#9 Emily Bergland
|HOMETOWN||Thief River Falls, Minn.|
|LAST SCHOOL||Thief River Falls HS|
• WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Jan. 9, 2018)
• WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Feb. 21, 2017)
• WCHA Scholar-Athlete
• All-WCHA Academic Team
Played in all 35 games for the Beavers… Led the team with in goals (16) and points (25)… Tallied five power-play goals, one short-handed goal, and two game-winning goals… 10th in the WCHA with 16 goals and T-17th in points… Tied for eighth in the WCHA with 10 power-play points and tied for second with five power-play goals… Posted the second longest goal scoring streak in program history at five games from Jan. 20-Feb. 4… Her 16 goals were the most in program history since 2010-11… Second on the team with 103 shots on goal… Set a career-high with four points in a win over Ohio State (Oct. 15)… Twice posted a career-high seven shots on goal (Nov. 18, Feb. 18).
Played in 35 games as a freshman... Led the freshman class in scoring with three goals and an assist... Scored her first collegiate goal in a win over St. Cloud State (Oct. 31)... Registered her first career assist at Minnesota (Nov. 14)... Posted a season-high six shots on goal vs. Lindenwood (Jan. 7).
Prior to BSU
Received 10 letters as a 2015 graduate of Lincoln High School in Thief River Falls, Minn... Bergland was an all-section, all-conference, and all-state athlete... Led the Thief River Falls Prowlers to a 26-1-3 record and a 2015 Class A State Title in their first appearance in the state tournament... Recorded 55 points (28g-27a) in 25 games played to lead the Greater Minnesota conference in scoring...Was also an honor roll student and a member of national honor society.
Daughter of Tim and Claudia Bergland was born on March 14, 1997 in Chicago, Illinois... Undecided in a major at BSU... Was a high school teammate of Sylvia Marolt... Father, Tim, played hockey at the University of Minnesota and played 12 years of professional hockey.
Goals: 2, 3x, Last vs Mercyhurst (Jan. 2, 2018); Assists: 2 vs Ohio State (Oct. 15, 2016); Points: 4 vs Ohio State (Oct. 15, 2016); SOG: 7, 2x, Last vs Minnesota State (2/18/17); PIM: 15 at St. Cloud State (Nov. 22, 2017).