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Bemidji State announces 7 additions to Athletics Hall of Fame

BSU announced on Tuesday that the 2022 class will feature four former athletes, another former athlete who found success as a coach, and a duo of longtime Bemidji State boosters.

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BEMIDJI -- Bemidji State will welcome seven new members to its Athletic Hall of Fame this year.

BSU announced on Tuesday that the 2022 class will feature four former athletes, another former athlete who found success as a coach, and a duo of longtime Bemidji State boosters. They will officially be inducted during the school’s Alumni B-Club/Athletic Hall of Fame Weekend on Oct. 7-8.

Former athletes Eddie Acosta III (football, 1999-2003), Kelly Lewis (men’s swimming & diving, 1975-79), John Murphy (men’s hockey, 1975-79) and Zuzana Tomcikova (women’s hockey, 2008-12) will be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame. Dr. Alan J. Murdoch (1969) will receive the Alumni Coaching Achievement Award, while Paul and Paige Hanson will be awarded the John S. Glas Honorary Letter Winner Award.

Established in 1978, the BSU Athletic Hall of Fame will now include 199 individuals, 25 coaches, 22 teams, 10 Alumni Coaching Achievement Award winners and nine John S. Glas Honorary Letter Winners.

More information on each new inductees can be found here.

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