Bemidji State and Wayne State Skate to tie in season opener
Saturday, October 1, 2005
Oct. 1, 2005
Bemidji, Minn. - Bemidji State University was represented well in the WCHA all-Star game against the Women’s National Team. Tara Hiscock (Bemidji, Minn) scored the first goal of the game for the WCHA All-Star team. Hiscock’s goal was the first of two goals for the WCHA All-Stars. The two goals would not be enough as the Women’s National Team went on to beat the All-Star team 5-2 in the second game of the two game series. “It was great playing against the best and with the best”, said sophomore forward Tara Hiscock.

Emily Brookshaw (Webster, Wis) had a good weekend in the net for the WCHA All-Stars facing 44 shots on the weekend. Of those 44 shots Brookshaw saved 40 of those while letting only four goals on the weekend. In last nights game Brookshaw recorded 19 saves on 21 shots and in tonights game she had 21 saves facing 23 shots on goal. “It was an awesome experience and a big honor to be recognized by the WCHA” said sophomore goaltender Emily Brookshaw.

Brookshaw and Hiscock will return home for practice on Monday and will prepare for their season and home opener on Oct. 7-8 against Wayne State (Mich.). The game on Oct. 7 will start at 7:07 p.m. and the game on Oct. 8 will start at 1:07 p.m.
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