The two teams played to a scoreless first half, but the Cobbers put a
pair of goals on the board with less than twenty minutes to play in
Concordia's first goal was an unassisted score at 73:53 from Riley MCGlynn. McGlynn then had a second goal at 85:21.
Hamline was out-shot 20-to-9 in the match. Each time had four corner
kicks in the opening 45 minutes, while Concordia had three and Hamline
had one in the second half.
Zach Nelson (Jr., Eagan, Minn.) had nine saves in net for the Pipers.
The Pipers are now 5-8, 1-5 MIAC while the Cobbers are 10-3-1, 5-2-1
MIAC. Hamline will stay on the road for the next MIAC contest, traveling
to Saint Mary's for a 7:00 p.m. contest on Saturday, October 16.