Senior defensive back Gunner Olszewski headlined Bemidji State University football’s 17 All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference team selections after being selected the NSIC Defensive Player of the Year. The Beavers totaled eight All-NSIC First Team, four All-NSIC Second Team and five All-NSIC honorable mention selections.
The seniors of the Bemidji State University football program finished their careers with a bang as the team ended the season on a 69-7 win over Minot State University at Chet Anderson Stadium. Senior running back Andrew Lackowski surpassed 1,000 rushing yards on the season as the team combined for 289 rushing yards in Saturday’s win.
Bemidji State University athletics will honor all active duty and veteran military personnel during its regular season games Nov. 9 and 10 by extending a special ticket deal. Join the Beavers at any one of our six regular-season home events this weekend and when you purchase a ticket and present a military ID, you will receive one ticket of equal value for free.
Bemidji State University will attempt to end the 2018 season with a win Saturday, Nov. 10 while extending a 15-game winning streak against Minot State University. BSU and MiSU will kick off the 20th game of the series at 1 p.m. from Chet Anderson Stadium.
Senior wide receiver Landon Jones tallied career highs with eight receptions and three touchdowns Saturday afternoon in a comeback effort by the Bemidji State University football team. BSU fell in the “Battle for the Axe” to Minnesota State University Moorhead, 31-26, after recovering a late onside kick and a chance for a game-winning drive.
Bemidji State University and Minnesota State University Moorhead renew the annual Battle for the Axe rivalry at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3 at Chet Anderson Stadium. The Beavers and Dragons will play for the 85th time since 1929, which includes the second-longest traveling trophy in NCAA Division II.
Senior defensive back John Vogeler added Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Defensive Player of the Week to his resume after totaling two interceptions, one returned for a touchdown, in Bemidji State University’s 37-24 win over St. Cloud State University.
Senior running back Andrew Lackowski rushed his way to another 100-plus yard game in 2018 to help the Bemidji State University football program to a 37-24 win over St. Cloud State University, Saturday, Oct. 27 at Husky Stadium in St. Cloud, Minn. Lackowski powered the Beavers offense with his fourth straight 120-plus yard rushing game while the “Gang Green” defense came up with four interceptions to snap BSU’s first losing streak under head coach Brent Bolte.
During the season of giving, two former Bemidji State University football student-athletes and captains have made their impact felt while serving on the Board of Directors of the Minnesota-based non-profit Best Christmas Ever (BCE). Former Beavers Jason Kunz and Dr. James Midboe put their talents to work to help give back to hundreds of families in need during Christmas throughout the United States, Canada and Costa Rica.
The Bemidji State University football program looks to snap its first losing streak under head coach Brent Bolte in the return to the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference North Division schedule Saturday, Oct. 27 at St. Cloud State University. The Beavers and Huskies kick off at 1 p.m. from Husky Stadium, as BSU aims for a four-game winning streak against SCSU.