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MANKATO — The Bemidji State women’s hockey team won its program-record 18th game of the season on Saturday afternoon, as the Beavers beat Minnesota State 4-3, completing the weekend WCHA sweep of the Mavericks. The Beavers improve to 18-13-1 overall and 13-12-1 in league play with two games left in the regular season.
MANKATO — The Bemidji State women’s hockey team kept rolling Friday night against Minnesota State. Kaitlyn Tougas and Kristin Huber scored two goals each, and Stephanie Anderson had two assists and the Beavers blanked the Mavericks 4-0 in their Western Collegiate Hockey Association game on Friday night at All Seasons’ Arena. “We dominated this game,” BSU head coach Jim Scanlan said.
With just a month to go in college hockey’s regular season, every series magnifies in importance. Points — any points — are of utmost importance. But for the Bemidji State men’s hockey team, this weekend’s Western Collegiate Hockey Association series in Marquette, Mich., could be the biggest of the season. Northern Michigan (11-11-6, 8-8-4 WCHA) currently occupies the fourth and final home-ice slot in the league standings.
TOPEKA, Kan. — The Bemidji State baseball team’s season opener against Washburn has been pushed back a day due to poor weather conditions in Topeka, Kan. The Beavers were scheduled to open their season against the Ichabods with a noon doubleheader on Thursday afternoon at Falley Field. However, wet and cold weather in Kansas has postponed the doubleheader until today.
With four games remaining in the regular season, the Bemidji State women's hockey team knows where it sits in the WCHA standings (sixth place with 25 points, six points back of fourth) The Beavers also know that there's nothing they can do on their own to give them a home-ice spot in the WCHA playoffs -- nothing except win and see what happens. "we don't want to look ahead to see where we're going to end up but we definitely want these six points bad," BSU senior forward Kaitlyn Tougas said. Tougas and the Beavers (16-13-1, 11-12-1 WCHA) are back on the road this weekend in Mankato, where t
BEMIDJI — Last time the Bemidji girls basketball team met Moorhead, the game was over almost before it began. The Spuds shot out to a 15-3 lead when the two teams played on Jan. 8 in Moorhead and never looked back en route to an 80-51 win. During Tuesday night’s rematch, the Lumberjacks stayed with the Spuds for longer but couldn’t get their shots to fall as Moorhead beat Bemidji 63-45. “Last time they blew us out right away,” BHS head coach Larry Dahl said.
HOUGHTON, Mich. — Once again, Bemidji State and No.
BEMIDJI — Brittni Mowat’s teammates needed one goal to help her turn in a record-setting performance for the Bemidji State women’s hockey team. The sophomore netminder did the rest. Kaitlyn Tougas scored a short-handed goal in the second period and Mowat stopped 14 shots to shutout St. Cloud State 1-0 Saturday night at the Sanford Center. In the process, Mowat set the single-season record for wins by a BSU goaltender with 14.