The Bemidji State men’s and women’s ice hockey teams have again met the Academic Progress Rate (APR) standards set forth by the NCAA. These scores provide performance benchmarks for all NCAA Division I programs under the Association’s standards for academic progress and performance beginning with data from the 2015-16 and extending through the 2018-19 academic year.
Bemidji State University women’s ice hockey head coach Jim Scanlan announced the addition of Khloe Lund (Defense, Thief River Falls, Minn./Thief River Falls HS) to the women’s ice hockey program for the 2020-21 season.
Bemidji State soccer captain Tia Neuharth and Michael Junker, of the BSU football team, were named 2019-20 Female and Male Athletes of the Year to culminate an afternoon of individual and team recognition by BSU Athletics for academic and athletic excellence. In addition, Zöe Christensen, also of the outdoor track and field team, and men’s hockey standout Elias Rosén were selected BSU’s 2019-20 Female and Male Newcomers of the Year, while Jared Henning was selected as the recipient of the inaugural Bemidji State University Community Impact Award.
Former Bemidji State University women’s hockey forward Haley Mack was selected in the fourth round of the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL) by the Minnesota Whitecaps Wednesday night.
Amber Fryklund, who has been part of the Bemidji State University Women’s Hockey program for 12 years as a student-athlete or coach, has announced she will be leaving her current post as Associate Head Coach effective June 30 and is leaving the coaching ranks.
Bemidji State University women’s hockey head coach Jim Scanlan and redshirt junior Lauren Bench spoke at the last women’s hockey media day to recap the Beavers’ Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoff series at No. 9 University of Minnesota Duluth and their 2019-20 season.
Bemidji State University women’s hockey freshman Reece Hunt was selected as the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Rookie of the Month for February after leading all league rookies in scoring.
For the first time in her career, Bemidji State University women’s hockey freshman Reece Hunt has been selected as the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Rookie of the Week for her efforts during the WCHA Quarterfinals.
No. 9 University of Minnesota Duluth used a three-goal second period to advance to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Final Faceoff Sunday afternoon as the Bemidji State University women’s hockey team fell 4-1 in game three of the WCHA Quarterfinals.
Bemidji State University women's hockey freshman Reece Hunt scored 8:43 into the fourth overtime of Saturday's game two of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Quarterfinals to keep the Beavers' season alive and force game three Sunday afternoon.