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10/2/99 Cobbers Win 14-6 at Hamline
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1999 Concordia Football vs Hamline
at Hamline October 2, 1999, 1:00. 

10/8 The Concordian: Football improves MIAC record to 3-0  by  Tim Hanson,  The Concordian 

10/2 Cobbers (3-1, 3-0) win 14-6 at Hamline (1-3, 0-3)  | by Jerry Pyle, SID

10/3 Strong second half lifts Cobbers  By Jim Stellon The Forum - 10/03/1999

10/8 The Concordian: Football improves MIAC record to 3-0  by  Tim Hanson,  The Concordian 

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Game Summary
Concordia Wins 14-6 at Hamline
Oct. 2, 1999, by Jerry Pyle, Concorida SID
Mark Hankel
 Defensive End
 6-2,  235
 Mapleton ND
 Fargo Oak Grove HS
 Class of 2001
Five sacks vs Hamline
10/4 Named MIACDefensive Player of the Week

For the second straight week the Cobbers turned in a shaky first half offensively and still came away with a win. The Cobbers, 3-1 overall, 3-0 in the MIAC, won at Hamline 14-6 after trailing 6-0 at the half.  Hamline fell to 1-3 overall, 0-3 in the MIAC.

Concordia lost four fumbles and threw an interception in the first half.  Mean time, Hamline got on the board with a 1-yard Jon Cleveland TD reception from Tim Couchman with 2:29 left in the half.

It would have been a lot worse for the Cobbers, particularly in that first half, had they not gotten outstanding defensive play.  The Cobber defense, often taking the field with miserable field position, put great pressure on Hamline's Couchman, holding him to 11 of 26 passing for 124 yards. Cobber defensive end Mark Hankel led the defensive charge, recording five of the Cobbers' six sacks.  Hamline was held to 79 net yards rushing for the game.

Concordia came out and controlled the second half much the way they did in last week's 35-6 win at Carleton after leading 7-6 at the half, by hanging onto the football and grinding out yards on the ground.

The Cobbers, who controlled the ball for 20 minutes in the second half, went ahead 7-6 on a 2 yard TD run by fullback Nathan Reiff with 5:59 left in the third quarter. Concordia gave itself some breathing room with 6:14 left in the game when quarterback Jeff Hertel hooked up with Raliegh Schmidt for a 20 yard TD pass to provide the final 14-6 margin.

The Cobbers managed 148 rushing yards despite missing their top two tailbacks, Jason Braaten and Joel Ferrie, and their backup fullback, John Doebler, all out with ankle injuries.  Reiff  led the Cobber rushers with 66 yards on 25 carries.  Hertel rushed for 45 yards and was 10 for 23 passing for 114 yards.

Concordia hosts winless St. Olaf Oct. 9 in Concordia's homecoming game.  Hamline travels to Carleton.

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9/25 hamline starters

#       NAME    POS.    NAME    #
QB      Tim Couchman    17
IB      Joey Kvamme     31
FB      Brian Swanson   9
WR      D.R. Schroeder  28
TE      Mike Yankee     34
OT      Adam McDonald   75
OG      Lucas Kopel     74
C       Dave Brown      52
OG      Nick DeFrance   55
OT      Seth Lieffort   71
WR      Aaron Danielson 3

DEFENSE
DE      Jon Weyandt     92
DT      Cory Molenaar   90
DT      Mike Peoples    97
DE      Nathan Schneeberger     66
LB      Kris Staples    41
LB      Brian Fearing   24
LB      Ryan Wodele     2
SS      Tony Aarseth    49
FS      Jabari Thompson 30
CB      Ben Kvamme      27
CB      Luke Tressel    13
 
 
 
 
 

9/18/99
HAMLINE TWO-DEEP ROSTER -- OFFENSE
TE --
34-Mike Yankee (Sr., 6-2, 198);
83-Jon Cleveland (Sr., 6-1, 218)
LT --
75-Adam McDonald (Sr., 6-0, 216);
57-Matt Mederios (Sr., 6-0, 222)
LG --
74-Lucas Kopel (Jr., 5-10, 212);
59-Joe Davies (Sr., 6-0, 283)
C --
52-Dave Brown (Sr., 6-4, 241);
68-Joe Holl (Jr., 5-11, 290)
RG --
55-Nick DeFrance (Sr., 5-10, 238);
72-Ryan Donnay (So., 6-0, 224)
RT --
71-Seth Lieffort (Sr., 6-2, 235);
63-Blake Boche (So., 6-0, 238)
XWR --
3-Aaron Danielson (Sr., 5-11, 179);
18-Doug Amsden (So., 6-2, 194)
ZWR --
28-D.R. Schroeder (Sr., 6-0, 200);
80-Luke Wright (So., 6-3, 190)
FB --
9-Brian Swanson (Sr., 5-11, 200);
16-Dan Soular (Sr., 6-1, 210)
TB --
31-Joey Kvamme (So., 5-7, 177);
37-Brandon Swenson (So., 5-8, 187)
QB --
17-Tim Couchman (Jr., 6-0, 169);
1-Cody Schmidt (Jr., 5-11, 200)

HAMLINE TWO-DEEP ROSTER -- DEFENSE
DE --
92-John Weyandt (Sr., 6-0, 217);
35-Tom Morris (Jr., 6-0, 218)
DE --
66-Nathan Schneeberger (Sr., 6-0, 204);
93-Ted Strouth (So., 6-0, 201)
DT --
90-Cory Molenaar (Sr., 6-0, 232);
95-Jeff Hoernemann (Sr., 6-0, 231)
DT --
97-Mike Peoples (Sr., 6-1, 244);
98-Alex Leonard (So., 6-3, 233)
OLB --
49-Tony Aarseth (Sr., 5-11, 200);
38-John Peterson (Sr., 5-11, 202)
OLB --
2-Ryan Wodele (Jr., 6-0, 195);
36-Marc Nelson (So., 6-2, 196)
LB --
41-Kris Staples (Sr., 5-11, 215);
47-Ben Nyquist (So., 6-1, 221)
LB --
24-Brian Fearing (Jr., 6-3, 219);
51-Joe Slusarczyk (Fr., 5-9, 198)
CB --
13-Luke Tressel (Jr., 5-10, 179);
10-Justin Werner (So., 5-11, 181)
CB --
27-Ben Kvamme (Sr., 5-10, 175);
45-Chad Strehlo (Fr., 6-1, 185)
S --
30-Jabari Thompson (Sr., 6-0, 185);
4-Gabe Hackett (Jr., 6-3, 197)

HAMLINE SPECIALISTS
Place Kicker/Punter -- 21-Steve Koehn (Sr., 6-0), 182)

 NO. Name Position HGT WT YR Hometown
1 Cody Schmidt QB 6'0 200 JR Waseca
2 Ryan Wodele DB 6'0 194 JR Wabasha
3 Aaron Danielson WR 5'11 180 SR Stillwater
4 Gabe Hackett FS 6'3 203 JR Milaca
5 Grant Harding DB 5'11 175 JR Sandstone (East Central)
6 Andy Seliga LB 6'1 200 FY Inver Grove Heights (Simley)
8 Michael DuBois QB 6'0 197 FY Brooklyn Center
9 Brian Swanson FB 5'10 201 SR Shafer (Chisago Lakes)
10 Justin Werner DB 5'11 182 SO Hastings
12 Andrew Kunzmann QB 6'5 195 FY Chisago
13 Luke Tressel DB 5'10 180 JR St. Paul (Como Park)
14 Jack Rowan OLB 6'0 195 JR Mahtomedi (St. Bernard's)
15 Michael Shirra QB 5'8 170 FY Cottage Grove
16 Dan Soular FB 6'1 205 SR Hoyt Lakes (Mesabi East)
17 Tim Couchman QB 6'0 169 JR St. Paul (Highland)
18 Doug Amsden WR 6'2 195 SO No. St. Paul
19 Reed Johnson DB 6'0 185 JR St. Paul (Central)
20 Matt Stolski FB 5'9 240 JR Anoka
21 Steve Koehn P-K 6'0 180 SR Paynesville
22 Marlon Beal DB 5'10 185 JR Minneapolis (North)
23 Isaac VanLoon DB 5'9 165 FY Waseca
24 Brian Fearing LB 6'3 225 JR St. Paul (Central)
25 Carl Bisciglia RB 6'0 200 FY Mendota Heights (Sibley)
26 Adam Friedman DB 5'11 165 FY Mankato (West)
27 Ben Kvamme DB 5'10 175 SR Warren
28 DR Schroeder WR 6'0 200 SR Renville (BDRSH)
29 Andy Gross RB 5'10 210 FY West St. Paul (Sibley)
30 Jabari Thompson DB 5'11 185 SR St. Paul (Johnson)
31 Joey Kvamme RB 5'7 180 SO Warren
34 Mike Yankee TE 6'2 198 SR Ashland, WI
35 Tom Morris DE 6'0 215 JR So St. Paul (Simley)
36 Marc Nelson DB 6'2 195 SO Roseville
37 Brandon Swenson RB 5'8 190 SO Farmington
38 John Peterson OLB 5'11 200 SR Braham
39 Josh Dudzik DB 6'0 170 FY EauClair, WI (Memorial)
41 Kris Staples* LB 5'11 215 SR Mendota Heights (Sibley)
45 Chad Strehlo DB 6'0 185 FY Maplewood (Tartan)
47 Ben Nyquist LB 6'1 225 SO Cokato (Dassel-Cokato)
49 Tony Aarseth LB 5'10 200 SR Minneapolis (Edison)
50 Jim Bufford C 5'10 225 FY Minneapolis (DeLaSalle)
51 Joe Slusarczyk LB 5'9 200 FY St. Paul Park (Park)
52 David Brown C 6'4 245 SR Woodbury
53 Dominic Crolius DT 5'11 315 FY Fridley (Columbia Heights)
54 Jesse Kramer LB 5'11 198  FY Mankato (West)
55 Nick DeFrance* OG 5'11 240 SR Shakopee
56 Seth Aho DE 6'1 215 FY Kettle River (Cromwell)
57 Matt Medeiros OL 6'0 220 SR Banks,OR
59 Joe Davies OL 6'2 283 SR Brooklyn Park (Champlin)
60 Hank McCarthy DT 6'1 240 FY Janesville
62 Ben Albaugh LB 6'0 182  FY Roseville
63 Blake Boche OT 6'0 238 SO Inver Grove Heights
64 Neil Miller DE 6'2 225 SO Coon Rapids
66 Nathan Schneeberger DE 6'0 205 SR Edgerton, WI
68 Joe Holl C 5'11 275 JR Roseville
69 Robert Ruud OG 6'4 245 FY Oakdale (Tartan)
71 Seth Lieffort OT 6'2 240 SR Hoffman (West Central)
72 Ryan Donnay OL 6'0 224 SO Elk River
74 Lucas Kopel OG 5'9 220 JR Bird Island (BOLD)
75 Adam McDonald OT 6'0 212 SR Minnetonka
77 Jonah Underwood OT 6'1 245 FY Sandstone (East Central)
79 Adam Grinsteinner DT 6'1 233 JR Cottage Grove (Park)
80 Luke Wright WR 6'3 185 SO Fairbault
81 Steve Ennis WR 6'0 170 SO Brook Park (Mora)
82 Casey O'Rourke WR 6'2 185 FY Richfield
83 Jon Cleveland TE 6'2 225 SO Annandale
84 Michael Knox WR 5'11 175 FY St. Paul (Johnson)
86 Casey Hallin CB 6'0 185 SO Mora
87 Jim Miller TE 6'6 225 SO Annandale
89 Tony Schumann WR 6'1 185 FY Kiester (United South Central)
90 Cory Molenaar* DT 6'1 230 SR Renville (BDRSH)
91 BJ Dillard-Carnahan DE 6'1 200 FY Shoreview (Mounds View)
92 John Weyandt DE 6'0 220 SR St. Paul (St. Agnes)
93 Ted Strouth DE 6'0 201 SO North Oaks (Mounds View)
94 Mike Wolff LB 5'7 175 FY Punta Gorda, FL (Charlotte)
95 Jeff Hoernemann DT 6'0 230 SR Chaska (Mayer Luthern)
97 Mike Peoples DT 6'1 244 SR Victoria (Waconia)
98 Alex Leonard DT 6'3 222 SO St. Paul (Central)
* - Captains
 
 
 
 

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