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BEMIDJI -- After a short break for the holidays, the Bemidji State women’s hockey team hopes to start 2015 on the right foot. The Beavers (11-8-1) travel to St. Charles, Mo., this weekend to take on Lindenwood (5-10-1) in a non-conference series. BSU is looking to snap a three-game losing skid and the long bus ride to Missouri could be just what the Beavers need to re-energize themselves for the season’s second half.
BEMIDJI — Normally, Sierra Senske doesn’t like sitting. The former three-sport athlete at Dilworth-Glydon-Felton High School rarely sat on the sidelines during her prep career, as she earned letters in basketball, volleyball and track and field. So imagine her pain — mental as well as physical — when she was forced to sit out the 2013-14 basketball season at Bemidji State. “It was not fun,” Senske said of her ACL injury, sustained just before what was supposed to be her freshman season at BSU. And understandably so — ACL injuries are among the most difficult to recover from. But sitting o
BEMIDJI — Stephanie Anderson’s Christmas break is going to be slightly shorter than the rest of her Bemidji State teammates. That suits the BSU forward just fine — especially considering what she’ll be doing instead. The North St. Paul native will be spending Dec. 27-31 at the USA Hockey Women’s Winter Training Camp in Blaine. “I’m kind of shocked,” Anderson said. “I knew they were here to watch me a few times. But there are so many girls that could have gotten this opportunity. I’m just lucky enough they’re giving me a shot.
ROSEAU — Bemidji scored the first three goals then hung on in the final period to beat Roseau 3-2 in boys hockey action Tuesday night at Roseau Memorial Arena. “We...
BEMIDJI — Even though they wear red and Bemidji State wears green, the Ohio State women’s hockey team had no problem playing Grinch on Saturday afternoon. The Buckeyes, powered by two goals from Claudia Kepler, beat the Beavers 2-1 in their Western Collegiate Hockey Association game at the Sanford Center, sweeping both the weekend series and the season series from BSU. “It’s not fun to get swept,” said BSU freshman defenseman Alexis Joyce, who scored BSU’s lone goal in the game. “Especially twice.
BRAINERD — The Bemidji High School boys hockey team outshot Brainerd 36-21 en route to a 4-1 victory Saturday night in Brainerd. It’s the seventh straight victory for the Lumberjacks,...
BEMIDJI — Class A No. 3 Thief River Falls scored four times in the second period to beat the Bemidji High School girls hockey team 5-0. The Lumberjacks (5-10) only...
BEMIDJI — Once again, the Bemidji State women’s hockey team was stymied by a hot Western Collegiate Hockey Association goalie. This time, it was Ohio State’s Stacy Danczak, who stopped all 33 Bemidji State shots as the Buckeyes beat the Beavers 2-0 Friday night at the Sanford Center. It’s the second-straight loss for the No 9-ranked Beavers, who were also shut out 3-0 last weekend at St. Cloud State. Ohio State scored both of their goals on the power play, including the game-winner.
BEMIDJI — The Bemidji State women’s basketball team hopes to get an early Christmas present (or a perfectly-timed Hanukkah present) tonight in Crookston. The Beavers, winless in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference action through five games, play their final game of 2014 at 6 p.m. against Minnesota Crookston. The Golden Eagles (3-6, 2-3 NSIC) beat the Beavers (2-7, 0-5 NSIC) in their first meeting this year, winning 65-53 in Bemidji on Nov. 23. Although the Eagles have only won three games, the other two wins are also impressive. Last weekend the Eagles knocked off then No.
BEMIDJI — It’s not quite the holiday break yet for the Bemidji State women’s hockey team. But it is, technically, the midway point of its Western Collegiate Hockey Association season. The Beavers, who host Ohio State this weekend (7:07 p.m. today, 2:07 p.m.