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BEMIDJI — With Lyndsey Peterson and Jessica Yost in the lineup, no entry in the Bemidji State softball record book is safe. Peterson, a junior centerfielder, and Yost, a sophomore pitcher, have combined to give the Beavers a one-two punch on the plate (and, in Yost’s case, in the pitchers circle) that is unparalleled in BSU history. Peterson has both the single season and career records for home runs (nine and 16) and doubles (13 and 32) while Yost has already set the single-season strikeout record (156) and already ranks in the top 10 on the all-time wins list (10th, 14) and strikeouts (216
DULUTH —The Bemidji State baseball team’s losing streak hit 10 Saturday afternoon, as the Beavers were swept by Minnesota Duluth in a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference doubleheader. The Bulldogs (23-11, 17-7 NSIC) won game one 9-5 and took game two 14-4. In the first game the Beavers (10-29, 7-17 NSIC) took the early 2-0 lead on Dylan Webb’s two-run double in the second inning, but the Bulldogs scored eight unanswered runs — one in the third then seven in the fourth — to go up 8-2. BSU cut into the lead in the top of the sixth on Collin Eckman’s three-run home run, but UMD added some
SIOUX FALLS — The Bemidji State softball team kept close but ultimately dropped both games of a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference doubleheader by one run Friday afternoon. The Beavers lost to Sioux Falls 3-2 in game one and 8-7 in an eight-inning game two Friday at Sherman Park in Sioux Falls. In game one, Sioux Falls (24-18, 10-12 NSIC) took a 3-0 lead on an Alyson Netty three-run homer off BSU pitcher Jessica Yost. But Yost kept the Beavers in it, giving up just five hits; the lone homer accounted for the Cougars’ lone runs. BSU 16-21 (7-14 NSIC) attempted to rally in the top of th
MANKATO — Bemidji State assistant women’s hockey coach Amber Fryklund is among three finalists for the soon-to-be-vacant head coaching position at Minnesota State, the school announced in a press release Thursday. Fryklund is one of three finalists for the job, which includes current Minnesota Duluth assistant coach Laura Schuler and former St.
BEMIDJI — Pitching is everything. The Bemidji State baseball team has been learning that lesson the hard way in the past week. After giving up 61 runs in four losses to nationally-ranked Minnesota State Mankato last Saturday and Sunday, the Beavers found out that Wednesday even the teams at the bottom of the standings will take advantage of pitching miscues when you allow them to. Minot State swept Bemidji State in their Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Doubleheader, beating BSU 16-9 and 15-13 in both games and extending BSU’s losing streak to six straight. “We’ve got to man up on t
BEMIDJI — Third baseman Erin Deters hit a game-winning single with two outs in the seventh, giving the Bemidji State softball team a 3-2 victory over St. Cloud State Tuesday afternoon at the BSU softball diamond. Deters’ single, in the second game of a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference doubleheader, helped the Beavers salvage a split with the Huskies after SCSU won 4-0 in game one. BSU 16-20 (7-13 NSIC) trailed the Huskies 23-21 (9-11 NSIC) early in game two. St.
BEMIDJI — The young Bemidji High School softball team is still learning. On Tuesday afternoon, the Lumberjacks had a lesson on how to keep a lead. The Lumberjacks lost game...
BEMIDJI — After a record-setting, 56-hit, 61-run game Saturday night — the second game of an NSIC doubleheader — the Bemidji State and Minnesota State Mankato baseball teams kept at it Sunday. Only this time, the Beavers didn’t have quite the offensive pop they did Saturday, when they scored 29 runs in the two games. The Mavericks, on the other hand, did. They swept Sunday’s doubleheader, beating BSU 14-4 and 23-1. In game one, the No.
It didn’t take long for Stephanie Anderson to get the hang of hating Canada on the ice. The Bemidji State junior had never suited up for Team USA in senior international competition before, so her first game — March 27 at the IIFF Women’s World Championships in Malmö, Sweden — was the perfect introduction to disliking the Canadians. “It was my first time playing against Canada so it was kind of hard to know the rivalry and kind of start a rivalry within myself against them because I’ve never done it,” Anderson said.
CROOKSTON — The Bemidji High School tennis team continued its perfect start Friday, edging Class A No. 8 Crookston 4-3 on the road Friday afternoon. “We played a much different...