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2007-08 Cobber Athletics Newsletter
April 9, 2008

Picture of the Week: In the only home event of the week, Concordia freshman Jamie Odden rounds third and heads for home under the watchful eye of Cobber head coach Stacey Holm (R) during CC's doubleheader with St. Mary's on Saturday.


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April 9, 2008

Top Note
Baseball

- Concordia junior catcher Kyle Johnson (Cambridge, Minn./Cambridge-Isanti HS) and sophomore pitcher Adam Johnson (Pelican Rapids, Minn.) were named the MIAC Player and Pitcher of the Week on Monday. It marks the first time since the 2004 season that a pair of Cobber players has swept the player of the week awards.


Baseball (9-4/2-0 MIAC; won at Carleton 5-3 & 12-2)

- Concordia junior catcher Kyle Johnson (Cambridge, Minn./Cambridge-Isanti HS) and sophomore pitcher Adam Johnson (Pelican Rapids, Minn.) were named the MIAC Player and Pitcher of the Week on Monday. It marks the first time since the 2004 season that a pair of Cobber players has swept the player of the week awards.

- Concordia opened the MIAC season by sweeping Carleton 5-3 and 12-2. It is the first time since the 2003 campaign that CC has opened the conference schedule with a 2-0 record. The Cobbers have now won seven straight games which is the longest winning streak since 2004.

- Cobber catcher Kyle Johnson has now had at least one hit in seven consecutive games and has had multiple-hit games in the past four contests. After starting the season 0-for-8 in the first three games, he has gone 20-for-36 and is hitting .556 during that stretch. In the past 10 games he has driven in 17 runs, scored 14 runs and collected seven doubles.


Fastpitch Softball (3-13/0-2 MIAC; lost to St. Mary's 5-0 & 4-1)

- Concordia sophomore pitcher Erin Johnson (Fargo, N.D./West Fargo HS) did not allow an earned run in the Cobbers’ 4-1 loss against St. Mary’s on Saturday. It was the first time all season that a CC pitcher has not allowed an earned run in a game. Johnson lowered her season ERA to 4.34 with the outing.


Men's Tennis (6-10/0-6 MIAC; beat U of Mary 7-2/lost at Bethel 9-0)

- Concordia snapped a four-match winning streak when they beat the University of Mary 7-2 at home last Wednesday.

- The Cobbers are now 3-1 at home this season.

- In the match against the Marauders, Jared Johnson and Lukas Radde picked up their first collegiate singles victories. Johnson claimed a 3-6, 6-2, 10-5 win at No.5 singles, while Radde posted a 6-1, 6-2 win at No.6 singles.


Women's Tennis (3-10/0-7 MIAC; lost at Bethel 6-3/lost at St. Ben's 8-1)

- Concordia freshman Melanie Gail (Madison, Minn./Lac Qui Parle Valley HS) claimed a 6-3, 6-3 win at No.5 singles in the Cobbers’ 6-3 loss at Bethel on Saturday. She now has a 7-6 record in singles play this season and is the only CC player with a winning record in singles competition.


Men's Outdoor Track and Field (competed in the Northern State Invite)

- Concordia senior Josh Smith (Staples, Minn./Staples-Motley HS) won the 400 meters at the Northern State Invite on Saturday. He ran a 52.16 to win the event by less than .50 seconds.

- The Cobber 4x100-meter relay team also won their event at the Northern State Invite. The quartet ran a 44.43 and was led by Xavier Carroll (So., El Cajon, Calif./Grossmont HS) who clocked a 10.08 in the anchor leg of the race.


Women's Outdoor Track and Field (competed in the Northern State Invite)

- Concordia freshman Emily Davis (Litchfield, Minn.) provisionally qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Meet in the discus at the Northern State Invite on Saturday. Davis, competing in her first collegiate outdoor event, posted a distance of 137-00. That is better than the 136-02 that is needed to provisionally qualify for nationals. Her mark is the top distance in the MIAC this season.

- A pair of Cobber athletes posted marks that rank in the top ten of program at the Northern State Invite. Freshman Alexa Kleingartner (West Fargo, N.D.) ran a 15.73 in the 100-meter hurdles. That time is the 10th best in school history. Fellow freshman Kristin Warren (Oakes, N.D.) also posted a 10th best mark. She tossed the javelin 119-07 and finished fourth in the event.

This Week's Cobber Athletic Calendar

Wednesday, Apr. 9, 2008
SB - at St. Kate's - 4 p.m.

Thursday, Apr. 10, 2008
SB - at Bethel - 4 p.m.

Friday, Apr. 11, 2008
BS - at home vs. St. Thomas - 4 p.m.

Saturday, Apr. 12, 2008
BS - at Macalester - 1 p.m.
SB - at St. Olaf - 1 p.m.

MTN - at home vs. Macalester - 2 p.m.
WTN - at home vs. Macalester - 2 p.m.

Sunday, Apr. 13, 2008
BS - at home vs. Gustavus - 1 p.m.

SB - at home vs. Augsburg - 1 p.m.

WTN - at home vs. Hamline - Noon

MTR - at Bison Open - 2:30 p.m.

WTR - at Bison Open - 2:30 p.m.

MTN - at home vs. Hamline - 3 p.m.

Tuesday, Apr. 15, 2008
MTR - host Cobber Twilight - 3 p.m.

WTR - host Cobber Twilight - 3 p.m.

SB - at home vs. Carleton - 4 p.m.

 

   

    

                  

   

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