Bemidji State University football’s spring practice season culminates at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 20 with the annual Green and White game at Chet Anderson Stadium in Bemidji, Minn. The Beavers will go head-to-head in a scrimmage and individual drills before the final day of practice April 22.
As the Bemidji State University football team prepares for their annual spring game Saturday, 26 players have spent the spring testing revolutionary high-tech equipment that can have a life-altering influence on the game of football going forward.
Senior Bemidji State University football defensive back Andrew Walock was recognized as one of 1,661 student-athletes from across the country as part of the 2019 National Football Foundation (NFF) Hampshire Honor Society. Walock joins student-athletes from all divisions of play who each maintained a cumulative 3.2 GPA or better throughout their college careers, as released by the NFF & College Hall of Fame.
The Bemidji State University football program will add three assistant coaches to the staff for the 2019 season, as announced by head coach Brent Bolte. Darius Carey, Alex Gray, and Sheldon Tucker, Jr., join the Beavers with focus on the defensive line, outside linebackers, and cornerbacks, respectively.
Bemidji State University head football coach Brent Bolte released the program 2019 schedule Wednesday which features five home games and two Thursday night primetime kick-offs. The Beavers open the season Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019, with a road game against Northern State University.
The march towards the 2019 season begins with spring practice for the Bemidji State University football program, as head coach Brent Bolte released the initial spring practice schedule. The Beavers have designated March 20 as its first official day of spring practice with the annual Green and White Spring Game schedule at 2 p.m. April 20 at Chet Anderson Stadium.
Seven transfers have joined the Bemidji State University football program beginning with the spring semester, head coach Brent Bolte announced.
Over 200 alumni, faculty, staff and friends attended the 2019 Bemidji State University B Club Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Brunch Feb. 16. The ceremony recognized alumni, former coaches, administrators and others who have excelled at their sports and brought acclaim to the university through their accomplishments and championships.
A crowd of nearly 200 student-athletes, staff and friends gathered Feb. 15 in Bemidji State University’s John S. Glas Fieldhouse to formally dedicate the newly refurbished Frederick P. Baker Training Center.
Bemidji State University football head coach Brent Bolte announced the members of BSU’s 2019 recruiting class on Wednesday. The group of 35 student-athletes includes 17 offensive, 16 defensive, one special teams, and one athlete positions.