The Cobbers started scoring early, putting a pair of power play goals in the net in the opening period at 3:11 and 4:39.
They added a short-handed tally at 13:36 in the second before scoring
two more goals in the third. They added an even strength goal at 6:11
and then a power play tally at 13:18.
Ali Nelson had two goals for the Cobbers while Emily Sell tallied assists on three goals. Katelyn Dold added a pair of assists.
The Cobbers out-shot the Pipers 43-21 in the game.
Hamline falls to 4-15-3, 3-11-1 MIAC while Concordia is 14-7-2, 8-6-2
MIAC. The Pipers will host their final regular season game of the year
on Friday, February 25, at 7:00 p.m. when Bethel comes to the Warner