Bemidji State Men’s Hockey Head Coach Tom Serratore has been named among the nine finalists for the 2019-20 Spencer Penrose Award, given annually to the CCM/American Hockey Coaches Association Division I Men’s Hockey Coach of the Year.
Bemidji State University junior Zach Driscoll is one of 10 collegiate goaltenders that has been placed on the 2019-20 Mike Richter Award semifinal list by Let’s Play Hockey.
The Bemidji State University men’s hockey team finished the 2019-20 season at No. 11 in the USCHO.com Poll to complete a five-week run among the top 15 teams in the country. This week the 22-10-5 Beavers were one of four Western Collegiate Hockey Association member teams to appear in the final national poll.
Bemidji State University Men’s Hockey Head Coach Tom Serratore has been announced as the 2019-20 Western Collegiate Hockey Association Coach of the Year as a part of the league’s release of its individual award winners.
Five Bemidji State University men’s hockey team members have been selected for All-Western Collegiate Hockey Association honors led by senior, co-captain Adam Brady, who was voted to the All-WCHA First Team, and All-Rookie Team selection and Third Team pick Elias Rosén.
Following the lead of the NCAA as well as the recommendation of local and state health officials regarding COVID-19, the WCHA has cancelled the remainder of the 2019-20 season, which includes the WCHA Playoff semifinal best-of-three series between Bemidji State University and Bowling Green State University originally scheduled for Sanford Center March 13-15.
Bemidji State University Men's Hockey Head Coach Tom Serratore and junior Brendan Harris previewed the Beavers' upcoming Western Collegiate Hockey Association Playoffs second round best-of-three series versus Bowling Green State University.
The Bemidji State men’s hockey team was among the top 15 teams in the country, according to the USAToday/USA Hockey Magazine Division I Men’s Hockey Poll, for the fourth consecutive week. This week the 22-10-5 Beavers dipped one spot No. 11 in both national polls.
Seventh-seeded Lake Superior State University went toe-to-toe with the second seed Bemidji State University to stretch the series to three games and in game three Sunday were within striking distance until he final horn sounded, but BSU held on for a 3-1 victory to win the best-of-three series and advance to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association's semifinal round, March 13-15.
The Bemidji State University men's hockey team put 45 shots on net Saturday, but Lake Superior State Goaltender Mareks Mitens was on his game from the opening faceoff, stopping 42 shots to give the Lakers a 5-3 victory and extend the best-of-three WCHA Playoff quarterfinal series to a third game.