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BEMIDJI -- Heading into a home game on May 10 against the Tri-Cities Fever, the Bemidji Axemen were fresh off two single-possession victories and were above the .500 mark with a record of 5-4. Then, things started to go downhill. The Axemen suffered a heart-breaking 51-50 loss to the Fever to start a downward spiral that lasted for the remainder of the inaugural season. Bemidji went on to lose its next four games, including another by a single possession, and a loss to each of the two bottom teams in the United Conference -- the Texas Revolution and the Green Bay Blizzard. "I came into th
BEMIDJI — Defense led the way for the Bemidji Axemen in a 33-14 win over the Wyoming Cavalry last Friday in Wyoming. The defense held the Cavalry offense to just...
GRAND FORKS, N.D.
BEMIDJI — After getting shut out in a 2-0 loss, BSU’s offense exploded for 30 runs in the next three games to earn three consecutive close victories over University of Mary. The Beavers followed up the 2-0 loss Sunday with an 8-7 win to salvage a split on the day’s double dip. BSU used big innings in both games Monday to pick up 10-9 and 12-10 wins over the Marauders. After being held without a run in the first game Sunday, the offense pounded out 16 hits, including a go-ahead three-run home run from Dylan Webb in the 8-7 win. Webb played a key role in the Beavers offensive efforts Monday
BEMIDJI — The BSU tennis team picked up a pair of home victories Saturday as it defeated University of Minnesota-Morris, 6-3, and Minnesota Crookston 7-2. The Beavers swept the three doubles competitions against the Cougars, including an 8-0 win for Caley Westin and Anna Markgraf. BSU dropped the first two singles contests before Justine Scheller, Mikela Kowatsch and Markgraf combined to win three of the last four singles contests to help earn the 6-3 win. Minnesota-Crookston took the first doubles competition 8-6, but teams of Westin and Markgraf and Scheller and Nicci Hedtke each won 8-1.
BEMIDJI — Falling behind early is never a good recipe in the Indoor Football League (IFL,) especially on the road. The Bemidji Axemen trailed 10-0 before their offense even stepped...
KANSAS CITY, MO.
BURNSVILLE — Senior catcher Zach Braun hit .538 with three homeruns and nine RBI in BSU’s first four games of the season to help propel the team to a 3-1 start. The Beavers are beginning their season in Tucson, Ariz. They split a pair of games Saturday against Malone, before sweeping Mount Marty with 3-1 and 5-4 wins Sunday. Braun picked up at least one hit in each of the four contests, while blasting all three homeruns Saturday against Malone. Braun is not the only one enjoying the season thus far, as Joey Hanowski and Cole Bjorge are each hitting .467 through the first four games. On th
BEMIDJI — For BSU men's basketball coach Mike Boschee, it is all about perspective when evaluating the 2013-14 season that came to an abrupt end with a loss last Wednesday against Wayne State. Considering the team entered the campaign with just one returning starter from last season and was tabbed 12th in the preseason conference coaches poll, an 18-9 record with a share of the NSIC north division should be considered a success. “When you look at the big picture, it is extremely satisfying,” Boschee said.
BEMIDJI — For the first time since the 2010-11 season, the BSU women's basketball team did not improve on its previous season’s win total as it finished the 2013-14 season with a 9-18 record. “It is hard to take, especially because we had so many games come down to just a few possessions,” BSU head coach Mike Curfman said.