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WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Beavers close in shots on goal, still fall to Ohio State by 5-0 margin

The Beavers mustered 19 shots on goal against OSU’s Amanda Thiele, remaining within striking distance of the Buckeyes’ 26. But Ohio State made its chances count, and Bemidji State couldn’t get any pucks behind Thiele in a 5-0 loss.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Bemidji State women’s hockey team kept up a consistent level of pressure against No. 2 Ohio State on Friday in Columbus, Ohio.

The Beavers mustered 19 shots on goal against OSU’s Amanda Thiele, remaining within striking distance of the Buckeyes’ 26. But Ohio State made its chances count, and Bemidji State couldn’t get any pucks behind Thiele in a 5-0 loss.

OSU (11-1-1, 11-1-1 WCHA) got on the board in the first period with goals by Madison Bizal and Makenna Webster, then widened the gap with two scores by Paetyn Levis and one by Jenna Buglioni in the third period.

Hannah Hogenson collected 21 saves in net for BSU (3-11-1, 1-10 WCHA), and Thiele finished with 19 to pick up the shutout.

The Beavers and Buckeyes will battle once again at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19, in Columbus.

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Ohio State 5, Bemidji State 0

BSU 0 0 0 -- 0

OSU 2 0 3 -- 5

First period -- 1, OSU GOAL, Bizal (Jaques, Gardiner), 10:02; 2, OSU GOAL, Webster (Matthews, Buglioni), 17:19.

Second period -- No scoring.

Third period -- 3, OSU GOAL, Levis (unassisted), 4:01; 4, OSU GOAL, Buglioni (Grinder, Hauswirth), 9:13; 5, OSU GOAL, Levis (unassisted), 15:28, SH.

Saves -- Hogenson (BSU) 21; Thiele (OSU) 19.

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