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2008 Cobber Women's Soccer - Game Recaps
Concordia sophomore Sam Johnson tries to knock the ball past Carleton goalie Kate Trenerry in the Cobbers' 3-0 loss at Carleton in the MIAC Championship game on Saturday.
Threepeat Derailed In Northfield


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Gameday Game Recap

NORTHFIELD, Minn. (10/08/08)-- Concordia's bid for their third straight MIAC playoff championship was derailed in Northfield on Saturday as the Cobbers gave up two goals in the first eight minutes of play and lost 3-0 to Carleton. The loss snaps a five-game unbeaten string for CC in conference postseason play. Concordia will finish their season with a 12-5-3 overall record. With the win, the Knights earn the automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament and improve their record to 15-5-0.

The game was decided in the first eight minutes of the first half. Carleton had two chances in the first 7:47 of the game and put them both in the back of the net. Both goals were well taken and Cobber goalie Britt Reiersgord had no chance as the Knight attackers came up with quality finishes. Carleton took a 1-0 lead just 2:38 into the opening period when Nicky Bloom whipped in a centering pass into the Cobber penalty area where Cassie Burke ran onto the pass and headed the ball into the upper corner of the net. For Bloom it would be the start of a career game as she finished with five points in the biggest game in Carleton history.

Bloom would add the next two goals. She scored at 7:47 on a cross from Mia Zutz. Bloom met the cross and one-timed the ball into the side netting from 16 yards out. She then finished off the scoring in the second half when scored on a corner kick at 6:46. Zutz was awarded her second assist of the game as she took the corner kick.

Carleton was then able to sit on a three-goal lead and just keep the Cobbers from scoring in the final 25 minutes of play. The game was mostly an even affair with the Knights getting the advantage in quality of finishes.

Carleton outshot Concordia 13-8 in overall shots but the two teams had five shots on goal for the 90 minutes.

Reiersgord made two saves for CC and Kate Trenerry made five saves to earn the shutout and the championship win.

 


 

 


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