Baseball Sports

Beavers Earn Split With Wayne State Thanks to Late Comeback

Alex Berg | Sports Writer | 03/23/2011  The Bemidji State baseball team (6-4) split a double-header at Wayne State last Saturday. In the first game, Wayne State attacked sophomore pitcher Ryan Anderson with a four-run second inning to grab an early lead. Junior third baseman Mauricio Gomez drove in a pair of runs with a double to the gap in the top half of the fourth inning. The Beavers still
Campus Local News

Maki Reveals Legislature’s Issues with Budget Crisis

Sara Lee | Staff Writer | 03/23/2011  More recalibration updates were presented to students and faculty by Bill Maki, Vice President for Finance and Administration, on March 17. Maki discussed BSU’s current budget status, as well as the effects state legislature has on the University deficit. As of now, Minnesota’s projected budget is currently a billion dollars less than the expected $6 billion. “It had been a $5 billion deficit
Baseball Hockey Sports

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
Campus Local News

University May Cut Free Student Transit

Kim Powell | Staff Writer | 03/23/2011  Bemidji State University may cut ties with Paul Bunyan Transit in the coming months in order to save money. “Right now, we pay about $38,000 per year for this service,” said Bill Maki, Vice President of Finance and Administration, “and the total number of students using it is not high relative to that cost.” Two months ago, President Hanson released his Recalibration plan
Campus Local News

Maki Reveals Legislature’s Issues with Budget Crisis

Sara Lee | Staff Writer | 03/23/2011 More recalibration updates were presented to students and faculty by Bill Maki, Vice President for Finance and Administration, on March 17. Maki discussed BSU’s current budget status, as well as the effects state legislature has on the University deficit. As of now, Minnesota’s projected budget is currently a billion dollars less than the expected $6 billion. “It had been a $5 billion deficit
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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