Tracy Dill, director of athletics at Bemidji State University, today announced a new broadcasting partnership with the university’s Department of Integrated Media that will deliver more than 100 Beaver Athletics events to a worldwide audience beginning this fall.
The Bemidji State University Women’s Hockey team has announced its 2017-18 schedule. The Beavers welcome the Korean National Team to Sanford Center for an exhibition game Sept. 20 and officially open their 34-game schedule with a home series versus Syracuse University, Sept. 29-30.
Former Bemidji State University women’s hockey team member Stephanie Anderson and incoming freshman Clair DeGeorge received invites to the United States Women’s National Team Selection Camp in Tampa, Fla., April 30 through May 4.
Bemidji State University volleyball and softball standout Jessica Yost and Michael Bitzer, of the men’s hockey team, were named 2016-17 Female and Male Student-Athletes of the Year to headline the 2017 Beaver Nation Celebration athletic appreciation banquet Thursday at the BSU Gymnasium.
Beaver Hockey and the Sanford Center invite the general public to help celebrate the successes of the 2016-17 season and look ahead to 2017-18, from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, April 11.
A pair of Bemidji State University women’s hockey alumni recently coached their respective high school girls hockey teams to the Minnesota Girls Hockey State Tournament. Molly Arola and Emily Erickson coached the Alexandria and Hibbing/Chisholm girls hockey teams, respectively, to the state tournament in each of their first seasons as head coach.
17 Bemidji State University women’s hockey student-athletes were recognized Thursday as Western Collegiate Hockey Association All-Academic Team members announced by the WCHA.
The Bemidji State University women's hockey team fell to No. 4 University of Minnesota, 3-2, in game three of its series in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Playoffs, Sunday.
The Bemidji State University women's hockey team forced a deciding game three in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Playoffs after defeating No. 4 University of Minnesota, 2-1, Friday afternoon.
The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team fell to No. 4 University of Minnesota 3-1 in game one of its best-of-three series to start the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Playoffs. The Beavers’ (11-19-3, 7-18-3-1 WCHA) lone goal in the game was scored by freshman Haley Mack to pull within two of the Gophers (24-5-5, 19-4-5-3 WCHA) with 13 minutes left to play.