Flemming Foursome For The Win

Junior Amanda Flemming recorded four points in the Cobbers' 7-4 win at Northland.
Junior Amanda Flemming recorded four points in the Cobbers' 7-4 win at Northland.

STORY LINE: Junior Amanda Flemming recorded four points and Concordia netted the final three goals of the game as they outscored Northland 7-4 in a non-conference game in Ashland,  Wis. Flemming had single goals in the first and third periods and added two more in the second to help the Cobbers to the 3-goal win.

RECORDS: Concordia runs its win streak to three games and is now 6-3-1 on the year. The Cobbers have lost only once in their past eight games. Northland loses for only the second time in the past five games and is now 2-7-1 for the season.

TOUCHDOWN TIME: The seven goals scored by the Cobbers are the most in a single game this year and most since they put up seven against Bethel at the end of the 2016-17 season. In addition to the four goals from Flemming, Concordia also got tallies from Brenna Mjoness, Megan Dondelinger and Callie Fagerstrom. Mjoness gave CC a 2-1 lead when she scored her first collegiate goal at 2:42 of the second period. Flemming would tack on two more goals in the second half of the middle frame and the Cobbers would take a 4-2 lead into the third period.

A STRONG FINISHING KICK: Concordia watched as the Lumberjills tied the game at 4-4 with a pair of goals in the first nine minutes of the final frame. Megan Dondelinger got the game-winning goal at the 12:07 mark and then Callie Fagerstrom added the insurance tally at 13:32 before Amanda Flemming finished off the scoring with an empty-net strike at 19:54. Dondelinger earned hr second goal of the season while Fagerstrom picked up her fifth goal of the year.

FLEMMING FOURSOME: Amanda Flemming had only scored one goal in the three previous games and had watched a trio of teammates tie her for the team lead in goals scored. That all changed on Friday when she scored two goals and added two assists. Flemming now leads the Cobbers in scoring with seven goals and four assists for 11 points.

STAT STUFF:  Concordia outshot Northland 37-32 in the game. The Cobbers have now recorded 106 shots in their last three games. Concordia went 0-for-1 on the power play while the Lumberjills were 1-for-3 in a game that featured only four total penalties and eight penalty minutes.

NINE TIMES: It wasn't pretty but Cobber senior goalie Brittany Boss made 28 saves to earn her ninth career victory. Boss is 3-2-1 on the season and has a GAA of 3.43.

UP NEXT: Concordia and Northland will finish off their 2-game series when they drop the puck at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8 in Ashland , Wis. The Cobbers will be looking for their second straight sweep and third of the season.