The Bemidji State University cross country team has been selected to the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Division II All-Academic Team list in an announcement from the organization’s national office.
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Commissioner Erin Lind has announced Bemidji State volleyball player Rachel Craig and cross country and track and field standout Emily Turner have been selected as recipients of the sixth annual NSIC Myles Brand All-Academic with Distinction Award.
Bemidji State University landed 24 student-athletes on the 2014 Fall Academic All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Team, announced by the league office Tuesday, December 16.
Junior Emily Turner led the Bemidji State University cross country team to 23rd place at the 2014 NCAA Division II Central Region Championship Saturday in Wayne, Neb.
The Bemidji State University cross country team will compete in the NCAA Division II Central Regional Saturday at Wayne Country Club in Wayne, Neb.
Emily Turner led the Bemidji State cross country team to 12th place at the 2014 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Championship Saturday in Wayne, Neb. The junior turned in a time of 23:42.0 to finish 45th individually.
The Bemidji State University cross country team will be traveling to Wayne, Neb. to compete in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Championships Saturday. The race will begin at 12:15 p.m. at Wayne Country Club. Championships are being hosted by Wayne State College.
Emily Tuner led the the Bemidji State cross country team to a fifth place finish at the Mike Thorson Invitational Friday in Bismarck, N.D. The junior placed 15th individually, completing the 5,000-meter course in 23:42.65.
The Bemidji State University cross country team will be traveling to Bismarck, N.D. to compete in the Mike Thorson Invite. The race will begin at 12 p.m. at the Riverwood Golf Course.
Juniors Emily Turner (Windom, Minn.) and Nicole Crummy (Argyle, Minn.) paced the Bemidji State University cross country Team Saturday at the Jimmie Invitational. The duo finished just four seconds apart in 22nd and 23rd place, respectively, as the Beavers places sixth in the meet.
The Bemidji State cross country team will travel to Jamestown, N.D. to compete in the Jimmie Invitational Oct. 10. The 5,000-meter race at Hillcrest Golf Course is set for a 4 p.m. starting gun.
The Bemidji State University cross country team placed 31st at the 2014 Roy Griak Invitational Saturday. Led by junior Emily Turner (Windom, Minn.), BSU posted a score of 853.
The Bemidji State University cross country team will travel to Falcon Heights, Minn. Sept. 27 to compete in the Roy Griak Invitational. The event, hosted by the University of Minnesota at the Les Bolstad Golf Course, features 11 divisions from high school through every level of college with nearly 5,000 participants expected to compete.
Bemidji State University junior Mikayla Connell (Bemidji, Minn.) was one of seven Bemidji State University runners to post improved times Friday at the Randy Smith Invitational. The Beavers placed sixth.
The Bemidji State University cross country team will travel to Moorhead, Minn. September 13th to compete in the Randy Smith Invitational to begin the 2014 season. Bemidji State is lead by Head Coach Craig Hougen as he enters his 23rd year of coaching BSU cross country. BSU returns ten runners, headlined by NSIC Athlete to Watch Emily Turner (Windom, Minn.).
Bemidji State University junior Emily Turner (Bringham Lake, Minn.) was selected as a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Cross Country Athlete to Watch in 2014 as a part of the league’s annual preseason coaches’ poll. The Beavers were picked to finish 15th.
More than 400 attendees and 100 Bemidji State University student-athletes gathered at the Sanford Center Saturday night for the inaugural Green & White Dinner and Auction to Benefit BSU Athletics. Net proceeds from tickets, bids on auction items, as well as other activities, totaled more than $104,000 and included individual donations totaling $21,800 to “Build a Scholarship.”