Bemidji State University women’s hockey senior captain Mak Langei was named the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Student-Athlete of the Year announced by the league Thursday morning.
St. Cloud State University scored the final four goals of the game Saturday, handing Bemidji State University a 4-1 loss in the 2020-21 season finale.
Jenniina Nylund found the back of the net with 52.8 seconds left in three-on-three play to propel St. Cloud State University past Bemidji State University, 3-2, in the opening game of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association series.
The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team totaled 15 student-athletes as Western Collegiate Hockey Association Scholar-Athletes announced by the league Thursday afternoon.
The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team honors its nine seniors in part of senior weekend for the Beavers’ final series of the 2020-21 season.
The University of Minnesota got two goals and an assist from Abby Murphy, while Grace Zumwinkle posted a game-high four point son a goal and three assists to lead the No. 4 Golden Gophers to a 9-1 victory over Bemidji State University Saturday and earn a Western Collegiate Hockey Association series sweep.
University of Minnesota forward Grace Zumwinkle netted a hat trick to power the No. 4 Gophers past the Bemidji State University women's hockey team 6-1 in game one of their Western Collegiate Hockey Association series.
For four years Bemidji State University women’s hockey fans have had the pleasure of watching senior defenseman Tina Kampa skate onto the ice and compete for the Beavers in their bid for the program’s first Western Collegiate Hockey Association conference championship, but not everyone knows the story of how Kampa became regarded as one of the toughest and most fearless defenders that head coach Jim Scanlan has coached.
After returning from Madison, Wis., this past weekend, the Bemidji State University women’s hockey team prepares for another nationally ranked opponent in No. 4 University of Minnesota this weekend.
The Bemidji State University women’s hockey team’s penalty kill successfully killed off all seven of No. 1 University of Wisconsin’s power plays Saturday afternoon but the Badgers scored seven even-strength goals to earn the Western Collegiate Hockey Association series sweep.