Bemidji State University Soccer student-athletes Anna Fobbe, Dani Nelson and Tia Neuharth have been selected for 2018 NCAA Division II Scholar All-America Team by the United Soccer Coaches organization.
Six Bemidji State soccer players have been selected to the 2018 United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division II Scholar All-North/Central Team for their efforts on the field and in the classroom. Junior Tia Neuharth joined seniors Anna Fobbe and Dani Nelson with first-team selections, while Sydney Bethke, Emily Kos and Melanie Peltier were each named second team.
Bemidji State University soccer senior Anna Fobbe has been selected to headline the NCAA Division II Google Cloud Academic All-America First Team by being named as the 2018 Division II Google Cloud Academic All-American of the Year by the College Sports Information Directors of America for her efforts on the field and in the classroom.
Bemidji State University landed 31 student-athletes on the 2018 Fall Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference All-Academic Team, with 16 earning the NSIC's new All-Academic Team of Excellence distinction.
Bemidji State senior Rachael Norton has been recognized as a 2018 soccer All-American by both the United Soccer Coaches and the Division II Conference Commissioners Association after leading the BSU soccer team to a program-best 18-1-2 overall record, its first Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference regular-season title and its first NCAA Tournament victory.
Five Bemidji State soccer players have been recognized by the United Soccer Coaches’ organization for outstanding play in 2018. Senior Rachael Norton and junior Tia Neuharth were selected to the all-central region first team, while seniors Anna Fobbe and Dani Nelson earned a spot on the all-region second team and sophomore Allyson Smith was placed on the third team for the second straight year.
Bemidji State University Soccer seniors Anna Fobbe, Dani Nelson and Rachael Norton and junior Tia Neuharth have been selected to the 2018 Division II Conference Commissioners Association Women’s Soccer All-Central Region Team.
Just three days removed from the conclusion of the 2018 soccer season and the NCAA Tournament, Bemidji State University Head Coach Jim Stone is already looking ahead. Today he announced the commitments of 10 recruits for the 2019 season.
Defending national champion University of Central Missouri got a goal early in each half and kept the Bemidji State University attack at bay, earning a 2-0 victory to advance to the NCAA Central Regional championship.
Allyson Smith scored a pair of goals and Rachael Norton provided the game-winning goal as the No. 10 Bemidji State University Soccer Team earned its first NCAA Tournament victory, 3-1, over Minot State University.