Bemidji State Soccer Head Coach Jim Stone has announced the Beavers’ 2020 schedule, which features 10 regular-season home games, 15 NSIC matchups and five contests versus 2019 NCAA Tournament teams, including a regular-season opener at defending national champion Grand Valley State.
Jim Stone, Head Coach of the Bemidji State soccer program, has announced a pair of commitments to play for the Beavers in 2020. Makenzy Dupree, a midfielder hailing from Naples, Fla., and forward Mason Schilling, of Venice, Fla., bring the Beavers’ 2020 incoming class to nine.
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Commissioner Erin Lind has announced that six Bemidji State University student-athletes have been selected as recipients of the 11th annual NSIC Myles Brand All-Academic with Distinction Award.
Bemidji State University senior defender Tia Neuharth has earned a spot on the United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division II Scholar All-America Third Team for her efforts on the field and in the classroom.
Bemidji State’s Tia Neuharth and Melanie Peltier have been selected to the 2019 United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division II Scholar All-North/Central Team for their efforts on the pitch and in the classroom. Neuharth earned a spot on the first-team, while Melanie Peltier was named to the second team.
Two Bemidji State University soccer players have been recognized by the United Soccer Coaches’ organization for outstanding play in 2019. Tia Neuharth was selected to the United Soccer Coaches All-Central Region First Team, while Melanie Peltier was placed on the third team.
Bemidji State University landed 31 student-athletes on the 2019 Fall Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference All-Academic Team, with 16 earning the NSIC's new All-Academic Team of Excellence distinction.
Jim Stone, head coach of the Bemidji State University soccer program, has announced another commitment to play for the Beavers in 2020. Madisanne Dahl, a defender hailing from Waddell, Ariz., became the seventh incoming student-athlete to be added to the Beavers’ soccer roster for the upcoming season.
The Bemidji State soccer team had five student-athletes selected for NSIC recognition. Seniors Tia Neuharth and Melanie Peltier earned a spot on the first team, while senior Emily Kos and sophomore Sara Wendt were named to the second team and sophomore Megan Dahl got a third team nod.
The 2019 postseason may just getting underway, but today Bemidji State Head Coach Jim Stone is allowing fans and followers to peer into the future. He announced the commitments of six recruits for the 2020 season and beyond. Anna Breffle (Andover, Minn.), Marie Brookins (Blaine, Minn.), Asia Buryska (Owatonna, Minn.), Lauren Hodney (Moorhead, Minn.), Amanda Lavigne (Phoenix, Ariz.) and Calyn Schanzenback (Prior Lake, Minn.) each signed National Letters of Intent to play soccer for the Beavers beginning next season.