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WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Beebe, Featherstone set iron man streak as UMD wins

Beaver fifth-years Paige Beebe and Lindsey Featherstone broke the school record for consecutive games played, participating in their 149th straight contest. They also tied the career games played mark of 151 and will have a chance to break it next week against St. Cloud State.

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DULUTH – The Bemidji State women’s hockey team kept the dynamic Minnesota Duluth scoring attack in check on Saturday in Duluth. But the Beavers couldn’t score on the Bulldogs, losing 3-0.

After a scoreless first 20, No. 9 UMD broke the ice with a Naomi Rogge goal at 14:41 in the second period. The Bulldogs (13-7, 10-6 WCHA) added on with a power-play score by Anna Klein at 16:49 in the third, doubling the difference on BSU. And UMD scored once more in the last moments, adding an empty-netter by Taylor Stewart at 18:59.

Beaver fifth-years Paige Beebe and Lindsey Featherstone also broke the school record for consecutive games played, participating in their 149th straight contest. They tied the career games played mark of 151 and will have a chance to break it next week against St. Cloud State.

Kerigan Dowhy started in net for the Beavers (7-12-3, 4-12-2 WCHA) and stopped 29 shots on 31 attempts in her first action since Oct. 15. Emma Soderberg pitched a 28-save shutout for UMD.

BSU returns to the ice against St. Cloud State at 3:01 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 21, and 2:01 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 22, at the Sanford Center.

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Minnesota Duluth 3, Bemidji State 0

BSU 0 0 0 -- 0

UMD 0 1 2 -- 3

First period -- No scoring.

Second period -- 1, UMD GOAL, Rogge (Hughes, Flaherty), 14:41.

Third period -- 2, UMD GOAL, Klein (Giguere, Hughes), 16:49, PP; 3, UMD GOAL, Stewart (Hughes, Klein), 18:59, EN.

Saves -- Dowhy (BSU) 29; Soderberg (UMD) 28.

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