Running Cobber Basketball 1984-85

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Men Cobbers set new records Brad Willis

The Concordia College men's basketball team finished seventh in the MIAC with a win-loss record of 9-11 and an overall record of 13-12.

Season highlights for the team included setting a Cobber record for highest freethrow percentage in one game, 72.5, and highest field goal percentage in one game, 67.5. Both records were set against the College of St. Thomas, St. Paul, on Jan.30.

The team also established a new point differential by holding opposing teams to an average of 68 points per game and scoring an average of 73 points. The new mark a differential of five points exceeds the Darrell Pedersonprevious record of three points set during the 1981-82 season.

Dan DouglasSenior co-captain Bradford Willis, a hospital administration major from Wadena, Minn., was named to the MIAC all-conference team. Juniors Daniel Douglas from Detroit Lakes, Minn., and Darrel Pederson from Lake Park, Minn., were named members of the MIAC all conference honorable mention team. The selection was Douglas' second straight

Willis led the team in scoring with a 13.4 points-per game-average, followed by Pederson with 13.2. Pederson, who led the team in rebounds, 6.8 per game, was also voted the team's most valuable player.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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1984-85  Roster



1984-85 Concordia Junior Varsity
        H       A       Name    Position  Height   Weight                       Hometown
        10      11      THIMJON, KEVIN    G     6'0     150     Breckenridge, MN
        24      25      CAMRUD, KARL      G     5'10    155     Park Rapids, MN
        3       13      DOUGLAS, DAVE     G     5'10    150     Detroit Lakes, MN
        5       15      HOLLAND, DAVE     G     5'10    150     Ada, MN
        32      33      RUND, DAVE        G     6'2     170     Ada, MN
        22      23      ORHAM, DOUG       F     6'0     155     Great Falls, MT
        20      21      HAAKENSON, SCOTT  G     5'11    170     Fargo, ND
        30      31      DREYER, MIKE      G     6'1     175     Canby, MN
        40      41      WAHLIN, TIM       F     64      170     Missoula, MT
        34      35      SWENSON, TIM      F     6'4     175     Fergus Falls, MN
        44      45      TAYLOR, ROD       F     6'4     190     Fairview, MT
        50      51      ODOM, BRADY       C     6'S     195     Flint, Ml
        54      55      SCHWARTZ, MIKE    C     6'6     195     Burnsville, MN
        42      43      EBERLING, MARV    C     6'6     175     Sidney, MT

Coaches:        Sonny Gulsvig, Brad Strand, Steve Wammer



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1984-85  Schedule


 1984-85 Men's Basketball

 Opponent       Results

 Morris        W 96-63

 MSU           L 62-66

 Hamline      *W 67-65

 St. Thomas   *L 73-75

 MSU           W 75-67

 Gustavus     *L 83-89

 St. John's   *L 51-69

 UW Superior   W 64-55

 Sioux Falls   W 81-79

 St. Mary's   *L 74-75

 St. Olaf     *W 80-71

 Carleton     *W 69-47

 Augsburg     *L 55-63

 Bethel       *L 61-62

 Macalester   *W 96-70

 St. John's   *L 60-62

 Hamline      *L 67-73

 St. Thomas   *W 99-64

 Gustavus     *L 77-80

 St. Mary's   *L 57-59

 St. Olaf     *W 76-71

 Carleton     *W 69-65

 Augsburg     *L 87-75

 Bethel       *W 87-75

 Macalester   *W 83-71



 Record: Overall 13-12, MIAC 9-11, 7th

 Coach: John Eidsness


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1984-85  MIAC


1984-85

 SCHOOL            W   L

 Augsburg          18  2

 Hamline           14  6

 St. John's        13  7

 St. Mary's        13  7

 Gustavus          12  8

 St. Thomas        12  8

 Concordia         9   11

 Bethel            8   12

 St. Olaf          8   12

 Carleton          2   18

 Macalester        1   19

 Augsburg - 11th Championship


 

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84-85 Season Stats



Willis led the team in scoring with a 13.4 points-per game-average, followed by Pederson with 13.2. Pederson, who led the team in rebounds, 6.8 per game, was also voted the team's most valuable player.


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84-85 All-MIAC



 Senior co-captain Bradford Willis, a hospital administration major from Wadena, Minn., was named to the MIAC all-conference team. Juniors Daniel Douglas from Detroit Lakes, Minn., and Darrel Pederson from Lake Park, Minn., were named members of the MIAC all conference honorable mention team. The selection was Douglas' second straight


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