The No. 13 Bemidji State men's hockey team looks to strengthen its hold on the Western Collegiate Hockey Association lead this weekend as it travels to Houghton, Mich. to battle Michigan Tech, which opens the series in second place behind the Beavers.
The No. 13 Bemidji State en's hockey team looks to strengthen its hold on the WCHA lead this weekend as it travels to Houghton, Mich. to battle Michigan Tech, which opens the series nine points behind the Beavers, second in the league standings.
The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team dropped three spots in the USCHO.com top 20 poll, and narrowly missed the top 15 of the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll following it’s non-conference series with Princeton University.
Princeton University's David Hallisey scored twice in the second period to erase a 1-0 deficit and propel the Tigers a 3-1 non-conference victory over Bemidji State University Saturday at Sanford Center.
The Bemidji State University department of athletics has announced three ticket deals to save, support the community and watch the nationally-ranked Beaver Hockey team this weekend when BSU hosts Princeton University.
Bemidji State head men's hockey coach Tom Serratore and senior forward and reigning WCHA Offensive Player of the Week Brendan Harms spoke with the media Tuesday to preview the team's upcoming non-conference series versus Princeton.
The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team wraps up its four-game homestand this weekend with a non-conference series versus Princeton University at Sanford Center. The No. 10 Beavers enter the series unbeaten in their last eight games (7-0-1) of the season and look to go 8-0-0 at home with a pair of games versus the Tigers.
Bemidji State University forward Brendan Harms has been selected as the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Offensive Player of the Week after leading the Beavers to a WCHA series sweep over Northern Michigan University, Nov. 18-19.
The excitement of NCAA hockey returns to TSN, Canada’s largest sports network, for a third year in a row, with Canadian viewers treated to 37 regular-season games in 2016-17. TSN and College Hockey Inc. unveiled the network’s regular-season schedule, which features coverage of Frozen Fenway and the Beanpot tournament in addition to No. 10 Bemidji State’s WCHA road series opener at Bowling Green, Jan. 6.