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Bemidji State athletic director Rick Goeb talks about BSU's admission into the WCHA during a June 29 public rally/press conference at Bemidji State University. Last week, Goeb said increased revenue opportunies associated with the WCHA and Bemidji Regional Event Center will help competitively fund Bemidji State's 13 Division II programs. Pioneer File Photo/Eric Stromgren

Bemidji State's transition to WCHA, Event Center will boost entire athletic program

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(Editor's note: This report is the first of a two-part series on how Bemidji State's move to the WCHA will impact BSU's Division II programs.

In Saturday's paper, Bemidji State coaches react. Also, a look at the long-term future of BSU athletics.)

Less than two weeks removed from one of the major announcements in Bemidji State University history, athletic director Rick Goeb talks with enthusiasm about the future of Beaver athletics.

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