|January 10, 2015||1st||2nd||Final|
St. Cloud State
|Stats at a Glance||BSUM||SCSU|
|FG Percentage||.333 (18-54)||.509 (28-55)|
|3P FG Percentage||.143 (3-21)||.429 (9-21)|
|FT Percentage||.667 (16-24)||.714 (15-21)|
Zimmerman - 6
Averkamp - 8
Poydras - 8
Anderson - 2
Floyd - 1
Zimmerman - 1
Anderson - 1
Jacobson - 1
Bemidji State moves its record to 7-7 overall and 3-7 in league play with the loss, while St. Cloud State improves to 9-7 and 5-5 in conference action. The Beavers will return to action Jan. 16-17 as it hosts its home games against University of Minnesota State-Mankato and Concordia University, St. Paul at the Sanford Center. Game times are set for 8 p.m. and 6 p.m., respectively.
Bemidji State Highlights
- The Beavers’ DJ Anderson led the scoring with 13 points and of which eight were from the free throw line.
- Pat Fischer was the only other player to score in double-digits with 10 points.
- Michael Jacobson tied his career-high point total recording four against St. Cloud State
- BSU shot 33.3 percent from the field and only 14.3 percent from beyond the arc in its loss to SCSU.
- Despite the loss, the Beavers charted 31 points from the bench and tallied 24 in the paint.
St. Cloud State Highlights
- SCSU posted three players in double figures as Jordan Poydras led the team with 23 points, shooting 8-of-11 from the field and 4-of-5 from the arc.
- Scottie Stone and Donnell Cegers marked 16 and 10 points, respectively.
- Poydras and Cegers led SCSU’s rebounding effort as they pulled down eight each.
- The Huskies led the majority of the game with its largest lead of 34 in the second half for 6:11 minutes.
- As a team, SCSU shot 50.9 percent from the field and was 9-of-21 from three-range. They also capitalized on free throws going 15-for-21.
- The Huskies only committed 11 turnovers compared the Beavers 13.
Nestled in Northern Minnesota’s wooded region and located on the shore of Lake Bemidji, Bemidji State University sponsors 15 varsity athletic programs with NCAA Division I men’s and women’s hockey membership in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, while its 13 NCAA Division II programs hold membership in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC).