BSU hockey student-athletes honored for academic success for seventh-straight year
Dorr, Robertson, Cody named captains for 2009-10 season
BSU signs two during spring signing period
Coach Sertich announces 2009-10 schedule
Tomcikova leads Slovakia to promotion at IIHF Women’s Championship
Beavers to lock up with Badgers in first outdoor collegiate women’s game
Tomcikova named to 2nd team, 6 Beavers earn All-Academic honors
Bemidji State will travel to Minneapolis, Minn., this weekend (Feb. 27-Mar. 1) for the first round of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoffs.
BSU received goals from both Annie Bauerfeld (So., RW, Woodbury, Minn.) and Erin Babineau (Fr., LW, St. Paul, Minn.), but three first-period tallies were too much to overcome as the No. 2-ranked University of Wisconsin Badgers defeated the Beavers 5-2 Saturday afternoon at Kohl Center. BSU freshman goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova (Bratislava, Slovakia) did a phenomenal job in 60 minutes of work between the pipes for the road green and white, as she saw 54 shots and broke her career high for single-game saves with 49.
The Western Collegiate Hockey Association announced today the fourth annual group of WCHA Scholar-Athlete recipients. Bemidji State’s Annie Bauerfeld (So., RW, Woodbury, Minn.), Erin Cody (So., RW, Roseville, Minn.), Brooke Collins (Sr., D, Pilot Mound, Manitoba) and Monica Rawlings (Sr., C, Maplewood, Minn.) were among the 69 WCHA student-athletes bestowed the award for the 2008-09 season.
Seniors Monica Rawlings (C, Maplewood, Minn.) and Brooke Collins (D, Pilot Mound, Manitoba) played their final game at John Glas Fieldhouse, but Bemidji State lost its home finale 4-1 to St. Cloud State University Saturday afternoon.
Annie Bauerfeld (So., RW, Woodbury, Minn.) and Nicole Rawlings (Jr., LW, Maplewood, Minn.) each scored third period goals to bring BSU back to a 3-3 tie with St. Cloud State University Friday night at John Glas Fieldhouse. Kaylee Keys (Fr., C, St. Paul, Minn.) ended a six-round shootout with the go-ahead goal, and the Beavers took two points off the Huskies, giving them 11 this season.