February 07, 20141st2nd3rdFinal
Bemidji State0000
Minnesota26210
Scoring Summary
109:26MINNKate Schipper (Sarah Davis , Rachael Bona)
111:26MINNKelly Terry (Dani Cameranesi , Megan Wolfe)
205:00MINNHannah Brandt (Rachel Ramsey )
205:39MINNMaryanne Menefee (Kate Flug , Rachel Ramsey)
208:04MINNSarah Davis (Kate Schipper )
208:33MINNRachael Bona (Kate Schipper , Rachel Ramsey)
209:12MINNHannah Brandt (Maryanne Menefee , Rachel Ramsey)
213:42MINNSarah Davis (Rachael Bona , Kate Schipper)
304:28MINNRachael Bona (Sarah Davis , Milica McMillen)
309:38MINNBethany Brausen (Kelly Terry , Milica McMillen)
Goaltender SummaryMinGAENSv
BSUMowat, Brittni28:045019
BSUHavel, Jessica31:565011
MINNAmanda Leveille60:000021
Statistical ComparisonBSUMINN
Shots on Goal2140
Power Plays0-10-1
Penalties-Minutes1-21-2
Bemidji State falls 10-0 to No. 1 Minnesota
Friday, February 7, 2014
Bemidji State falls 10-0 to No. 1 Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (Ridder Arena) – The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team had a rough go of it Friday evening against the No. 1-ranked University of Minnesota, falling 10-0 at Ridder Arena. The Beavers (9-17-3, 6-15-2-1 WCHA) allowed two first-period goals, six in the second and two more in the third as and struggled to find any positive momentum.  The Gophers (27-1-1, 21-1-1-0 WCHA) outshot BSU 40-21 in the contest.

Kate Schipper and Kelly Terry both notched goals in the first period with assists going to Sarah Davis, Rachael Bona, Dani Cameranesi and Megan Wolfe.

Hannah Brandt and Davis would score two goals a piece in the second period, along with goals by Maryanne Menefee and Bona. Rachael Ramsey, Schipper, Menefee all chipped on assists on Minnesota’s six goals in the period.

Bona and Bethany Brausen would add a couple more goals for the Gophers in the third to round out the scoring with assists going to Davis, Milica McMillen and Terry.

BSU goaltender Brittni Mowat (Fr., Glenboro, Manitoba) fell to 9-14-3 after allowing five goals and saving 19 in 28:04 of work. She was relieved by Jessica Havel (R-Sr., Grand Rapids, Minn.), who saw her first action since Dec. 8 at No. 2 Wisconsin. Havel allowed five goals and recorded 11 saves.

Amanda Leveille picked up the win after making 21 saves. It was Leveille’s tenth shutout of the season.

Tess Dusik (F, Sr., Oak Bluff, Manitoba) led the Beavers with three shots on goal and Ivana Bilic (D, So., Coquitlam, British Columbia) had six of BSU’s 24 blocks. Minnesota blocked just 13 shots.

Bemidji State will be looking to get back on track in tomorrow’s series finale. Game time is scheduled for 4:07 p.m. from Ridder Arena.

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Nestled in Northern Minnesota’s wooded region and located on the shore of Lake Bemidji, Bemidji State University sponsors 15 varsity athletic programs with NCAA Division I men’s and women’s hockey membership in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, while its 13 NCAA Division II programs hold membership in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC).

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