BEMIDJI – The Bemidji boys hockey team was shut out for the third time this season in its 3-0 loss to Warroad Tuesday night at the Sanford Center. “We have got to play better hockey, that is the bottom line,” Bemidji head coach Wade Chiodo said. “We are not supporting the puck or doing the little things right, and that makes it tough to generate offense.” Warroad controlled the pace early on and it did not let up.
BEMIDJI – The Bemidji boys hockey team scored first and never trailed in its 3-2 win over St. Cloud Tech Saturday at the Bemidji Community Arena. The win snaps a two-game losing streak that included a tough 5-4 loss to Moorhead Thursday. “It is always important to win games, no matter when it is in the season,” Bemidji head coach Wade Chiodo said. “It is doubly important when it is a section game. We only play them once and we found a way to win.
BEMIDJI – Top-ranked Minnesota showed it is deserving of its ranking in a 5-1 win over the Bemidji State women’s hockey team Friday at the Sanford Center. After not scoring for over 30 minutes, the defending national champions exploded for five goals in the final period and a half. The Beavers began the game by out-shooting the Gophers 7-2, but had nothing to show for it. “We wanted to come out and out-work them,” senior forward Emily Erickson said.
BEMIDJI – The Bemidji boys hockey team failed to capitalize on two early five-minute penalties Tuesday night, which led to their 5-0 loss to East Grand Forks at Bemidji Community Arena. Bemidji (1-2-0) saw multiple scoring opportunities in its first five-minute power play, but Green Wave goaltender Jake Lindstrom kept them out of the net and the game scoreless. Lindstrom finished with 23 saves on the night. East Grand Forks quickly gained its momentum by scoring on a power play of its own to grab a 1-0 lead.
BEMIDJI – The Bemidji State men’s basketball team defeated Minnesota-Crookston 90-58 Saturday at the BSU gym in its first regular season conference contest since winning the NSIC last season. The win was also the first conference win, and home win, for new head coach Mike Boschee. “It is always nice, no matter which game it is, to play well and I felt like we played well on both sides of the floor tonight,” Boschee said.