Over 140 friends, fans and alumni of Bemidji State Athletics gathered at the Bemidji Town & Country Club June 21 for the 42nd Annual Gordy Skaar Memorial Golf Tournament. The annual event raised $30,000 for the Beavers.
After a historic four seasons with the Bemidji State University softball team, Jessica Burlingame has begun her professional career after being selected with the 22nd pick in the 2019 American Softball Association draft.
The 42nd Annual Gordy Skaar Memorial Golf Tournament is set for Friday, June 21 at Bemidji Town and Country Club and it’s not too late to participate. Registration materials for men and women are now being accepted until July 11th for the event to benefit the Bemidji State University Athletic Scholarship Fund.
Tracy Dill, director of intercollegiate athletics at Bemidji State University, announced May 15 that Brittany Gomez has been named interim head coach for Beaver Softball, effective immediately.
After a historic 2019 season, Bemidji State University softball senior Jessica Burlingame has been selected to the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Second Team.
Five Bemidji State University softball seniors ended their careers for the green and white Saturday afternoon by helping the Beavers (24-30, 7-23) earn a victory over a top-25 team for the first time since 2016.
The Bemidji State University softball team snapped its 14-game losing skid by splitting its home series with Wayne State College (Neb.) Friday afternoon in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference play.
The Bemidji State University softball team wraps-up its 2019 season this weekend by hosting Wayne State College (Neb) and No. 14 Augustana University (S.D.) for a pair of Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference doubleheaders at the BSU Softball Field.
Due to the projected weather forecast, the Bemidji State University softball team has moved up its final weekend against Wayne State University (Neb.) and No. 14 Augustana University (S.D.).
The Bemidji State University softball team was tied with University of Mary after through four and a half innings in both games of its doubleheader but two, eight-run surges in the bottom of the fifth inning by the Marauders (21-25, 12-14 NSIC) doomed the Beavers (22-28, 5-21 NSIC).