The transformation of the Bemidji State University Softball Field continues today, as workers begin a project to replace the chain link backstop with a brick structure and netting.
Bemidji State University softball head coach Rick Supinski announced today the addition of Emily Varner to his squad for the 2014 season. Varner, a native of Buffalo, Minn., is a versatile, left-handed player with the ability to play infield as well as outfield positions.
Former Bemidji State University softball player Crystal Bowen (Duluth, Minn.) will be among hundreds of student-athletes that converge on Indianapolis this weekend for the NCAA's 2013 Career in Sport Forum.
Bemidji State University had 19 student-athletes selected to the 2013 Spring Academic All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Team, announced today by league officials.
The Bemidji State softball team saw its season come to an end Sunday with a pair of losses to Winona State. The Warriors, first place in the NSIC, picked up a 16-2 victory in five innings before going on to win the second game 8-0. BSU finished the season 8-38 with a 2-28 conference mark.
Despite producing its highest offensive output since its first day of NSIC play March 28, the Bemidji State softball team came up empty in a conference doubleheader against Upper Iowa, falling 16-2 and 21-8. The games counted as home tilts for the Beavers. Nicole Dupay homered once in each game.
Four games for the Bemidji State softball team that were originally scheduled to be played in Bemidji and were rescheduled to take place in Crookston, Minn. have officially been moved again. The contests—BSU’s final two doubleheaders of the season—will now be played on the campuses of the Beavers’ opponents, Upper Iowa and Winona State.
The Bemidji State softball team ended up on the wrong side of 7-0 and 2-1 decisions against NSIC foe U-Mary at the Husky Dome in St. Cloud Minn. Thursday afternoon. The games were originally supposed to be played as home games for the Marauders, but the schedule changed earlier in the week.
The Bemidji State University softball team will wrap up is 2013 season this weekend against the University of Mary in St. Cloud, Minn. Thursday and against Upper Iowa University and Winona State University Saturday and Sunday, respectively, in Crookston, Minn.
The Bemidji State softball team will finish the season without having played a game at its home field after it was announced Wednesday that the team’s final two doubleheaders of the season were moved to Crookston, Minn. BSU will play Upper Iowa Saturday and Winona State Sunday at Minnesota Crookston. Play each day begins at 2:30 p.m.
The Bemidji State softball doubleheader scheduled for Wednesday against U-Mary in Bismarck, N.D. has been moved to Thursday at the Husky Dome in St. Cloud, Minn. The first game will be played at 11 a.m. and the second game is slated to begin 1 p.m.
The Bemidji State softball team dropped its final two games of the weekend in Sioux City to Northern State Sunday afternoon, falling by scores of 5-0 and 11-5 Sunday. Both contests counted as home games for BSU.
The Bemidji State softball team dropped a pair of shutout decisions to MSU Moorhead Saturday afternoon at the Morningside Little League Complex in Sioux City Iowa. The Dragons won the first game 2-0 and completed the sweep with a 6-0 victory in the second game.
The Bemidji State softball team will pack its bags for more home games this weekend as the team will journey south to the Morningside Little League Complex in Sioux City, Iowa for the second time in as many weeks for a pair of doubleheaders. The Beavers will take on MSU Moorhead Saturday before finishing the week off Sunday versus Northern State.
The Bemidji State softball team has moved its home games against Minnesota State Moorhead and Northern State, originally scheduled at BSU, to the Morningside Little League Complex in Sioux City, Iowa. The Beavers will start play against the Dragons at 1 p.m. Saturday and will begin their first game against the Wolves Sunday at 11 a.m.
The Bemidji State University softball lost both games of a doubleheader to St. Cloud State at the Husky Dome in St. Cloud Tuesday afternoon. The Huskies took a 5-0 win in the first game before finishing off the sweep with an 11-2 win in five innings. Both games counted as home contests for BSU, which was supposed to host the games but was unable to due to weather conditions.
The Bemidji State softball team rallied to end a 12-game losing streak against Southwest Minnesota State at the Morningside Little League Complex in Sioux City, Iowa Monday morning before dropping the second game of an NSIC doubleheader. The Beavers won 5-4 in the first game before falling 8-6 in the second game.
The Bemidji State softball team dropped a pair of tight games to the University of Sioux Falls at the Morningside Little League Complex in Sioux City, Iowa Sunday afternoon. The Cougars won 2-1 in nine innings before BSU erased a five-run deficit before falling 6-5 in the second game.
The Bemidji State softball has had its games for this weekend rescheduled. The Beavers’ doubleheaders Saturday at Sioux Falls and Sunday at Southwest Minnesota State have been moved to Sunday and Monday, respectively. All four games will be played at the Morningside Little League Complex in Sioux City, Iowa.
The Bemidji State softball team was swept Thursday afternoon against the NSIC's second place team, the Minnesota Duluth. The Bulldogs won the first game by a 12-0 score and shutout the Beavers again in the second game, 7-0 to complete a sweep of the teams' regular-season series.
Looking to snap a 10-game losing skid, the Bemidji State softball team will hit the road for six NSIC games over a four-day span this week. The Beavers will start out by playing Minnesota Duluth in a doubleheader. After having Friday off, BSU will play pairs of games against Sioux Falls Saturday and Southwest Minnesota State University Sunday.
The Bemidji State softball doubleheader Wednesday against the University of Minnesota Duluth in Duluth, Minn. has been moved to Thursday at the St. Paul Dome in St. Paul, Minn. The games begin at 2 p.m.
The Bemidji State softball team finished the weekend with a pair of losses to Augustana College in Sioux Falls, S.D. Sunday. The Vikings won the first game 7-2 and erupted offensively late in the second game for a 14-2 victory. Both games were home games for Bemidji State, despite having been played in South Dakota as the games were originally supposed to be played at BSU.
Due to field conditions in Bemidji, the Bemidji State softball team traveled to Wayne State play its first two official home games of the season Saturday. BSU made it close, but came up short against the first-place Wildcats, falling 3-2 in nine innings before dropping a 2-0 decision in the second game.
Bemidji State University softball fans will have an opportunity to support the team by bidding on one or more of several items in a silent auction that begins at 5 p.m. Saturday on the team’s Facebook page. Fans will be able to received tickets to concerts and Beaver hockey games, as well as fan packs, gift baskets, and several other unique items.
The Bemidji State softball team will play first-place Wayne State College in Wayne, Neb. Saturday and NSIC foe Augustana in Sioux Falls, S.D. Sunday. The games were originally supposed to be played in Bemidji and will still be considered home games for the Beavers.
The Bemidji State softball team was swept in a doubleheader by Minot State on the road Wednesday afternoon, falling 9-1 in six innings and 8-1 to its Beaver counterpart in NSIC play. With the two losses, BSU now stands at 7-18 overall on the season with a 1-7 mark in conference play.
Bemidji State University student-athletes Nicole Dupay (OF, R/R, Jr., Woodbury, Minn.) and Lewis Baumann (SS, R/R, Sr., Colorado Springs, Colo.) have been named Beaver Pride Athletes of the Week after recording outstanding athletic performances during the week of March 25-31.
The Bemidji State University softball team will travel to Minot State University for a pair of games Wednesday afternoon. The doubleheader, orignially scheduled for Tuesday afternoon, will begin at 1 p.m. The teams previously met this season March 2 at the Kelly Laas Invite in St. Cloud, Minn. MSU won the game 8-0.
The Bemidji State softball team announced the movement of six 2013 NSIC games Monday afternoon. The Beavers’ series against Minot State, Wayne State, and Augustana this week were all changed.
In its final day of play on the first weekend of NSIC action, the Bemidji State softball team was swept by Minnesota State in a doubleheader by scores of 15-0 and 8-0 at the Savage Community Dome in Savage, Minn. The first game went just five innings, while the second game only reached inning No. 6. BSU plays again Wednesday at Minot State.
The Bemidji State softball team came up empty in two games against Concordia University, St. Paul in NSIC play Friday afternoon, falling 7-0 and 7-2 at the Savage Community Dome in Savage, Minn. BSU picks up play Saturday morning against Minnesota State in Savage.
The Bemidji State softball team dropped its first NSIC game of the season to Minnesota Crookston 9-1 in Rosemount, Minn., but came back to win the second game of the doubleheader, 10-4. BSU is now 7-12 on the season and stands at 1-1 in conference action.
The Bemidji State softball team will open NSIC action this weekend. The Beavers will play Minnesota Crookston in Rosemount, Minn. Thursday before heading to Savage, Minn. to face Concordia-St. Paul Friday and Minnesota State Saturday. BSU enters Thursday with a 6-11 record.
The Bemidji State softball team will have to wait until Thursday to open NSIC play against Minnesota Crookston instead of playing its scheduled doubleheader Tuesday due to weather. BSU will play UMC at the Irish Sports Dome in Inver Grove Heights, Minn. Its' two weekend doubleheaders were also moved indoors.
Bemidji State University student-athletes Nicole Dupay (OF, R/R, Jr., Woodbury, Minn.) and Lewis Baumann (SS, R/R, Sr., Colorado Springs, Colo.) have been named Beaver Pride Athletes of the Week after recording outstanding athletic performances during the week of March 11-17.
This week, the Bemidji State University softball team is playing 13 games in a seven-day span in Titusville and Clermont, Fla. Over the course of the trip, junior infielder Megan Bergeson will keep BSU softball fans up to date with what the team is up to on and off the field.
On the second-to-last day of its spring training trip to Florida, the Bemidji State softball team swept a doubleheader against Gallaudet University of Washington D.C. with 22-0 and 8-0 wins. The games were the final two non-exhibition contests of the trip for the Beavers, who will play two more games Monday before returning home.
The Bemidji State softball team lost a pair of spring training contests in Clermont, Fla. Thursday afternoon. The Beavers fell 4-2 to St. Joseph’s College of Indiana before coming up short in 7-2 loss to Bentley University of Massachusetts to close out the day. BSU gets Friday off before continuing play Saturday.
After going 2-1 to start spring training, the Bemidji State softball team dropped two games on its second day of outdoor play in Florida. The Beavers fell 4-1 to West Liberty University of West Virginia before dropping a 5-1 decision to the University of Bridgeport to finish the day. BSU is 4-9 on the season.
The Bemidji State softball team won two of its first three spring training games in Titusville, Fla. Tuesday. The Beavers split two contests against St. Mary-of-the-Woods College of Indiana, winning 2-0 and falling 3-1, before routing Fisher College of Massachusetts 21-0.
The Bemidji State University softball team heads to Florida for its spring training trip and will play 13 games (four of which are exhibition games) over a seven-day span. The Beavers will play at least two games per day for the next seven days outside of an off day Friday.
The Bemidji State softball team dropped the final three games of the Kelly Laas Invite in St. Cloud Saturday. The Beavers started out with an 11-2 loss to Dickinson State before falling 14-0 to host school St. Cloud State and 8-0 to NSIC newcomer Minot State.
The Bemidji State softball team opened play at the Kelly Laas Invitational in St. Cloud by taking down Valley City State University 6-2 Friday night. The Beavers improved to 2-3 on the young season and will get its final tune-up before their spring training trip to Florida tomorrow with three games.
After starting the season 1-3 in four games of NSIC Crossover play, the Bemidji State softball team will pick up play with four games at the Kelly Laas Invite this weekend. The Beavers open with a game against Valley City State Friday at 6 p.m. and will play Dickinson State, St. Cloud State, and Minot State Saturday.
After going 0-2 in its first day of play in the 2013 season, the Bemidji State softball team came back with a split Wednesday. The Beavers fell 13-2 in their first game of the day against Minnesota Duluth, but earned their first win of the season in the next game, a 9-4 victory against MSU Moorhead.
The Bemidji State softball team lost the first two games of its 2013 campaign in the NSIC Crossover at the St. Paul Dome Tuesday afternoon, falling first to Northern State by a 3-1 score and then to Minnesota State Moorhead in a 7-4 final.
The Bemidji State softball team is hosting its third-annual skills camp for players ranging from 10 to 18 years old this Saturday and Sunday at the John Glas Fieldhouse.
More than 120 people attended the Bemidji State Softball Flapjack Fundraiser Saturday at the Bemidji Applebee's to support the softball program. Senior captain Crystal Bowen talks about the event and how is helps the program.
The Bemidji State University softball team will host to a flapjack fundraiser at Applebees Jan. 26. The fundraiser will take place from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and will cost $10 with 50 percent of the proceeds going directly to the University's softball program.
The Bemidji State University softball program announced the addition of six new players for its 2014 team Tuesday afternoon. Danielle Jecmen, Alayna Krejci (pictured), Jessica Yost, Megan Boser, Libby Bingham, and Kait Shea all signed either National Letters of Intent or offers of admission to play collegiate softball for head coach Rick Supinski at BSU in beginning in the fall of 2013.