Second baseman Michael Carlson watches his throw to first base to complete the double play in the Cobbers' loss at NDSU.
Cobbers Tripped Up By Bison!

Courtesy of, Release: May 4, 2010

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FARGO, N.D. (5/04/10)-- Concordia finished off the non-conference portion of their 2010 schedule by falling 19-4 to Division I NDSU in Fargo on Tuesday. The Cobbers committed five errors in the game which led to nine unearned runs. CC senior Nate Haase continued his hot hitting ways by going 3-for-4 and driving in a pair of runs.

The game started off well for the Cobbers in the top of the first as they scored a single run but then quickly unraveled in the bottom of the inning when CC allowed nine runs on five hits and committed three errors. Concordia got on the board to start the game when Haase singled up the middle and drove in Jake Krause from second base. The Bison then scored nine runs in the bottom of the first when they sent 14 batters to the plate. Of the nine runs scored, only three were earned as the Cobbers struggled to field the ball behind starting pitcher Phil Moenkedick.

Concordia (20-14) got to within 9-3 when they scored twice in the top of the fourth inning. Jordan Doschadis led off the inning with a double and then went to third on a single from Lucas Genereux. Josh Hintz picked up his fifth on RBI of the year on a sacrifice fly to right field. Genereux then came around to score on a single by Krause.

NDSU (17-23) quickly squelched the Cobber comeback threat when they posted their second of three multiple-run innings in the game. The Bison added four runs in the bottom of the fourth but only had one hit in the frame. NDSU had two walks and were beaned twice in the inning that put the game officially out of reach. The Bison would then tack on five more runs in the fifth and one more in the sixth to bring their final total to 19.

The Cobbers scored the final run of the game in the top of the seventh when Haase singled home Michael Carlson from second base.

NDSU had a season-high 19 hits in the game while Concordia recorded 10 hits.

Genereux was the only other CC hitter with more than one hit in the game besides Haase. Genereux was 2-for-3 and scored a run. Haase has now hit safely in the last eight games and during that time has a .500 average and has three multiple-hit games.

The Bison had three players with three hits in the game and were led by Nic Obey who was 2-for-6 and drove in five runs with a two-run single in the first and a two-run triple in the fifth.

Concordia will continue their quest for the MIAC regular season championship when they host St. Mary's on Thursday, May 6 at 11 a.m. The Cobbers can clinch their first MIAC playoff spot since the 2005 season with two wins in their final four games.