Côté Receives Academic All-American Award

Bemidji State University women’s ice hockey junior goaltender Anik Côté (Grand Falls, N.B, Canada) has been named to the 2002-03 Verizon Academic All-American University Division Women’s At-Large Second Team, as announced by the CoSIDA offices.


Cote Honored For Academic Excellence

Bemidji State University women’s ice hockey junior goaltender Anik Cote (Grand Falls, N.B, Canada) has been named to the 2003 Verizon Academic All-District V University Division Women’s At-Large First Team.


Bemidji State Women's Hockey Announces 2003-04 Signing Class

Bemidji State University head women’s hockey coach Bruce Olson announced today the signing of six players to National Letters of Intent for the 2003-2004 season.


North Dakota to join the WCHA's women's league in 2004-2005

Jill Luebke made a career-high 42 saves to keep the Beaver’s in a game tonight where the BSU was out shot by the Buckeyes 45-16. Amber Fryklund, Lill Raynard, and Caesare Stimson all recorded two points in the game as BSU used two second period goals to lock the game at 3-3 and push the Buckeyes into an overtime tie.


Bemidji State Women's Hockey Team Holds Post-Season Banquet to Honor Players

Bemidji State University women’s hockey team held its annual end-of-the-year banquet Thursday to recognize its outstanding players and seniors.


Bemidji State Players Honored at WCHA Banquet

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team had eleven players honored at the 2002-03 Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s annual awards banquet tonight at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, N.D. Junior Anik Coté took home the WCHA Student Athlete of the Year award, freshman goaltender, Jill Luebke was named to the WCHA All-Rookie team, and nine Bemidji State players were named to the All-Academic team.


Bemidji State Falls to Ohio State 4-3 in Overtime

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team traveled to Grand Forks, N.D. in search of it first post-season victory today as the 2003 WCHA Final Five kicked off with the play-in game between the No. 4 seed Ohio State and the No. 5 Beavers.


Ohio State Holds Off Bemidji State with 6-2 Win

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team went into Columbus, Ohio this weekend knowing it needed three points for fourth place--its all-time highest WCHA finish. After last night’s tie, BSU put itself in a must-win situation, but the Buckeyes would hold the Beavers off today in a 6-2 victory.


Luebke Saves Bemidji State in 3-3 Tie with Ohio State

Jill Luebke made a career-high 42 saves to keep the Beaver’s in a game tonight where the BSU was out shot by the Buckeyes 45-16. Amber Fryklund, Lill Raynard, and Caesare Stimson all recorded two points in the game as BSU used two second period goals to lock the game at 3-3 and push the Buckeyes into an overtime tie.


Minnesota-Duluth Completes the Sweep Over BSU with an 11-3 Win

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team traveled to Duluth, Minn. today for the second half of a home-and-home series with the University of Minnesota-Duluth. The Bulldogs came out on top for the second-straight day as they beat the Beavers 11-3 and completed the Western Collegiate Hockey Association series sweep.


No. 2 University of Minnesota-Duluth Tops Bemidji State 10-0

Bemidji State hosted the No. 2 University of Minnesota-Duluth in the final home game of its 2003 season. The Bulldogs out shot the Beavers 51-14 en rout to a 10-0 shut out.


BSU Player Recieves WCHA Honor

For the fifth time this season a Bemidji State University women’s hockey player has been selected by the Western Collegiate Hockey Association as a Player of the Week.


Bemidji State Sweeps the University off Findlay with a 5-1 Win

A quartet of seniors led the Bemidji State University women’s ice hockey team to a 5-1 victory over the University of Findlay today at the John Glas Fieldhouse. Amber Fryklund scored a goal and two assists, Lisa Peters collected three assists, Lill Raynard added two assists, and Bre Dedrickson collected 24 saves in net for the Beavers on Senior’s Day.


Bemidji State Tops Findlay 4-3

With the score knotted 3-3 at the 11:29 mark of the third period, Amber Fryklund collected her third goal of the game to put the Beavers in front to stay as they beat the University of Findlay tonight 4-3 at the John Glas Fieldhouse.


Wisconsin Completes Sweep of Bemidji State with a 5-1 Victory

For the second-consecutive day, the No. 6 University of Wisconsin scored five goals to gain Western Collegiate Hockey Conference victory versus Bemidji State. Today, Sis Paulsen scored two goals and collected an assist to lead the Badgers to 5-3 win and completion of a WCHA series sweep of the Beavers.


No. 6 Wisconsin Holds Off Bemidji State 5-3

Senior Amber Fryklund led a late Bemidji State surge in an attempt to over take the No. 6 Badgers today collecting a goal and two assist in a three-goal third period, but that Badgers answered every comeback attempt downing the Beavers 5-3.


No. 3 Minnesota Victorious Over Bemidji State 7-2

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team was beaten today by the No. 3 team in the nation as the University of Minnesota scored seven goals in the 7-2 win. Natalie Darwitz again powered the Golden Gophers to the win with two goals and two assists. She leaves Bemidji State having scored four goals and adding four assist for eight points on the weekend.


No. 3 Minnesota Drops Bemidji State 7-0

When the No. 3 team in the nation comes to town touting the third most potent scoring offense in the nation, you can expect the scoreboard to light up. BSU was faced with the challenge of trying to stop that offense today as the University of Minnesota (18-3-1/ 11-2-1 WCHA) visited the John Glas for the first of a two-game series. The Beavers held Minnesota to just one goal on nine shots in the first period, but the Gophers used a five-goal second period to gain their 19th victory of the season, 7-0 over the Bemidji State.


BSU Players Recieve WCHA Honors

For the third time in the past three weeks, a Bemidji State University women’s hockey player has been selected by the Western Collegiate Hockey Association as a Player of the Week. This week made the Offensive and Defensive sweep.


Bemidji State Sweeps Series ov St. Cloud State With a 6-1 Victory

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey won game two of the WCHA series versus St. Cloud State today at the John Glas Fieldhouse. BSU’s offense exploded for a season-high six goals and 15 points. Sophomore Katie Ward led the scoring attack with four points, doubling her season output. She got the Beavers on the board early in the second period after the teams skated to a scoreless first period. “We needed someone to step up and that is exactly what Katie did today,” commented BSU head coach Bruce Olson. “She has great hands on her and is a great player.”


Bemidji State Powers past St. Cloud State, 3-1

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey kept their post-season chances alive today as they were victorious over the seventh place St. Cloud State University 3-1 at the John Glas Fieldhouse.


The UND Fighting Sioux Edge BSU 2-1

Tonight at the John Glas Fieldhouse, the Bemidji State University women’s hockey team was defeated by the University of North Dakota, 2-1. BSU battled back to tie the game at 1-1 late in the second, but the Sioux scored early in the third to put the nail in the Beaver’s coffin and beat Bemidji State for the first time in the series history.


BSU Senior Lill Raynard Selected as WCHA Offensive Player of the Week

For the second time during the 2002-03 season, a member of the Bemidji State University women’s hockey team has been selected as a Western Collegiate Hockey Association Player of the Week. The WCHA announced today that BSU senior wing Lill Raynard has been named as the Offensive Player of the Week for her four-point performance against Minnesota State-Mankato Jan. 10th and 11th.


Bemidji State Battles Back Twice in a 3-3 Tie With MSU-Mankato

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team needed two comebacks in a 3-3 tie with Minnesota State-Mankato today at the John Glas Fieldhouse. After more than six games without a power-play goal, the Beavers used one last night and two again today to come from behind in the tie with the Mavericks.


Bemidji State Skates to a 2-2 Tie in Its First Game of 2003

After almost a month off, the BSU hockey team was back in action tonight as it took on the Mavericks of Minnesota State-Mankato. The Beavers got out to an two-goal lead but would see the Mavericks score the last two goals of the game as MSU-Mankato would play the Beavers to a 2-2 tie.


Minnesota-Duluth Extends Its Unbeaten Streak to 12 with a 10-0 Win

For the second-straight night the two-time defending National Champion University of Minnesota-Duluth shut the Bemidji State Beavers out. Hanne Sikio led the Bulldogs with three goals and two assists in the 10-0 win.


No. 2 Minnesota-Duluth Shuts BSU Out 9-0

It was a case of the epic battle of David and Goliath tonight at the John Glas Fieldhouse as the Bemidji State University women’s hockey team played host to the two-time defending national champion University of Minnesota-Duluth.


BSU Shut Out By No. 9 Wisconsin 4-0

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team battled the No. 9 University of Wisconsin Badgers at the John Glas Fieldhouse for the second-straight day. After taking the Badgers to overtime in the previous night, the Beavers looked flat and were not ever able to get any offense generated.


Wisconsin uses Two-goal Third Period to Tie Bemidji State 2-2

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team returned from a two week break to take on the No. 9 University of Wisconsin Badgers tonight at the John Glas Fieldhouse. Not ant envious position to be in but BSU head coach Bruce Olson said it was one the team was ready for.


BSU Completes Sweep Over The University of North Dakota with 4-0 Win

For the second straight game the Bemidji State University women’s hockey team set the tone early getting out to a 3-0 lead over the Fighting Sioux. Today junior goaltender Anik Coté added her first shut out of the season to take the series finale 4-0 and to complete the sweep over the University of North Dakota.


BSU Takes First Game of the Series Over North Dakota 5-3

For the second straight game the Bemidji State University women’s hockey team came out of the gates quickly and for the second straight game the outcome has been good. In the first 10 games of the season the Beavers were out scored 11-3 in the first period of play and went 2-4-2 over that stretch. In the last two games the Beavers have out scored their opponents 3-0 in the first period and have a record of 1-0-1 in those games.


BSU Earns Conference Point in 2-2 Tie with No. 1 Minnesota

It should come as no surprise that Bemidji State (3-5-3, 3-3-2 WCHA) and Minnesota (9-0-1, 7-0-1 WCHA) ended this afternoon’s contest in a 2-2 draw at Ridder Arena. The 4-1 Beaver setback yesterday was a rare occurrence as four of the past six meetings have ended in a tie or a one-goal contest. In fact, the Beavers handed Minnesota its last league tie on Jan. 12, 2002 in Bemidji. Bemidji State led after periods one (1-0) and two (2-1) and held a slim 14-13 shot advantage after the second frame. Overall, BSU head coach Bruce Olson enjoyed his team’s effort out on the ice against one of the nation’s powerhouse programs.


BSU Women’s Hockey Gets Taken Down 4-1 To Minnesota

Tonight at Ridder Arena, Bemidji State (3-5-1, 3-3-1 WCHA) could not come back from a three-goal deficit in losing 4-1 to the Golden Gophers (9-0-0, 7-0-0 WCHA). Minnesota is tied for first in the USA Today/AHM Women’s Hockey Poll (Nov. 5) in Division I.


BSU Goaltender Anik Coté Selected as WCHA Defensive Player of the Week

For the first time in the 2002-03 season, a member of the Bemidji State University women’s hockey team has been selected as a Western Collegiate Hockey Association Player of the Week. The WCHA announced today that BSU junior goaltender has been named as the Defensive Player of the Week for her performance against Ohio State University Nov. 2, 2002.


Bemidji State Dominates Second Period for 4-2 Win Over Ohio State

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team started slow again today giving up an early goal to Ohio State. But the team would use a dominant second period to beat Ohio State 4-2 and take the series. The Beavers gained three of the four points this weekend going 1-0-1 against the Buckeyes.


BSU Rallies in Third Period for 1-1 Tie with The Ohio State University

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team used a third period comeback to end in a tie for the second straight home game. The great play of BSU freshman goaltender Jill Luebke in her first collegiate start, spurred the Beavers into a 1-1 tie in the first game of the weekend series with the Ohio State Buckeyes.


Lauren Steblen Joins BSU Women's Hockey Coaching Staff

Bemidji State University Athletic Director Rick Goeb today announced the addition of Lauren Steblen to the BSU women’s hockey coaching staff.


Minnesota State Rebounds for 2-1 Win to Even Series with BSU

The Bemidji State women’s hockey could not capitalize on the first period momentum as Sarah Zuelke scored her first career goal. The Beavers would not score again in the game finding it hard to get back in the flow they found themselves in during Friday’s game.


Guylaine Haché Records Her First Hat Trick in 6-2 BSU Win

The Bemidji State women’s hockey found the net in crucial situations tonight at the All Seasons Arena. The team went 3-6 in power play opportunities as Guylaine Haché netted a hat trick to give the Beavers a 6-2 win over Minnesota State University-Mankato.


Third Period BSU Rally Spurs 3-3 Tie with North Dakota

The Bemidji Sate University women’s hockey team showed true grit and determination today as they used a three-goal third period to tie with the University of North Dakota, 3-3.


St. Cloud State tops BSU 4-2 to even the Series

The St. Cloud State University Huskies evened the series 1-1 today, beating Bemidji State 4-2 at the National Hockey Center in St. Cloud, Minn. The loss evens SCSU to 1-1 overall and 1-1 in the WCHA. It drops BSU to 1-3 overall and 1-1 in WCHA competition.


Mercyhurst Tops BSU, 2-1

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team lost to Mercyhurst College for the second straight night in Erie, Pa.


BSU Drops First of Two-game Series to Mercyhurst, 1-0 in Season-Opener

The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team dropped the first of the two-game series to Mercyhurst tonight 1-0 in the 2002-03 season-opener and debut for new BSU head coach Bruce Olson.


Bruce Olson named head coach at Bemidji State

Bemidji State University Director of Athletics Dr. Rick Goeb today announced the hiring of Roseau (Minn.) High School head boy’s varsity coach Bruce Olson as the university’s third women’s ice hockey head coach.


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