 2-1 overtime win over Augsburg she scored the first goal of the game for the Cobbers. That goal broke the school record of 19 goals in a season, which was last set in 1993. With the win, Concordia clinched a spot in the MIAC playoffs for the second consecutive season. 

Bain currently has 45 points (20 goals/5 assists) on the season and needs only two points to break the school record for points in a season. In conference play, she has 15 goals and three assists for 33 points.

October 16
Cobbers Go Postal to Beat Augsburg and Clinch MIAC Playoff Berth!
Box Score: Concordia 2, Augsburg 1 (OT)
Video Highlight: Suzy Grabko's Game-Winning Goal
October 12
Tie Another Record Around the Old Oak Tree, Cobbers Break Tommie Hex 3-1. 
Box Score: Concordia 3, St.Thomas 1
Video Highlights - Morgan Bain's Record Tying Goal - Tiffany Vandervos' Goal

September 27
Morgan Bain Named MIAC Player of the Week!
Morgan Bain (So., Hugo, Minn./White Bear Lake HS) was named the MIAC Player of the Week for the second time in three weeks. Bain helped Concordia win both games this past week, and is on pace to break school and conference scoring records.

Bain scored five goals and had one assist last week in Concordia's two victories. Against NCAA Division II MSU-Moorhead, Bain assisted on the first goal and then scored the fourth goal of the game. 

On Saturday, in the Cobbers' 7-0 win over St. Catherine, Bain collected four goals. It was the first four-goal game of her collegiate career. She also scored the game-winning goal against the Wildcats, giving her four game-winners on the season - tops in the MIAC. 

For the year, Bain has 17 goals and five assists for 39 points. She needs only three more goals to break the school record for goals in a season. She also needs seven points to break the school record for points in a season. In conference play, she has 12 goals and three assists for 27 points. She currently leads the MIAC in points, goals and shots taken. She needs five goals in the teams' next four league games to break the MIAC record for goals in a season. Additionally, she needs 10 points to break the conference mark for points in a season.
October 9
Young Guns Strike Again in Cobbers' 7-0 Win Over St. Kate's. 
Box Score: Concordia 7, St. Kate's 0 - Video Clip of Morgan Bain's First Goal

October 5
Cobbers Have Too Much Fire Power for MSU-Moorhead, Win 4-1.
Box Score: Concordia 4, MSU-Moorhead 1
October 2
Cobbers Able to Come Away With Tough Road Victory.
Box Score: Concordia 1, St. Mary's 0

October 1
Fargo Forum Article by Heath Hotzler on Morgan Bain.
- "Four years after a torn ACL, Cobbers' Bain in top form". 
September 29
Cobbers Finish On Wrong End of Scoring Spree, Lose 5-3 to Macalester. 
Box Score: Concordia 3, Macalester 5

September 27
Morgan Bain Named MIAC Player of the Week!
Morgan Bain (So., Hugo, Minn./White Bear Lake HS) was named the MIAC Player of the Week for her two-game performance against St. Olaf and Carleton last week. It is the second time in her career that she has earned the award.

Bain scored four goals and collected nine points in the Cobbers' two conference victories last week. She helped Concordia improve their MIAC record to 4-0, which sets a new school record for most consecutive conference wins to start the season. 

In the teams' 4-2 victory over St. Olaf on Tuesday, Bain was responsible for three of the team's four goals - picking up her first collegiate hat trick. Against Carleton on Saturday, Bain had a goal and an assist as Concordia beat Carleton 6-0. For the season, Bain has 11 goals and three assists for 25 points. She currently leads the MIAC in points, goals, game-winning goals and shots in conference games. 
September 25
Cobbers Pound Upset-Minded Carleton 6-0.
Box Score: Concordia 6, Carleton 0 - Action Picture Page - Video Clip of Kelly Ping's Goal

September 21
Cobbers Teaches Oles a Lesson - Bain In Northfield Falls Mainly in the Goal.
Box Score: Concordia 4, St. Olaf 2 - Video Clip of Morgan Bain's Third Goal

- The College Sporting News' MIAC Recap For Week of Sept. 13 - Now Online
September 18
Cobbers Stay Perfect in the MIAC, Pepper Gustavus 2-0.
Box Score: Concordia 2, Gustavus 0

September 14
Cobbers Take Care of Business Early, Down Bethel 2-0
Box Score: Concordia 2, Bethel 0 - Action Picture Page - Video Clip of the First Cobber Goal
September 13
The College Sporting News' MIAC Women's Soccer Preview - Now Online

September 12
Cobbers Take Nationally-Ranked Loras (IA) to the Wire Before Losing 2-1 
Box Score: Concordia 1, Loras (IA) 2
September 11
Great Balls of Fire! Lewis Makes Linson a Winner in College Coaching Debut!
Box Score: Concordia 2, Nebraska Wesleyan 0

September 5
Cobber Defense Takes an Early Labor Day Holiday Vacation; Luther Beats Concordia 5-1.
Box Score: Concordia 1, Luther 5 | Video Clip of the Cobber Goal
September 4
Morgan Bain Scores Four as Cobbers Pummel Northland 9-0.
Box Score: Concordia 9, Northland 0

September 3
Women's Soccer Highlight Video Short From 2003 Now Online!
August 30
Cobber Women's Soccer Preview Now Online!

August 20
Insurance, Returning Athlete, & 1st Year Participation Forms are Now Online.


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