Concordia edges St. John's, stays unbeaten
Brian Halverson kicked a 30-yard field goal with 24 seconds remaining to lift undefeated Concordia-Moorhead over St. John's 21-20 Saturday.
The Cobbers scored their first victory in their last 14 meetings with the Johnnies (5-2, 4-1 MIAC).
The two teams stayed within a touchdown of each other until Lee Clintsman scored two consecutive touchdowns in the second and third quarters to put the Johnnies up 20-11.
The Cobbers (6-0, 5-0) answered early in the fourth quarter with a 1-yard TD run by Ed Oehlers to cut their deficit to 2 with Halverson's field goal clinching the win.
While the Cobbers have not yet clinched the conference title, they lead the MIAC with three games to go.
Chris Samp's four touchdown receptions from Brian Wrobel gave Winona State a 60-28 victory over Northern State.
Dave Cruz scored the first of his two touchdown runs a couple minutes into the first quarter to give the Warriors a lead that grew to 28 points early in the second quarter.
The Warriors (7-1, 3-0) responded with Cruz's second touchdown and the first of Eric Kraus' two field goals to lead 38-7 by halftime.
One of Winona's late-game scores was on a 2-yard TD pass from Plainview's Ryan Eversman to Jeff O'Donnell.
Toby Korrodi passed for two touchdowns and a game-high 313 yards.
Wes Beschorner passed for three touchdowns and ran for another to lead South Dakota past St. Cloud State 37-21.
Both teams are 7-1 overall and 3-1 in the NCC, trailing Nebraska-Omaha, which is 3-0.
Jeff Glas kicked four field goals to lead North Dakota over Minnesota-Duluth 26-0.
James McNear's two touchdown runs and two scoring passes powered Concordia-St. Paul's 34-20 win over Minnesota State Moorhead.
Wade Thompson, a sophomore from Rushford-Peterson, ran for four touchdowns and 175 yards to propel Carleton over Macalester 55-14.
Fillmore Central grad Adam Denny passed for 225 yards and caught two TD passes for Macalester (1-5).