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Against all odds, the Vermont women's hockey team made it to Minnesota this afternoon. Their sticks, however, did not. As a result, their game against Bemidji State, originally scheduled for Friday night at the Sanford Center, has been moved to 2 p.m. Sunday. "Sometimes you have things that come up, you have to adapt," BSU head coach Jim Scanlan said.
BEMIDJI — Jordan Noskowiak's season, much like that of the Bemidji State offense, is one of transition. A year after leading the Beavers in receiving yardage as a tight end, the junior from Sun Prairie, Wis., is adjusting to a slightly new position in a young BSU offensive unit. "I lined up at wide receiver last a lot last year so it's not terribly different," Noskowiak said. "There's a lot of young tight ends in the program so moving out to receiver permanently, it helped me.
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BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji State football team accomplished one ofits goals Saturday night against Minnesota State. After failing to score in the first quarter in each of their previous three...
MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Alexis Joyce’s first collegiate goal in the third period powered the Bemidji State women’s hockey team to a 3-1 win over beat Robert Morris Saturday afternoon...
BEMIDJI -- Scott Christensen readily admits the Bemidji State defense hasn't done a great job this season. The Beavers have been inconsistent at best, and given up some big plays at inopportune times. "We haven't been playing Beaver football," the senior safety said. "It's frustrating for all of us -- not just the defense or offense, but we've both been struggling." The Beavers have started slow and struggled late in their three games this season -- which is to say, they've been completely shut down in the first and fourth quarters.
Five different players score in Bemidji State’s 5-2 victory
BEMIDJI -- Mary Elmquist carded an 83 (+11) to place second individually and helped the Bemidji State women's golf defend its team title at the BSU Invitational Friday at Bemidji Town and Country Club. The Beavers scored 346 (+58) to finish first out of three teams.