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|team_name = Bemidji State Beavers women's ice hockey
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| team = Bemidji State Beavers
|image = Bemidji_State_Beavers.gif
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| logo = Bemidji_State_Beavers.gif
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|university = Bemidji State
 
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<!---School information--->
|conference = Western Collegiate Hockey Association
 
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| institution = [[Bemidji State University]]
|conference_short = WCHA
 
 
| location = [[Bemidji, Minnesota]]
|division =
 
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| founded = 1919
|location =Bemidji, Minnesota
 
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| enrollment = 6,354
|coach = Jim Scanlan
 
|coach_year = 3rd
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|coach_wins = 55
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| colors = Hunter Green and White
|coach_ties = 7
 
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|arena = [[Sanford Center]]
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| arena = Sanford Center
|capacity = 4,700
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| capacity = 4,700
|rivals =
 
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| w_league = Western Collegiate Hockey Association
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| w_coach = [[James Scanlan]]
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'''The Bemidji State Beavers''' are a women's college hockey team representing [[Bemidji State University]] in [[Bemidji, Minnesota]], [[United States]]. They play at the NCAA Division I level, and compete in the [[Western Collegiate Hockey Association]](WCHA).
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'''The Bemidji State Beavers''' are a women's college hockey team [[Bemidji, Minnesota]] representing [[Bemidji State University]] in [[Bemidji, Minnesota]], [[United States]]. They play at the NCAA Division I level, and compete in the [[Western Collegiate Hockey Association]](WCHA).
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
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The Beavers made history on March 7, 2015 as they defeated the Minnesota Golden Gophers by a 1–0 tally in the semifinals of the WCHA Final Face-Off. The game-winning goal was scored by [[Stephanie Anderson]] in the third period.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bsubeavers.com/whockey/news/2014-15/8150/bemidji-state-advances-to-the-wcha-final-faceoff-championship-game|title=BSUBeavers.com – Bemidji State advances to the WCHA Final Faceoff Championship game|work=BSUBeavers.com}}</ref> Beavers goaltender Brittni Mowat made 37 saves, registering her seventh shutout of the season, a new program record. In addition, it marked the first time that the Beavers advanced to the championship game of the WCHA Final Face-Off.
 
The Beavers made history on March 7, 2015 as they defeated the Minnesota Golden Gophers by a 1–0 tally in the semifinals of the WCHA Final Face-Off. The game-winning goal was scored by [[Stephanie Anderson]] in the third period.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bsubeavers.com/whockey/news/2014-15/8150/bemidji-state-advances-to-the-wcha-final-faceoff-championship-game|title=BSUBeavers.com – Bemidji State advances to the WCHA Final Faceoff Championship game|work=BSUBeavers.com}}</ref> Beavers goaltender Brittni Mowat made 37 saves, registering her seventh shutout of the season, a new program record. In addition, it marked the first time that the Beavers advanced to the championship game of the WCHA Final Face-Off.
   
===Year by year===
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==Arenas==
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*[[John S. Glas Field House]] (1998-2010)
{| class="wikitable"
 
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*[[Sanford Center]] (2010-present) opened as Bemidji Regional Events Center renamed within a few weeks of opening
|bgcolor="#ffeeaa"|<small>'''Won Championship'''</small>
 
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|bgcolor="#ddffdd"|<small>'''Lost Championship'''</small>
 
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==Head Coaches==
|bgcolor="#d0e7ff"|<small>'''Conference Champions'''</small>
 
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*[[Ruthann Castile]] (1998-2001) 26-62-3
|bgcolor="#ffbbbb"|<small>'''League Leader'''</small>
 
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*[[Bruce Olson]] (2001-2005) 34-91-13
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*[[Steve Sertich]] (2005-2014) 81-174-33
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*[[James Scanlan]] (2014-present) 100-106-15
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==Year by Year Record==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"
 
|-
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! Season !! GP !! W !! L !! T !! GF !! GA !! Pts !! Finish !! Conference Tournament !! GP !! W !! L !! T !! GF !! GA
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|- bgcolor="#eeeeff"
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|colspan="10"|'''''Conference'''''
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| colspan="6"|'''''Overall Record'''''
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|-
 
| 1998-99 || || || |||| || || || || || 22 || 2 || 20 || 0 || ||
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|-
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|1999-00 || 24 || 5 || 17 ||2|| 54 || 117 || 12 || 6th || L, QF 9-2 (Wisconsin) || 35 || 15 || 18 || 2 || 119 ||138
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|2000-01 || 24 || 6 || 17 ||1|| 62 || 142 || 13 || 6th || L, QF 5-2 (Wisconsin) || 34 || 9 || 24 || 1 || 93 ||183
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|-
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|2001-02 || 24 || 7 || 11 ||6|| 64 || 84 || 20 || 5th || L, QF 5-3 (Ohio St) || 33 || 12 || 13 || 8 || 97 ||104
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|-
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|2002-03 || 24 || 5 || 13 ||6|| 49 || 104 || 16 || 5th || L, QF 4-3 (ot) (Ohio St) || 33 || 9 || 17 || 7 || 75 ||123
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|2003-04 || 24 || 3 || 20 ||1|| 29 || 100 || 7 || 7th || Did not qualify || 34 || 5 || 27 || 2 || 48 ||139
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|2004-05 || 28 || 5 || 22 ||1|| 48 || 102 || 11 || 8th || L, QF 6-3 (Minnesota) || 35 || 9 || 24 || 2 || 69 ||121
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|2005-06 || 28 || 10 || 18 ||0|| 60 || 95 || 20 || 6th || L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota-Duluth) || 36 || 11 || 23 || 2 || 72 ||119
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|2006-07 || 28 || 9 || 15 ||4|| 53 || 85 || 22 || 6th || L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota) || 36 || 11 || 20 || 5 || 66 ||110
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|2007-08 || 28 || 1 || 25 ||2|| 24 || 94 || 4 || 8th || L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota-Duluth) || 36 || 4 || 29 || 3 || 38 ||115
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|2008-09 || 28 || 3 || 22 ||3|| 38 || 109 || 11 || 8th || L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota) || 36 || 6 || 25 || 5 || 51 ||125
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|2009-10 || 28 || 9 || 12 ||7|| 47 || 64 || 28 || T-5th || W, QF 2 games to 1 (St. Cloud St) L, SF 7-2 (Minnesota-Duluth) || 38 || 12 || 19 || 7 || 65 ||98
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|2010-11 || 28 || 11 || 13 ||4|| 53 || 71 || 39 || 5th || L, QF 2 games to 1 (North Dakota) || 35 || 14 || 17 || 4 || 70 ||88
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|2011-12 || 28 || 11 || 15 ||2|| 70 || 73 || 35 || 6th || L, QF 2 games to none (North Dakota) || 37 || 17 || 17 || 3 || 101 ||85
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|2012-13 || 28 || 5 || 22 ||1|| 40 || 101 || 16 || 8th || L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota) || 34 || 6 || 26 || 2 || 49 ||127
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|2013-14 || 28 || 8 || 17 ||3|| 47 || 88 || 29 || 6th || L, QF 2 games to none (North Dakota) || 36 || 11 || 21 || 4 || 64 ||104
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|2014-15 || 28 || 13 || 14 ||1|| 58 || 57 || 41 || 5th || W, QF 2 games to 1 (Minnesota-Duluth) W, SF 1-0 (Minnesota) L, F 4-0 (Wisconsin) || 39 || 21 || 17 || 1 || 86 ||70
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|2015-16 || 28 || 17 || 9 ||2|| 56 || 51 || 54 || 3rd || L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota-Duluth) || 36 || 22 || 11 || 3 || 77 ||68
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|2016-17 || 28 || 7 || 18 ||3|| 49 || 80 || 25 || 7th || L, QF 2 games to 1 (Minnesota) || 35 || 12 || 20 || 3 || 67 ||90
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|2017-18 || 24 || 9 || 13 ||2|| 60 || 68 || 30 || 5th || W, QF 2 games to 1 (Minnesota-Duluth) L, SF 4-1 (Wisconsin) || 38 || 16 || 19 || 3 || 90 ||96
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|2018-19 || 24 || 10 || 12 ||2|| 49 || 67 || 32 || 5th || L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota-Duluth) || 36 || 13 || 21 || 2 || 75 ||103
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|2019-20 || 24 || 9 || 13 ||2|| 48 || 68 || 29 || 6th || L, QF 2 games to 1 (Minnesota-Duluth) || 37 || 16 || 18 || 3 || 71 ||91
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|2020-21 || || || |||| || || || || || || || || || ||
 
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|}
   
{| class="wikitable"
 
|- align="center" style="background:#004225;color:#FFFFFF;"
 
| '''Year''' || '''Coach''' || '''W''' || '''L''' || '''T''' || '''Conference'''|| '''Conf.<br />W''' || '''Conf. Mbr> L''' || '''Conf.<br />T''' || '''Finish''' || '''Conference Tournament''' || '''NCAA Tournament'''
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2018–19|| Jim Scanlan || 13 || 21 || 2 || WCHA || 10 || 12 || 2 || 5th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. Minnesota-Duluth {{nowrap|(2-3, 3-4)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2017–18|| Jim Scanlan || 16 || 19 || 3 || WCHA || 9 || 13 || 2 || 5th WCHA || '''Won''' Quarterfinals vs. Minnesota-Duluth {{nowrap|(2-1, 1-4, 3-0)}}<br />'''Lost''' Semifinals vs. Wisconsin {{nowrap|(1-4)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2016–17|| Jim Scanlan || 12 || 20 || 3 || WCHA || 7 || 18 || 3 || 7th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. Minnesota {{nowrap|(1–3, 2–1, 2-3 )}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2015–16|| Jim Scanlan || 22 || 11 || 3 || WCHA || 19 || 9 || 2 || 3rd WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. Minnesota-Duluth {{nowrap|(1–5, 1–2 <small>OT</small>)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2014–15|| Jim Scanlan || 21 || 17 || 1 || WCHA || 13 || 14 || 1 || 5th WCHA || style="background:#ddffdd;" | '''Won''' Quarterfinals vs. Minnesota-Duluth {{nowrap|(3–2, 0–2, 2–1 <small>OT</small>)}}<br />'''Won''' Semifinals vs. Minnesota {{nowrap|(1–0)}}<br />'''Lost''' Championship vs. Wisconsin {{nowrap|(0–4)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2013–14|| Steve Sertich || 11 || 21 || 4 || WCHA || 8 || 17 || 3 || 6th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals to North Dakota {{nowrap|(1–4, 2–3 <small>OT</small>)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2012–13|| Steve Sertich || 6 || 26 || 2 || WCHA || 5 || 22 || 1 || 8th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals to Minnesota {{nowrap|(0–5, 0–8)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2011–12|| Steve Sertich || 17 || 17 || 3 || WCHA || 11 || 15 || 2 || 6th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. North Dakota {{nowrap|(1–3, 0–2)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2010–11|| Steve Sertich || 14 || 17 || 4 || WCHA || 11 || 13 || 4 || 5th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. North Dakota {{nowrap|(2–3, 3–0, 2–3 <small>OT</small>)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2009–10|| Steve Sertich || 12 || 19 || 7 || WCHA || 9 || 12 || 7 || 6th WCHA || '''Won''' Quarterfinals vs. St. Cloud State {{nowrap|(0–3, 2–1, 4–1)}}<br />'''Lost''' Semifinals vs. Minnesota-Duluth {{nowrap|(2–7)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2008–09|| Steve Sertich || 6 || 25 || 5 || WCHA || 3 || 22 || 3 || 8th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. Minnesota {{nowrap|(1–4, 1–5)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2007–08|| Steve Sertich || 4 || 29 || 3 || WCHA || 1 || 25 || 2 || 8th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. Minnesota-Duluth {{nowrap|(0–6, 1–5)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2006–07|| Steve Sertich || 11 || 20 || 5 || WCHA || 9 || 15 || 4 || 6th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. Minnesota {{nowrap|(1–5, 1–4)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2005–06|| Bruce Olson;<br />Interim: Jim Ingman, Sis Paulsen|| 11 || 23 || 2 || WCHA || 10 || 18 || 0 || 6th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. Minnesota-Duluth {{nowrap|(2–7, 0–3)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2004–05|| Bruce Olson || 9 || 24 || 2 || WCHA || 5 || 22 || 1 || 8th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. Minnesota {{nowrap|(3–6)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2003–04|| Bruce Olson || 5 || 27 || 2 || WCHA || 3 || 20 || 1 || 7th WCHA || Did not qualify || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2002–03|| Bruce Olson || 9 || 17 || 7 || WCHA || 5 || 13 || 6 || 5th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. Ohio State {{nowrap|(3–4 <small>OT</small>)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2001–02|| Jason Lesteberg || 12 || 13 || 8 || WCHA || 7 || 11 || 6 || 5th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. Ohio State {{nowrap|(3–5)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2000–01|| Ruthann Cantile || 9 || 24 || 1 || WCHA || 6 || 17 || 1 || 6th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. Wisconsin {{nowrap|(2–5)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 1999-00|| Ruthann Cantile || 15 || 18 || 2 ||WCHA || 5 || 17 || 2 || 6th WCHA || '''Lost''' Quarterfinals vs. Wisconsin {{nowrap|(2–9)}} || Did not qualify
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 1998–99||Ruthann Cantile || 2 || 20 || 0 || WCHA || || || || || ||
 
|}
 
 
<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.uscho.com/stats/teamYxY.php/bemidji-state-beavers/womens-college-hockey/team,bsu/gender,w.html|title=Statistics|work=USCHO.com}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bsubeavers.com/whockey/|title=Women's Ice Hockey – Official Site of Bemidji State University Athletics|work=BSUBeavers.com}}</ref><ref>{{Citation | last = BSU | title = Bemidji State University Women's Hockey: Year-by-year Results | url = http://www.bsubeavers.com/media/2014-15/whockey/PDF/All-Time%20Results.pdf | accessdate = June 10, 2015 | deadurl = yes | archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20150923194927/http://www.bsubeavers.com/media/2014-15/whockey/PDF/All-Time%20Results.pdf | archivedate = September 23, 2015 | df = mdy-all }}</ref>
 
<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.uscho.com/stats/teamYxY.php/bemidji-state-beavers/womens-college-hockey/team,bsu/gender,w.html|title=Statistics|work=USCHO.com}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bsubeavers.com/whockey/|title=Women's Ice Hockey – Official Site of Bemidji State University Athletics|work=BSUBeavers.com}}</ref><ref>{{Citation | last = BSU | title = Bemidji State University Women's Hockey: Year-by-year Results | url = http://www.bsubeavers.com/media/2014-15/whockey/PDF/All-Time%20Results.pdf | accessdate = June 10, 2015 | deadurl = yes | archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20150923194927/http://www.bsubeavers.com/media/2014-15/whockey/PDF/All-Time%20Results.pdf | archivedate = September 23, 2015 | df = mdy-all }}</ref>
   
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==External links==
 
==External links==
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* [http://www.wcha.com/women/index.php/ WCHA women's hockey website]
 
* [http://www.bsubeavers.com/whockey/ BSU Women's Ice Hockey]
 
* [http://www.bsubeavers.com/whockey/ BSU Women's Ice Hockey]
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{{Western Collegiate Hockey Association women's navbox}}
 
[[Category:College women's ice hockey teams in the United States]]
 
[[Category:College women's ice hockey teams in the United States]]

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Bemidji State Beavers
Bemidji State Beavers.gif
Institution: Bemidji State University
Location: Bemidji, Minnesota
School founded: 1919
Enrollment: 6,354
Colors: Hunter Green and White
Home Arena: Sanford Center
Capacity: 4,700
Women's Team
Conference: Western Collegiate Hockey Association
Coach: James Scanlan

The Bemidji State Beavers are a women's college hockey team Bemidji, Minnesota representing Bemidji State University in Bemidji, Minnesota, United States. They play at the NCAA Division I level, and compete in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association(WCHA).

History[edit | edit source]

The Bemidji State University intercollegiate women's ice hockey program began competition in the 1998–1999 season. The first head coach was Ruthann Cantile. She was head coach from the program's founding to the start of WCHA play, and the beginning of national NCAA Championships in 2001.

Over the next several years, Bemidji State met with little success, while playing against the best teams in the nation, in conference play. The Beavers were able to recruit 2002 German Olympian Defender Nina Zieganhals[1] in 2003. After disappointing seasons under Jason Lesterberg (2000-01) and Bruce Olson, who left the program during the 2005-06 season[2], Bemidji State hired Steve Sertich for the 2006-07 season. Sertich presided over the team for eight years until his retirement in 2014[3].

at Bemidji State University On February 27, 2010, Bemidji State ended its 14-game playoff losing streak in a 2–1 victory over St. Cloud State.[4] The next day, the Beavers defeated St. Cloud State in Game 3, and advanced to the WCHA Final Face-Off for the first time in school history. Zuzana Tomcikova had 27 saves and the win was the Beavers 12th win of the season. It ties the school record for most wins in a season (accomplished in 2001–02).[5] The Beavers advanced to play the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs in the WCHA semi-finals but were eliminated.

On October 16, 2010, Alana McElhinney made a career-high 56 saves. In the game, Bemidji State had its first-ever win over a No. 1-ranked team as they defeated the Mercyhurst Lakers by a 5–3 mark.[6] In addition, this was the second women's game ever played at the new Bemidji Regional Event Center.

October 29–30, 2010: Erin Cody had the biggest weekend of her collegiate career. She was involved in all seven of the Bemidji State's goals, as the Beavers swept St. Cloud State. Cody had five goals and two assists, and was a factor in both game-winning goals. Cody earned the First Star of the Game honors in both games. In the first game, Cody scored a natural hat trick (a power-play, shorthanded, and even-strength goal). All three goals were scored in the first period and set a Beavers record for most goals scored by a single player in one period. In the second game, Cody had two goals and two assists.[7]

On January 28, 2012, the Badgers hosted a record crowd of 12,402 at the Kohl Center as Wisconsin swept the Bemidji State Beavers. Alex Rigby made 28 saves to obtain her sixth shutout of the campaign. Her rival between the pipes, Bemidji State goaltender Zuzana Tomcikova made 32 saves.[8]

The Beavers made history on March 7, 2015 as they defeated the Minnesota Golden Gophers by a 1–0 tally in the semifinals of the WCHA Final Face-Off. The game-winning goal was scored by Stephanie Anderson in the third period.[9] Beavers goaltender Brittni Mowat made 37 saves, registering her seventh shutout of the season, a new program record. In addition, it marked the first time that the Beavers advanced to the championship game of the WCHA Final Face-Off.

Arenas[edit | edit source]

Head Coaches[edit | edit source]

Year by Year Record[edit | edit source]

Season GP W L T GF GA Pts Finish Conference Tournament GP W L T GF GA
Conference Overall Record
1998-99 22 2 20 0
1999-00 24 5 17 2 54 117 12 6th L, QF 9-2 (Wisconsin) 35 15 18 2 119 138
2000-01 24 6 17 1 62 142 13 6th L, QF 5-2 (Wisconsin) 34 9 24 1 93 183
2001-02 24 7 11 6 64 84 20 5th L, QF 5-3 (Ohio St) 33 12 13 8 97 104
2002-03 24 5 13 6 49 104 16 5th L, QF 4-3 (ot) (Ohio St) 33 9 17 7 75 123
2003-04 24 3 20 1 29 100 7 7th Did not qualify 34 5 27 2 48 139
2004-05 28 5 22 1 48 102 11 8th L, QF 6-3 (Minnesota) 35 9 24 2 69 121
2005-06 28 10 18 0 60 95 20 6th L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota-Duluth) 36 11 23 2 72 119
2006-07 28 9 15 4 53 85 22 6th L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota) 36 11 20 5 66 110
2007-08 28 1 25 2 24 94 4 8th L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota-Duluth) 36 4 29 3 38 115
2008-09 28 3 22 3 38 109 11 8th L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota) 36 6 25 5 51 125
2009-10 28 9 12 7 47 64 28 T-5th W, QF 2 games to 1 (St. Cloud St) L, SF 7-2 (Minnesota-Duluth) 38 12 19 7 65 98
2010-11 28 11 13 4 53 71 39 5th L, QF 2 games to 1 (North Dakota) 35 14 17 4 70 88
2011-12 28 11 15 2 70 73 35 6th L, QF 2 games to none (North Dakota) 37 17 17 3 101 85
2012-13 28 5 22 1 40 101 16 8th L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota) 34 6 26 2 49 127
2013-14 28 8 17 3 47 88 29 6th L, QF 2 games to none (North Dakota) 36 11 21 4 64 104
2014-15 28 13 14 1 58 57 41 5th W, QF 2 games to 1 (Minnesota-Duluth) W, SF 1-0 (Minnesota) L, F 4-0 (Wisconsin) 39 21 17 1 86 70
2015-16 28 17 9 2 56 51 54 3rd L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota-Duluth) 36 22 11 3 77 68
2016-17 28 7 18 3 49 80 25 7th L, QF 2 games to 1 (Minnesota) 35 12 20 3 67 90
2017-18 24 9 13 2 60 68 30 5th W, QF 2 games to 1 (Minnesota-Duluth) L, SF 4-1 (Wisconsin) 38 16 19 3 90 96
2018-19 24 10 12 2 49 67 32 5th L, QF 2 games to none (Minnesota-Duluth) 36 13 21 2 75 103
2019-20 24 9 13 2 48 68 29 6th L, QF 2 games to 1 (Minnesota-Duluth) 37 16 18 3 71 91
2020-21

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Olympians[edit | edit source]

  • Nina Ziegenhals, defenseman, Germany; 2002 Winter Olympics[13]
  • Zuzana Tomcikova, goaltender, Slovak Republic; 2010 Winter Olympics[14]

World Championships[edit | edit source]

Beavers players in professional hockey[edit | edit source]

Player Team League
Ivana Bilic Connecticut Whale NWHL
Tess Dusik Göteborg HC Swedish Hockey League Dam Div 1[16]
Jenn Sadler Mississauga Chiefs CWHL
Eva Maria Beiter-Schwärzler DSC Oberthurgau Swiss Women's A[17]
Zuzana Tomčíková Moscow Tornado EWCC-Women[18]

Awards and honors[edit | edit source]

  • Kerigan Dowhy, WCHA Goaltender of the Month (February 2018) [19]
  • Ivana Bilic, 2016 WCHA Defensive Player of the Year [20]
  • Brittni Mowat, Goaltender, 2015 All-USCHO.com Women’s Second-Team[21]
  • Jim Scanlan, Head Coach, 2015 USCHO.com National Coach of the Year[22][23]
  • Alexis Joyce, Defenseman, 2015 All-WCHA Rookie Team[23]
  • Alexis Joyce, WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Week of January 24, 2017)[24]
  • Brittni Mowat, Goaltender, 2015 All-WCHA First Team[23]
  • Brittni Mowat, Goaltender, 2015 CCM Hockey Women's Division I All-Americans, First Team[25]
  • Zuzana Tomcikova, Goaltender, 2012 CCM Hockey Women’s Division I All-American: Second Team[26]
  • Zuzana Tomcikova, Goaltender, 2012 Patty Kazmaier Award nominee[27]
  • Steve Sertich, Head Coach, 2010 WCHA Coach of the Year [28]
  • Zuzana Tomcikova, Goaltender, 2010 Co-WCHA Player of the Year[29]
  • Jill Luebke, Goaltender, 2003 WCHA All-Rookie team [30]
  • Anik Cote, Goaltender, 2003 WCHA Student Athlete of the Year[30]

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Nina Ziegenhals: Career Statistics. U.S. College Hockey Online (USCHO). Retrieved on 16 June 2017.
  2. Bruce Olson steps aside as Bemidji State head hockey coach. Bemidji State University (19 December 2005). Retrieved on 16 June 2017.
  3. Jack Hittinger (17 March 2014). Women's Hockey: ‘Hockey’s been good to me:’ BSU head coach Sertich retires after eight seasons. The Bemidji Pioneer. Retrieved on 16 June 2017.
  4. http://www.bsubeavers.com/news/default/18/2323/
  5. http://www.bsubeavers.com/news/default/11/2329/
  6. WCHA.com – WCHA Press Releases. wcha.com.
  7. WCHA.com – WCHA Press Releases. wcha.com.
  8. http://www.wcha.com/women/pres1112/201201/jan31wcw.pdf
  9. BSUBeavers.com – Bemidji State advances to the WCHA Final Faceoff Championship game. BSUBeavers.com.
  10. Statistics. USCHO.com.
  11. Women's Ice Hockey – Official Site of Bemidji State University Athletics. BSUBeavers.com.
  12. BSU, Bemidji State University Women's Hockey: Year-by-year Results, <http://www.bsubeavers.com/media/2014-15/whockey/PDF/All-Time%20Results.pdf>. Retrieved on June 10, 2015
  13. Nina Ziegenhals. Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Archived from the original on September 19, 2011.
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