Katelyn Dold had two goals and an assist in the Cobbers' 6-1 win over Augsburg on Saturday. Dold now has an MIAC-leading 22 pts.

Dold Is On Fire!

Courtesy of GoCobbers.com, Release: January 23, 2010


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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (1/23/10)-- Like Justin Timberlake's ping pong paddle, Cobber sophomore Katelyn Dold is "ooo, ahh" on fire. Dold had two goals and an assist in Concordia's 6-1 win over Augsburg on Saturday in Minneapolis. The win gives the Cobbers the series sweep and is the fourth straight for CC. Concordia is now 9-6-0 in all games and 4-4-0 in the MIAC.

Dold has now had at least one point in nine of the 10 games and has a conference-leading 22 points on the season. Her 22 points is the most by a Cobber player since Katie Jacques had 37 in the 2002-03 season. In conference play Dold has six goals and eight assists for 14 points which also leads the league.

Concordia completely dominated the play on Saturday as they outshot the Auggies 44-26 and had a 5-0 lead before Augsburg got on the board.

Dold started the scoring by notching her two goals in a span of 2:06 midway through the opening period. She scored at 9:14 on an assist from Emily Sell and then scored the eventual game winner on an unassisted goal at 11:20. Savanna Sauvageau scored her first collegiate goal less than one minute later to give the Cobbers a commanding 3-0 lead after one period of play.

Concordia extended the margin to 5-0 in the second period on goals by Kit Hollway and Macy Leland. For Leland it was also her first collegiate tally. Hendrickson had the assist on Hollway's goal and Dold added her team-leading 13th assist on Leland's nugget. Freshman defenseman Ali Nelson capped the scoring with just under six minutes to play in the final frame. After Augsburg (1-12-2/1-5-2 MIAC) scored at 8:26, Nelson finished off the scoresheet by netting a goal at 14:05. It was Nelson's second goal in the past four games.

Senior Maddie Haroldson made 25 saves to pick up her third win of the year and 18th career victory. The Auggies split the goaltending duties. Toni Menth started the game and played the first 12:19. She made 10 saves. Grace Edgar came on in relief and stopped 28 shots in the final 47:41.

Concordia will now have an eight-game home stand. The Cobbers will host St. Ben's next weekend on Friday, Jan. 29 and Saturday, Jan. 30. Both games will be at the Moorhead Sports Center.