|PLAYED AT BSU||1972-1976|
Mark Eagles was a four-time All-American and four times he received All-Conference honors as a member of the Bemidji State University men's hockey team from 1972-76. Mark was team captain in 1976, leading team scorer in 1973, '74 and '76 and recipient of All-Tournament honors in 1973. He played on the 1972-73 NAIA national championship team, the 1974 second-place national team and conference championship teams in 1973, '74 and '76. His BSU achievements include most goals in a career, 100; most unassisted goals in career, 18; most unassisted goals in a season, 7; most hat tricks in a career, 7; and second all-time leading scorer with 225 career points. Mark played 116 games at BSU scoring 100 goals and 125 assists giving him a career total of 225 points, for an average of 1.94 points a game. He is currently employed with Mentor Corporation as a Regional Sales Manager, where he has earned recognition in sales and management. Mark is active in community, church and charitable organizations. He has 20-plus years of coaching Roseville Youth Hockey where he has had the opportunity to coach each of his children. Mark currently lives in Falcon Heights with his wife, Cathy, and children Annie, Patrick and Molly.