EAU CLAIRE, Wis. — Concordia scored six times in the third period to turn a two-goal deficit into a 7-4 victory over Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
Eau Claire led 3-1 going into the final 20 minutes as goals by Michelle Coughlin, Kristy Bolling and Maria Falcone offset a lone goal by Concordia’s Sandra Johansson.
But Lindsay Curtis started the barrage at the 4:29 mark, and Annie Knierim tied the score just over a minute later.
Eau Claire’s Sarah Zollars gave her team a short-lived 4-3 lead at the 6:32 mark, 42 seconds after Kneirim tied the score. Then Concordia struck for four more goals, including the game-winner by Katie Jacques at 8:27.
Kurtis, Knierim and Ann Birgenheier closed out the scoring.
Concordia used two goalies: Sarah Kuecher and Shyla Wilson combined for 16 saves. Eric Bray turned away 38 shots for Eau Claire.