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The Bemidji State softball team finished its 2022 season on Sunday and Monday, losing all four games in doubleheaders at Sioux Falls and Southwest Minnesota State.
BSU has two doubleheaders left in the regular season, which closes on Sunday. First up is a 1 p.m. matchup against Sioux Falls on Saturday, April 30, in Sioux Falls, S.D.
BSU lost 1-0 and 6-1 to the Huskies on the turf at Chet Anderson Stadium, hitting just 10-for-53 across the doubleheader -- a batting average of just .188.
When you mess with the Vikings, you get the horns. That’s what the Bemidji State softball team discovered on Monday as it faced off against No. 12 Augustana in Sioux Falls.

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The Bemidji State softball team dropped a doubleheader against Wayne State in Wayne, Neb., on Sunday. The Beavers lost 9-4 and 6-4 against the Wildcats.
Mariah Stevenson leads the Beavers in batting average (.324), slugging percentage (.468) and on-base percentage (.395). She’s tops in RBIs (18) and doubles (11), and she’s played in all 38 games this year with 36 starts at third base.
The Beavers stayed close in both games thanks to stellar pitching, but it was their lack of offense that did them in.
Mariah Stevenson played the hero for the Bemidji State softball team on Friday, as the freshman third baseman belted a game-winning home run against Concordia-St. Paul.
The Bulldogs racked up seven home runs in a doubleheader sweep of the Beavers, earning 10-2 and 13-2 wins.
Playing as the home team after the games were moved to Winona due to inclement weather in Bemidji, the Beavers lost 7-2 and 5-1 to the Warriors.

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The Bemidji State softball team couldn’t get back on the winning track as it adapted to its new temporary home in Fayette, Iowa, on Saturday.
The Beavers struggled to score in a road doubleheader at Minot State, ultimately falling 8-0 and 5-1 in their first conference losses of the season.
Paired with Sunday’s sweep against Minnesota State Moorhead, BSU has now opened 4-0 in conference play for the first time this century.

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