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Freshman goalie Emily Musielewicz watches junior defenseman Maddie Ellingson stop the puck during the Cobbers' 3-1 over Bethel.
Freshman goalie Emily Musielewicz watches junior defenseman Maddie Ellingson stop the puck during the Cobbers' 3-1 over Bethel.

STORY LINE: Concordia scored the first three goals of the game and went on to a 3-1 win in the series finale against Bethel. The victory helped the Cobbers earn three out of four points in the 2-game series. Three different players scored for Concordia as they ended their streak of three straight overtime games.

RECORDS: The Cobbers also extend their unbeaten streak to four games. After dropping the first two games of the year, Concordia is now 3-2-1 in all games and 3-0-1 in league play. Bethel falls to 1-6-1 overall and 0-3-1 in the MIAC.

FLEMMING FLOURISHES: Amanda Flemming continued her scoring streak on Saturday. The junior picked up a defense-threading pass from defenseman Callie Fagerstrom just on Cobber side of the red line and raced untouched on a breakaway. Flemming faked to her forehand, went to her backhand and tucked the puck inside the left post. The goal was Flemming's fourth in as many games. She has scored one goal in four straight games and is tied for the team lead in points.

SENIOR SCORING STUFF: Seniors Sage Barta and Megan Dondelinger recorded the second and third goals for CC. Barta scored the eventual game-winning goal at the 5:00 mark of the second frame – just 1:17 after Flemming's breakaway goal. Dondelinger finished off the 3-goal start when she slammed home a loose puck o the power play at the 4:49 mark of the third period. Barta has scored a single goal in three of the past four games. She has three goals on the year which is the most in a single season for Barta. Her previous season best came in 2017 when she scored two goals. Dondelinger earned her first goal of the year.     

CALLIE-FORNIA GOLD RUSH: Callie Fagerstrom also extended a streak on Saturday. Fagerstrom's assist on the first goal of the game extended her point streak to six games. She leads the team in scoring with seven points (4G, 3A) and is tied for the league lead in scoring by a defenseman.

THE MOOSE IS STILL LOOSE: Freshman goalie Emily Musielewicz stopped 28 of the 29 shots she faced and is now 2-0-0 in her first collegiate season. Muielewicz dropped her season GAA to 1.92 and her save percentage is now 92.3%.

STAT SAYINGS: Concordia outshot Bethel 29-26 in the series finale and 62-54 in the two games on the weekend. The Cobbers were 1-for-3 on the power play and have scored at least one power play goal in five of the six games this year. Concordia leads the MIAC in power play percentage this year. CC has a 28.6% success rate on the power play in the first six games.   
 
UP NEXT: The Cobbers will step outside of conference play when they host No.10-ranked Wis.-Eau Claire on Friday, Nov. 23 at 4 p.m. Eau Claire is 3-2-1 on the year and dropped a 2-1 decision at home against No.7-ranked Wis.-River Falls on Saturday.

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