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Beavers Fall to Pioneers in Final Five Semis

Nick Ross | Sports & Outdoors Editor | 03/23/2011 The BSU men’s hockey team’s run to the WCHA Conference Championship, and hopes of an at large bid to the NCAA tournament, ended on Saturday by way of the Denver University Pioneers.   The Beaver’s finished the season with a 15-18-5 record, but gained some credibility in their new conference, holding their own for most of the game. The Beavers had
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Quick Hits

Alex Berg | Sports Writer | 03/23/2011  Senior forward Matt Read scored his 22nd goal of the season for the men’s hockey team in its 3-2 overtime win over Minnesota Duluth on Friday. Junior forward Shea Walters scored the game-winning power play goal in overtime of the same game. The goal was the first of the season for Walters. Sophomore shortstop Lewis Baumann had a pair of hits, including his
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Athletes of the Week

Nick Ross | Sports and Outdoors Editor | 03/23/2011 Mar 23 Shea Walters Men’s Hockey Shea Walters is this week’s Northern Student Male Athlete of the Week for his timely goal against the University of Minnesota Duluth in the Final Five Quarterfinal round.  Walters scored his first goal of the season six minutes into the first overtime period, sending the Beavers one round further in their first ever WCHA Final
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Athletes of the Week

Alex Berg | Sports Writer | 02/02/2011 Erin Cody - Women’s Hockey Senior forward Erin Cody is this week’s Northern Student female athlete of the week for her milestone performance last weekend against the UMD Bulldogs.  Not only did Cody score a hat-trick in Friday’s loss, but the 3 points were enough to surpass the 100 point mark in her career.  She is only the third player in BSU history
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Twins Winter Caravan Visits Bemidji

Alex Berg | Sports Writer | 01/26/2011 The Minnesota Twins Winter Caravan visited Bemidji High School on January 19. The caravan is a three week long event in which select members of the Minnesota Twins travel around Minnesota and surrounding states to greet its fans. Bemidji was visited by all-star relief pitcher Matt Capps, starting pitcher Brian Duensing, broadcaster Dick Bremer and the team mascot, T.C. Bear. Bremer was a
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BSU to Cut Men’s Track

Budget Recalibration and Title IX Laws Nick Ross | Sports & Outdoors Editor | 01/26/2011 The recalibration of Bemidji State will force the men’s indoor and outdoor track teams to disband after the 2011 season, as part of a full institutional budget cut, which will eliminate 39 faculty positions, four academic programs and the aforementioned track teams. “We have decided to move out the men’s outdoor and indoor track teams,”
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Column: All-Star and Pro-Bowl

Bill Stafford | Sports Columnist | 02/02/2011 We're half way through the 82-game schedule in the NHL, and the Superbowl is just around the corner. You know what that means? If you guessed All-Star and Pro-Bowl weekend you are correct. It's an exciting time in sports to see the best of the best play against each other on the same field/ice. But which sport has the best all star-weekend? As
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Sports Quick Hits

Alex Berg | Sports Writer | 01/26/2011 ●      Junior guard Bryce Tesdahl of the men’s basketball team became BSU’s career leader in assists in Friday night’s 87-82 loss at Minnesota State. The team had 5 players score in double figures in the game. ●      Freshman forward Ellie Wessling of the women’s basketball team recorded a double-double in Saturday night’s 57-54 loss at Southwest Minnesota State. She had 10 points and
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Sports Quick Hits

Alex Berg | Sports Writer | 02/02/2011 ●      Senior forward Erin Cody recorded a hat-trick for the women’s hockey team in its 4-3 loss to Minnesota Duluth on Friday night. Cody has 17 goals on the season. ●      Sophomore forward Molly Arola and junior defender Kimberly Lieder each scored their first goals of the season for the women’s hockey team in its 5-3 loss to Minnesota Duluth on Saturday night.
Basketball Sports

Women’s Basketball Losing Streak Extends to Seven

Alex Berg | Sports Writer | 02/02/2011 Losing woes continued this weekend when BSU women’s basketball lost a pair of home contests to University of Mary and Northern State. The team has struggled significantly since its win over No. 21 Augustana. Coming into this weekend’s games, the Beavers had lost five straight games since the upset victory on January 8. The Beavers (5-14, 2-13 NSIC) saw its opponent gain a