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Despite Minnesota making 10 turnovers, they led 30-20 after one quarter.
Twenty-two Beavers were named to the NSIC All-Academic Team of Excellence as well.
On March 16, 1922, Bemidjians packed inside the town’s new armory for a battle of two fresh rivals: Bemidji High School and Bemidji State Teachers College. A century later, travel back to “a fine evening’s entertainment” that brought the community together for two historic nights.
Coach Ben Johnson 'went with his gut' having four starters play 40 minutes

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The Beavers finished 8-17 overall, went 5-16 in conference play and finished seventh in the NSIC North Division standings. They missed the playoffs by one spot for the second consecutive year.
Payton Willis poured in 19 second-half points and finished with a game-high 28 for Minnesota.
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Match comes down to the wire, Wolves came through with a 119-114 victory
The Beavers finished the regular season on a 92-89 overtime victory against St. Cloud State at the BSU Gymnasium. Already eliminated from playoff contention in a season to forget, Saturday’s finale was a game to remember.
While the NSIC Tournament will field the top six teams from each division this season, the Beavers (7-17, 4-16 NSIC) can now finish no higher than seventh in the North Division standings.
Despite the hardships of a 7-16 season, Travis Bianco remains upbeat. He enters a room with a smile and speaks of the future with optimism. If not for his BSU apparel, his mood could fool you into thinking his team was bound for the NCAA Tournament.

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Derek Thompson broke Steve Vogel’s 44-year-old program record with the board, a milestone that speaks to his consistency, durability and flat-out talent in his five years at BSU.
Northern State quickly ran past the Bemidji State men’s basketball team on Friday, blowing out the Beavers 83-60 on Aberdeen, S.D., on a night when the final buzzer couldn’t come soon enough.
Dalton Albrecht has been a consistent threat at the rim for the Beavers, to the tune of a 64.7 field goal percentage from the field. That number ranks 10th in the country and would stand as a Bemidji State single-season program record.

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