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FAIRBANKS, Alaska -- Cory Ward scored twice, Bemdiji State scored twice on the power play and BSU's penalty kill continued to frustrate opponents as the Beavers topped Alaska 4-0 late Saturday night at the Carlson Center, bouncing back from a 3-0 loss Friday and earning the Western Collegiate Hockey Association split. Andrew Walsh made 25 saves for BSU to earn his second shutout of the season.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The BSU women's hockey team couldn't force North Dakota into overtime for a second straight night. The Beavers rallied from a 2-0 deficit on Friday night and earned a point against UND in their WCHA game. But on Saturday the Beavers fell just short. UND's Tanja Eisenschmid scored the go-ahead goal seven minutes into the third period and North Dakota escaped with a 2-1 win over Bemidji State at Ralph Engelstad Arena. Rachael Kelly, who scored a key third period goal for BSU on Friday, scored the lone goal for BSU (9-14-3, 6-12-2-1 WCHA)..
BEMIDJI -- Despite capturing an early 2-0 lead and dominating play for most of the game, the Bemidji High School girls hockey players knew they didn't have much margin for error against Alexandria Saturday afternoon. This proved especially true after Alexandria's Hannah Hansen scored an impressive 4-on-4 goal with less than five minutes to go, pulling the Cardinals to within a goal.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska -- Cody Kunyk scored what turned out to be the game-winning shorthanded goal as Alaska shut out BSU 3-0 Friday night in Western Collegiate Hockey Association action Friday at the Carlson Center. Jesse Wilkins made 28 saves for Bemidji State (7-13-7; 7-8-4 WCHA) but it wasn't enough as the Nanooks (10-11-4, 7-10-2 WCHA) had goals from three different players in the win. Kunyk scored his 13th goal of the season late in the first period following an interference call on teammate Colton Beck.
GRAND FORKS — Whitney Wivoda and Rachael Kelly each scored with 10 minutes to go in regulation in the BSU women’s hockey team’s game against North Dakota Friday. But coming...
CROOKSTON — After gaining some momentum following a 2-2 tie against Class A No. 3 East Grand Forks Tuesday, the Bemidji High School girls hockey team carried that momentum to...
This weekend BSU men's hockey team embarks on its most grueling roadtrip of the season -- the long jaunt to Fairbanks, Alaska, to take on the Alaska Nanooks. It's supposed to be a 14-hour trip when all is said and done and the Beavers were scheduled to land in Fairbanks on Thursday morning at around 2 a.m. Alaska Time -- 5 a.m. Central. "I feel like it's one of those things that everyone thinks it's going to be so long that it ends up not being as bad as we think," sophomore center Cory Ward said. "You can't think too much about it."
BEMIDJI -- Another weekend, another top-five opponent for the BSU women's hockey team. After a sweep at the hands of No. 2 Wisconsin last weekend at the Sanford Center the Beavers travel to Grand Forks, N.D., this weekend for another series against a ranked opponent in No. 3 North Dakota. "They're both great teams," BSU junior forward Alex Citrowske said of facing the No. 2 and No. 3-ranked teams on successive weekends. "They're both really fast teams and both at the top of the leaderboard statistically.
EAST GRAND FORKS — Rachel Holm’s unassisted goal at the 6 minute, 20 second mark tied things up for Bemidji, and the Lumberjacks’ girls basketball team rallied for a 2-2...
SAUK RAPIDS -- Jack Johnson scored twice as Bemidji defeated Sauk Rapids-Rice 4-1 Tuesday night. In a penalty-filled game that saw the teams combine for 40 minutes of time in the sin bin, it was Sauk Rapids (10-7) that scored first on Travis Kothenbeutel's goal just 1 minute, 34 seconds into play. But the Lumberjacks (8-9) rallied and scored the next two goals of the second period just 50 seconds apart from one another.