Cobbs Can't Find Equalizer At Carleton

Junior Klara Beinhorn scored Concordia's lone goal in their game at Carleton.
Junior Klara Beinhorn scored Concordia's lone goal in their game at Carleton.

NORTHFIELD, Minn. (9/28/19)---Concordia conceded a pair of goals in the first 20 minutes of play and lost 2-1 at Carleton. The Cobbers got to within one goal midway through the second half but couldn't come up with the equalizer.

Carleton won the game with two goals in the span of 4:07 starting at the 13:24 mark. The Knights scored their first goal off of a cross and then added the eventual game-winning goal at 17:31 on a shot from the right side of the penalty area.

Like their game at Bethel last Saturday, Concordia rallied in the second half and outplayed the Knights for the final 45 minutes. The Cobbers got to within 2-1 when junior Klara Beinhorn continued her goal-scoring streak by netting her third goal in as many games. Beinhorn was able to get her head on the long throw-in from Hannah Sandin and flicked it into the top right corner of the goal.

The goal at 67:14 was also Beinhorn's sixth of the season and fourth in the past five games. Her six goals is a single-season career high and two more than she had in her previous two seasons combined.

Concordia's best chance for a game-tying goal came in the 77th minute on a shot by Kay Franzese that was stopped by the Carleton keeper.

Both teams had five total shots and two shots on goal in the second half of play. Carleton held a 10-6 edge in total shots for the game.

Beinhorn had three shots to lead the Cobber attack.

Goalie Lexi Jemtrud made four saves in the 90 minutes of play.

UP NEXT: Concordia will step outside of conference play when they host St. Scholastica on Sunday,. Sept. 29 at 3:30 p.m.