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BEMIDJI—Bemidji State's Emeline Sevila and Ciara Brewster's first place finishes highlighted several strong performances for the Beavers as they hosted the Super 8 Open at the Gillett Recreation-Fitness Center on Saturday afternoon. Sevila, a junior transfer from Nimes, France, finished first in the long jump, leaping 17-01 1/2 inches for the win. Sevila also finished in second place in the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 9.72 seconds—a personal best.
BEMIDJI — After a 10-day, two-weekend road trip to Alaska, the Bemidji State men's hockey team might have been excused for allowing itself at least a period to shake off some rust. The Beavers had taken seven of eight conference points, and with a nonconference series against Division I newcomers Arizona State on the docket, it was unclear how BSU would respond. It didn't take long for them to find out that they meant business.
BEMIDJI — It gets cold in Northern Minnesota. Of course, Greg Powers and the rest of the Arizona State hockey team know that — who doesn’t? — but people around...
BEMIDJI — The nonconference season is over for the Bemidji State women’s hockey team. The Beavers finished 5-0-1 in against out-of-conference opponents, capped by last week’s sweep of Lindenwood on...
BEMIDJI — The scoreline might not have indicated it, but the Bemidji High School wrestling team wasn’t so far behind Frazee on Tuesday night at BHS. Although the Hornets, the...
BEMIDJI—A strong second quarter vaulted the Bemidji State women's basketball team to a 79-74 win over St. Cloud State on Sunday afternoon at the Sanford Center. It was the first win of 2016 for BSU and snaps a four-game losing streak. The Beavers (6-8, 2-8 NSIC) outscored the Huskies (8-6, 7-3 NSIC) in the second period, outscoring them 23-11 en route to a 39-30 halftime lead.
BEMIDJI—Junior William Harvey's slam dunk with 13 seconds remaining helped seal the Bemidji State men's basketball team's 70-69 victory over St. Cloud State Sunday afternoon at the Sanford Center. The Beavers (7-6, 4-5 NSIC) led 34-31 at halftime, but the Huskies (6-9, 3-6 NSIC) didn't go away, as the teams traded baskets and tied the game seven different times in the first 12 minutes. St. Cloud eventually pulled out to a six-point lead, 61-55, with five minutes left.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska—Jordan Heller scored twice and Michael Bitzer made 28 saves as the Bemidji State men's hockey team scored five third-period goals to beat Alaska Anchorage 5-1 late Saturday night at Sullivan Arena. With the win the Beavers (7-9-4 overall, 6-8-3 WCHA) earned the sweep of the Seawolves (8-9-3, 5-7-2 WCHA) and leave their 10-day Alaska trip with seven out of eight possible conference points. BSU is now in fourth place in the league standings with 17 points—the fourth and final home ice slot.
BEMIDJI — A hot-shooting start, perhaps buoyed by the excitement of playing their first game of the season at the Sanford Center, propelled the Bemidji State men’s basketball team early...
ANCHORAGE, Alaska—Sophomore center Kyle Bauman scored twice and Cory Ward added a goal and an assist as the Bemidji State men's hockey team stayed unbeaten on their Alaska trip with a 6-3 WCHA victory over Alaska Anchorage. The Beavers, who are unbeaten in 12 straight games against the Seawolves, continued that mastery on Saturday, as they outshot the Seawolves 29-20 and dominated on special teams play—BSU scored twice on the power play and once shorthanded.