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BSU Intramural Hockey Team–The Sharpshooters–Take to the Ice

Photos by Kristina Malterud Captions by Whitney Jackson   With BSU's spring intramurals well underway, students take to the ice to relieve stress, have some fun, and engage in a little friendly competition. (Above) The Sharpshooters' Captain is forward Cole Grandgenett. Grandgenett is a candidate for running the intramural program next year as a grad student. (Above) Assistant Captain, Lucas Stern, started the team with Grandgenett and Zach Welle (pictured
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Ultimate Frisbee, Growing Club Sport at Bemidji State

By Cole Edgell Sky high grabs, quick athleticism, and full body layouts. These exciting plays are all fixtures of one of the fastest growing sports in the United States—ultimate frisbee. [caption id="attachment_4245" align="alignright" width="300"] Beavers pose for a team photo along with members of their alumni team.Photo provided by Bemidji Ultimate.[/caption] All starting with the patent of the flying disc by Walter Frederick Morrison in 1958 and the inception of
Football Sports

A Glance at the Bemidji Axemen

By Brityn Kiser [twitter url="" float="left"][fbshare url=""][linkedin_share url=""]   Well it’s that time of year again folks. With the 2015 Indoor Football League (IFL) season recently opening for our very own professional IFL team, the Bemidji Axemen, it’s time to get on over to the Sanford Center and indulge in some snacks and beverages while enjoying a good game of football. After finishing 5-9 in their rookie season last year,
Hockey Sports

Beaver Hockey Playoff Picture

By Andrew Persson [twitter url="" float="left"][fbshare url=""][linkedin_share url=""]   It is the heart of college hockey season in Bemidji and the Beavers are finding themselves battling for a position in the standings as they head into the busy finishing half of the schedule. As of the holiday break, all 10 teams in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) have played at least 10 games, with Lake Superior State having played
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BSU Grad Goes Pro

Story by Josh Koop [twitter url="" float="left"][fbshare url="" type="button"][linkedin_share url=""] [hr] Most men who are on National Football League rosters come from big colleges with large budgets and amazing multi-million dollar facilities. Yet, sometimes you see a player make the league from a smaller school. Brian Leonhardt did not get drafted when he completed his college career here at Bemidji State University. The phone call telling him that he would
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Beaver’s Basketball Coming to an End

By Sean Jones [fbshare url="" type="button"][twitter url="" style="none" float="left"] [linkedin_share url="" style="none"] [hr] Beaver’s basketball payers recap on their 2012-2013 season, and what it was like to play in the game verses Wayne State.

The Lone 12th Ranger

By S. Jones [fbshare url="" type="button"][twitter url="" style="none" float="left"] [linkedin_share url="" style="none"] [hr] I’m a fan far from home. You might have seen me wandering the BSU campus with my double lined North Face Jacket and my Seahawks beanie representing the “hawks” logo. I love my city, Seattle Washington; (I call it the) Great Northwest. There is a sense of community in Seattle surrounding “The Hawks”, our football team, and

Bemidji Axeman-Indoor Football League Bemidji Bound

| By Jamison St. Germaine | [fbshare url="" type="button"][twitter url="" style="none" float="left"] [linkedin_share url="" style="none"] [hr] It’s here. It is finally here. Officially new in town comes the first ever Indoor Football League (IFL) team, the Bemidji Axemen. In late November, Axemen officials conducted an open tryout at the West St. Paul Sports Complex located in St. Paul, MN. Guys came in from Bethel University, Bemidji State University, other Minnesota
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Spotlight on Alyssa Stewart, Creator and Co-Captain of BSU Club Swim Team

Eve Lang | Staff Writer | 04-08-2012 When heart disease got in the way of larger plans for Bemidji State University sophomore Alyssa Stewart, she was disappointed. She lost scholarships, and certainty about where she would attend college was taken away from her. When she recommitted herself to the sport she knew best, however, a new team was introduced to BSU. Stewart is originally from Williston, N.D. She transferred in
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New BSU swim club hopes to make a big splash

Tricia Tuntland | Staff Writer | 02-05-2013 Alyssa Stewart is a sophomore and founder of the new Bemidji State University swim club. Stewart said they may be eligible to be considered a Division I swim team in the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) next year. “NCAA has time trials and, if we qualify, we can be considered a D1 swim team next year,” said Stewart. “We just need more members