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WOMEN'S HOCKEY

The Bemidji State women’s hockey team will have a new face behind the bench this season, as head coach Jim Scanlan announced the hiring of Sarah Bobrowski as the program’s second assistant coach on Friday.
After a strong season in net, Bemidji State women’s hockey goaltender Hannah Hogenson has been selected to attend the 2022 USA Hockey National Goaltending Camp later this week.
Fans won’t have to wait long to see the Bemidji State women’s hockey team in action. The Beavers released their 2022-23 schedule on Monday, and it features the earliest regular season opener in program history.
Jennifer Flowers helped navigate the WCHA through the COVID-19 pandemic, expansion and the end of the men's WCHA. She also continued the league's winning tradition with back-to-back national championships, and worked to elevate the profiles of the league's student-athletes.

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The Bemidji State women’s hockey team on Wednesday announced its leadership group for the 2022-23 season, headed by senior defender Kate Boland.
“I wouldn’t want to go out any other way,” Clair DeGeorge said. “Knowing that we’re coming out as natty champs, it’s a good feeling going out this way.”
Sophie Jaques scored twice, including the game-winner in overtime, in Final Faceoff
The senior center leads the nation with 28 goals and 64 points for No. 1 Minnesota
The Beavers filed out of LaBahn Arena and met with family members, many of whom had made the trip for the WCHA quarterfinal series. And afterward, they set off on the eight-plus hour bus ride home to Bemidji, with only each other, their thoughts and Hannah Montana to keep them company.
Kerigan Dowhy concluded her Bemidji State career with 44 saves on 49 shots faced, while Wisconsin’s Kennedy Blair stopped 15 shots to earn the shutout.

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Even with Bemidji State women’s hockey goaltender Kerigan Dowhy standing on hers, Wisconsin flipped Friday’s game on its head.
The Bemidji State women’s hockey team has placed 20 student-athletes on the WCHA All-Academic Team for the 2021-22 season, the highest number in the conference.
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In first season back with Minnesota she has helped lift U back to the top

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