DECORAH, Iowa -- No. 6 Luther scored three consecutive goals to post a 3-2 come-from-behind victory against St. John's (Minn.) on Sunday.

Trailing 2-0 after the 37th minute, the Norse (3-1) scored in the 40th, 45th and 84th minutes to secure the victory. Aaron Fargo took the goose egg of the scoreboard at 40:28, assisted by Jon Gednalske and Clay Walker. Logan Martell leveled the score at 45:50 on a blast to the far-right corner of the net, assisted by James Garcia-Prats. Gednalske scored the game-winner at 84:24, finding the left-inside corner of the net. He was assisted by JW Slauson.

The Norse applied pressure through out the match, outshooting the Johnnies 21-15 and placing 10 shots on goal.

Michael Coborn gave St. John's (2-2) a 1-0 lead on a give-and-go from classmate Matt Carson, his third goal of the season, 22:51 into the match.

David Wee made it 2-0 with his second tally of the season in the 38th minute. Coborn went up the left side, turned the corner and crossed to an open Wee in front of the net for the goal. The assist, Coborn's 30th, set a new St. John's career record.

Wee just missed his second goal of the match when he hit the post with under 27 minutes to go in regulation.

St. John's Athletics contributed to this report.