Frye records second straight 100-yard game despite loss to No. 13 UMD

September 28, 20191st2nd3rd4thFinal
Minnesota Duluth07211442
Bemidji State70007
1st Quarter
BSUTD10:01Frye 4 Yd Run (Hoffer kick)
2nd Quarter
UMDTD03:10Hudson 34 Yd Pass From Larson (Branger kick)
3rd Quarter
UMDTD09:19Versey (Hausman kick)
UMDTD02:52Carmickle 79 Yd Pass From Larson (Branger kick)
UMDTD00:00Atkins (Branger kick)
4th Quarter
UMDTD12:42Ojile 39 Yd Run (Branger kick)
UMDTD10:05Martin 77 Yd Run (Branger kick)
Stats at a GlanceUMDBSU
1st Downs1418
3rd Down Conversions1-125-15
4th Down Conversions1-50-0
Passing (Comp-Att)198 (12-25) 103 (10-28)
Rushing (Att)190 (36) 207 (48)
Total Yards388310
Fumbles Lost03
Frye records second straight 100-yard game despite loss to No. 13 UMD
Saturday, September 28, 2019
Frye records second straight 100-yard game despite loss to No. 13 UMD

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Chet Anderson Stadium) -- Sophomore running back Jalen Frye recorded his second straight 100-yard rushing game for the Bemidji State University football program Saturday afternoon despite a 42-7 loss to No. 13 University of Minnesota Duluth. Frye carried the call 28 times for 117 yards with BSU's lone touchdown but five turnovers led to the team's first loss of the season.

Frye rushed for 34 yards on the opening drive, including a four-yard touchdown to put BSU ahead, 7-0. The “Gang Green” defense continued to shutout its opponents in the first quarter for the season, but BSU’s first turnover led to a 34-yard touchdown pass by UMD to tie the game before halftime.

The Bulldogs scored touchdowns on three of their first five offensive possessions to start the second half and added touchdowns on a blocked punt return and an interception return.

Frye averaged 4.2 yards per carry for the Beavers followed by freshman Makaio Harn with 44 rushing yards on 11 carries. Sophomore quarterback Emmett Enright stepped under center and finished with 68 passing yards, 35 yards going to senior wide receiver Jake Anderson on two catches and 32 yards going to junior wide receiver Malik Williams on four catches.

Sophomore defensive back Gunnar Feldhege led the “Gang Green” defense with seven tackles while senior linebacker Andre Chisley Jr., totaled six tackles with 2.0 tackles for a loss and senior defensive back Michael Junker finished with six tackles and 1.5 tackles for a loss.

Bemidji State remains at home for its next game Saturday, Oct. 5 against Augustana University. The Beavers will host the Vikings as the finale to Homecoming week on the campus of BSU.

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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).