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Quick Facts and Table of Contents

Table of Contents General Information

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2008-09 Quick Facts & Table of Contents.......................................... 1

2008-09 Season Outlook................................................................... 2

BSU Head Coach Mike Curfman....................................................... 3

Assistant Coaches / Support Staff..................................................... 4

Meet the 2008-09 Team

Numerical Roster / Roster Breakdown.............................................. 5

2008-09 The Team........................................................................ 6-12

2007-08 Season-In-Review

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Season Recap..................................................................................13

Statistics, Results, Leaders...............................................................14

Individual Game-by-Game Statistics / Individual Superlatives........15

Individual and Team Highs / Milestones..........................................16

Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference

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General Information........................................................................17

2007-08 Statistics.............................................................................18

2007-08 Standings, Honors & Awards..............................................18

All-Time Standings & Champions....................................................18

All-Time Records.............................................................................19

2008-09 NSIC Opponents...........................................................20-22

2008-09 NSIC Coaches’ Poll and Players to Watch...........................22

2008-09 Composite Schedule..........................................................23

Bemidji State Women’s Basketball History & Records

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Game, Season, Career Records.......................................................24

All-time Top-10s..............................................................................25

All-Time Award Winners.................................................................26

Year-by-Year Leaders / Team Statistics............................................27

Coaching Records...........................................................................28

BSU’s All-time Series versus Opponents.....................................29-32

Year-by-Year Results..................................................................33-35

School Information

BSU Gymnasium/Memorial Hall......................................................36

Welcome to Bemidji........................................................................37

This is Bemidji State University........................................................38

BSU Athletic Facilities......................................................................39

Beaver Pride: The Team Behind the Teams......................................40

Media Information / NCAA Rules Compliance...........................41-42

Bemidji State Administration ..........................................................43

Department of Athletics Staff & Directory........................................44

2008-09 Schedule........................................................................ OBC

Bemidji State Quick Facts

Enrollment:....................................................... 5,020 Location/Founded: ........ Bemidji, Minn. 56601 (1919) Population..30,000 (reflects city and surrounding area) Conference:..................Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .........NCAA Division II (NCAA I-Hockey) Nickname: .................................................... Beavers School Colors: ............... Green (PMS 329) and White Home Court: ........................BSU Gymnasium (2,500) Press Row Phone:.........................(218) 755-3620 President: ............ Dr. Jon E. Quistgaard (Arizona ‘79) Athletic Director:.......... Dr. Rick Goeb (North Dakota St.‘89) SeniorWomen’sAdministrator................................................. SarahLevesque(NorthDakota’00) SWA Phone:.............................................(218) 755-2142 Head Athletic Trainer: ...............................Bill Crews Athletic Trainer Phone:....................... (218) 755-2769 Compliance Coordinator: .................Sarah Levesque Compliance Phone:......................(218) 755-2142 Ticket Manager:.........................................Pam Papp Ticket Phone:..................................... (218) 755-2045 Athletic Administrative Assistant: ...... Debbie Slough Athletic Phone: .................................. (218) 755-2941 Athletic Fax: . ..................................... (218) 755-3898

Athletic Media Relations

Director: ................ Brad Folkestad(Bemidji State‘01) AMR Phone: ....................................... (218) 755-4603 AMR Fax:............................................ (218) 308-1115 AMR Cell:.....................................(218) 308-1115 AMR Email:..................bfolkestad@bemidjistate.edu Assistant AMR:.....................Troy Berneking (UMCrookston‘04) Assistant Phone:................................. (218) 755-2763 Assistant Home:.................................. (218) 370-2039 Assistant Email:..........tberneking@bemidjistate.edu Graduate Assistant:.............................................Cedrique Flemming

Graduate Assistant Email:..........cflemming@bemidjistate.edu Volleyball/Basketball Press Row:..(218) 755-3620 Web site: ................ www.bemidjistate.edu/athletics

Program History

First year of women’s basketball:................. 1967 Overall record (41 years):.......... 472-509-1 (.481) Years in post-season play:..................................0 Northern Sun (NSC) Championships:................ 3 (1980, 1986, 1987) Northern Sun Intercollegiate (NSIC) Championships:.......0

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:..............Mike Curfman (Concordia ‘92) Head Coach Email:mcurfman@bemidjistate.edu Women’s Basketball Office Phone:..... (218) 755-3783 Record at School:........................ 40-44 Fourth season Career Record:........................105-145 -Tenth season Assistant Coach:........ Krissi Super (North Dakota ‘00) Graduate Assistant:....... Denae Fisher (Bemidji State ‘07

Team Information Credits:

The 2008-09 Bemidji State University Women’s Basketball Media Guide is a production of the Bemidji State University Athletic Media Relations Department. All Rights Reserved. The 2008-09 version of this media guide was written, designed and edited by Assistant Athletic Media Relations Director Troy Berneking using the Adobe Creative Suite on a Macintosh MacBook. Research, editorial and technical assistance provided by Director of Marketing and Communications Rose Jones, Athletic Media Relations Director Brad Folkestad, Graduate Assistant Cedrique Flemming, and student assistants Tim Adam, Eric Story, Alayna Skibness, Garrett Kollin, and Kellen Noga. Printing: Arrow Printing Bemidji, Minn. Outside cover design: Arrow Printing, Bemidji, Minn. Inside cover design: Troy Berneking. Photos: John Swartz, BSU Photo Services. For additional copies of this publication, contact the BSU Athletic Media Relations Office at (218) 755-2763 or mail check or money order of $5.00 to BSU Athletic Media Relations: WBB Media Guide, 1500 Birchmont Drive NE #29, Bemidji, MN 56601.

2007-08 Record:..................13-15 (9-9 NSIC, 6th) Starters Returning/Lost:....................................... 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 6/5 Newcomers..............................................................8

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2008-09 Season Outlook.................................................................................................................

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hen a team loses a pair of seniors which have provided on-court leadership and been in the top-four in scoring over the past three campaigns, one might think that team is set up for a rebuilding season. With seven returners and the addition of eight newcomers, seven of which are freshmen there is a hint of optimism at Bemidji State University. “Yes, we lost three seniors, but we have a good talented group returning,” commented head coach Mike Curfman. “I think as the season goes along our young players will adjust to the speed of the college game. Even though the perception may be that it should be a rebuilding year since we lost a lot last season, I believe we have talented returners and with what we added I think we can do as well as we have done in the past if not better.” The biggest question Curfman and the 2008-09 Beavers will need to answer comes at the point guard position, where first-team All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference starter Amy Lawson had been for the past four seasons. Sophomore Hallie Hoganson will be handed the reins to the Beavers offense, after seeing minimal time during her freshman campaign. Junior college transfer Kim Rosecrans will also play the point this season. Hoganson played in 27-of-28 games last season garnering six starts. The 5-foot-7 guard logged 13.4 minutes per tilt while averaging 1.8 points per contest last season for the Beavers. Rosecrans spent her freshman and sophomore seasons at Central Lakes Community College and has two years of eligibility left with the Beavers. The Crosby-Ironton, Minn. native was an All-MCAC (Minnesota College Athletic Conference) and an All-North Division First Team member while being named to the NJCAA All-Region Team in 2006. In 2005-06 she led the Raiders with 18.3 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game at Central Lakes College. A quick learner, she can also play the off-guard for the Beavers. Freshman Samantha Baldwin could also see time on the ball this year, as she is one of six freshmen this season for the Beavers. Baldwin comes to BSU after a stellar high school career at Grafton H.S. in North Dakota. She will provide a solid offensive presence along with great play making ability. The 5-foot-7 freshman has good court awareness and has the skills to be a very solid point guard. Senior Kristina Salscheider closed out last year on fire as she recorded back-to-back double-digit point scoring games while shooting 9-for-13 from the field (69.2%) while shooting 2-for-4 from behind the three point arc (50.0%). When in the zone, Salscheider is the Beavers’ most dangerous threat from long range. She has the ability to slash and create off the dribble which will aid the Beavers on the offensive end. “Our guard play this season will really start with Heidi Matzke,” Curfman said. “This season she is going to be a player that may have to play some point guard, shooting guard or even some small forward. It all will depend on how everyone else around her develops.” Matzke, a member of the All-NSIC third team last year, was second on the team in scoring at 14.7 points per game while averaging 15.4 points in NSIC play, which was second on the team. Look for Matzke to provide great leadership and be one of the Beavers’ top offensive threats this season. The Red Lake Falls, Minn. native has averaged over 12 points per game the last two seasons. The 5-foot-8 senior guard is also a good rebounder and has proven to be a great leader and a tough competitor during the course of her career. Newcomers Sydney Epema and Samantha Spaeth round out the backcourt for the Beavers. “One of the areas we felt needed improvement from last year was threepoint shooting,” said Curfman. “We think that we have four or five players that are pretty good three point shooters and hopefully with the addition of Sydney Epema and Samantha Spaeth will help us improve in this area.” Epema can shoot it, as evident by her high school numbers. She holds the record for most three pointers made in a season with 62 at Crookston High School and is the all-time leader in three-pointers made and attempted at CHS. She will help the outside game for the Beavers with her excellent threepoint shooting. Spaeth is another young player with a great upside. She has great scoring ability as she is the all-time leader in career free-throw percentage in the state of Minnesota and is a very talented three-point shooter. The 5-foot-7 guard is very versatile as she can play point guard and shooting guard. She is a player that will help BSU on the offensive and defensive end with her toughness and great athletic ability. Senior forward Melissa Roberts and sophomore forward Colleen McKay epitomize Curfman’s description of versatile players. Roberts shows more of her versatility on the defensive end, while McKay demonstrates her different abilities on offense. The duo’s success and leadership will certainly influence the team’s success this season. Roberts, one of six players to see time in all 28 games last season garnered 17.1 minutes per game while grabbing 2.6 rebounds and netting 3.0 points per game last season. She has the athletic ability to defend the opposing teams’ offensive threat. Look for Roberts’ scoring numbers to be up this year. “After a great freshman season, we look for Colleen McKay to be an inside presence for us at the four spot,” said Curfman. “She is a post that can be

physical inside, but still has the offensive capabilities to step out and make a three-pointer.” McKay a versatile offensive threat, was fifth on the team in scoring last season at 9.0 points per game. The Barnum, Minn. native can score from inside and outside and is a solid contributor on the glass. She committed to getting stronger in the offseason and her ability to put the ball on the floor and get to the free-throw line more could help her consistently put up solid offensive numbers this season. Rounding out the forward position for the Beavers are freshmen Megan Bates, Taylor Davis and Kiki Phillips. Bates will provide a solid defensive presence and a good mid-range game. She is very versatile and has the ability to play two or three positions for the Beavers, depending on how she matures during her first year. At 5-foot-11, Bates has the ability to be a great play maker on offense while being a shut down defender on the defensive side of the ball. Davis is another Crookston High School graduate who is another versatile player who can face the basket as well as post up. She has a good mid-range game as she shot over 50-percent from the floor her senior season and over 75-percent from the free-throw line. Phillips will provide solid defense and a good offensive game as she can play inside and outside. She can face the basket or post up and has great range in her shot. The 5-foot-10 forward is a good rebounder and has proven to be a tough competitor. “In the center position this year we look for Jenny Wenlund to step in and provide a great defensive presence for us,” said Curfman. “At 6-4, she can give us stability in the middle and help us on the defensive end of the floor.” “We also look for Katie Jamnick to help out in the middle this season,” commented Curfman. “She provided a good physical post presence, and has some scoring touch being able to step out and hit the three-point shot.” Wenlund will anchor the post position for the Beavers. Wenlund is coming off a medical redshirt year due to an ankle injury she suffered during the 2007-08 preseason. Now with a full healthy summer to prepare for her senior season, the Beavers can turn to the center to have a consistent season. The tallest Beaver on the team at 6-foot-4, she produced good numbers in limited time as a junior. She has the tools to be a very good low post scorer and is good at making herself available in the paint. Wenlund has improved on defense and her shot-blocking ability will help make her presence known down low. Jamnick is a junior forward/center who has expanded her game since arriving on campus. Despite her limited minutes when she has been on the floor she has shown how productive she can be. Her intelligence has helper her game get better, as has her ability to be a presence in the paint to develop as a good shot blocker. Bemidji, Minn., native Kelsey Nelson is the Beavers other center. At 6-foot-1, Nelson is the tallest of the 2007-08 recruits and will be looked upon to help shore up the post position for the Beavers this season. She continues to develop her basketball skills with great work ethic and has the ability to be a solid post player for the Beavers. The Beavers lost nearly 55-percent of its scoring from a year ago, and the question is what will be the key to have success early in the season? “The key for us to have success early in the season is for our returners to be great leaders and role models for our younger players,” Curfman said. “If our returners can help in guiding the newcomers during the early part of the season, I believe we will be able to get off to a pretty good start.” The 2008-09 schedule will be another difficult and challenging one for BSU. After an exhibition versus NCAA Division I opponent South Dakota the team sets out for St. Paul, Minn., to open the season versus Metro State University and Wisconsin-LaCrosse. The Concordia-St. Paul Tournament will rekindle a series with Metro State, the last time the Beavers played MSU was in 2004. It will be the first time BSU has played UW-LaCrosse. BSU will then open up the home portion of its schedule against Mayville State University. BSU will then fire up its conference season with six conference games against NSIC opponents. The Beavers’ first four NSIC contests will be on the road against Upper Iowa, Northern State, MSU Moorhead, and Minnesota, Crookston before returning home on Dec. 12-13 to battle Winona State and Upper Iowa. The Beavers will play one non-conference game on Dec. 19 at Nebraska-Omaha before the Christmas break. With the turn of the calendar year the Beavers dive into the conference season. All sixteen of the Beavers games after the new year are against conference opponents, with it split down the middle with eight games at home and eight games on the road. For the tenth season, the NSIC will cap the season with a conference tournament. The top eight teams at the conclusion of the regular season will qualify for the tournament, with the top four seeds hosting quarterfinal games. The highest remaining seed will welcome the league’s final four teams to the semifinal and championship rounds. The tournament champions earn an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament by way of the North Central Regional, hosted by the region’s top seed.

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Head Coach Mike Curfman

Mike Curfman Curfman Versus...

Head Coach - Fourth Season at BSU

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ike Curfman is in his fourth year as head women’s basketball coach for the Beavers. Curfman has directed Bemidji State University to a 40-44 overall record (.476) in his three seasons while posting a 24-26 (.480) mark in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. Entering his fourth season as head coach, Curfman becomes the third-longest tenured coach in the program’s history, trailing only Doreen Zierer who coached 11 seasons (1990-2002) and Ruth Howe who coached the programs ‘first 10 seasons (1967-77). Curfman will tie Ann Lowdermilk for third longest as Lowdermilk coached four years (1977-1981). In the 2007-08 season, BSU finished with a 13-15 record under Curfman, going 9-9 in the NSIC to finish league play in sixth place.With 13 wins it was the third consecutive season the Beavers have had 10 wins or more. The last time a Beaver squad had three consecutive 10-plus win seasons was from 1990-1993. Rejuvenating a program is nothing new to Curfman, he came to Bemidji State after six years at the helm of the University of Minnesota, Crookston program where three times during his tenure his teams set or equaled school records for wins (2000-01, 2001-02 and 2004-05) and racked up 55 victories during his final four seasons. While at UMC, he helped to elevate the program to the NCAA Division II level. After a 1-26 season in 1999-2000, Curfman directed the Golden Eagles to a school-record nine wins in 2000-01 and increased that record by16 the following year. In 2002-03, under Curfman,UMC made the NSIC tournament for the first time, cruising to the championship game before falling to NCAA Tournament bound University of Minnesota Duluth. Most recently his Golden Eagles tied for fourth place in the NSIC posting a league record of 8-6 while going 16-11 overall and making their first ever appearance in the North Central Regional Polls. He has mentored 10 All-Conference selections as a head coach including 2000-01 NSIC Newcomer of the Year and 2001-02 Player of the Year Jessica Forsline and was himself named as the 2002 NSIC Coach of the Year. Curfman’s teams have done equally as well in the classroom. During his tenure at UMC, the Golden Eagles posted at least a 3.0 team grade point average and finished in the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s Top 10 Academic National Rankings with a team G.P.A. of better than 3.4 in 2004-05. Previous to taking over the UMC program, Curfman was an assistant coach at St. Cloud State University (1994-99), serving as Dr. Lori Ulferts’ top assistant for five seasons. He also coached under Dr. Ulferts at Moorhead State University (1992-94) as an assistant while serving as the head coach of the junior varsity team. He has presented at a number of camps and clinics and is a member of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) and the Minnesota State High School League Coaches Association. A native of Fosston, Minn., Curfman was an Academic All-America selection for the UMC basketball team while earning his A.A.S. degree. He then moved on to Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn. where he graduated in 1992 with his B.A. in Business Administration while captaining the Cobber men’s basketball program. In 1994, Curfman earned his MBA in business administration from Moorhead State University (now Minnesota State University Moorhead) while acting as an assistant coach for the Dragons’ women’s basketball program. Curfman currently resides in Fosston with his wife Michelle, his son Caleb and his daughter Emily.

School Adams State Augustana Bemidji State California-San Diego Carleton Colorado St.-Pueblo Concordia-St. Paul Dakota State Fort Hays State Fort Lewis Grand Canyon Huron Incarnate Word Jamestown Mary (N.D) Master’s Mayville State Metro State Minnesota, Crookston Minnesota Duluth Minnesota-Morris Minnesota State Minnesota State-Moorhead Minot State Morningside Mount Mercy Nebraska-Kearney North Dakota North Dakota State Northern State Northland Baptist St. Cloud State South Dakota State Southeastern Oklahoma Southwest Minnesota State St. Scholastica Texas A&M Kingsville Upper Iowa Valley City State Wayne State (Neb.) Western College Winona State Wisconsin-Parkside Wisconsin-Platteville Wisconsin-Stout

Record against 1-0 1-4 5-7 1-0 1-0 0-1 5-14 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 4-1 0-5 0-1 8-3 1-0 5-1 3-12 7-1 4-4 4-16 0-1 2-0 1-0 0-1 0-8 0-5 6-15 1-0 2-4 0-1 0-1 5-13 1-0 0-1 5-1 4-0 8-10 0-1 11-7 0-1 1-0 1-0

*All records as a head coach only

Curfman in exhibition games... School North Dakota State South Dakota State

Record against 1-1 0-2

The Curfman File

Year School Assignment Overall Record / Conference Record 2007-08 Bemidji State Head Coach 13-15 / 9-9 Northern Sun Intercollegiate 2006-07 Bemidji State Head Coach 14-14 / 9-9 Northern Sun Intercollegiate 2005-06 Bemidji State Head Coach 13-15 / 6-8 Northern Sun Intercollegiate 2004-05 Minnesota, Crookston Head Coach 16-12 / 8-6 Northern Sun Intercollegiate 2003-04 Minnesota, Crookston Head Coach 11-16 / 6-12 Northern Sun Intercollegiate 2002-03 Minnesota, Crookston Head Coach 12-18 / 6-12 Northern Sun Intercollegiate 2001-02 Minnesota, Crookston Head Coach 16-11 / 11-7 Northern Sun Intercollegiate 2000-01 Minnesota, Crookston Head Coach 9-18 / 5-13 Northern Sun Intercollegiate 1999-00 Minnesota, Crookston Head Coach 1-26 / 1-17 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Total Nine Seasons Head Coach 105-145 / 61-93 Northern Sun Intercollegiate 1998-99 St. Cloud State Assistant Coach 18-9 / 9-9 North Central 1997-98 St. Cloud State Assistant Coach 13-14 / 8-10 North Central 1996-97 St. Cloud State Assistant Coach 8-19 / 3-15 North Central 1995-96 St. Cloud State Assistant Coach 14-13 / 8-10 North Central 1994-95 St. Cloud State Assistant Coach 8-19 / 5-13 North Central 1993-94 Moorhead State Graduate Assistant 17-11 / 8-4 Northern Sun Intercollegiate 1992-93 Moorhead State Graduate Assistant 20-9 / 9-3 Northern Sun Intercollegiate

Mike and his wife, Michelle, are the parents of Caleb, 12, and Emily, 9 along with dog Sadie.

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BSU Support Staff................................................................................................................................

Denae Fisher

Graduate Assistant

Second Season

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enae Fisher enters her fourth season as an assistant coach for the Beavers. When Fisher was an undergraduate she spent two seasons on the sidelines as a student assistant coach for Bemidji State. Fisher will begin her second season as a graduate assistant coach for the Beavers this season. A graduate of Falls High School in International Falls, Minn., Fisher was a member of the varsity basketball team and went on to play two seasons for Diefer Humbert at Rainy River Community College before arriving at BSU. She double majored in health and physical education with a developmental adapted physical education minor and a coaching specialty in 2007 from Bemidji State University. Since 2002, Fisher has been involved in the coaching side of the game. During the 2002-03 season she coached the Falls High School seventh grade team. Upon making the move to Bemidji in the fall of 2004, she began working within the Bemidji High School system. The 2004-05 season was spent as the head coach of the ninth grade team while assisting with coaching duties for the varsity squad. She then moved on to a role with the seventh grade Bemidji Bombers team in the spring of 2005. She is the daughter of David and Barbara Fisher and is seeking her master’s degree in sports studies at Bemidji State University.

Jenna Elgin Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer Second Season

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n her second season at Bemidji State University, Jenna Elgin is responsible for athletic training services supplied to the BSU women’s basketball team. In addition to basketball, Elgin also works closely with the Beaver football team and a variety of other athletic programs. Elgin graduated from the University of North Dakota in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science degree in athletic training and is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association-Board of Certification. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in education at Bemidji State University.

Krissi Super

Assistant Coach Second Season at Bemidji State uper is in her second season at Bemidji State serving S as both an assistant women’s basketball coach and the institution’s head women’s golf coach. She came to

BSU after spending four years in the high school ranks. She spent two years as a Communication Arts/Literature teacher at the Bemidji Area Schools, teaching English for grades 9-12 at the Lumberjack Alternative High School. During her stint at the Bemidji Area Schools, Super was also the one-act play director. From August 2003 to March 2005 she was a long-term substitute English teacher at Wyndmere Public Schools where she taught English for seventh, eighth, ninth and eleventh grades. During Supers’ two-year stop at Wyndmere she was the head girls volleyball coach, where she led the Warriors to their first-ever state tournament appearance in 2003. She was also the assistant boys basketball coach during her time at Wyndmere Public Schools. Along with teaching high school students, Super has been a guest speaker at area high schools, speaking on peer pressure, respect and pride. Prior to her jump to the teaching ranks, Super was a sports announcer, news assistant and DJ for Thief River Falls Radio (2000-2002). During her time there she covered over 100 games, including boys and girls basketball, women’s college basketball, high school and college volleyball, softball, baseball, girls hockey and football sideline reporting. Along with covering games, Super compiled news stories, conducted interviews, produced advertising, and worked with public relations and promotions. In addition to her time at Thief River Falls Radio, she worked as a sports anchor/reporter at Studio One Television at the University of North Dakota for two years. On the basketball court, Super was a member of the 3-time Division II National Championship Basketball Team at the University of North Dakota. During her high school career at Badger-Greenbush-Middle River, Super compiled 2,804 points in her career which sits her in eighth place on the all-time scorers list for Minnesota girls basketball. In addition to her coaching experience at Wyndmere, Super is the founder and director of Super Camps, which began in June 1997. She organizes and instructs Super Hooper Basketball camps for boys and girls grades K-6 in northwestern Minnesota. Super has received degrees from two different institutions. In May 2000 she graduated from the University of North Dakota with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and then received her second Bachelor of Arts degree from Minnesota State University Moorhead in May 2005 in secondary education-communication arts/ literature. Super resides in Bemidji with her husband, Jeremy Popp, and their rescued cats.

Karlee Simonson

Student Assistant First Season imonson is in her first full season as a student assistant at Bemidji State University. Her main responsibilities will be to help conduct drills at practice along with assisting in game day operations. She joins the Beaver coaching staff after a four year basketball career with the Bemidji State women’s basketball program. During her career, Simonson played in 77 games for BSU netting 698 total points (9.1 ppg), 455 rebounds (5.9 rbg), 128 assists (1.7 apg) and 134 steals (1.74 spg) in her four years wearing the green and white. Simonson is currently student teaching and is an assistant volleyball coach at LaPorte High School. She will earn her degree in life science/ secondary education at the end of the 2008 fall semester.

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Numerical and Alphabetical Rosters

2007-08 Roster and Breakdown Numerical No. Name

3 4 5 10 12 14 15 22 23 24 31 33 43 45 50

Hallie Hoganson Kristina Salscheider Samantha Baldwin Heidi Matzke Kiki Phillips Samantha Spaeth Melissa Roberts Kim Rosecrans Taylor Davis Sydney Epema Katherine Jamnick Megan Bates Jenny Wenlund Colleen McKay Kelsey Nelson

Pos. G G/F PG G F G F G F G F/C G C F/C C

Ht.

5-7 5-10 5-6 5-9 5-10 5-7 5-9 5-0 5-9 5-7 6-0 5-11 6-4 6-0 6-1

Yr.

Hometown (Last School)

So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr.

Detroit Lakes, Minn. (Detroit Lakes HS) Cass Lake, Minn. (Southwest Baptist University) St. Thomas, N.D. (Grafton HS) Red Lake Falls, Minn. (Lafayette HS) Spencer, Wis. (Spencer HS) Hawley, Minn (Hawley HS) Staples, Minn. (Staples HS) Crosby-Ironton, Minn. (Central Lakes College) Crookston,Minn. (Crookston HS) Crookston,Minn. (Crookston HS) Soudan, Minn. (Tower-Soudan HS) Brainerd, Minn. (Brainerd HS) Elk River, Minn. (Elk River Area HS/St. Cloud State) Barnum, Minn. (Barnum HS) Bemidji, Minn. (Bemidji HS)

Alphabetical No. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

Hometown (Last School)

33 5 23 24 3 31 10 45 50 12 15 22 4 14 43

G PG F G G F/C G F/C C F F G G/F G C

5-11 5-6 5-9 5-7 5-8 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-1 5-10 5-9 5-4 5-10 5-7 6-4

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr.

Brainerd, Minn. (Brainerd HS) St. Thomas, N.D. (Grafton HS) Crookston,Minn. (Crookston HS) Crookston,Minn. (Crookston HS) Detroit Lakes, Minn. (Detroit Lakes HS) Soudan, Minn. (Tower-Soudan HS) Red Lake Falls, Minn. (Lafayette HS) Barnum, Minn. (Barnum HS) Bemidji, Minn. (Bemidji HS) Spencer, Wis. (Spencer HS) Staples, Minn. (Staples HS) Crosby-Ironton, Minn. (Central Lakes College) Cass Lake, Minn. (Southwest Baptist University) Hawley, Minn (Hawley HS) Elk River, Minn. (Elk River Area HS/St. Cloud State)

Megan Bates Samantha Baldwin Taylor Davis Sydney Epema Hallie Hoganson Katherine Jamnick Heidi Matzke Colleen McKay Kelsey Nelson Kiki Phillips Melissa Roberts Kim Rosecrans Kristina Salscheider Samantha Spaeth Jenny Wenlund

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Mike Curfman (Concordia College, 1992) Assistant Coach: Krissi Super (North Dakota, 2000) Graduate Assistant Coach: Denae Fisher (Bemidji State, 2007) Student Assistant Coach: Karlee Simonson

Pronounciation Guide Heidi MATZKE

MATT-ski

By Class SENIORS (4) Salscheider, Matzke, Roberts, and Wenlund JUNIORS (2) Rosecrans and Jamnick SOPHOMORES (2) Hoganson and McKay FRESHMEN (7) Baldwin, Phillips, Spaeth, Davis, Epema, Bates, and Nelson By State/Country UNITED STATES (13) WISCONSIN (1) Phillips (Spencer) MINNESOTA (11) Hoganson (Detroit Lakes) Jamnick (Soudan) Matzke (Red Lake Falls) McKay (Barnum) Roberts (Staples) Salscheider (Cass Lake) Wenlund (Elk River) Spaeth (Hawley) Rosecrans (Crosby-Ironton Davis (Crookston) Epema (Crookston) Bates (Brainerd) Nelson (Bemidji) NORTH DAKOTA (1) Baldwin (St. Thomas) By Height Wenlund Nelson Jamnick McKay Bates Phillips Salscheider Davis Roberts Matzke Epema Hoganson Spaeth Baldwin Rosecrans

6-4 6-1 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-9 5-9 5-8 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-0

By Position POINT GUARD (1) Baldwin GUARD (7) Hoganson, Matzke, Spaeth, Rosecrans, Epema, Bates and Salscheider FORWARD (3) Roberts,Phillips and Davis FOWARD/CENTER (2) Jamnick,McKay CENTER (2) Nelson, Wenlund

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Heidi Matzke

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Senior / Guard 5-8 Red Lake Falls, Minn. Lafayette High School

2007-08 (Junior): Played in all 28 games earning 27 starts while fouling out of four contests...was an All-NSIC Third Team selection averaging 30.7 minutes per game and was second on the team in scoring with 14.7 points per game, the highest of her career... scored double-digit points in 21 contests...notched a new career-high with 32 points versus the University of Minnesota, Crookston (2/10/08)...led the Beavers in scoring eight times...BSU was 5-3 when Matzke led the Beavers in points...was first on the team in made three-pointers with 37 along with first on the team with 125 three point attempts...was third on the team with a free-throw percentage of .709 (73-103)...recorded a .410 field-goal percentage (151-368)...second on the team with 2.6 assists per contest... recorded two double-double performances while leading the team with five twenty-point games...Matzke was named NSIC Player of the Week for her efforts on Feb. 10, 2008 at Minnesota, Crookston...the award was the first of its kind for the junior guard. 2006-07 (Sophomore): Played in all 28 games earning 24 starts garnering All-NSIC Honorable Mention Honors last season... averaged 26.5 minutes per game and was third on the team in scoring with a 12.4 average...scored double-digit points in 19 contests... recorded a career-high of 26 points in back-to-back games against Upper Iowa and Southwest Minnesota State on Jan. 20 and 26 of 2007...led the Beavers in scoring seven times...BSU was 4-3 when Matzke led the Beavers in points...was second on the team in made three-pointers with 35 along with second on the team with 102 three point attempts...led the team in field goal attempts with 312...recorded a .420 field-goal percentage (131-312)...second on the team with 3.3 assists per contest.

Matzke’s Career Highs

Points: 32 at Minnesota, Crookston, 2/10/08 FG made: 13 at Minnesota, Crookston, 2/10/08 FG attempts: 23 at Minnesota, Crookston 2/10/08 3Pt FG made: 6 Minnesota, Crookston, 2/10/08 3Pt FG attempts: 11 at Minnesota, Crookston, 2/10/08 FT made: 8 - two times FT attempts: 12 vs University of Mary (1/12/08) Rebounds: 13 vs. University of Mary 1/12/08 Assists: 10 vs. Carleton, 12/31/05 Steals: 4 at Minnesota, Crookston, 2/10/08 Blocked Shots: 3 vs. Wayne State, 1/27/07 Minutes: 42 vs. Minnesota, Duluth, 2/12/07

2005-06 (Freshman): Played in 27 games earning starts in 16 while fouling out of one (11/25/05 at Nebraska-Kearney)...averaged over 22 minutes per game...posted the team’s most efficient single-game performance at the free-throw line netting a perfect 3-for-3...scored 10-or-more points on nine occasions...recorded a career-high 13 points versus Jamestown (12/3/05) and matched it the following night versus Dakota State (12/4/05)...rang in the new year with her first collegiate double-double combining 12 points with a career-best 10 assists in a win over Carleton (12/31/05)...BSU was 7-2 when Matzke posted at least 10 points...finished the season sixth on the team in the scoring column with 7.3 points per game...was second on the team with 70 assists. Lafayette High School Career: A participant on the Lafayette High School basketball team for five years, Matzke set the school’s alltime girl’s basketball scoring mark with 1,733 career points...as a senior she netted an average of 13.5 points, 3.1 rebounds and 3.1 assists as Lafayette High posted a 25-3 overall record on its way to sub-section runner-up and conference championship accolades... during her career, LHS rolled up a 70-28 overall record...Matzke is a four-time All-Northern Galaxy Conference selection while being named to the All-State team by the Minnesota Coaches Association and to the All-State Honorable Mention team by the Associated Press as a senior...Matzke also participated in volleyball and track and field at Lafayette High, twice garnering volleyball all-conference honors and being a member of the sub-section record-holding 4x200 and 4x400-meter relay teams...she was an honor student and a constant on the Lafayette High School Honor Roll. Personal: Born July 28, 1987 in Thief River Falls, Minn...She is the daughter of Cheryl Matzke...followed three sisters who each played collegiate sports...Nikki participated in volleyball at MSU Moorhead, Erika and Erin each played basketball at Concordia College...she is majoring in business administration with an emphasis in marketing with a minor in sport management at BSU.

Matzke’s Stats at BSU

YR GP FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB PF FO A BLK STL 2005-06 27 77-208 .370 19-64 .297 23-38 .605 67 59 1 70 4 17 2006-07 28 131-312 .420 35-102 .343 50-74 .676 84 59 1 79 11 19 2007-08 28 151-368 .410 37-125 .296 73-103 .709 137 79 4 73 6 35 Total 83 359-888 .404 91-291 .313 146-215 .679 288 197 6 222 21 71

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PTS AVG 196 7.3 347 12.4 412 14.7 955 11.5

Melissa Roberts

Senior / Forward 5-9 Staples, Minn. Staples-Motley High School

2007-08 (Junior): Played in all 28 games while earning 12 starts...notched double-digit points once last season pouring in 10 points vs. St. Scholastica (11/24/08)...averaged 17.1 minutes per game averaging 3.0 points per game, 2.6 rebounds per game and 0.9 assists per game...had a shooting percentage of .337 (29-86) and a .348 (16-46) three point shooting percentage...recorded a season high 74 rebounds, which was sixth best among her teammates...her sixteen three pointers was fourth on the squad. 2006-07 (Sophomore): Played in all 28 games while starting 4 contests...netted 10 or more points in three contests...was the second leading scorer in the Beavers NSIC playoff game versus Northern State on Feb. 28, 2007 with 11 points...averaged 3.3 points per game, 1.1 assists per game, and 1.5 rebounds in 12 minutes per tilt...had a shooting percentage of .384 (33-86) and a .343 (12-35) three point shooting percentage. 2005-06 (Freshman): Burst on to the scene as a freshman netting 12 points in her first game in the green and white at Mayville State (11/15/05)...grabbed a career-high nine rebounds to lead BSU on the glass versus Upper Iowa (11/19/05)...played in 27 games hearing her name in the starting line-up six times...averaged over seven points and 3.5 rebounds per start...finished the season netting 3.2 points with 1.8 rebounds in nearly 12 minutes per tilt... was third on the team with a shooting percentage of .421 (32-76)...her 13 three-pointers tied her for fourth on the squad...wore number 31 in her first season at BSU.

Roberts’ Career Highs Points: FG made: FG attempts: 3Pt FG made: 3Pt FG attempts: FT made: FT attempts: Rebounds: Assists: Steals: Blocked Shots: Minutes:

12 at Mayville State, 11/15/05 5 at Mayville State, 11/15/05 9 - two times 3 - two times 5 - three times 4 vs. Upper Iowa, 11/19/05 5 vs. Upper Iowa, 11/19/05 9 vs. Upper Iowa, 11/19/05 4 - four times 2 - ten times 1 - eight times 33 vs. Upper Iowa, 11/19/05

Staples-Motley High School Career: Averaged 8.5 points, 7.2 rebounds, 2.9 steals and 1.7 assists as a senior for Staples-Motley High School ...Roberts was the Cardinals’ leading rebounder totaling 135 on the season...she was 40.1 percent from the field and 74 percent from the free-throw line...selected as the team’s Most Valuable Player at the conclusion of the 2004-05 campaign...was named to the Brainerd All-Christmas Tournament team...selected All-Brainerd Area...the Co-Captain earned all-conference (2003-05) and all-section awards...earned a spot on the Minnesota All-Star team as a senior...selected as the Athlete of the Year at SMHS in 2005...also participated in volleyball, softball and track and field as a prep...a constant on the SMHS Honor Roll, she graduated with honors. Personal: Born March 18, 1987 in Little Falls, Minn...she is the daughter of Steve and Susan Roberts...her brother Lee was a four-year (2002-06) member of the Minnesota, Crookston basketball team where he was selected as team captain as a senior...Roberts is a business management & entrepreneurial small business major at BSU.

Roberts’ Stats at BSU

YR GP FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. 2005-06 27 32-76 .421 13-36 .361 10-21 .467 2006-07 28 33-86 .384 12-35 .343 15-22 .682 2007-08 28 29-86 .337 16-46 .348 10-17 .588 Total 83 94-248 .379 41-117 .350 35-60 .583

REB PF FO 10-38 33 0 13-29 45 0 24-50 74 2 47-117 152 2

A BLK STL 14 2 8 32 3 8 25 5 19 71 10 35

PTS AVG 87 3.2 93 3.3 84 3.0 264 3.2

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Kristina Salscheider

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Junior / Guard/Forward 5-10 Cass Lake, Minn. Southwest Baptist University

2007-08 (Junior): Appeared in all 28 games starting three contests...netted double-digit points twice during her junior campaign including a career-high 11 points in the Beavers NSIC Tournament game against the University of Mary...averaged 2.8 points per game, 1.1 rebounds per game and 0.4 assists in 10.5 minutes per tilt. At Southwest Baptist University (2005-07): She twice led SBU in scoring, netting 14 points in a victory over Western State (Colo.) University as a freshman and dropped in a career-best 15 last winter as the Bearcats defeated Central Methodist (Mo.) University. While playing in the Mid-America Athletic Conference, the nation’s leading Division II conference in women’s basketball attendance, she was selected to the MIAA All-Academic Team. Cass Lake-Bena High School Career: Salscheider led the Panthers in scoring as a senior putting up 15.2 points per game while posting a field goal percentage of 60 percent, hitting 31 percent from beyond the arc. She also piled up 101 assists and accumulated 97 steals as a prep. She led CL-B to the Minnesota State High School Girls Basketball Tournament in 2005 en route to earning First Team All-Region 6A recognition and a selection to the AP All-State Honorable Mention Team. Personal: Born February 22, 1987 in Bemidji, Minn...She is the daughter of Dr. Karl and Dorothy Salscheider... Karl served as the head men’s basketball coach at BSU for 13 seasons (1981-85 and 1987-95) and is currently a professor of health at Bemidji State University...she follows her older sister and brother who have also played collegiate and professional basketball...Lynnea played two years at St. Cloud State University and Keith has played professional basketball in Australia, Denmark and New Zealand...is a design technology-print major at BSU.

Salscheider’s Stats at Southwest Baptist

YR GP FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB PF FO 2005-06 27 25-71 .352 10-30 .333 10-20 .500 16 26 0 2006-07 20 18-40 .450 2-11 ..182 4-8 .500 17 12 0 Total 47 43-111 .387 12-41 .293 14-28 .500 33 38 0

A BLK STL 15 1 3 10 0 3 25 1 6

PTS AVG 70 2.6 42 2.1 112 2.4

Salscheider’s Stats at BSU

YR GP FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB PF FO A BLK STL PTS AVG 2007-08 28 32-95 .337 10-36 .278 5-9 .556 11-21 38 0 12 0 12 79 2.8 Total 28 32-95 .337 10-36 .278 5-9 .556 11-21 38 0 12 0 12 79 2.8

Jenny Wenlund

Salscheider’s Career Highs

Points: 11 at University of Mary, 3/1/08 FG made: 5 at University of Mary, 3/1/08 FG attempts: 8 vs. Minnesota State, 1/22/08 3Pt FG made: 2 - two times 3Pt FG attempts: 4 - two times FT made: 3 vs. Minnesota State, 1/22/08 FT attempts: 4 vs. Minnesota State, 1/22/08 Rebounds: 5 vs. Northern State, 1/11/08 Assists: 2 - three times Steals: 3 vs. St. Scholastica, 11/24/07 Blocked Shots: none Minutes: 29 at University of Mary, 3/1/08

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Senior / Center 6-4 Elk River, Minn. Elk River Area High School/St. Cloud State 2007-08: Medical Redshirt due to an ankle injury.

2006-07 (Junior): Saw time in all 28 games her junior season...in her second year of competitive basketball she recorded 1.6 points per game and 2.3 rebounds per game...had a .404 shooting percentage (19-47)...recorded a career high nine points and 11 rebounds versus Wisconsin-Platteville on Dec. 28, 2006...was third on the team with 10 blocks. 2005-06 (Sophomore): Saw time in 16 games as a sophomore....participated in her first season of competitive basketball...scored a career-high four points in 15 minutes at Northern State (1/14/06)...was perfect from the freethrow line at NSU and finished the season ranked second on the team with an .800 free-throw percentage. Elk River Area High School Career: A four-year letterwinnrer on the hockey team and garnered four golf letters...on the ice she earned three all-conference awards while being named all-conference honorable mention as a freshman...helped the team to the Minnesota State High School Hockey Tournament as a senior...placed fifth in the state golf tournament and was four times selected all-conference. Personal: Born June 4, 1985 to Larry and Debbie Wenlund in Coon Rapids, Minn...At 6-4 is the tallest player in the 40-year history of women’s basketball at BSU...graduated with a degree in exercise science in May of 2008 and is currently working towards a sport management degree.

Wenlund’s Stats at BSU

YR GP FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB PF 2005-06 16 4-12 .333 0-0 .000 4-5 .800 11 4 2006-07 28 19-47 .404 0-0 .000 6-19 .316 65 31 2007-08 Medical Redshirt Total 44 23-59 .390 0-0 .000 10-24 .417 76 35

FO A BLK STL PTS AVG 0 2 0 0 12 0.8 0 6 10 6 44 1.6 0

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Wenlund’s Career Highs

Points: 9 vs. Wisconsin-Platteville, 12/28/06 FG made: 4 vs. Wisconsin-Plateville, 12/28/06 FG attempts: 9 vs. Wisconsin-Plateville, 12/28/06 3Pt FG made: none 3Pt FG attempts: none FT made: 2 - three times FT attempts: 2 - ten times Rebounds: 11 vs. Wisconsin-Platteville, 12/28/06 Assists: 1 - eight times Steals: 2 - two times Blocked Shots: 2 - three times Minutes: 17 at Upper Iowa, 12/28/06

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Katherine Jamnick Junior / Forward / Center 6-0 Soudan, Minn. Tower-Soudan High School

2007-08 (Sophomore): Saw time in 26 of the Beavers 28 games earning two starts...recorded five double-digit scoring performances including a career-high 13 points at the University of Mary (2/15/08)...led the Beavers with 16 blocks (0.6 pg)...led the Beavers in scoring twice and blocks ten times last season...shot .389 percent from the field (35-90) and .250 from behind the arc (2-8)...was a first time member on the 2007-08 NSIC Winter All-Academic Team. 2006-07 (Freshman): Participated in 25 games last season averaging 4.5 minutes per contest...recorded a careerhigh six points in a win over Minnesota State (1/16/07)...and grabbed a career-high seven rebounds in a win over Wisconsin-Platteville (12/28/06)...recorded eight blocked shots and shot nearly 34 percent from the field (11-33).

Jamnick’s Career Highs

Points: 13 at University of Mary, 2/15/08 FG made: 6 vs. University of Mary, 2/15/08 FG attempts: 11 at University of Mary , 2/15/08 3Pt FG made: 1 - two times 3Pt FG attempts: 2 vs. Winona State, 2/22/08 FT made: 5 vs. University of Mary, 1/12/08 FT attempts: 6 vs. University of Mary, 1/12/08 Rebounds: 7 vs. Wisconsin-Platteville, 12/28/06 Assists: 2 - two times Steals: 3 - two times Blocked Shots: 3 vs. Winona State, 2/22/08 Minutes: 28 at Northern State, 2/16/08

Tower-Sudan High School Career: A three-sport athlete at Tower-Soudan High School, Jamnick earned a total of 10 varsity letters as a prep...a starter for the Golden Eagles’ basketball team since she was in eighth grade, she was a five-time letter winner and was named All-St. Louis County Conference three times...en route to leading TowerSoudan to a Region 7A Championship and a berth in the 2004-05 Minnesota State Tournament, Jamnick collected Region 7A All-Tournament Team honors...the conclusion of her junior campaign also brought recognition from The Duluth News Tribune, Hibbing Tribune and Mesabi Daily News as an all-area team selection...at the conclusion of her final season, Jamnick garnered All-State Honorable Mention honors and was named to the Minnesota Elite Team...finished her prep career as a member of the 1,000-point club and grabbed in excess of 1,000 rebounds... she has also participated in back-to-back AAU National Tournaments as a member of the Northern Lights AAU squad...Jamnick was also a two-year starter and three-time letter winner for a Golden Eagles’ volleyball team that earned a sixth place finish in the 2004 Minnesota State Tournament...a member of the National Honor Society, the Tower-Soudan High School Honor Roll honoree has been selected to the National Honor Roll and Who’s Who Among American High School Students. Personal: A native of Ely, Minn....She was born to Joe and Helen Jamnick April 16, 1988...plans to major in nursing while at BSU...brother Steve stands 6-11 and is a center for Gary Holquist at Minnesota Duluth.

Jamnick’s Stats at BSU

YR GP FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB PF FO 2006-07 25 11-33 .333 0-1 .000 4-9 .444 30 17 0 2007-08 26 35-90 .389 2-8 .250 25-40 .625 63 33 0 Totals 51 46-123 .374 2-9 .222 29-49 .592 93 50 0

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PTS AVG 26 1.0 97 3,7 123 2.4

Kimberly Rosecrans Junior / Guard 5-4 Crosby-Ironton, Minn. Crosby-Ironton HS / Central Lakes College

Central Lakes College: Earned All MCAC and was an All-Northern Division First Team member... named to the NJCAA All-Region Team in 2006 and was an NJCAA Player of the Week recipient... During the 2005-06 season Rosecrans led the Raiders with 18.3 points per game, 4.1 rebounds per game, 3.9 assists per game and 2.3 steals per tilt while shooting .377 (152-403) from the field, .323 (20-62) from the three point arc, and .624 (98-157) from the free-throw line in 23 games played. Crosby-Ironton High School Career: She was a member of the first Crosby-Ironton girls basketball team to go to the Minnesota State Girls Basketball Tournament with an 18-9 record...was a 1,000 point scorer during her career for the Rangers...holds the assists and steals record for a single season at Crosby-Ironton with 137 assists and 89 steals in 2004...she also holds the career assists and steals record with 401 assists and 282 steals during her career for the Rangers...averaged 13.8 points per game and 5.1 assists per game as a senior while shooting 73-percent from the charity stripe. Personal: A native of Crosby-Ironton, Minn....She was born to John and Karen Rosecrans January 11, 1986 in Brainerd, Minn.

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Hallie Hoganson

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Sophomore / Guard 5-7 Detroit Lakes, Minn. Detroit Lakes High School

2007-08 (Freshman): Played in 27 of 28 games while earning six starts...recorded three double-digit point games including a career-high 11 points, twice against Colorado State-Pueblo (11/16/07) and St. Scholastica (11/24/07)... was a perfect 3-3 from the three point arc versus Colorado State-Pueblo...averaged 1.8 points per game, 1.4 rebounds per game and 0.7 assists in 13.4 minutes per tilt. Detroit Lakes Career: A three-sport stand-out at Detroit Lakes High School, Hoganson earned three letters in basketball, cross country and track and field for the Lakers...she holds the all-time assist and all-time three point shooting records at Detroit Lakes High School...led the Lakers to five consecutive Mid-State Conference championships and to the state tournament her sophomore and senior seasons, leading DLHS to a third place finish her senior season...she is a 1,000 point scorer at DLHS...a multidimensional student-athlete, Hoganson was also an all-conference performer in track and cross country and participated in the Minnesota State Track and Field meet numerous times during her high school career...Hoganson also excels in the classroom...she is a member of Detroit Lakes High’s “A” Honor Roll, was on the National Honor Society and was a Student Council member. Personal: The daughter of Mike and Jan Hogenson...she was born May 12, 1988 in Danube, Minn....is going to major in nursing at BSU.

Hoganson’s Career Highs Hoganson’s Stats at BSU

YR GP FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB PF FO A BLK STL PTS AVG 2007-08 27 16-70 .229 9-36 .250 8-14 .571 9-30 39 0 18 3 3 49 1.8 Totals 27 16-70 .229 9-36 .250 8-14 .571 9-30 39 0 18 3 3 49 1.8

Colleen McKay Sophomore / Forward 6-0 Barnum, Minn. Barnum High School

Points: 11 twice, (vs. St. Scholastica, 11/24/07) FG made: 5 vs. St. Scholastica, 11/24/07 FG attempts: 1 0 vs. St. Scholastica, 11/24/07 3Pt FG made: 3 vs. CSU-Pueblo, 11/16/07 3Pt FG attempts: 4 - three times FT made: 2 - four times FT attempts: 4 - two times Rebounds: 4 at Mayville State, 1/2/08 Assists: 3 - two times Steals: 1 - three times Blocked Shots: 1 - three times Minutes: 31 at Mayville State, 1/2/08

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2007-08 (Freshman): Made an appearance in 26 of 28 games earning 16 starts during her freshman campaign...made an immediate impact on the court for BSU as she had eleven double-digit scoring games including a career-high performance of 20 points at Mayville State (1//2/08)...in her first collegiate contest she pulled down a career-high 11 rebounds vs. St. Scholastica (11/24/07)...was fifth among her teammates with 9.0 points per game and 4.1 rebounds per contest...shot .426 percent from the field (84-197) while leading the Beavers from behind the arc shooting .538 (14-26)...averaged 22.0 minutes per game which was most among freshmen. Barnum High School Career: A four-time letter winner at Barnum High, she stepped away from the school after leaving quite a footprint on the program. During her four seasons, she piled up a school record of 2,213 points standing as one of just six players in the Northland to top the 2,000-mark. She also set the single-game standard at the school in a 49-point Section 7A Tournament game. For her career, she hit on better than 66-percent of her field goal attempts and helped lead the Bombers to a Section 7A championship and a third place finish at the 2006 Minnesota State High School Tournament. She is a three-time All-Polar League first team selection, earning conference Most Valuable Player honors in both 2006 and 2007. She was named to the Duluth News Tribune All-Tournament team twice and was honored as the media outlets Player of the Week on four occasions. She eclipsed the 1,000-point and 1,000 rebound plateaus by powering her team into the post season, earning a spot on the Wells Fargo All-State Tournament Team. During her senior season she averaged 28 points, 12 rebounds and two blocks per contest, she was named as the Duluth News Tribune’s 2007 Player of the Year, earned a spot on the Pioneer Press All-State Second Team and made her second consecutive appearance on the list of Minnesota Basketball News Top 100 Players in the State. She was also selected as an All-Star by the Minnesota Girl’s Basketball Coaches’ Association. McKay was also a four-year letterwinner in volleyball and track and field. She was a captain of the volleyball team, where she was three times honored as a Polar League All-Conference selection earning first team accolades at the conclusion of her final two campaigns. McKay was equally as successful outside of athletics. In addition to earning four academic awards and being a member of the “A” Honor Roll at BHS, she was invovled in a number of extracurricular activities such as math league, choir, swing choir, student council, National Honor Society and Key Club. Personal: The daughter of Wesley and Irene McKay...she was born November 22, 1988 in Duluth, Minn...following in the footsteps of her sister Heidi who played basketball at Wisconsin-Superior...she will be majoring in nursing at BSU.

McKay’s Stats at BSU

YR GP FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB PF FO A BLK STL PTS AVG 2007-08 26 84-197 .426 14-26 .538 51-80 .638 38-68 56 0 13 6 18 233 9.0 Totals 26 84-197 .426 14-26 .538 51-80 .638 38-68 56 0 13 6 18 233 9.0

McKay’s Career Highs

Points: 20 at Mayville State, 1/2/08 FG made: 8 vs. Wayne State, 12/1/ 07 FG attempts: 13 vs. MSU Moorhead, 2/2/08 3Pt FG made: 3 at MSU Moorhead, 12/7/07 3Pt FG attempts: 3 - three times FT made: 10 at Mayville State, 1/2/08 FT attempts: 12 at Mayville State, 1/2/08 Rebounds: 11 vs. St. Scholastica, 11/24/07 Assists: 2 - three times Steals: 2 - two times Blocked Shots: 1 - six times Minutes: 34 vs. MSU Moorhead, 2/2/08

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Samantha Baldwin

Freshman / Point Guard 5-6 St. Thomas, N.D. Grafton High School

Grafton High School Career: A three-sport athlete at Grafton High School, Baldwin earned five varsity letters in basketball...the 2,000-point career scorer helped lead the Spoilers to a 22-2 record, a District 4 Conference Championship and Conference Tournament Championship her senior year...the five-time All-District performer recorded 16.9 ppg, 7.4 rpg and 7.4 apg while shooting 48-percent from the field, 43.6-percent from the three-point arc and 73.4-percent from the charity stripe during her senior campaign...At the conclusion of her senior season she was a Miss North Dakota Basketball finalist, First Team All-State, a McDonald’s All-American Nominee, a member of the Lions All-Star Team, and the District 4 Senior Athlete of the Year...A three-year letter winner on the Spoilers’ volleyball team, she earned All-District honors her sophomore season while being named Back Row Defensive Player of the Year...she has also been active on the track and on the golf course as she has lettered in track and field three times and golf twice...she was named MVP of the track and field team her sophomore season and qualified for the North Dakota state track meet in the 200, 400, pole vault, and 4 x 100 relay...off the playing surface she has been involved in student council, homecoming, band and youth group. Curfman on Baldwin: “Samantha is a very smart player, not only is she a talented point guard but she is a good scorer. She scored over 2,000 points in her career and helped lead her team to a 22-2 record, so she possesses great leadership skills. I am excited because she is both a great play maker and scorer and I am thrilled to have her join our roster next season.” Personal: A native of St. Thomas, N.D....She was born to Brent and Stephanie Baldwin March 21, 1990 in Grand Forks, N.D...following in the footsteps of her dad who played basketball at Crookston and Mayville State...plans to major in nursing while at BSU.

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Megan Bates Freshman / Guard 5-11 Brainerd, Minn. Brainerd High School

Brainerd High School Career: Bates made the 100-mile trek north to Bemidji to join the women’s basketball program...the two-sport standout at Brainerd High School, was a mainstay on both the Warriors basketball and soccer teams...she was a member of the Warrior basketball program since her freshman season...prior to her senior season Bates was creeping in on 1,000 points for her career and was just 14 rebounds shy of 500...she also had 258 assists and 226 steals prior to her senior season...the Central Lakes all-conference player also was named Ms. Defense (‘05, ‘06, ‘07, and ‘08), Ms. Assists (‘07) and Most Steals (‘05 & ‘07) throughout her career...along with basketball accolades she shined on the soccer field as well...she was named 2006-07 Mid-Fielder of the year, 2007 team MVP, 2007 Minnesota State All-Tournament team, and was a 2007 Central Lakes AllConference team selection...she also shined in the class room as she was selected to the 2007 Central Lakes Scholar Athlete team. Curfman on Bates: “Megan is very versatile and that is one of her great strengths because she can play multiple positions. We have not yet decided exactly what position she will play, she could be more of a Karlee Simonson type player that plays the 3 or 4 position or she could end up playing the 2 or 3 position, that will all depend on how she matures as a player and how her skills best fit her. The thing that is intriguing about her is she has a great up-side and is very versatile.” Personal: A native of Brainerd, Minn....She was born to Mike and Jeri Bates November 24, 1989 in Tuscon, Ariz...plans to major in nursing while at BSU.

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Taylor Davis Freshman / Forward 5-9 Crookston, Minn. Crookston High School

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Crookston High School Career: Davis will make the 90-mile trip east on Highway 2 to Bemidji to join high school teammate Sydney Epema on the BSU women’s basketball team. While at Crookston High School she was a three year starter on the girls basketball team and was a focal point on the Pirates’ 2006 and 2008 State Tournament teams...she was a 1,000-point career scorer ranking in the top five all-time in scoring at Crookston High and was a captain her senior season...Davis averaged 12.2 ppg, 4.2 rpg, and 1.4 apg while shooting at a clip of 51.8-percent from the field and 76.7 from the free throw line her final season...Davis is accomplished in the class room as she is a member of the National Honor Society and was the Miss Crookston Scholarship Pageant Winner in 2007...she has also been an avid member of the Crookston High School band, choir and orchestra. Curfman on Davis: “Taylor is one of those players that is a tough match-up for opponents. She is a little bit under sized for a post but she creates a lot of problems because she is fearless and will challenge bigger post players. She is another one of those student-athletes that we think is very versatile who can face the basket as well as post up. She comes from a great basketball program so we feel she will bring great leadership skills to our program.” Personal: The daughter of Mario and Sheila Davis...she was born June 20, 1989 in Crookston, Minn...Davis is majoring in elementary education at BSU.

Sydney Epema Freshman / Guard 5-7 Crookston, Minn. Crookston High School

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Crookston High School Career: Epema will make the 90-mile trip east on Highway 2 to Bemidji to join the women’s basketball program. While at Crookston High School she was a two-sport standout as a focal point of both the Pirates’ girl’s basketball and softball programs.. .the eight time letter winner (3 letters basketball - 5 letters softball) has been a three year starter for the Pirates girls basketball team...throughout her career she started 60 games averaging 9.5 ppg, 2.5 apg and 2.1 rpg while shooting at a clip of .437 (214-489) from the field and .380 (100-265) from behind the three point arc...Epema was also an .81 percent free-throw shooter during her career...during the 2005-06 season she set the Crookston High School record with 62 three-point field goals made...was a member of two state teams who finished second in 2005-06 and third in 2007-08...a multidimensional student-athlete, Epema is an all-conference performer on the softball field...she is accomplished in the class room as she is a consistent member on the “A” honor roll and has received the Spotlight on Scholarship Gold Certificates, in addition she has been active in student council, Leo club, true players and choir. Curfman on Epema: “One of the reasons we are so excited about Sydney is because she is an excellent three point shooter which is one of our needs for next season. Also, she is a very hard worker, she competes, and she has a great basketball I.Q. I think Sydney is going to be able to come in and help us right away.” Personal: The daughter of Brad and Jana Epema...she was born June 15, 1990 in Crookston, Minn... Epema is majoring in exercise science at BSU.

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Kelsey Nelson

Freshman / Center 6-1 Bemidji, Minn. Bemidji High School

Bemidji High School Career: Nelson captained a team that finished the season with a record of 20-7 during her senior campaign...she was named Most Valuable Player (MVP) during her senior season...during her final two seasons she played in 50 of 53 games for the Lumberjacks while shooting around 50 percent from the field... Nelson, a three year letter winner, earned the Most Improved Player Award her junior season...She was also a member of the Gym Rats AAU basketball team... Nelson becomes the fourth BHS player to move across town to play for the Beavers following Brianna Pfremmer, Lauri Ludeman, and Erica Lyseng...She becomes the second BHS player to play for the Beavers under head coach Mike Curfman. Curfman on Nelson: “I think her best basketball is still out in front of her.” “We are looking to get more height with this recruiting class, we will be losing two senior post players in Karlee Simonson and Stephanie Peterson, so to be able to find someone in our backyard at Bemidji High School is great.” “I think that Kelsey fits what we are trying to do,” commented Curfman. “Academically she is a real solid student and she will bring a great work ethic to our program.” Personal: The daughter of Dean and Kathryn Nelson...she was born October 4, 1989 in Cadillac, Mich....she will be majoring in exercise science at BSU.

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Kiki Phillips

Freshman / Forward 5-10 Spencer, Wis. Spencer High School

Spencer High School Career: A participant on the Spencer High School basketball team for four years, Phillips is a three-time Marawood All-Conference performer and a four-time letterwinner for the Rockets’...During her senior campaign she averaged 14.5 ppg, 7.5 rpg while dishing out 2.0 apg...she was also a captain for three seasons...Phillips also participated in volleyball, track and field, and softball at Spencer High, garnering allconference honors three times in volleyball and softball while receiving one athletic letter in track and field... She is an honor student and has been a constant on the Spencer High School Honor Roll...she was also a two time Marawood Scholar Athlete, WDLB/WOSQ student athlete of the week, and represented Spencer at the Women’s Sports Advocates of Wisconsin banquet. Curfman on Phillips: “She is a very versatile player who can play inside and outside. She will really fill the role of a small forward who can face the basket or post up. She has got great range in her shot and is a good three point shooter. She is a gym rat who loves the game of basketball and I am very excited to add her to our roster.” Personal: Born on May 30, 1990 in Marshfield,Wis...she is the daughter of Troy and Lynn Phillips...she is undecided on a major at BSU.

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Samantha Spaeth

Freshman / Guard 5-7 Hawley, Minn. Hawley High School

Hawley High School Career: A participant on the Hawley High School basketball team for four years, Spaeth set the school’s and the Minnesota State record for career free-throw percentage shooting 87.7-percent (187-213) from the charity stripe during her four years...During her senior campaign she averaged 15.2 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 2.5 apg, and 2.5 spg while shooting a sizzling 51.7-percent from the field, 43.8-percent from the three-point arc and 90.8 percent from the free-throw line, leading her team to a 23-3 record...Spaeth is a two-time Heart O’ Lakes AllConference selection while being named to the All-State Honorable Mention Team by the Minnesota Coaches Association as a senior....she was also named to the KROX All-Tourney team and was selected to participate in the North Central All-Star game at the conclusion of her final season...Spaeth was also a four year letterwinner on the Hawley softball team earning the Nuggets batting title as a sophomore and the golden glove award as a junior... She has also excelled in the classroom being named to the Hawley High Honor Roll, National Honor Society, Academic All-Stars and garnering the Presidential Education Award for Academic Excellence as a freshman. Spaeth’s family athletic talent runs deep as she is the cousin of former Gopher standout Matt Spaeth who is Minnesota’s all-time career leader in receiving yards and receptions by a tight end. Spaeth is currently heading into his second season with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Curfman on Spaeth: “She comes from one of the best high school programs in Northern Minnesota. She is a very talented three point shooter and her free throw percentage speaks for itself. In addition, she is very versatile as she played some point guard and shooting guard in high school. She is someone who we think can help us on the scoring end as well as the defensive end with toughness and great athletic ability.” Personal: The daughter of Bill and Tracy Spaeth...she was born August 10, 1989 in Fargo, N.D...Spaeth is undecided on her major at BSU.

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Bemidji State Basketball .............................................................................................................. Day of the Week Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

2-0 0-0 0-2 1-0 0-1 4-6 6-6

Time of Game Day games (before 6 p.m.) Night games (6 p.m. or later)

4-1 9-14

Location Home games Road games Nuetral site games

7-4 5-10 1-1

Haftime score Leading at the half Trailing at the Half Tied at the half

10-3 3-10 0-2

Rebounding margin More rebounds than opponent Fewer rebounds than opponent Same number of rebounds as opponent

9-5 4-10 0-0

Shooting percentage Higher than opponent Lower than opponent Shot 40% or better Shot less than 40% Hold opponent under 40% Equal to opponent

11-1 2-9 12-5 1-7 6-3 0-1

Free-throw margin Make more free-throws Make fewer free-throws Make same number of free-throws

11-4 1-10 1-1

Turnovers Comitt fewer turnovers Comitt more turnovers Comitt same number of turnovers

12-6 1-8 0-1

Miscellanious vs. Nationally-ranked opponent On television In tournament play In overtime games When hitting more threes than opponent

0-5 7-3 2-2 1-0 4-3

Margin of victory 1-5 points 6-10 points 11-15 points 16-20 points 21+ points

1-5 5-3 3-1 1-0 2-4

Conference affiliations Northern Sun Intercollegiate 9-10 North Central Conference 1-3 Dakota Athletic Conference 1-0 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Association 1-0 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 0-2 Upper Midwest Athletic Conference 1-0 Month Novermber December January February

3-2 2-4 5-4 3-5

2007-08 Season in Review

Significant strides were taken during year three of the Mike Curfman era at Bemidji State University. The Beavers finished the 2007-08 season at 13-15 overall and sixth place in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) at 9-9. BSU’s 13 wins marked the third consecutive season with 13 wins or more which is the first time BSU has garnered 13 wins or more in three consecutive seasons since the 1989-92 seasons. BSU also tallied nine wins in conference play for the second consecutive season which is the first time since the 1986-87 and 1987-88 seasons. One of the keys to Bemidji State’s success last year was establishing the home court advantage at the BSU Gymnasium. For the third consecutive season the Beavers finished the season with a winning record on their home court. Bemidji State was 7-4 at the friendly confines last season, including 6-3 in the NSIC. Two of those four home losses came to ranked opponents, each of which advanced to the 2008 NCAA Tournament. There were several big wins for the Beavers, most notably taking a 92-91 overtime decision over Minnesota State University, Moorhead, snapping a three game losing slide to the Dragons. Bemidji State also defeated Winona State, 84-82, earlier in the season snapping a two game skid to the Warriors. The Beavers went 4-6 during the non-conference slate and started out of the gate fast in conference play, registering their second consecutive 2-0 start to conference play, the first time since 1986-87 - 1987-88. The Beavers used the BSU Gymnasium home court to their advantage by knocking off Southwest Minnesota State, 77-70, in the NSIC opener following that up with a win over Wayne State (Neb.) in a game that BSU dished out a season-high 22 assists en route to a 77-70 victory. After the 2-0 start, the Beavers hit the road for a tough two game road trip against MSU Moorhead and No. 15 Concordia-St. Paul. BSU dropped both contests by an average of 5.5 points, seeing the Beavers surrender second half leads in both contests. BSU then stepped out of conference play for a brutal four game stretch that saw them play three on the road, two against ranked teams. BSU went 2-2 defeating Minnesota Duluth at home, 83-64, and Mayville State 90-83. The Beavers fell to No. 25 Minnesota State 101-74 and No. 1 North Dakota 109-85. After stepping out of conference play, the Beavers returned to conference action with a five game stretch that saw them play three games at home. BSU went 3-1 over that stretch picking up arguably its biggest win of the season over Winona State 84-82 in Winona, Minn. to give the Beavers a 5-3 NSIC record. BSU then went on its longest losing skid of the season dropping its next four contests before picking up a much needed win over MSU Moorhead, 92-91 in overtime. The Beavers finished up the final six games in the NSIC regular season 2-3 to earn its sixth place finish before dropping a heartAmy Lawson breaking NSIC Tournament Quarterfinal game versus the University of Mary, 80-78, ending the Beavers 2007-08 season. Bemidji State was led by senior guard Amy Lawson who recorded one of the most memorable seasons in team history. Lawson averaged 15.3 points, 6.64 assists and 4.3 rebounds per game as she was named to the All-NSIC first team. Lawson, one of only two players in team history to record 1,000 points, 500 assists and 200 steals, ranked seventh in the nation and was second in the NSIC in assists at 6.64, while finishing third in the league in field goal percentage, 53.9 percent, and sixth in scoring. Highlighting her senior campaign, Lawson posted two 30-point games breaking the Bemidji State women’s basketball team’s 14-year old record for points in a single game twice this season. Lawson set a BSU single game best with 38 points and became just the 13th player in BSU history to net 1,000 points in a career to help BSU erase a 10-point second half deficit to garner an 84-82 win over Winona State on Jan. 19, 2008. Just two weeks later the senior guard broke her two week old record by pouring in 39 points to lead BSU to a thrilling 92-91 overtime victory of Minnesota State University Moorhead. She finished her career eighth on BSU’s all-time scoring list at 1,212 and second in assists (625) and steals (292). The Beavers’ inside attack was anchored by senior center Stephanie Peterson who joined Lawson on BSU’s list of 1,000 point scorers. Peterson who earned honorable mention to the 2008 AllStephanie Peterson NSIC team, averaged 11.8 points per game and had a team-high of 207 rebounds for an average of 7.4 rebounds per contest. Peterson also led the Beavers in free-throw percentage at 83.1. She finished her career just behind Lawson in ninth on BSU’s all-time scoring list with 1,179 points and second on BSU’s all-time rebounds list with 856. Peterson finished the season fifth in the NSIC in rebounding (7.4 pg) and fifth in free-throw percentage (83.1). Bemidji State’s depth was the best it had been since the 2003-04 season. All eleven of BSU’s active players played in 20 or more games and nine of those 11 averaged 10 or more minutes a game. Six players averaged between eight and fifteen points per game with a mixture of youth and experienced players providing a large portion of the depth. Junior Heidi Matzke, senior Karlee Simonson and true freshman Colleen McKay combined for 62 starts and each had strong moments through the season. Matzke was one of two Bemidji State players to start 27-of-28 games this past season. She finished the season second on the team scoring 14.7 points per game earning her a spot on the 2008 All-NSIC third team. She also led the Beavers with 37 three point shots made and was eighth in the NSIC in scoring. Simonson pitched in 17 starts and was second on the team with 174 rebounds (6.2) and 47 steals. McKay was the top freshman on the squad as she was fifth on the team in rebounds with 106 and fifth on the team in scoring 9.0 points per game while leading the team with a 53.8 three-point field goal percentage. The Beavers had a successful season in the classroom as well. Lawson was named to the ESPN The Magazine / College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) College Division Academic AllDistrict V Third Team. She was joined by Kirsten Hengstler, Katherine Jamnick and Miranda Nelson on the 2007-08 NSIC Winter All-Academic Team.

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2007-08 Stats/Recap......................................................................................................................... 2007-08 Statistics ## 34 10 55 23 45 50 31 15 04 03 33 TM

Overall Record: 13-15

NSIC: 9-9

Home: 7-4

TOTAL 3-POINTER’S FREE THROW Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Lawson, Amy 28 27 950 33.9 139 258 .539 29 56 .518 120 158 .759 Conference-Only 18 17 627 34.8 92 176 .523 25 47 .532 78 106 .736 Matzke, Heidi 28 27 859 30.7 151 368 .410 37 125 .296 73 103 .709 Conference-Only 18 17 577 32.1 102 245 .416 25 91 .275 49 75 .653 Peterson, Stephanie 28 26 659 23.5 128 269 .476 0 3 .000 74 89 .831 Conference-Only 18 16 432 24.0 81 178 .455 0 3 .000 51 61 .836 Simonson, Karlee 28 17 727 26.0 96 211 .455 8 30 .267 76 110 .691 Conference-Only 18 12 480 26.7 65 136 .478 7 20 .350 49 72 .681 McKay, Colleen 26 18 571 22.0 84 197 .426 14 26 .538 51 80 .638 Conference-Only 18 13 403 22.4 59 150 .393 12 21 .571 30 51 .588 Hengstler, Kirsten 27 1 320 11.9 35 102 .343 22 71 .310 12 14 .857 Conference-Only 17 0 195 11.5 19 61 .311 13 43 .302 9 10 .900 Jamnick, Katherine 26 2 250 9.6 35 90 .389 2 8 .250 25 40 .625 Conference-Only 17 2 172 10.1 22 63 .349 2 7 .286 20 31 .645 Roberts, Melissa 28 12 479 17.1 29 86 .337 16 46 .348 10 17 .588 Conference-Only 18 7 306 17.0 18 55 .327 11 32 .344 5 11 .455 Salscheider, Kristina 28 3 295 10.5 32 95 .337 10 36 .278 5 9 .556 Conference-Only 18 2 163 9.1 17 58 .293 6 22 .273 0 0 .000 Hoganson, Hallie 27 6 361 13.4 16 70 .229 9 36 .250 8 14 .571 Conference-Only 18 3 172 9.6 2 30 .067 1 21 .048 4 6 .667 Nelson, Miranda 20 1 154 7.7 7 17 .412 1 2 .500 9 16 .563 Conference-Only 12 1 98 8.2 3 9 .333 1 1 1.000 2 6 .333 Team Conference-only Total 28 752 1763 .427 148 439 .337 463 650 .712 Conference-Only 18 480 1161 .413 103 308 .334 297 429 .692 Opponents 28 766 1723 .445 187 525 .356 441 626 .704 Conference-Only 18 471 1084 .435 128 350 .366 287 404 .710

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg 8 111 119 4.3 6 82 88 4.9 28 109 137 4.9 21 62 83 4.6 72 135 207 7.4 47 91 138 7.7 68 106 174 6.2 50 73 123 6.8 38 68 106 4.1 31 42 73 4.1 4 25 29 1.1 1 15 16 0.9 26 37 63 2.4 18 25 43 2.5 24 50 74 2.6 17 34 51 2.8 11 21 32 1.1 7 13 20 1.1 9 30 39 1.4 5 15 20 1.1 13 24 37 1.9 5 16 21 1.8 43 42 85 3.1 35 26 61 3.4 345 759 1104 39.4 243 494 737 40.9 291 754 1045 37.3 183 505 688 38.2

Away: 5-10 PF FO A 57 1 186 38 1 129 79 4 73 53 3 46 74 6 18 44 4 16 87 3 44 57 2 31 56 0 13 41 0 5 33 0 8 21 0 4 33 0 7 25 0 6 53 2 25 36 2 15 38 0 12 18 0 6 16 0 18 6 0 10 20 0 9 11 0 6 0 0 546 16 413 350 12 274 554 - 493 360 13 314

Neutral: 1-1

TO Blk Stl Pts 82 2 65 427 51 2 39 287 110 6 35 412 68 5 27 278 61 7 27 330 38 6 20 213 39 11 47 276 24 9 35 186 28 6 18 233 11 4 14 160 17 5 9 104 10 3 6 60 16 16 12 97 13 15 7 66 32 5 19 84 22 4 12 52 22 0 12 79 11 0 5 40 21 3 3 49 10 2 1 9 12 1 3 24 6 0 1 9 6 0 446 62 250 2115 264 50 167 1360 467 82 187 2160 301 60 108 1357

Avg 15.3 15.9 14.7 15.4 11.8 11.8 9.9 10.3 9.0 8.9 3.9 3.5 3.7 3.9 3.0 2.9 2.8 2.2 1.8 0.5 1.2 0.8 75.5 75.6 77.1 75.4

2007-08 Results and Individual Leaders Opponent at Colorado State-Pueblo

Date 11/16/07

Western State College St. Scholastica at Wisconsin-Stout

11/17/07 11/24/07 11/25/07

Southwest Minnesota State

11/30/07

Wayne State (Neb.) at MSU Moorhead at Concordia-St. Paul at Minnesota State University Minnesota Duluth at North Dakota at Mayville State University Minnesota, Crookston Northern State U-Mary at Upper Iowa at Winona State Minnesota State University at Wayne State (Neb.) at Southwest Minnesota State Concordia-St. Paul MSU Moorhead at Minnesota, Crookston at U-Mary at Northern State Winona State Upper Iowa University NSIC Tournament at U-Mary

12/01/07 12/07/07 12/08/07 12/11/07 12/16/07 12/20/07 1/02/07 1/05/07 1/11/07 1/12/07 1/18/07 1/19/07 1/22/07 1/25/07 1/26/07 2/1/07 2/2/07 2/9/07 2/15/07 2/16/07 2/22/07 2/23/07 3/1/07

Result Streak Record NSIC Scorer Rebounder Assists Steals Blocks L, 67-74 L1 0-1 0-0 Peterson - 15 Peterson - 10 Matzke - 3 Simonson - 3 Simonson, Hengstler - 1 L, 46-50 L2 0-2 0-0 Lawson - 16 Peterson - 8 Lawson - 4 Lawson - 2 Peterson - 1 W, 86-52 W1 1-2 0-0 Peterson - 14 McKay - 11 Lawson - 7 Lawson - 4 none W, 92-84 W2 2-2 0-0 Matzke - 26 Peterson - 12 Lawson - 4 Lawson - 4 McKay Jamnick - 1 W, 77-70 W3 3-2 1-0 Peterson Peterson - 12 Lawson - 9 Roberts, Matzke Roberts -1 Simonson - 15 Lawson - 2 W, 77-70 W4 4-2 2-0 Peterson - 18 Peterson - 12 Matzke - 5 Lawson - 6 none L, 76-81 L1 4-3 2-1 Matzke -23 McKay, Peterson -8 Lawson - 7 Simonson - 2 Hengstler - 1 L, 77-83 L2 4-4 2-2 Peterson - 18 Lawson - 9 Lawson - 7 Five with 1 Three with 1 L, 74-101 L3 4-5 2-2 Hengstler - 13 Matzke - 9 Three with 2 Lawson - 3 Three with 1 W, 83-64 W1 5-5 2-2 Lawson - 18 Peterson - 8 Lawson - 9 Lawson - 3 Nelson - 1 L, 85-109 L1 5-6 2-2 Matzke - 25 Peterson - 11 Lawson - 14 Simonson - 3 Roberts - 1 W, 90-83 W1 6-6 2-2 McKay - 20 Simonson - 10 Lawson - 9 Lawson - 4 Simonson - 1 W, 87-73 W2 7-6 3-2 Matzke - 21 Matzke - 10 Lawson - 11 Two with 2 Jamnick - 2 W, 77-65 W3 8-6 4-2 Lawson - 18 Lawson, Roberts - 8 Lawson - 11 Lawson - 4 Jamnick - 2 L, 93-99 L1 8-7 4-3 Matzke - 21 Matzke - 13 Matzke - 6 Lawson - 3 Matzke, Jamnick -1 W, 67-52 W1 9-7 5-3 Matzke - 18 Simonson - 7 Lawson - 9 Simonson - 4 Four with 1 W, 84-82 W2 10-7 6-3 Lawson - 38 Lawson - 8 Lawson - 8 Simonson - 3 Five with 1 L, 54-106 L1 10-8 6-3 Jamnick - 10 Matzke, Roberts - 5 Matzke, Lawson - 3Jamnick - 3 Hoganson - 1 L, 76-79 L2 10-9 6-4 Lawson - 26 Peterson - 11 Lawson - 6 Lawson - 3 Jamnick - 2 L, 70-75 L3 10-10 6-5 Peterson - 22 Two with 9 Lawson - 7 Simonson - 4 none L, 74-87 L4 10-11 6-6 Simonson - 17 Simonson - 9 Lawson - 7 Simonson - 3 Simonson - 1 W, 92-91 OT W1 11-11 7-6 Lawson - 39 Two with 8 Lawson - 5 Lawson - 5 Two with 1 W, 89-56 W2 12-11 8-6 Matzke - 32 Peterson - 12 Lawson - 9 Two with 4 Three with 1 L, 64-86 L1 12-12 8-7 Jamnick - 13 McKay - 7 Lawson - 4 Two with 3 Two with 2 L, 60-68 L2 12-13 8-8 Lawson - 18 Three with 6 Lawson - 5 McKay - 2 Jamnick - 1 L, 60-89 L3 12-14 8-9 Lawson - 16 Simonson - 10 Lawson - 5 Lawson - 3 Jamnick - 3 W, 60-51 W1 13-14 9-9 Lawson, Matzke - 15 Peterson - 10 Lawson - 8 Simonson - 6 Three with 3 L, 78-80 L1 13-15 9-9 Lawson - 25 Matzke - 7 Three with - 3 Lawson - 3 none

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2007-08 Stats/Recap

2007-08 Individual Game-by-Game Statistics (Points-Rebounds-Assists) Opponent

Hoganson

Salscheider

Matzke

Roberst

at SDSU (exh.) 5-3-1 0-0-2 16-3-4 DNP at CS-Pueblo 11-1-1 3-2-1 14-7-3 2-2-1 vs. Western State 0-3-0 2-1-0 2-4-0 0-4-0 St. scholastica 11-2-1 2-0-0 8-4-4 10-4-1 Wisconsin-Stout 0-2-0 2-2-0 26-3-2 2-1-1 vs. Southwest State 2-2-1 3-0-0 12-3-4 2-1-1 vs. Wayne State 2-2-0 0-0-0 16-5-5 2-2-4 at MSU Moorhead 0-1-1 0-1-0 23-5-2 4-2-1 at Concordia-St. Paul 3-2-2 2-0-1 10-5-1 3-4-4 at Minnesota State 3-1-1 2-0-1 12-9-2 2-1-2 vs. Minnesota Duluth 3-2-1 6-2-0 9-2-3 6-4-2 at North Dakota 2-2-0 0-1-0 25-6-5 2-1-0 at Mayville State 10-4-3 0-0-0 0-7-2 2-0-0 vs. Minn.-Crookston 0-1-2 2-0-0 21-10-5 1-3-0 vs. Northern State 0-1-0 5-5-2 5-3-5 4-8-1 vs. University of Mary 0-2-0 3-1-0 21-13-6 4-0-0 at Upper Iowa 0-1-0 0-1-1 18-3-3 8-5-2 at Winona State 0-0-0 2-2-0 18-1-1 3-5-2 vs. Minnesota State 0-2-1 7-3-2 6-5-3 6-5-4 at Wayne State 2-1-0 4-3-1 8-2-0 3-5-0 at Southwest State 0-0-0 0-1-0 18-5-2 3-3-0 vs. Concordia-St. Paul 0-0-0 4-1-0 15-3-4 4-2-0 vs. MSU Moorhead 0-1-0 0-0-1 18-6-2 0-4-0 at Minn.-Crookston 0-3-1 3-1-0 32-5-2 0-4-0 at University of Mary 0-1-3 0-2-0 10-4-2 5-1-0 at Northern State 0-1-0 2-0-0 13-6-0 0-0-0 vs. Winona State 0-1-0 0-1-1 5-2-1 3-1-0 vs. Upper Iowa 0-0-0 10-1-0 15-2-1 3-1-0 at University Mary DNP 11-1-2 17-7-3 0-1-2

Simonson

Jamnick

Nelson

Lawson

McKay

Hengstler

Peterson

9-5-1 5-8-1 8-7-1 6-2-1 7-3-2 15-7-3 10-8-4 3-5-2 8-6-3 5-6-2 12-6-1 17-3-2 14-10-0 10-9-0 14-5-2 17-11-2 15-7-2 12-4-0 7-3-0 12-7-0 7-9-4 17-9-1 15-8-2 2-7-2 7-3-2 7-2-0 9-10-2 6-6-0 9-3-3

0-0-0 0-2-0 0-4-0 5-3-0 4-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 2-1-0 4-2-1 DNP 0-1-0 8-0-0 8-2-2 2-3-0 10-3-0 10-3-2 0-0-0 10-3-0 0-5-1 1-1-0 0-2-0 DNP 11-6-2 13-4-1 11-6-0 6-5-0 0-2-0 0-3-0

DNP 0-2-1 0-1-0 5-2-0 DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP 6-0-0 2-4-1 DNP 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-3-0 DNP 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 1-4-1 3-2-1 0-4-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 2-4-1

23-9-7 10-3-2 16-3-4 12-4-7 24-4-4 10-7-9 8-4-7 10-2-7 15-9-7 12-2-2 16-5-9 8-0-14 9-6-9 15-7-11 18-8-11 16-9-4 12-5-9 38-8-8 6-2-3 26-3-6 12-4-7 12-3-7 39-2-5 2-1-9 5-5-4 18-6-5 16-1-5 15-4-8 25-2-3

6-2-1 DNP DNP 8-11-2 10-4-2 6-3-0 7-8-1 18-8-0 10-7-0 3-3-1 12-3-1 12-4-1 20-6-0 9-5-0 12-3-0 9-1-0 4-1-1 2-1-0 2-1-0 3-2-0 7-1-1 14-6-0 5-7-0 16-3-2 8-7-0 5-4-0 10-4-0 5-2-0 9-0-2

3-0-0 7-2-0 12-2-1 5-1-0 0-1-0 12-0-0 4-0-0 4-2-1 6-0-1 13-3-1 0-3-0 4-1-0 0-0-1 3-1-0 9-2-0 0-2-0 2-1-0 7-0-0 3-0-1 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 3-3-1 8-3-0 2-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

4-3-0 15-10-0 6-8-0 14-7-0 17-12-1 15-12-2 18-12-1 14-8-1 18-8-0 8-4-1 15-8-0 15-11-0 12-3-0 18-8-3 8-3-1 13-7-1 6-4-0 2-6-0 7-2-0 18-11-0 22-9-0 8-4-3 10-8-0 14-12-1 10-5-0 2-5-1 11-6-0 6-10-2 8-4-0

2007-08 Indivudual Superlatives Bemidji State 39-Amy Lawson vs. MSU Moorhead (2/2)

Category

Opponent

Points Scored

35-Jessic Fesenmaier for MSU Moorhead (2/2)

13-Heidi Matzke at Minnesota-Crookston (2/10)

FG Made

13-Jessica Fesenmaier for MSU Moorhead (2/2)

23-Heidi Matzke at Minnesota-Crookston (2/10)

FG Attempted

1.000 (8-8) Amy Lawson at UW-Stout (11/25)

FG Percentage (min. five made)

21-Noelle Hall for Northern State (1/11) 1.000 (5-5)-Candace Olstad for Concordia-St. Paul (2/1)

6-Heidi Matzke at Minnesota-Crookston (2/10)

3-Point FG Made

7-Cassie Leraas for Mayville State (1/2)

11-Heidi Matzke at Minnesota-Crookston (2/10)

3-Point FG Attempted

14-Cassie Leraas for Mayville State (1/2

1.000 - Hoganson, McKay (twice)

3-Point FG Percentage (min. two made)

10-Lawson vs. MSU Moorhead (2/2), McKay at Mayville State (1/2)

Free Throws Made

13-Amy Lawson vs. MSU Moorhead (2/2) ,at Wayne State (1/25)

Free Throw Attempts

1.000 Peterson (seven times),Simonson (four times), Lawson (three times), Matzke (three times), Jamnick,Nelson,McKay 13-Matzke vs.University Mary (1/12)

Free Throw Percentage (min. three made) Rebounds

14-Lawson at North Dakota (1/19)

Assists

6-Lawson, Simonson

Steals

3-Jamnick (2/22) 7-Lawson (twice), Matzke (twice)

Blocked Shots Turnovers

1.000 (Five Players) 10-Kayla Rogers for University of Mary (1/12) 13 (Two Players) 21 players with 1.000 percent free-throw percentage

18-Amanda Behnke for Concordia-St. Paul (12/8) 13-Molly Anderson for Winona State (1/19) Four players with four steals 6-Jodie Boss for Wayne State College (1/25) 7-Andrea Downs for Upper Iowa (2/23)

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Bemidji State Basketball .

2007-08 Stats/Recap.........................................................................................................................

2007-08 BSU Player Highs

Points:..................................................................................... 39, Amy Lawson vs. MSU Moorhead (2/2/08) ............................................................................................................................ 38, Amy Lawson at Winona State (1/19/08) ............................................................................................................... 32, Heidi Matzke at Minnesota Crookston (2/10/08) ..................................................................................................................................26, Heidi Matzke at UW-Stout (1/25/08) ............................................................................................................... 26, Heidi Matke at Minnesota Crookston (11/25/08) Field Goals Made:...............................................................13, Heidi Matzke at Minnesota Crookston (2/10/08) ............................................................................................................................13, Heidi Matzke at Winona State (2/10/08) Field Goals Attempted:.........................................................23, Heidi Matzke at Minnesota Crookston (2/10/08) ........................................................................................................................ 22, Heidi Matzke at MSU Moorhead (12/7/08) Field Goal % (min 5 made).......................................................1.000 ( 8-8 ) Amy Lawson at UW-Stout (11/25/08) ........................................................................................................... .833 ( 5-6 ) Amy Lawson vs. Northern State (1/11/08) 3-Pt Field Goals Made:.......................................................... 6, Heidi Matzke at Minnesota Crookston (2/10/08) ...........................................................................................................................5, Amy Lawson vs. MSU Moorhead (2/2/08) .............................................................................................................................. 5, Amy Lawson at Winona State (1/19/08) 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts:...................................................... 11, Heidi Matzke at Minnesota Crookston (2/10/08) ..........................................................................................................................10, Heidi Matzke at Northern State (2/16/08) ........................................................................................................................ 10, Heidi Matzke at MSU Moorhead (12/7/07) 3-Pt FG % (min 2 made):............................................... 1.000 ( 3-3 ), Colleen McKay at MSU Moorhead (12/7/07) .......................................................................................................1.000 ( 3-3 ), Hallie Hoganson at CSU Pueblo (11/16/07) ........................................................................................... 1.000 ( 2-2 ), Colleen McKay at Minnesota Crookston (2/10/08) .............................................................................................................1.000 ( 2-2 ), Amy Lawson at CSU Pueblo (11/16/07) Free Throws Made:..................................................................... 10, Amy Lawson vs. MSU Moorhead (2/2/08) ..........................................................................................................................10, Colleen McKay at Mayville State (1/2/08) Free Throw Attempts:.................................................................. 13, Amy Lawson vs. MSU Moorhead (2/2/08) ........................................................................................................................... 13, Amy Lawson at Winona State (1/25/08) Free Throw % (min 3 made):.................................1.000 (7-7) Steohanie Peterson vs. Minnesota Duluth (12/16/07) ..............................................................................................................1.000 (6-6) Heidi Matzke at North Dakota (12/20/07) ...........................................................................................1.000 (6-6) Stephanie Peterson at Concordia-St.Paul (12/08/07) ................................................................................................................. 1.000 (4-4) Amy Lawson vs. Upper Iowa (2/23/08) ................................................................................................. 1.000 (4-4) Stephanie Peterson vs. MSU Moorhead (2/2/08) ...........................................................................................1.000 (4-4) Stephanie Peterson vs. Concordia- St. Paul (2/1/08) ..............................................................................................................1.000 (4-4) Amy Larson vs University Mary (1/12/08) ......................................................................................................1.000 (4-4) Karlee Simonson vs. Northern State (1/11/08) ........................................................................................................1.000 (4-4) Katherine Jamnick at Mayville State (1/2/08) ....................................................................................................1.000 (4-4) Miranda Nelson at. Minnesota State (12/11/07) .....................................................................................................1.000 (4-4) Colleen McKay at Concordia-St.Paul (12/8/07) .....................................................................................................1.000 (4-4) Stephanie Peterson vs. Wayne State (12/1/07) ......................................................................................................1.000 (3-3) Karlee Simonson at Uninversity Mary (3/1/08) .......................................................................................................1.000 (3-3) Karlee Simonson at Northern State (2/16/08) ............................................................................................................1.000 (3-3) Amy Larson at Uninversity Mary (2/15/08) ..............................................................................................1.000 (3-3) Stephanie Peterson vs. Minnesota State (1/22/08) .......................................................................................................1.000 (3-3) Karlee Simson vs. Minnesota State (1/22/08) ...............................................................................................................1.000 (3-3) Heidi Matzke at Winona State (1/19/08) ...............................................................................................................1.000 (3-3) Heidi Matzke at CSU-Pueblo (11/16/07) ....................................................................................................1.000 (3-3) Stephanie Peterson at CSU Pueblo (11/16/07) Rebounds:........................................................................... 13, Matzke Heidi vs. University Mary (1/12/08) ................................................................................................... 12, Stephanie Peterson at Minnesota-Crookston (2/10/08) ...................................................................................................... 12, Stephanie Peterson vs Wayne State (Neb.) (12/1/06) .....................................................................................................12, Stephanie Peterson vs SW Minnesota State (11/30/07) .....................................................................................................................12, Stephanie Peterson at UW-Stout (11/25/07) Assists:.....................................................................................14, Amy Lawson at North Dakota (12/20/07) ......................................................................................................................... 11, Amy Lawson vs. Northern State (1/11/08) ...............................................................................................................11, Amy Lawson vs. Minnesota-Crookston (1/5/08) Steals:..................................................................................... 6, Karlee Simonson vs. Upper Iowa (2/23/08) ............................................................................................................................6, Amy Lawson vs. Wayne State (12/01/07) Blocked Shots:......................................................................................... 3, Katherine Jamnick vs. Winona State (2/22/08) ....................................................................................................................2, Karlee Simonson at University Mary (2/15/08) ...................................................................................................................2, Katherine Jamnick at University Mary (2/15/08) .......................................................................................................................2, Katherine Jamnick at Wayne State (1/25/08) ...................................................................................................................2, Katherine Jamnick vs. Northern State (1/11/08) ..........................................................................................................2, Katherine Jamnick vs. Minnesota-Crookston (1/5/08)

2007-08 BSU Team Highs

Points:........................................................................................93 vs. University Mary (1/12/08) Field Goals Made:.............................................................36 vs. Minnesota-Crookston (1/5/08) Field Goal Attempts:.................................................................75 vs. University Mary (1/12/08) Field Goal %:..................................................................... .541 (33-61) vs. UW-Stout (11/25/07) 3-Pt Field Goals Made:....................................................11 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (2/10/08) 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts:...........................................................26 vs. Northern State (1/11/08) 3-Pt FG %:......................................................................... .563 (9-16) vs. Winona State (1/19/08) Free Throws Made:...................................................................29 vs. University Mary (1/12/08) Free Throw Attempts:...............................................................39 vs. University Mary (1/12/08) Free Throw %:............................................................. .857 (12-14) vs. Northern State (1/11/08) Rebounds:....................................................................................51 vs. University Mary (1/6/08) Assists:................................................................................24 vs. Minnesota-Crookston (1/5/08) Steals:................................................................................ 16 at Minnesota-Crookston (2/10/08) Blocked Shots:..............................................................................7 at University Mary (2/15/08) Turnovers:.................................................................................29 vs. Minnesota State (2/28/07) Fouls:.........................................................................................28 vs. University Mary (1/12/08)

Double-Doubles Player

Opponent (Date)

Stephanie Peterson Stephanie Peterson Stephanie Peterson Stephanie Peterson Stephanie Peterson Karlee Simonson Heidi Matzke Amy Lawson Amy Lawson Heidi Matzke Karlee Simonson Stephanie Peterson Stephanie Peterson

South Dakota State (10/31) Wisconsin-Stout (11/25) Southwest Minnesota State (11/30) Wayne State (12/01) North Dakota (12/20) Mayville State (01/02) Minnesota Crookston (01/05) Minnesota Crookston (01/05) Northern State (01/11) Uninversity Mary (01/12) University Mary (01/12) Wayne State (01/25) MSU-Moorhead (02/02)

Season Breakdown: Peterson (7), Simonson (2), Lawson (2), Matzke (2). Total: 13

*Double-double attained via points and rebounds or assists

30-Point Games Player Heidi Matzke Amy Lawson Amy Lawson

Opponent (Date) Points Minnesota-Crookston (2/10) 32 Winona State (1/19) 38 MSU Moorhead (2/2) 39

Breakdown: Lawson (2) , Matzke (1) - Total: 3

20-Point Games Player Heidi Matzke Heidi Matzke Heidi Mazke Heidi Matzke Heidi Matzke Amy Lawson Amy Lawson Amy Lawson Colleen McKay

Opponent (Date) Points UW-Stout (11/25) 26 MSU Moorhead (12/07) 23 North Dakota (12/20) 25 Minnesota-Crookston (1/5) 21 University Mary (1/12) 21 UW-Stout (11/25) 24 Wayne State (1/25) 26 University Mary (3/1) 25 Mayville State (1/2) 20

Stephanie Peterson SW Minnesota State (1/26)

22

Breakdown: Peterson (1), McKay (1), Lawson (3) , Matzke (5) - Total: 10

10-Rebound Games Player

Opponent

Rebounds

Heidi Matzke Minnesota-Crookston (1/5) Heidi Matzke Universtiy Mary (1/12) Colleen McKay St. Scholasitca (11/24) Stephanie Peterson CSU-Pueblo (11/16) Stephanie Peterson UW-Stout (11/25) Stephanie Peterson SW Minnesota State (11/30) Stephanie Peterson Winona State (12/1) Stephanie Peterson North Dakota (12/20) Stephanie Peterson Winona State (1/25) Stephanie Peterson Minnesota-Crookston (2/10) Stephanie Peterson Upper Iowa University (2/23)

10 13 11 10 12 12 12 11 11 12 10

Breakdown: Peterson (8), McKay (1), Matzke(2) Total: 11

10-Assist Games Player Opponent Assists Amy Lawson North Dakota (12/20) 14 Amy Lawson Minnesota-Crookston (1/5) 11 Amy Lawson Northern State (1/11) 11 Breakdown: Lawson (3)- Total: 3

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NSIC Administration

Affiliation:......................... NCAA Division II Founded:............................................. 1932 Web Site:.................. www.northernsun.org NSIC Fax Number:..................651/224-8583 Address:....... 161 St. Anthony Ave. Suite 920 .......................................St. Paul, MN 55103 Commissioner Butch Raymond Office: 651/288-4015 Home: 612/825-3682 Cell: 612/716-6454 e-mail: raymond@northernsun.org

Assistant Commissioner Nick Kornder Office: 651/288-4017 e-mail:kornder@northernsun.org

Senior Woman Administrator Erin Lind Office: 651/288-4016 Home: 952/898-0627 Cell: 612/419-0339 e-mail: lind@northernsun.org

Compliance Melissa Braaten Office: 651/222-0092 Fax: 651/224-8583 e-mail: Braaten@northernsun.org

Other NSIC Staff

Football Information Director:............ Larry Scott Office:............................................ 218/236-2113 Home:............................................ 218/233-6447 Fax:............................................... 218/236-3291 e-mail:................................. scotty@mnstate.edu Address :.. Minnesota State Univ. Moorhead, Alex . .................... Nemzek Hall Moorhead, MN 56563 Football Officials Coordinator:...........Mike Nevin Phone:............................................ 612/445-4869 e-mail:................. 74373.2376@compuserve.com Address:................................... 922 Minnesota St. ..........................................Shakopee, MN 55739 Basketball Officials Coordinator:...........Roy Ward Phone:............................................ 651/777-3973 Fax:................................................ 651/777-2591 Address:........................................2172 Buhl Ave. .................................... North St. Paul, MN 55109 Volleyball Officials Coordinator:..........Jose Jones Office:.............................................. 612/721-676 e-mail:...................................jonesjj@mmm.com

Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference

Founded in 1932, the Northern Intercollegiate Conference (NIC) has enjoyed a varied existence in the upper Midwest region it calls home. In the spring of 1992 the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) was formed out of the merger of the NIC, the men’s conference, and the women’s Northern Sun Conference (NSC). The NSC had existed since 1979. The NSIC is currently made up of institutions from Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North and South Dakota. In the 1999-00 academic year, the NSIC became an expanded 10-team league from a previous seven-member conference. The conference featured eight members from 2004-05 until 2005-06 but the league expanded back to 10 teams in 2006-07 as the University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D., and Upper Iowa University in Fayette, Iowa, joined the league. Since 1932, various institutions have competed in the NSIC. Bemidji State University, Minnesota State University Moorhead and Winona State University are charter members and have remained in the conference for the 76 years of its existence. The University of Minnesota Duluth, which departed following the 2003-04 season and will return in 2008-09, was also an original member. Other current members joined in later years: Southwest Minnesota State University in 1969, Northern State University in 1978, Wayne State College (Nebraska) in 1998, Concordia University-St. Paul and the University of Minnesota, Crookston in 1999 and the University of Mary and Upper Iowa University in 2006. The University of Minnesota, Morris became a league member in 1966, however, the Cougars opted for the NCAA Division III ranks in 2003. The 2008-09 season is one of transition for the NSIC. The league will expand to 14 teams with the addition of Minnesota State University, Mankato, Augustana College, St. Cloud State University and Minnesota Duluth. The addition of these four regionally recognized institutions will push the NSIC into the upper echelon of NCAA Division II athletics. Before the NSIC became eligible for National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championship competition in 1995, its member institutions had an extremely rich tradition in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). The NIC’s and NSC’s tenure in the NAIA included several national championship teams and individuals as well as many national qualifiers. Following the 2004-05 season, Winona State became the first team other than Minnesota Duluth to capture the NSIC All-Sports Competition trophy. The Warriors have taken home the trophy now the last four seasons. The Warriors put the NSIC on the map in 2006 as they hosted and won the NCAA North Central Regional Tournament and advanced to the Elite Eight. Although Winona State wasn’t the first men’s basketball team to compete in the Elite Eight (SW Minnesota State in 2001 & Northern State in 1998) they were the first to win it. The National Championship for Winona State marked the first NCAA Title for any NSIC institution. However, since WSU’s title to conclude the 2004-05 campaign, the Warriors have added another championship to their basketball trophy case (2007-08) while Concordia University-St. Paul garnered a volleyball national championship in 2007. Since 2000, the NSIC has participated in the only officially-sanctioned NCAA Division II football bowl game in the country. With a rich history dating back to 1948, the Mineral Water Bowl is hosted by the Quarterback Club of Excelsior Springs., Mo. The game matches the highest-finishing team from the NSIC not selected for the NCAA Division II playoffs against the highest-finishing team from the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) not participating in the NCAA Division II playoffs. Now in its 41st year, the first game was played on Thanksgiving Day, 1948. The first MIAA/NSIC meeting in 2000 marked the Mineral Water Bowl’s inaugural year of the Division II era. Winona State defeated Missouri Western State, 43-41, in triple overtime, marking the Warriors first-ever postseason win at the Division II level. The league gears up for the upcoming academic year with the annual NSIC Summer Kickoff Event the last weekend in July. The event includes the NSIC Golf Tournament, Hall of Fame Banquet, officiating clinics and meetings involving the conference leadership. The Northern Sun Showcase television program returns to the airwaves again on Fox Sports Net North. The Northern Sun Spotlight radio show will air on several stations throughout the Midwest for 20 weeks during 2007-08 sports season. Over the years, the NSIC, comprised of schools of modest size, has provided extremely competitive intercollegiate athletic programs for its members. Although the programs are not designed to be equal to Division I athletics, many former NSIC athletes have distinguished themselves in national and international competition. Each member school emphasizes the educational, entertainment and unifying value of sports while pointing with pride to the many advantages to be gained by attending these colleges and universities. As some affiliated with the conference have coined, the NSIC quite possibly is, “the most competitive conference in NCAA Division II.”

2008-09 NSIC Member Institutions TEAM................................NICKNAME...................LOCATION.................. COMMUNITY..........ENROLLMENT

Augaustana.....................Vikings............... Souix Falls, S.D..................139,517..............1,860 (2008) Bemidji State...................Beavers..................Bemidji, MN....................30,982...............5,100 (1932) Concordia-St. Paul...... Golden Bears.............. St. Paul, MN....................272,000..............1,800 (1999) Mary............................ Marauders.............. Bismarck, N.D....................95,000...............2,842 (2006) Minnesota Duluth...........Bulldogs................. Duluth, MN.....................86,918.............. 10,500 (2008) Minnesota State.............Mavericks...............Mankato, MN....................34,976.............. 14,036 (2008) MSU Moorhead.............. Dragons............... Moorhead, MN.................150,000..............6,650 (1932) St. Cloud State.................Huskies.................St. Cloud, MN...................65,792.............. 16,500 (2008) Northern State................. Wolves................ Aberdeen, S.D...................25,000...............2,800 (1980) SW Minnesota State....... Mustangs................Marshall, MN....................11,000...............3,600 (1970) Minnesota Crookston.Golden Eagles.......... Crookston, MN...................8,100................1,700 (1999) Upper Iowa................... Peacocks................ Fayette, Iowa.....................1,300................1,600 (2006) Wayne State...................Wildcats................ Wayne, Neb......................9,300................4,000 (1998) Winona State..................Warriors................ Winona, MN....................47,800...............7,300 (1932) Note: years between parenthesis indicate start of membership

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2007-08 NSIC Recap.......................................................................................................................... 2007-08 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Standings

Conference No. Team W L PCT. 1. Concordia-St. Paul^+ 16 2 .889 2. Wayne State 12 6 .667 3. Winona State 11 7 .611 MSU Moorhead 11 7 .611 Mary 11 7 .611 6. Bemidji State 9 9 .500 7. Northern State 8 10 .444 8. SW Minnesota State 7 11 .389 9. Upper Iowa 3 15 .167 10. Minnesota Crookston 2 16 .111 + - 2006 NSIC Tournament Champions ^ - 2006 NCAA Tournament Participants

Overall W L 28 3 22 10 21 9 18 11 17 11 13 15 12 16 12 16 7 23 6 21

PCT. .903 .688 .700 .621 .607 .464 .429 .429 .233 .222

2007-08 All-NSIC First Team Player, School Amy Lawson, Bemidji State Katie LaViolette, Concordia-St. Paul Amanda Behnke, Concordia-St. Paul Nicci Landdeck, Mary Noelle Hall, Northern State

Pos. G G C F C

Yr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Ht. 5-4 5-9 6-2 5-11 6-2

Hometown Spencer, Iowa Manitowoc, Wis. Eagan, Minn. North Bend, Wash. Altura, Minn.

Pos. F C G G F

Yr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Ht. 6-1 6-3 5-9 5-10 5-10

Hometown Halliday, N.D. Olivia, Minn. Houston, Texas De Pere, Wis. Reedsburg, Wis

Yr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr.

Ht. Hometown 5-9 Red Lake Falls, Minn. 5-10 New Brighton, Minn. 5-9 Mandan, N.D. 5-9 South Sioux City, Neb. 6-1 Little River, Kan.

2007-08 All-NSIC Third Team Player, School Heidi Matzke, Bemidji State Kelly Lund, Concordia-St. Paul Kayla Rogers, University of Mary Andrea Schoepf, Wayne State Kylee McGill, Wayne State

Pos. G G G G F

2007-08 All-NSIC Honorable Mention Player, School Pos. Stephanie Peterson, Bemidji State C Candace Olstad F Jamie Zelindky, Minnesota, Crookston F Jaclyn Arns, Northern State G Sara Leidall, Southwest Minnesota StateF

Scoring Offense.................................... 2nd, 75.5 Scoring Defense.................................... 9th, 77.1 Scoring Margin....................................... 7th, -1.6 Free Throw Percentage.......................... 7th, .712 Field Goal Percentage............................ 5th, .427 Field Goal Percentage Defense.............. 9th, .445 3-Point Field Goal Percentage................ 7th, .337 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Defense.. 6th, .356 Rebounding Offense.............................. 3th, 39.4 Rebounding Defense............................. 7th, 37.3 Blocked Shots...................................9th, 2.21 p/g Assists............................................7th, 14.75 p/g Steals............................................... 1st, 8.93 p/g Turnover margin....................................6th, +.75 3-Point Field Goal Made...................7th, 5.29 p/g

2007-08 NSIC Individual Rankings for BSU

Scoring...................... 6th-Amy Lawson, 15.3 ppg ................................ 8th- Heidi Matzke, 14.7 ppg

Field Goal Percentage.3rd-Amy Lawson .539 (139-258)

Assists....................... 2nd-Amy Lawson, 6.64 apg Steals.......................... 1st-Amy Lawson, 2.32 spg Assist/Turnover Ratio..2nd-Amy Lawson, 2.9:2.27 Offensive Rebounding.... 2nd-Stephanie Peterson, 2.57 p/g Defensive Rebounding. 8th-Stephanie Peterson, 4.82 p/g

2007-08 All-NSIC Second Team Player, School Allison Swenson, MSU Moorhead Jessica Fesenmaier, MSU Moorhead Laquisha Cook, Wayne State Jenny Steffen, Winona State Amanda Reimer, Winona State

2007-08 NSIC Team Rankings for BSU

Yr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr.

Ht. Hometown 6-1 Bismarck, N.D. 6-0 Elgin, Minn. 5-11 Brooklyn Park, Minn. 5-6 St. Michael, Minn. 5-11 Rochester, Minn..

2007-08 NSIC Co-Player of theYear - Amanda Behnke, Concordia-St. Paul & Katie LaViolette, Concordia-St. Paul 2007-2008 NSIC Co-Freshman of theYear - Jamie Zelinsky, Minnesota, Crookston & Jodie Boss,Wayne State 2007-08 NSIC Defensive Player of the Year - Mary Schroeder, Concordia-St. Paul 2007-08 NSIC Coach of the Year - Paul Fessler, Concordia-St. Paul

All-Time NSIC Standings, 1979-2008

School W L PCT. St. Cloud State 46 8 .852 Minnesota Duluth 242 78 .756 Northern State 232 88 .725 Concordia-St. Paul 104 48 .684 Minnesota State-Mankato 27 15 .643 Wayne State 95 57 .625 University of Mary 21 15 .583 Minnesota State, Moorhead 194 190 .505 Southwest Minnesota State 186 198 .484 Bemidji State 164 220 .427 Minnesota-Morris* 88 198 .308 Winona State 105 279 .273 Minnesota-Crookston 40 112 .263 Upper Iowa 8 28 .222 *no longer NSIC member; &League games only

Titles Won or Shared

School Minnesota Duluth* Northern State Southwest Minnesota State Bemidji State Minnesota State Moorhead Concordia-St. Paul Wayne State (Neb.) Minnesota-Morris* *no longer NSIC member

No. 11 6 4 3 3 3 1 1

Last 2002-03 1997-98 2001-02 1986-87 2004-05 2007-08 2005-06 1981-82

TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS

(earns automatic bid to NCAA tournament) Year Team 1999-00 Minnesota Duluth 2000-01 Minnesota Duluth 2001-02 Southwest State 2002-03 Minnesota Duluth 2003-04 Minnesota Duluth 2004-05 Concordia-St. Paul 2005-06 Wayne State (Neb.) 2006-07 Concordia -St. Paul 2007-08 Concordia-St. Paul

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Bemidji State Basketball ......................................................................................................................

NSIC Season Records* Individual Highs Points:....................... 364, Dina Kangas, UMD (1990-91) Scoring avg.............. 30.3, Dina Kangas, UMD (1990-91) FG Att:....................... 303, Dina Kangas, UMD (1990-91) FG Made................... 152, Dina Kangas, UMD (1990-91) FG Pct:...........694, (50-72) Stacy Nelson, UMD (1996-97) ........................ (108-164) Stacy Nelson, UMD (1998-99) 3-FG Att:........... 144, Danielle Mercurio, UMM (2002-03) 3-FG Made..................... 52, Sara Miller, WSC (1999-00) 3-FG Pct:.......571, (28-49) Kris Wilson, MSUM (1999-00) FT Att:................... 118, Amanda Reimer, WSU (2006-07) FT Made:..............100, Erin McCormick WSC (2006-07) FT Pct:....... .952, (40-42) Sara Belanger, UMD (1995-96) Rebs:..................196, Cindy Lonneman, UMM (1982-83) Rebound Average:..... 14.7 Dina Kangas, UMD (1990-91) Assists:...................159, Katie LaViolette, CSP (2006-07) Assist Average:......... 10.4 Denise Holm, UMD (1988-89) Steals:....................... 78, Nicole Reisner, WSU (2001-02) Steal Average:........4.33, Nicole Reisner, WSU (2001-02) Blocks:.............................. 54, Jodi Boss, WSC (2007-08) Block Average:..................4.2, Jane Konz NSU (1988-89)

Team Highs Victories:..........................17, Southwest State (2000-01) Losses:.....18, Minnesota-Morris (2000-01, 01-02, 02-03) ................................ 18, Minnsota, Crookston (2006-07) Points:...................... 1,487, Minnesota Duluth (1999-00) Soring avg.:.................... 84.7, Northern State (1989-90) FG Att:...........................1,282, Northern State (1999-00) FG Made:....................542, Minnesota Duluth (1999-00) FG Pct:..............................492, St. Cloud State (1982-83) 3-FG Att:......................410, Minnesota Duluth (2001-02) 3-FG Made:.................153, Minnesota Duluth (2000-01) ..........................................146, Winona State (2007-08) 3PT FG Pct:............... .467, Minnesota-Morris (1990-91) FT Att:................... 462, Minnesota-Crookston (2000-01) ................................. 451, Concordia-St. Paul (2007-08) FT Made:................... 325, Concordia-St. Paul (2007-08) ................................. 312, Concordia-St. Paul (2001-02) FT Pct:................................. .818 Wayne State (2006-07) Rebs:............................... 878, Northern State (1999-00) Assists:........................370, Minnesota Duluth (1999-00) Blocks:............................ 139, Bemidji State (1985-86) Best Defensive Avg:.........50.0, St. Cloud State (1983-84)

NSIC Regular Season Game Records* Individual Highs

Points:.......................44, Renee Ruesink, NSU (1986-87) ........................................ Dina Kangas, UMD (1989-90) FG Att:........ 30, Rhonda House, MSU Mankato (1982-83) ................................... Angie Swanson, UMC, (1999-00) ................................Pat Burns, MSU Mankato (1982-83) ........................................ Dina Kangas, UMD (1990-91) FG Made:.................. 18, Lynn Peterson, MSU (1980-81) 3-FG Att:......................... 20, Kelli Ritzer, UMD (1990-91) 3 FG Made:.............9, Tracy Williamson, WSC (2001-02) ..................................... 8, Erin Walker, BSU (1998-99) ........................................ Barb Schmidt, NSU (1989-90) 3-FG Pct:.......1.000 (5-5) H. Livingstone, WSC (1998-99) ..............................(5-5) Kris DeMaris, BSU (1988-89) FT Att:....................... 23, Tanna Negaard, NSU (1989-90) FT Made:.................. 19, Tanna Negaard, NSU (1989-90) FT Pct:.............. 1.000 (16-16) Linda Seid, SSU (1986-87) ........................ (13-13) Andrea Schreier, SSU (1998-99) ............................ (11-11) A.Townsend, UMM (1998-99) ........................ (10-10) Andrea Schreier, SSU (1998-99) ................. (10-10) Heather Livingstone, WSU (1998-99) ..................................(9-9) Ami Pendry, WSC (1998-99) ...................................(8-8) Nicole Gora, SSU (1998-99) ..................................... (8-8) Sue Fiero, UMD (1998-99) ................................ (8-8) Lesley Miller, WSU (1998-99) Rebs:........................... 27, Dina Kangas, UMD (1990-91) Assists:.............................22, Pat Neder, WSU (1987-88)

NSIC Recods/Awards

Steals:....................... 11, Nicole Reisner, WSU (2001-02) ...................................... 9, Emily Dolan, WSU (2001-02) .............................Sue Sajevic, MSU Mankato (1982-83) Blocks:..............................12, Jane Konz, NSU (1988-89)

Team Highs Points:............................. 118, Northern State (1986-87) Total Points....193 -Bemidji State 93 vs.University of Mary 99 FG Att:................................ 97, Mankato State (1982-83) FG Made:.......................... 49, Northern State (1986-87) FG Pct:.............667 (30-45) Minnesota, Duluth (1991-92) 3-FG Att:............................ 39, Northern State (2001-02) 3-FG Made:................. 16, Concordia-St. Paul (2001-02) 3-FG Pct:.............769 (10-13) Southwest State (1999-00) ................... .769 (10-13) SW Minnesota State (2004-05) FT Att:........................... 49, Minnesota-Morris (1989-90) ........................................49, MSU-Moorhead (2005-06) FT Made:...................... 38, Minnesota-Morris (1989-90) FT Pct:...........1.000 (18-18) Minnesota Duluth (2001-02) ....................... 1.000 (18-18) MSU-Moorhead (2001-02) Rebs:.................................. 75, Mankato State (1980-81) Assists:..........................34, Minnesota Duluth (1988-89) Steals:..................... 30, Minnesota, Crookston (2001-02) ......................................... 24, Bemidji State (1985-86) .....................................24, Minnesota Duluth (1999-00) .....................................24, Minnesota Duluth (1999-00) Blocks:............................ 15, Moorhead State (1979-80) Fewest Pts. Allowed: ............. 22, Wayne State (2001-02) .....................................26, Minnesota Duluth (1979-80)

NSIC Tournament Game Records* Individual Highs Points:.............. 31, Lindsey Dietz, UMD (vs. UMC, 2003) FG Attempts:..........21, Madrinich, UMD (vs. WSU, 2001) FG’s Made:............ 12, Nicci Landeck, UM vs. BSU, 2008 3-Pt FG Att:.............16, L. Hanson, UMD (vs. UMM, 2000) 3-Pt FG Made:..........7, L. Hanson, UMD (vs. UMM, 2000) FT Att:.. 19, Maggie Gernbacher, BSU (vs. WSU, 2004) FT Made:.. 17, Maggie Gernbacher, BSU (vs.WSU, 2004) Rebounds:.......... 18, Katie Doerr, MSUM (vs. NSU, 2003) ............................. 18, Kari Score, UMC (vs. WSC, 2006) Assists:......... 14, Katie LaViollette, CSP (vs. SMSU, 2006) Steals:.................6, Dana Weibel, MSUM (vs. WSU, 2004) .......................... 6, Reagan French, SSU (vs. WSC, 2003) ......................... 6, Kate Madrinich, UMD (vs. SSU, 2002) ......................... 6, Ericka Nieman, SSU (vs. UMM, 2002) Blocks:.....................4, Angel Leon, WSU (vs. BSU, 2004) .......................4, Meghan Rettke, SMSU (vs. WSC, 2006)

Team Highs Points:................ 102, Concordia St. Paul (vs. BSU, 2005) Total Points (2 teams):........ 182, CSP 102, BSU 80 (2005) FG Atempts:...........77, Southwest State (vs. UMM, 2001) FG Made:...............38, Southwest State (vs. UMM, 2001) ............................38, Concordia-St. Paul (vs. BSU, 2005) FG Pct:.....................576, Northern State (vs. WSU, 2006) 3-Pt FG Att:...............28, MSU-Moorhead (vs. NSU, 2003) 3-Pt FG Made:......... 12, Winona State (vs. MSUM, 2005) 3-Pt FG Pct:............625, Southwest State (vs. UMD, 2001) FT Att:........................ 39, Wayne State (vs. MSUM, 2006) FT Made:................... 32, Wayne State (vs. MSUM, 2006) FT Pct:..........1.000 (13-13) Winona State (vs. NSU, 2006) Rebounds:................ 54, MSU-Moorhead (vs. SSU, 2002) Assists:...................31, Southwest State (vs. UMM, 2001) Steals:.....................25, Southwest State (vs. UMM, 2002)

Fewest Pts.Allowed:...22,Southwest State (vs.UMM,2002) Most Valuable Player 1993-94...............................Julie Jensen, Northern State 1994-95...............................Julie Jensen, Northern State 1995-96...................... Sara Belanger, Minnesota Duluth 1996-97.................... Karen Morrissey, Bemidji State 1997-98........................ Stacy Nelson, Minnesota Duluth

1998-99........................ Stacy Nelson, Minnesota Duluth 1999-2000....................... Jammie Coyle, Northern State 2000-01......................Andrea Schreier, Southwest State 2001-02.........................Jessica Forsline, UM-Crookston 2002-03........................... Kim Toewe, Minnesota Duluth 2003-04....................... Lindsey Dietz, Minnesota Duluth 2004-05................. Michelle Bruns, SW Minnesota State 2005-06...........................Nicole Guntorad, Wayne State 2006-07................. Amanda Behnke, Concordia-St. Paul 207-08................... Amanda Behnke, Concordia-St. Paul .............................. Katie LaViolette, Concordia-St. Paul

Tournament Most Valuable Player 2000...................................Sue Fiero, Minnesota Duluth 2001......................... Kate Madrinich, Minnesota Duluth 2002......................... Shelli Schoeneck, Southwest State 2003............................ Lindsey Dietz, Minnesota Duluth 2004............................Tanysha Scott, Minnesota Duluth 2005....................... Jennifer Pozzani, Concordia-St. Paul 2006................................Nicole Guntorad, Wayne State 2007....................... Katie LaViolette, Concordia-St. Paul 2008....................... Katie LaViolette, Concordia-St. Paul

Newcomer of the Year 1994-96.....................................................Not Awarded 1996-97.........................Dani Coleman, Southwest State 1997-98......................Andrea Schreier, Southwest State 1998-99.................... Kate Madrinich, Minnesota Duluth 1999-2000....................... Karen Hochstein, Wayne State 2000-01.........................Jessica Forsline, UM-Crookston 2001-02.................. Jennifer Pozzani, Concordia-St. Paul 2002-03....................... Lindsey Dietz, Minnesota Duluth 2003-04............Maggie Gernbacher, Bemidji State 2004-05............................... Noelle Hall, Northern State 2005-06...................... Sara Leidall, SW Minnesota State 2006-07........ Kayla Rogers, UM and Andrea Downs, UIP 2007-08............... Jamie Zelinsky, Minnesota, Crookston .................................................Jodie Boss, Wayne State

Defensive Player of the Year 2000-01.................... Shelli Schoeneck, Southwest State 2001-02............................ Nicole Reisner, Winona State 2002-03................................ Dodie Martin, Wayne State 2003-04.................. Jennifer Pozzani, Concordia-St. Paul 2004-05.................. Jennifer Pozzani, Concordia-St. Paul 2005-06...... Amy Lawson, BSU and Allison Steffen, WSC 2006-07..................Mary Schroeder, Concordia-St. Paul 2007-08..................Mary Schroeder, Concordia-St. Paul

Coach of the Year 1989-90.................... Karen Stromme, Minnesota Duluth 1990-91.................... Karen Stromme, Minnesota Duluth 1991-92....... Curt Fredrickson, NSU/Lori Ulferts, MSUM 1992-93.......Terri Sheridan, WSU/Karen Stromme, UMD 1993-94............................Kelly Kruger, Southwest State 1994-95.................... Karen Stromme, Minnesota Duluth 1995-96.....................Doreen Zierer, Bemidji State 1996-97......................Curt Fredrickson, Northern State 1997-98............................ Terri Sheridan, Winona State 1998-99.................... Karen Stromme, Minnesota Duluth 1999-2000........................Kelly Kruger, Southwest State 2000-01............................Kelly Kruger, Southwest State 2001-02.......................... Mike Curfman, UM-Crookston 2002-03........................... Karla Nelson, MSU-Moorhead 2003-04....................... Mike Power, Bemidji State 2004-05........................... Karla Nelson, MSU-Moorhead 2005-06.............................. Ryun Williams, Wayne State 2006-07........................ Paul Fessler, Concordia-St. Paul 2007-08........................ Paul Fessler, Concordia-St. Paul

*Northern Intercollegiate Conference merges into NSIC before 1992-93 season. Includes NSIC games only. Updated through 2001-02 season.

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Bemidji State Basketball

NSIC Opponents................................................................................................................................. Wayne State College Wildcats

Southwest Minnesota State University Mustangs

Concordia University Golden Bears

Jan. 3 • 6:00 p.m. @ Wayne, Neb. Feb. 28 • 6:00 p.m. @ Bemidji, Minn.

Jan. 31 • 6:00 p.m. @ Bemidji, Minn.

Jan. 9 • 6:00 p.m. @ Bemidji, Minn. Feb. 6 • 6:00 p.m. @ St. Paul, Minn.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location/Enrollment: ...................... Wayne, Neb. (3,600) Conference:.......................Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .......................................... NCAA Division II School Colors: ....................................... Black and Gold Home Court: ............................. Rice Auditorium (2,500) President: ....................................... Dr. Richard Collings Athletic Director:............................................Eric Schoh Athletic Director Phone:.......................... (402) 375-7520

GENERAL INFORMATION Location/Enrollment: ..................Marshall, Minn. (3,200) Conference:.......................Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .......................................... NCAA Division II School Colors: ............................ Brown and Vegas Gold Home Court: .....................................R/A Facility (4,000) President: ..........................................Dr. David Danahar Interim Athletic Director:....................Chris Hmielewski Athletic Director Phone:.......................... (507) 537-7271

GENERAL INFORMATION Location/Enrollment: .................... St. Paul, Minn. (2,236) Conference:.......................Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .......................................... NCAA Division II School Colors: ...................... Navy Blue and Vegas Gold Home Court: ......................... Gangelhoff Center (1,200) President: ..............................................Dr. Robert Holst Athletic Director:......................................Tom Rubbelke Athletic Director Phone:.......................... (651) 641-8700

SPORTS INFORMATION Basketball Contact:...................................... Mike Grosz Email:.............................................. migrosz1@wsc.edu SID Phone: .............................................. (402) 375-7326 SID Fax: .................................................. (402) 375-7271 Web site: ...................................www.wsc.edu/athletics Mailing Address:.................................. 1111 Main Street .........................................................Wayne, Neb. 68787

SPORTS INFORMATION Basketball Contact:..............................Andy Schlichting Email:........................schlichtingan@southwestmsu.edu SID Phone: .............................................. (507) 537-7239 SID Fax: .................................................. (507) 537-6578 Web site: ................................www.smsumustangs.com Mailing Address:.................................. 1501 State Street ....................................................... Marshall, MN 56258

SPORTS INFORMATION Basketball Contact:.....................................Melissa Wolf Email:.......................................................wolf@csp.edu SID Phone: .............................................. (651) 641-8893 SID Fax: .................................................. (651) 641-8767 Web site: ............................... www.cugoldenbears.com Mailing Address:......................... 275 N Syndicate Street .......................................................... St. Paul, MN 55104

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: . ......................................Chris Kielsmeier Head Coach’s email:..........................chkiels1@wsc.edu Basketball Office Phone: . ......................... 402-375-7311 Record at School/Years: . .................................... 0-0/1st Career Record/Years:............................. 179-44 (.803)/8 Asst. Coaches:............................................Meia Daniels

HEAD COACH Head Coach: . .............................................. Mike Jewett Head Coach’s email:......... jewettmi@southwestmsu.edu Basketball Office Phone: . ....................... (507) 537-7133 Record at School/Years: . ................................ 19-37/3rd Career Record/Years:............................... 19-37 (.339)/3 Asst. Coaches:............. Jina Johansen and Michael Sarne

TEAM INFORMATION 2007-08 Record: . ...................................................22-10 Conference Record:.................................................12-6 Conference Finish:................................................... 2nd Starters Returning:........................................................2 Starters Lost:.................................................................3 Top Returner:....... Laquisha Cook, Sr., G, Houston, Texas 15.0 ppg, 4.1 rpg, Second Team All-NSIC

TEAM INFORMATION 2007-08 Record: . ...................................................12-16 Conference Record:.................................................7-11 Conference Finish:.....................................................8th Starters Returning:........................................................4 Starters Lost:.................................................................1 Top Returner:........... Sara Leidall, Sr., F, Rochester, Minn. 10.7 ppg, 4.9 rpg, Honorable Mention All-NSIC

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: . ..............................................Paul Fessler Head Coach’s email:............................. fessler@csp.edu Basketball Office Phone: . ....................... (651) 603-6167 Record at School/Years: . ...............................178-66/8th Career Record/Years:............................279-84 (.769)/12 Asst. Coaches:........ Kerri Stockwell, Angie Woods, Drew Woods & Katie LaViolette

Minnesota State University Moorhead Dragons

University of Minnesota Crookston Golden Eagles

Dec. 5 • 6:00 p.m. @ Moorhead, Minn. Feb. 13 • 6:00 p.m. @ Bemidji, Minn.

Dec. 6 • 6:00 p.m. @ Crookston, Minn. Feb. 14 • 6:00 p.m. @ Bemidji, Minn.

Jan. 17 • 6:00 p.m. @ Bismarck, N.D.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location/Enrollment: ............... Moorhead, Minn. (7,500) Conference:.......................Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .......................................... NCAA Division II School Colors: .................................... Scarlet and White Home Court: ...........................Alex Nemzek Hall (2,600) President: .......................................... Dr. Roland Barden Athletic Director:......................................... Doug Peters Athletic Director Phone:.......................... (218) 477-2306

GENERAL INFORMATION Location/Enrollment:................ Crookston, Minn. (1,200) Conference:.......................Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .......................................... NCAA Division II School Colors: .................................... Maroon and Gold Home Court: .......................Lysaker Gymnasium (3,000) Chancellor: ............................. Charles H. Casey, D.V.M. Athletic Director:............................. Stephanie Helgeson Athletic Phone: ....................................... (218) 281-8414

GENERAL INFORMATION Location/Enrollment: ................... Bismarck, N.D. (2,842) Conference:.......................Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .......................................... NCAA Division II School Colors: ............................Royal Blue and Orange Home Court: ...............................Activity Center (2,000) President: .................................... Sister Thomas Welder Athletic Director:...................................... Roger Thomas Athletic Director Phone:.......................... (701) 355-8110

SPORTS INFORMATION Basketball Contact:....................................... Larry Scott Email:............................................. scotty@mnstate.edu SID Phone: .............................................. (218) 477-2113 SID Fax: .................................................. (218) 477-2550 Web site: .................................. www.msumdragon.com Mailing Address:................................ Alex Nemzek Hall Moorhead, MN 56563

SPORTS INFORMATION Basketball Contact: . ................................. Mitch Bakken Email:.............................................bakke044@umn.edu SID Phone: .............................................. (218) 281-8414 SID Fax: .................................................. (218) 281-8430 Web site: .......................... www.goldeneaglesports.com Mailing Address:.......139 Sports Center, 2900 University Ave., Crookston, MN 56716

SPORTS INFORMATION Basketball Contact:....................................Brian Larson Email:........................................... bslarson@umary.edu SID Phone: .............................................. (701) 355-8354 SID Fax: .................................................. (701) 355-8302 Web site: .........................www.umary.edu/um/athletics Mailing Address:.......................... 7500 University Drive ......................................................Bismarck, N.D. 58504

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: . .............................................Karla Nelson Head Coach’s email:................... nelsnkar@mnstate.edu Basketball Office Phone: . ....................... (218) 477-2421 Record at School/Years: . ...............................139-84/8th Career Record/Years:..............................139-84 (.623)/8 Asst. Coaches:........................................... Jason Sobolik

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: . ......................................... Mike Roysland Head Coach’s email:.........................roysland@umn.edu Basketball Office Phone: . ....................... (218) 281-8416 Record at School/Years: . ...................... 6-48/3rd season Career Record/Years:................................. 6-48 (.111)/3 Assistant Coaches:......................................Nate Mahlen

HEAD COACH Head Coach: . .............................................Fred Fridley Head Coach’s email:....................... ffridley@umary.edu Basketball Office Phone: . ....................... (701) 355-8278 Record at School/Years: . ...............................113-39/6th Career Record:.....................................113-39 (.743)/6th Assistant Coaches:... Rick Neumann & Andrea Ronderos

TEAM INFORMATION 2007-08 Record: . ...................................................18-11 Conference Record:.................................................11-7 Conference Finish:.................................................. t-3rd Starters Returning:........................................................3 Starters Lost:.................................................................2 Top Returner:............ Katie Walden, Sr., G, Hawley, Minn. 9.3 ppg, 4.5 rpg, .817 FT%

TEAM INFORMATION 2007-08 Record: . .....................................................6-21 Conference Record:.................................................2-16 Conference Finish:...................................................10th Starters Returning:........................................................5 Starters Lost:.................................................................0 Top Returner:.Jamie Zelinsky, So., G, Brooklyn Park, Minn. 15.8 ppg, 4.1 rpg, NSIC Co-Freshman of the Year

TEAM INFORMATION 2007-08 Record: . ...................................................17-11 Conference Record:.................................................11-7 Conference Finish:.................................................. t-3rd Starters Returning:........................................................3 Starters Lost:.................................................................2 Top Returner:............. Kayla Rogers, Jr., G, Mandan, N.D. 10.9 ppg, 3.6 apg, Third Team All-NSIC

TEAM INFORMATION 2007-08 Record: . .....................................................28-3 Conference Record:.................................................16-2 Conference Finish:..................................................... 1st Starters Returning:........................................................1 Starters Lost:.................................................................4 Top Returner:............Candace Olstad, Sr., F, Elgin, Minn. 11.8 ppg, 6.6 rpg, Honorable Mention All-NSIC

University of Mary (N.D.) Marauders

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Bemidji State Basketball ..................................................................................................................................

Northern State University Wolves

NSIC Opponents

Winona State University Warriors

Upper Iowa University Peacocks

Nov. 30 • 1:00 p.m. @ Sioux Falls, S.D. Jan. 16 • 6:00 p.m. @ Aberdeen, S.D.

Dec. 12 • 6:00 p.m. @ Bemidji, Minn. Feb. 21 • 6:00 p.m. @ Winona, Minn.

Nov. 29 • 6:00 p.m. @ Sioux Falls, S.D Dec. 13 • 6:00 p.m. @ Bemidji, Minn.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location/Enrollment:................... Aberdeen, S.D. (3,000) Conference:.......................Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .......................................... NCAA Division II School Colors: .................................... Maroon and Gold Home Court: .................................. Wachs Arena (8,057) Interim President: ............... Dr. Laurie Stenberg Nichols Athletic Director:............................................ Bob Olson Athletic Phone: ....................................... (605) 626-7732

GENERAL INFORMATION Location/Enrollment: ................... Winona, Minn. (7,300) Conference:....................... Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .......................................... NCAA Division II School Colors: .............. Northwestern Purple and White Home Court: ..................... McCown Gymnasium (3,500) President: ............................................... Judith Ramaley Athletic Director:....................................... Larry Holstad Athletic Director Phone:.......................... (507) 457-5212

GENERAL INFORMATION Location/Enrollment: ......................Fayette, Iowa (1,600) Conference:.......................Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .......................................... NCAA Division II School Colors: ..........................Peacock Blue and White Home Court: ...................... Dorman Gymnasium (1,500) President: .............................................. Dr. Alan Walker Athletic Director:...................................................... TBA Athletic Director Phone:.......................... (563) 425-5293

SPORTS INFORMATION Basketball Contact: . ................................. Jacque Scoby Email:................................ jacque.scoby@northern.edu SID Phone: .............................................. (605) 626-7748 SID Fax: .................................................. (605) 626-2238 Web site: ................. www.northernwolvesathletics.com Mailing Address:............................ 1200 South Jay Street Aberdeen, SD 57401

SPORTS INFORMATION Basketball Contact:............................Michael Herzberg Email:......................................mherzberg@winona.edu SID Phone: .............................................. (507) 457-5576 SID Fax: .................................................. (507) 457-5479 Web site: .............................. www.winona.edu/athletics Mailing Address:........................... 175 West Mark Street Winona, MN 55987

SPORTS INFORMATION Basketball Contact:...........................Howard Thompson Email:............................................ thompsonh@uiu.edu SID Phone: .............................................. (563) 425-5307 SID Fax: .................................................. (563) 425-5712 Web site: .........................www.upperiowaathletics.com Mailing Address:.........................................PO Box 1857 ........................................................ Fayette, Iowa 52142

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: . ......................................Curt Fredrickson Head Coach’s email:...................fredricc@northern.edu Basketball Office Phone: . ....................... (605) 626-7735 Record at School/Years: . ...........................644-208/29th Career Record/Years:..........................644-208 (.756)/29 Asst. Coach:..................... Brent Pollari and Bobby Cope

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: . ............................................. Scott Ballard Head Coach’s email:.................... slballard@winona.edu Basketball Office Phone: . ........................ (507)457-2994 Record at School/Years: . .................................49-63/5th Career Record/Years:................................49-63 (.438)/5 Asst. Coaches:...... Shannon Schonrock and Rory Ballard

HEAD COACH Head Coach: . ..............................................Mike Brown Head Coach’s email:........................... brownm@uiu.edu Basketball Office Phone: . ....................... (563) 425-5292 Record at School/Years: . .....................................0-0/1st Career Record:......................................115-78 (.596)/6h Asst. Coaches:.......................................................... TBA

TEAM INFORMATION 2007-08 Record: . ...................................................12-16 Conference Record:.................................................8-10 Conference Finish:.....................................................7th Starters Returning:........................................................0 Starters Lost:.................................................................5 Top Returner: ......Jessica Deinert, Sr., G, Mt. Vernon, S.D. 4.6 ppg, 2.5 rpg

TEAM INFORMATION 2007-08 Record: . .....................................................21-9 Conference Record:.................................................11-7 Conference Finish:.................................................. t-3rd Starters Returning:........................................................4 Starters Lost:.................................................................1 Top Returner:.............Jenny Steffen, Sr., G, De Pere, Wis.. 13.6 ppg, .489 3FG%, Second Team All-NSIC

TEAM INFORMATION 2007-08 Record: . .....................................................7-23 Conference Record:.................................................3-15 Conference Finish:.....................................................9th Starters Returning:........................................................2 Starters Lost:.................................................................3 Top Returner:........... Andrea Downs, Jr., PG, Chicago, Ill. 11.6 ppg, 3.0 rpg

Augustana College Vikings

University of Minnesota Minnesota State University Duluth Bulldogs Mavericks

Jan. 2 • 6:00 p.m. @ Sioux Falls, S.D.

Jan. 24 • 6:00 p.m. @ Duluth, Minn. Feb. 25 • 6:00 p.m. @ Bemidji, Minn.

Jan. 30 • 6:00 p.m. @ Bemidji, Minn

GENERAL INFORMATION Location/Enrollment:...................Sioux Falls, S.D. (1,750) Conference:.......................Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .......................................... NCAA Division II School Colors: ...................................... Navy and Yellow Home Court: .................................Elmen Center (4,000) President: ............................................. Robert C. Oliver Athletic Director:............................................. Bill Gross Athletic Phone: ....................................... (605) 274-4315

GENERAL INFORMATION Location/Enrollment: ................... Duluth, Minn. (11,300) Conference:....................... Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .......................................... NCAA Division II School Colors: .................................... Maroon and Gold Home Court: ...................... Romano Gymnasium (2,759) Chancellor: ............................................ Kathryn Martin Athletic Director:..........................................Bob Nielsen Athletic Director Phone:.......................... (218) 726-8718

GENERAL INFORMATION Location/Enrollment: ................ Mankato, Minn. (14,036) Conference:.......................Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .......................................... NCAA Division II School Colors: ..................................... Purple and Gold Home Court: .................................Taylor Center (4,521) President: ....................................Dr. Richard Davenport Athletic Director:......................................Kevin Buisman Athletic Director Phone:.......................... (507) 389-6111

SPORTS INFORMATION Basketball Contact: . ................................. Kevin Ludwig Email:......................................kevin.ludwig@augie.edu SID Phone: .............................................. (605) 274-4335 SID Fax: .................................................. (605) 274-5298 Web site: .......................................... www.goaugie.com Mailing Address:..............................2001 S. Summit Ave. Sioux Falls, S.D. 57197

SPORTS INFORMATION Basketball Contact:....................................Bob Nygaard Email:..........................................bnygaard@d.umn.edu SID Phone: .............................................. (218) 726-8191 SID Fax: .................................................. (218) 726-6529 Web site: .................................. www.umdbulldogs.com Mailing Address:...............................1216 Ordean Court Duluth, Minn. 55812

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: . ............................................. Dave Krauth Head Coach’s email:..................dave.krauth@augie.edu Basketball Office Phone: . ....................... (605) 274-5531 Record at School/Years: . .................................N/A/20th Career Record/Years:..........................................N/A/20 Asst. Coaches:..........Mark Stavenger and Shawn Bergan

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: . ...........................................Annette Wiles Head Coach’s email:......................... awiles@d.umn.edu Basketball Office Phone: . ........................ (218)726-6265 Record at School/Years: . .....................................0-0/1st Career Record/Years:.......................... 300-141 (.680)/15 Asst. Coaches:.. Jess Abrahams and Linda Sayavongchanh

SPORTS INFORMATION Basketball Contact:....................................... Nick Burns Email:................................... nicholas.burns@mnsu.edu SID Phone: .............................................. (507) 389-2625 SID Fax: .................................................. (507) 389-1923 Web site: ................................ www.msumavericks.com Mailing Address:........................ Myers Field House 135 .............................................Minnesota State University .................................................... Mankato, Minn. 56001

TEAM INFORMATION 2007-08 Record: . .....................................................22-9 NCC Conference Record:...........................................7-5 Conference Finish:.................................................... 3rd Starters Returning:........................................................4 Starters Lost:.................................................................1 Top Returner: ............. Amy Puthoff, Sr., G, Hartford, S.D. 14.9 ppg, 4.9 rpg, 2.71 apg, All-NCC

TEAM INFORMATION 2007-08 Record: . .....................................................4-23 NCC Conference Record:.........................................1-11 Conference Finish:.....................................................7th Starters Returning:........................................................3 Starters Lost:.................................................................2 Top Returner:.Kelsey Hewitt, So., F, Chippewa Falls, Wis.. 7.5 ppg, 5.7 rpg, Second Team All-NSIC

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: . ................................................. Pam Gohl Head Coach’s email:.................pamela.gohl@mnsu.edu Basketball Office Phone: . ....................... (507) 389-2678 Record at School/Years: . .....................................0-0/1st Career Record/Years:.........................................N/A/5th Asst. Coaches:................... Amy Sander and Sarah Tracy TEAM INFORMATION 2007-08 Record: . .....................................................23-9 Conference Record:...................................................6-6 Conference Finish:.....................................................4th Starters Returning:........................................................5 Starters Lost:.................................................................0 Top Returner:. Heathern Johnson, Sr., G, Janesville, Minn. 16.9 ppg, 2.9 rpg, .512 FG%, All-NCC

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Bemidji State Basketball NSIC Opponents................................................................................................................................. St. Cloud State University Huskies Jan. 10 • 6:00 p.m. @ Bemidji, Minn Feb. 7 • 6:00 p.m. @ St. Cloud, Minn. GENERAL INFORMATION Location/Enrollment: ................ St. Cloud, Minn (16,882) Conference:.......................Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: . .......................................... NCAA Division II School Colors: ..................................Cardinal and Black Home Court: ............................. Hallenbeck Hall (6,927) President: .............................................Dr. Earl Potter III Athletic Director:....................................Dr. Morris Kurtz Athletic Director Phone:.......................... (320) 308-3102

NSIC TERRITORY University of Minnesota, Crookston Crookston, Minnesota University of Mary Bismarck, North Dakota Minnesota State University Moorhead Moorhead, Minnesota

SPORTS INFORMATION Basketball Contact:.....................................Anne Abicht Email:.................................... aabicht@stcloudstate.edu SID Phone: .............................................. (320) 308-2141 SID Fax: .................................................. (320) 308-2099 Web site: ...................... www.stcloudstate.edu/athletics Mailing Address:.................................... Halenbeck Hall .................................................................720 4th Ave S. ........................................... St. Cloud, Minn. 56301-4498

Northern State University Aberdeen, South Dakota Southwest Minnesota State University Marshall, Minnesota

Bemidji State University Bemidji, Minnesota

NORTH DAKOTA

University of Minnesota Duluth Duluth, Minnesota

MINNESOTA

St. Cloud State University St. Cloud, Minnesota Concordia University-St. Paul St. Paul, Minnesota

SOUTH DAKOTA

Minnesota State University, Mankato Mankato, Minnesota Winona State University Winona, Minnesota

Augustana College Sioux Falls, South Dakota Wayne State College Wayne, Nebraska

IOWA

Upper Iowa University Fayette, Iowa

NEBRASKA

HEAD COACH Head Coach: . ...................................................Lori Fish Head Coach’s email:.................. llfish@stcloudstate.edu Basketball Office Phone: . ....................... (320) 308-5929 Record at School/Years: . .....................................0-0/1st Career Record:...................................... 62-53 (.539)/4th Asst. Coaches:.....Carol Thelen, Darby Noreen and Katie Jensen TEAM INFORMATION 2007-08 Record: . ...................................................11-17 NCC Conference Record:...........................................3-9 Conference Finish:.....................................................6th Starters Returning:........................................................4 Starters Lost:.................................................................1 Top Returner:.... Rachel Booth, So., F, Minneapolis, Minn. 12.5 ppg, 5.3 rpg, .447 FG%

• AUGUSTANA COLLEGE • BEMIDJI STATE UNIVERSITY • CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY-ST. PAUL • • UNIVERSITY OF MARY • UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, CROOKSTON • •UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH • MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, MANKATO • • MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD • NORTHERN STATE UNIVERSITY • • SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY • ST. CLOUD STATE UNIVERSITY • • UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY • WAYNE STATE COLLEGE • WINONA STATE UNIVERSITY •

NSIC 2008-09 Preseason Coaches’ Poll Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

School

Minnesota State (11) Augustana (3) Concordia-St. Paul Winona State Wayne State University of Mary MSU Moorhead St. Cloud State Southwest Minnesota State Minnesota Duluth Northern State Bemidji State Minnesota, Crookston Upper Iowa

Points 179 169 161 130 125 120 108 104 91 71 68 62 36 32

NSIC 2008-09 Players to Watch Amy Puthoff Sr. Heidi Matzke Sr. Candace Olstad Sr. Kayla Rogers Jr. Jamie Zelinsky So. Jacque Hartman Sr. Heather Johnson Sr. Katie Walden Sr. Megan Kusler So. Sara Leidall Sr. Katie Tacheny Sr. Britney Iredale Sr. Laquisha Cook Sr. Jenny Steffen Sr.

G G F G F F/C G G G/F F G G G G

Hartford, S.D. Augustana College Red Lake Falls, Minn. Bemidji State Elgin, Minn. Concordia-St. Paul Mandan, S.D. Univeristy of Mary Brooklyn Park, Minn. Minnesota, Crookston St. Cloud, Minn. Minnesota Duluth Janesville, Minn. Minnesota State Hawley, Minn. MSU Moorhead Aberdeen, S.D. Northern State Rochester, Minn. Southwest Minnesota State Woodbury, Minn. St. Cloud State Riverside, Calif. Upper Iowa Houston, Texas Wayne State De Pere, Wis. Winona State

NSIC 2008-09 Preseason Player of the Year Heather Johnson Sr.

G

Janesville, Minn.

Minnesota State

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Bemidji State Basketball ................................................................................................... .......

Friday, October 31 SW Minnesota State at Delta State

4 pm

Saturday, November 1 Winoan State at Marquette SW Minnesota State at American Int.

2 pm 4 pm

Sunday, November 2 SW Minnesota State at South Carolina-Aiken 6:30 pm Monday, November 3 University of Mary at North Dakota State 7 pm Tuesday, November 4 Minnesota, Crookston at South Dakota State 7 pm Wednesday, November 5 Minnesota, Crookston at North Dakota State 7 pm Minnesota Duuth at Drake 7 pm Winoan State at Northern Iowa 7:05 pm Friday, November 7 Concordia University vs. C. Washington 7 pm Minnesota Duluth at St. Ambrose TBA Saturday, November 8 Winona State at UW-Green Bay

12 pm

Sunday, November 9 SW Minnesota State at South Dakota State 2 pm Upper Iowa at Iowa 2 pm Concordia University vs. Indianapolis 6 pm MSU Moorhead at Minnesota TBA Saturday, November 15 Minnesota Duluth vs. Northern Michigan 1 pm SW Minnesota State vs. Chadron State 2 pm University of Mary vs. Humboldt State 5 pm Wayne State vs. Colo. Christian 5 pm Minnesota State vs. Hastings College 6 pm Northern State at Colo. Mines 6 pm St. Cloud State vs. UW-Oshkosh 6 pm Upper Iowa vs. Rockhurst 6 pm Winona State vs. Loras 6 pm MSU Moorhead vs. Metro State TBA Sunday, November 16 Bemidji State at South Dakota 1 pm Augustana vs. Chadron State 2 pm Northern State vs. Colo. Christian 2 pm University of Mary vs. Cal State Mon. Bay 3 pm Wayne State at Colo. Mines 5 pm MSU Moorhead vs. Regis University TBA Tuesday, November 18 Winona State vs. Clarke SW Minnesota State vs. Mayville State Upper Iowa vs. Waldorg

6 pm 7 pm 7 pm

Wednesday, November 19 Augustana at University of Sioux Falls

6 pm

Friday, November 21 St. Cloud State vs. Henderson State Bemidji State vs. Metro State Minnesota State vs. Dakota State Northern State vs. Presentation College Concordia University vs. UW-LaCrosse University of Mary at Montana State

1 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 8 pm 8 pm

Saturday, November 22 Augustana vs. Doane College St. Cloud State vs. Dakota State Bemidji State vs. Wisconsin-LaCrosse MSU Moorhead vs. Michigan Tech SW Minnesota State vs. Mount Mercy Concordia University vs. Metro State Wayne State at Newman Minnesota Duluth at South Dakota Minnesota State vs. Henderson State Winona State vs. St. Mary’s

1 pm 1 pm 2 pm 3 pm 3 pm 4 pm 4 pm 6 pm 6 pm 7 pm

Monday, November 24 Wayne State vs. Nebraska-Kearney

6 pm

Tuesday, November 25 Minnesota State vs. William Penn

6 pm

Upper Iowa vs. Central 6 pm Minnesota, Crookston at Valley City State 7 pm MSU Moorhead at Concordia College TBA Friday, November 28 Concordia University at Nebraska-Kearney 6 pm University of Mary vs. Colo. Mines 6 pm St. Cloud State vs. Northwest Missouri State 3 pm Winona State at Adams State 3 pm Minnesota State vs. Rockhurst 4 pm Minnesota, Crookston vs. Montana State TBA Saturday, November 29 Minnesota Duluth vs. Northern State 12 pm Bemidji State vs. Upper Iowa 1 pm University of Mary vs. Montana State 3 pm Concordia University vs. Rockhurst 4 pm Augustana vs. SW Minnesota State 5 pm St. Cloud State at Nebraska-Omaha 5:30 pm Minnesota State at Nebraska-Kearney 6 pm MSU Moorhead vs. Wayne State 6 pm Winoan State at CO. Colo. Springs 6 pm Minnesota, Crookston vs. Colo. Mines TBA Sunday, November 30 Bemidji State vs. Northern State SW Minnesota State vs. Upper Iowa Augustana vs. MSU Moorhead Minnesota Duluth vs. Wayne State

12 pm 1 pm 5 pm 6 pm

Wednesday, December 3 Minnesota Duluth vs. UW-Eau Claire

7 pm

Friday, December 5 Augustana at University of Mary Bemidji State at MSU Moorhead Concordia University at Upper Iowa Minnesota, Crookston vs. Minnesota Duluth Northern State vs. Wayne State St. Cloud State at Winona State

6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm

Friday, December 6 Augustana at Northern State Bemidji State at Minnesota, Crookston Concordia University at Winona State University of Mary vs. Wayne State Minnesota Duluth at MSU Moorhead Minnesota Stat at SW Minnesota State St. Cloud State at Upper Iowa

6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm

Friday, December 12 Bemidji State vs. Winona State 6 pm Concordia University vs. Minnesota, Crookston 6 pm University of Mary vs. Minnesota State 6 pm Minnesota Duluth vs. Upper Iowa 6 pm MSU Moorhead at St. Cloud State 6 pm Northern State vs. SW Minnesota State 6 pm

NSIC Composite Schedule

SW Minnesota State vs. Wayne State Sunday, December 21 Winoan State vs. Lynn Monday, December 22 St. Cloud State vs. Dakota State

1 pm 7:30 pm

Monday, December 29 Minnesota Duluth at Michigan Tech 4:30 pm SW Minnesota State vs. Cardinal Stritch 5 pm MSU Moorhead vs. Mayville State 6 pm Concordia University at South Dakota 7 pm Upper Iowa vs. William Penn 7 pm Tuesday, December 30 St. Cloud State vs. Minot State 4 pm Minnesota Duluth at Northern Michigan 4:30 pm Friday, January 2 Concordia University vs. Valley City State 3 pm Augustana at Bemidji State 6 pm University of Mary at Upper Iowa 6 pm Minnesota, Crookston at Minnesota State 6 pm Minnesota Duluth at Wayne State 6 pm MSU Moorhead at SW Minnesota State 6 pm Northern State at Winona State 6 pm Saturday, January 3 Concordia University at St. Cloud State Augustana vs. Minnesota Duluth Bemidji State vs. Wayne State College University of Mary at Winona State Minnesota, Crookston at SW Minnesota State Minnesota State vs. MSU Moorhead Northern State at Upper Iowa

2 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm

Friday, January 9 Augustana at MSU Moorhead Bemidji State vs. Concordia University Minnesota, Crookston vs. Wayne State Minnesota Duluth vs. St. Cloud State Minnesota State vs. Upper Iowa SW Minnesota State vs. Winona State

6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm

Saturday, January 10 Augustana at Minnesota, Crookston 6 pm Bemidji State vs. St. Cloud State 6 pm Concordia University at Minnesota Duluth 6 pm University of Mary at Northern State 6 pm Minnesota State vs. Winona State 6 pm MSU Moorhead vs. Wayne State 6 pm SW Minnesota State vs. Upper Iowa 6 pm

6 pm

Friday, January 30 Augustana vs.Concordia University 6 pm Bemidji State vs. Minnesota State 6 pm University of Mary at Minnesota, Crookston 6 pm Minnesota Duluth vs. SW Minnesota State 6 pm MSU Moorhead vs. Northern State 6 pm St. Cloud State at Wayne State 6 pm Saturday, January 31 Augustana vs. St. Cloud State Bemidji State vs. SW Minnesota State Concordia University at Wayne State University of Mary at MSU Moorhead Minnesota, Crookston vs. Northern State Minnesota Duluth vs. Minnesota State Upper Iowa vs. Winona State

6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm

Friday, February 6 Bemidji State at Concordia University 6 pm University of Mary vs. Upper Iowa 6 pm Minnesota, Crookston vs. Minnesota State 6 pm Minnesota Duluth at St. Cloud State 6 pm MSU Moorhead vs. SW Minnesota State 6 pm Northern State vs. Winona State 6 pm Saturday, February 7 Augustana vs. Wayne State College Bemidji State at St. Cloud State University of Mary vs. Winona State Minnesota, Crookston vs. SW Minnesota State Minnesota State at MSU Moorhead Northern State vs. Upper Iowa

6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm

Friday, February 13 Augustana at Upper Iowa 6 pm Bemidji State vs. MSU Moorhead 6 pm Concordia University at Minnesota State 6 pm Minnesota, Crookston at Minnesota Duluth 6 pm SW Minnesota State vs. St. Cloud State 6 pm Wayne State at Winona State 6 pm Saturday, February 14 Augustana at Winona State Bemidji State vs. Minnesota, Crookston Concordia University at SW Minnesota State University of Mary vs. Northern State Minnesota Duluth vs. MSU Moorhead Minnesota State vs. St. Cloud State Upper Iowa vs. Wayne State

6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm

Friday, February 20 Augustana vs. Univeristy of Mary Northern State at Wayne State

6 pm 6 pm

Tuesday, January 13 Minnesota, Crookston at North Dakota

7 pm

Friday, January 16 Augustana vs. Upper Iowa Bemidji State at Northern State Concordia University vs. Minnesota State University of Mary vs. Minnesota Duluth SW Minnesota State at St. Cloud State Wayne State vs. Winona State

6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm

Saturday, February 21 Minnesota, Crookston vs. St. Cloud State 2 pm Augustana vs. Northern State 6 pm Bemidji State at Winona State 6 pm Concordia University at MSU Moorhead 6 pm University of Mary at Wayne State 6 pm Minnesota Duluth at Upper Iowa 6 pm Minnesota State vs. SW Minnesota State 6 pm

Saturday, January 17 Augustana vs. Winona State 6 pm Bemidji State at University of Mary 6 pm Concordia University vs. SW Minnesota State 6 pm Minnesota, Crookston vs. MSU Moorhead 6 pm Minnesota Duluth at Northern State 6 pm Minnesota State at St. Cloud State 6 pm Upper Iowa vs. Wayne State 6 pm

Wednesday, February 25 Augustana vs. Minnesota State 6 pm Bemidji State vs. Minnesota Duluth 6 pm Concordia University vs. St. Cloud State 6 pm University of Mary vs. Minnesota, Crookston 6 pm MSU Moorhead at Northern State 6 pm SW Minnesota State at Wayne State 6 pm Upper Iowa vs. Winona State 6 pm

Friday, December 19 Bemidji State at Nebraska, Omaha 5:30 pm Minnesota, Crookston vs. Briar Cliff 5:30 pm SW Minnesota State vs. Minnesota Morris 6 pm

Friday, January 23 Augustana at SW Minnesota State Concordia University vs. Northern State University of Mary at St. Cloud State Minnesota, Crookston at Upper Iowa Minnesota State vs. Wayne State MSU Moorhead at Winona State

6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm

Saturday, December 20 Wayne State vs. York College Winona State vs. Valley City State Augustana vs. Wisconsin-Stout Concordia University vs. Lynn University of Mary vs. Crown College

Saturday, January 24 Bemidji State at Minnesota Duluth Augustana at Minnesota State Concordia University vs. University of Mary MSU Moorhead at Upper Iowa Northern State at St. Cloud State

Saturday, February 28 Augustana at Minnesota Duluth Bemidji State vs. Wayne State College Concordia University vs. Upper Iowa University of Mary at Minnesota State Minnesota, Crookston at MSU Moorhead Northern State at SW Minnesota State St. Cloud State vs. Winona State

3 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm

Saturday, December 13 Augustana at Wayne State 6 pm Bemidji State vs. Upper Iowa 6 pm Concordia University vs. MSU Moorhead 6 pm University of Mary vs. SW Minnesota State 6 pm Minnesota, Crookston at St. Cloud State 6 pm Minnesota Duluth vs. Winona State 6 pm Minnesota State at Northern State 6 pm Monday, December 15 Upper Iowa vs. Loras

7 pm

Wednesday, December 17 Augustana vs. Missouri Western State

7 pm

Tuesday, December 18 University of Mary vs. Seattle Pacific Minnesota State at UW-Stout

7 pm 7 pm

1 pm 1 pm 2 pm 3 pm 3 pm

3 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm

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Bemidji State Basketball

BSU Record Book.............................................................................................................................. Individual Career Bests FG Made......................... 740; Laurie Peterson (1982-86) FG Attempts.................. 1591; Laurie Peterson (1982-86) FG Pct.................................... .536; Sherry Hill (1979-82) FT Made............................. 324; Amy Lawson (2004-08) FT Attempts........................ 445; Amy Lawson (2004-08) FT Pct.................................... 819; Erin Walker (1996-00) 3-Pt FG Made.......... 214; Maggie Gernbacher (2003-06) 3-Pt FG Att............... 562; Maggie Gernbacher (2003-06) 3-Pt FG Pct....................... .390; Mona Muelken (1987-92) Rebounds........................ 952; Karen Morrisey (1993-97) Assists.................................... 843; Kim Babula (1983-87) Steals..................................... 293; Kim Babula (1983-87) Blocks.................................... 119; Sonia Stehr (1984-88) Points............................1,728; Karen Morrisey (1993-97) PPG........................................16.9; Sherry Hill (1979-82) Games..................................112; Liz Mulvihill (1983-87) 112; Amy Lawson (2004-08) 112; Stephanie Peterson (2004-08)

Single Season Bests Player Highs FG Made.................................214; Sherry Hill (1980-81) FG Attempts.................... 469; Laurie Peterson (1982-83) FG Pct.......................... .666; Cassie Lundquist (2000-01) FT Made............................. 120; Amy Lawson (2007-08) FT Attempts......................... 158; Amy Lawson(2007-08) FT Pct............................ . 906; Stacia Swanson (2003-04) 3-Pt FG Made............ 75; Maggie Gernbacher (2005-06) 3-Pt FG Att............... 190; Maggie Gernbacher (2004-05) 3-Pt FG Pct............................ .518; Ay Lawson (2004-08) Rebounds................................338; Sherry Hill (1980-81) Assists.................................... 244; Kim Babula (1986-87) Steals....................................... 80; Kim Babula (1986-87) Blocks...................................... 51; Sonia Stehr (1985-86) Points..................................535; Holly Logghe (1994-95) PPG........................................20.0; Sherry Hill (1980-81)

Team Highs FG Made................................................... 921 (1985-86) FG Attempts........................................... 2,093 (1990-91) FG Pct...................................................... .493 (1986-87) FT Made.................................................... 463 (2007-08) FT Attempts............................................... 650 (2007-08) FT Pct...................................................... .781 (2003-04) 3-Pt FG. Made............................................ 175 (2005-06) 3-Pt FG Att................................................. 508 (2005-06) 3-Pt FG Pct............................................... . 413 (1994-95) Rebounds............................................... 1,347 (1990-91) Assists....................................................... 524 (1986-87) Steals........................................................ 369 (2003-04) Blocks......................................................... 74 (2006-07) Points..................................................... 2,217 (1990-91) Points/Game............................................ 76.5 (1990-91)

Single Game Bests Player Highs FG Made.................................................. 15, Sherry Hill ..............................................vs. Winona State (1980-81) FG Att................................................29, Laurie Peterson .......................................... vs MSU Moorhead (1982-83) FG Pct................................ 1.000, Beth Buckingham (8-8) .................................... vs. Northern Michigan (1985-86) ................................................1.000, Amy Lawson (8-8) ................................................... at UW-Stout (11/25/08) FT Made.................... 17, Maggie Gernbacher (2003-04) FT Att......................... 19, Maggie Gernbacher (2003-04) FT Pct (Min. 6 att.)..................... 1.000, Leah Laurich (6-6) .................................................vs. UM-Morris (2000-01) .........................................1.000, Nancy McConkey (6-6) ..........................................vs. MSU Moorhead (1/13/06) ................................................1.000, Heidi Matzke (8-8) ............................... vs. Southwest Minnesota State (1/26/07)

.......................................1.000 Stephanie Peterson (8-8) ...................................... at Minnesota Duluth (11/24/06) ...............................................1.000 Kate Bremmer (7-7) ..................................... vs. University of Mary (2/27/07) ................................................. 1.000 Amy Lawson (7-7) ................................................vs. Upper Iowa (1/20/07) ......................................... 1.000 Nancy McConkey (6-6) ............................................... vs. Wayne State (1/27/07) .......................................1.000 Stephanie Peterson (6-6) ...................................... at University of Mary (1/12/07) ................................................ 1.000 Heidi Matzke (6-6) ................................... vs. Concordia-St. Paul (12/08/06) ...................................... 1.000, Stephanie Peterson (7-7) .....................................vs. Minnesota Duluth (12/16/07) ................................................1.000, Heidi Matzke (6-6) .............................................at North Dakota (12/20/07) ...................................... 1.000, Stephanie Peterson (6-6) .....................................at Concordia-St. Paul (12/08/07) 3-Pt FG Made.............................. 9, Maggie Gernbacher ....................................vs. Jamestown College (12/3/05) 3-Pt FG Att............................................. 16, Kris Demaris ...................................... vs. Minnesota Duluth (1989-90) 3-Pt FG Pct. (Min. 4 att.)...................... 1.000, Amber Graf ......................................(5-5) vs. Winona State (1-18-02) Rebounds.................24, Lori Hutchins vs. UND (1977-78) Assists.......................20, Jill Haverly vs. Luther (1987-88) Steals...................................................... 12, Liz Mulvhill ........................................... vs. Northern State (1985-86) Blocks..............................................6, Christine Schulze ............................................. vs. UM-Morris (1999-2000) Points..........................39, Amy Lawson vs. MSU Moorhead (2007-08)

Tracy Kulig led the 1988-89 club with 7.3 rebounds per contest. Kulig, who played from 1986-1990, was a co-captain from Akeley, Minn.

B r i d g e t L o n g m a n ranked second on the team in 1983-84 in assists (90) and third in points per game (11.6). The tri-captain was named to the North Country All-Tournament Team her sophomore season.

Team Highs FG Made.......................... 51; vs. St. Catherine (1984-85) FG Attempts..................101; vs. Mayville State (1977-78) FG Pct.......................670; vs. SW Minnesota State (1983-84) FT Made...................... 33; vs. Minnesota Duluth (2003-04) FT Attempts...................... 42; vs. Winona State (1990-91) FT Pct...........................1.000; (7-7) vs. Mayville State (1987-88) .................................... 1.000; (6-6) at Northern State (1/13/07) 3-Pt FG Made.......................... 13; vs. North Dakota State 3-Pt FG Att......................31; vs. Northern State (2004-05) 3-Pt FG Pct..........................857; vs. UM-Morris (1990-91) Rebounds.......................63; vs. Northern State (1986-87) Assists........................... 34; vs. Luther College (1987-88) Steals.............................. 26; vs. Western State (2003-04) Blocks.................. 8; vs. Morningside College (12/22/06) Points..............................108; vs. St. Catherine (1984-85) Points Allowed:................... 107; vs. Augustana (1991-92) Fewest Points Allowed: .........10; vs. Concordia-Moorhead ............................................................................... (1967-68) Largest Margin of Victory: ............... 73; vs. St. Catherine ........................................................................(1984-85) Largest Margin of Defeat: ..............70; vs. St. Cloud State

Miscellaneous Wins:....................................... 25 (1985-86 and 1986-87) Winning Percentage:............................... .833 (1985-86) Consecutive Wins:....................................... 23 (1986-87) Consecutive Home Wins Single Season:...................... 13 ........................................................................(1986-87) Consecutive Home Wins Multiple Seasons:............... 26 ........................................................................(1984-87) Consecutive Road Wins:.............................. 10 (1986-87) Fewest Points Allowed: .........10; vs. Concordia-Moorhead ............................................................................... (1967-68)

BSU Record Versus the NSIC Year

Overall

@ Home

On the Road

1992-93

4-8

2-4

2-4

1993-94

5-7

3-3

2-4

1994-94

5-7

3-3

2-4

1995-96

8-4

5-1

3-3

1996-97

6-6

3-2

3-4

1997-98

3-9

2-4

1-5

1999-00

7-11

4-5

3-6

2000-01

3-15

1-8

2-7

2001-02

3-15

2-7

1-8

2002-03

5-13

3-6

2-7

2003-04

8-8

4-4

4-4

2004-05

1-13

0-7

1-6

2005-06

6-8

4-3

2-5

2006-07

9-9

5-4

4-5

2007-08

9-9

6-3

3-6

Totals

85-153

48-69

37-84

(.357)

(.410)

(.306)

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Bemidji State Basketball ...........................................................................................................................

BSU All-Time Top 10

BSU Top Ten Records Top Game Scoring

10. 229...... Liz Mulvhill............... 1984-85............... 7.0

No.

St......... Player.........................................Seasons

No. Pts..............................Player vs. opponent (season)

Top Career Rebounding

1.

293...... Kim Babula................................1983-87

1. 39.......... Amy Lawson vs. MSU Moorhead (2007-08)

No. Reb...... Player...........................................Seasons

2.

292...... Amy Lawson...............................2004-08

2. 38................ Amy Lawson at Winona State (2007-08

1.

952....... Karen Morrisey.............................1993-97

3.

238...... Liz Mulvihill................................1983-87

3. 36................. H. Logghe vs. Moorhead State (94-95)

2.

856....... Stephanie Peterson.......................2004-08

4.

198...... Nichie Bendt...............................1988-91

4. 35.................... Sherry Hill vs. Winona State (80-81)

3.

836....... Liz Mulvihill..................................1983-87

5.

179...... Kris DeMaris...............................1987-91

5. 34............... Kris Demaris vs. Mayville State (89-90)

4.

797....... Sherry Hill....................................1979-82

6.

159...... Jennifer Ohm..............................1996-00

6. 33.............. Liz Mulvihill vs. Moorhead State (84-85)

5.

731....... Peggy Hammel-Moran..................1996-00

7.

158...... Laurie Peterson..........................1983-86

7.

31.....Maggie Gernbacher vs.Colorado State-Pueblo (04-05)

6.

696....... Laurie Peterson............................1982-86

8.

152...... Holly Logghe..............................1992-96

8. 30................ Nancy McConkey vs. St. Cloud (04-05)

7.

694....... Lora Weiers..................................1983-87

9.

151...... Beth Buckingham........................1984-88

30................ Holly Logghe vs. South Dakota (92-93)

8.

627....... Lois Weiers...................................1984-88

10.

134...... Karlee Simonson.........................2004-08

30................ Liz Mulvihill vs. Michigan Tech (86-87)

9.

623....... Lori Hutchins................................1975-79

30................... Erin Walker vs. Winona State (98-99)

10. 621....... Sonia Stehr...................................1984-88

30.........Maggie Gernbacher vs. Jamestown (05-06)

Top Season Assists Top Season Scoring

No. Ast...... Player .................. Season...................Avg.

No. Pts.......... Player .................... Season............... Avg.

1.

244...... Kim Babula........... 1986-87.................... 9.0

1.

592......... Karen Morrissey..... 1996-97..............21.9

2.

236...... Kim Babula........... 1985-86.................... 7.9

2.

535......... Holly Logghe.......... 1994-95..............19.8

3.

208...... Kim Babula........... 1984-85.................... 7.4

3.

499......... Sherry Hill.............. 1980-81..............20.0

4.

199...... Nichie Bendt......... 1991-92.................... 7.4

4.

498......... Kris Demaris........... 1988-89..............17.2

5.

186...... Amy Lawson......... 2007-08.................... 6.6

5.

492......... Karen Morrissey..... 1995-96..............18.2

6.

160...... Amy Lawson......... 2005-06.................... 5.7

6.

460......... Laurie Peterson...... 1982-83..............16.4

7.

157...... Amy Lawson......... 2006-07.................... 4.9

7.

455......... Laurie Peterson...... 1984-85..............16.3

8.

155...... Kim Babula........... 1983-84.................... 5.7

8.

454......... Kris Demaris........... 1989-90..............16.8

9.

150...... Jen Ohme.............. 1999-00.................... 5.6

9.

451......... Laurie Peterson...... 1985-86..............16.7

10. 145...... Nichie Bendt......... 1990-91.................... 5.2

10. 445......... Lora Weiers............ 1987-88..............18.5

Top Career Assists Top Career Scoring

No.

Ast....... Player.........................................Seasons

No. Pts.......... Player......................................... Seasons

1.

843...... Kim Babula.................................1983-87

1.

1,728...... Karen Morrissey......................... 1993-97

2.

625...... Amy Lawson...............................2004-08

2.

1,707...... Laurie Peterson.......................... 1982-86

3.

495...... Nichie Bendt...............................1988-92

3.

1,578...... Holly Logghe.............................. 1993-97

4.

454...... Jen Ohme....................................1996-00

4.

1,471...... Kris Demaris............................... 1987-91

5.

291...... Laurie Peterson..........................1982-86

5.

1,462 ..... Erin Walker................................. 1996-00

6.

279...... Holly Logghe..............................1993-97

6.

1,276...... Liz Mulvihill................................ 1983-87

7.

266...... Beth Buckingham........................1984-88

7.

1,250...... Sherry Hill.................................. 1979-82

8.

245...... Jenny Loeck................................1993-97

8.

1,212...... Amy Lawson............................... 2004-08

9.

235...... Kris Demaris...............................1987-91

9.

1,179...... Stephanie Peterson..................... 2004-08

10.

222..... Heidi Matzke................2005-present

Top Career Steals

Top Season Blocks No. Bk....... Player................... Season...................Avg. 1.

51....... Sonia Stehr........... 1995-96.................... 1.7

2.

42....... Kelly Harvey......... 1994-95.................... 1.5

3.

40....... Lois Weiers........... 1985-86.................... 1.3

4.

34....... Lora Weiers.......... 1983-84.................... 1.3

5.

29....... Christine Shulze... 1999-00.................... 1.1

29....... Kelly Spierings..... 1989-90.................... 1.1

7.

27....... Laurie Peterson.... 1985-86.................... 1.0

8.

26....... Cathy Anderson... 1990-91.................... 1.0

26....... Sonia Stehr........... 1987-88.................... 1.1

10. 25....... Lois Weiers........... 1987-88.................... 1.0

Top Career Blocks No.

Bk........ Player.........................................Seasons

1.

118...... Sonia Stehr.................................1984-88

2.

106...... Kelly Harvey...............................1991-95

3.

103...... Lois Weiers.................................1984-88

4.

81........ Lora Weiers................................1983-87

5.

57........ Christine Shulze.........................1996-99

57........ Cathy Anderson..........................1990-93

6.

55........ Stephanie Peterson.....................2004-08

7.

48........ Laurie Peterson..........................1983-86

9.

46........ Kaie Olson..................................1996-00

10.

44........ Allison Sanderberg....................2003-05

10. 1,137...... Kim Babula................................. 1983-87 11. 1,092...... Maggie Gernbacher................... 2003-06

Top Season Steals

12. 1,012...... Jenny Loeck................................ 1993-97

No. St......... Player................... Season...................Avg.

13. 1,003...... Linda Noel.................................. 1989-93

1.

86....... Nichie Bendt......... 1991-92.................... 3.1

2.

80....... Kim Babula........... 1985-86.................... 2.7

Top Season Rebounding

3.

79....... Kim Babula........... 1984-85.................... 3.5

No. Reb..... Player ...................... Season............... Avg.

4.

78....... Amy Lawson......... 2006-07.................... 2.8

1.

338...... Sherry Hill................ 1980-81..............13.5

5.

76....... Liz Mulvihill.......... 1985-86.................... 2.5

2.

278...... Karen Morrissey....... 1996-97..............10.3

6.

75....... Amy Lawson......... 2005-06.................... 2.7

3.

268...... Stephanie Peterson 2006-07................. 9.6

7.

74....... Kris DeMaris......... 1989-90.................... 2.7

4.

266...... Liz Runyan................ 1982-83............... 9.5

74....... Amy Lawson......... 2004-05.................... 2.7

5.

246...... Karen Morrissey....... 1994-95............... 8.4

9.

71....... Kim Babula........... 1986-87.................... 2.7

6.

242...... Cate Stehr................ 1990-91............... 8.4

10. 69....... Liz Mulvihill.......... 1986-87.................... 2.5

7.

239.......Stephanie Peterson.... 2005-06..................8.5

8.

236...... Lori Hutchins............ 1977-78..............10.3

9.

232...... Sherry Hill................ 1979-80..............15.0

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BSU Award Winners........................................................................................................................... NSIC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

BSU All-NSIC Selections

Amy Lawson................................................................................. 2008 Heidi Matzke....................................................................... 2008 (3rd) Stephanie Peterson............................................................. 2008 (HM) Amy Lawson........................................................................ 2007(2nd) Stephanie Peterson............................................................. 2007(2nd) Heidi Matzke........................................................................ 2007(HM) Amy Lawson ..................................................................... 2006 - (3rd) Stephanie Peterson .......................................................... 2006 - (3rd) Nancy McConkey.............................................................. 2005 - (HM) Stacia Swanson............................................................................. 2004 Amber Graf....................................................................... 2003 - (HM) Leah Laurich..................................................................... 2001 - (HM) Erin Walker.................................................................................. 2000 Peggy Hammel-Moran...................................................... 2000 - (HM) Jen Ohme.......................................................................... 2000 - (HM) Erin Walker.......................................................................1999 - (2nd) Karen Morrissey........................................................................... 1997 Holly Logghe............................................................................... 1996 Erica Lyseng................................................................................ 1996 Karen Morrissey........................................................................... 1996 Jenny Loeck.................................................................................. 1995 Holly Logghe............................................................................... 1995 Amy Nelson.................................................................................. 1994 Cathy Anderson........................................................................... 1993 Nichie Bendt................................................................................ 1992 Chris DeMaris.............................................................................. 1989 Lois Weiers................................................................................... 1988 Lora Weiers.................................................................................. 1988 Kim Babula................................................................................... 1987 Liz Mulvihill.................................................................................. 1987 Lois Weiers................................................................................... 1987 Lora Weiers.................................................................................. 1987 Kim Babula................................................................................... 1986 Liz Mulvihill.................................................................................. 1986 Laurie Peterson............................................................................ 1986 Laurie Peterson............................................................................ 1985 Lois Weiers................................................................................... 1985 Lora Weiers.................................................................................. 1984 Laurie Peterson............................................................................ 1983 Sherry Hill.................................................................................... 1982

2001-02 Dec. 2, 2002................................. Stacia Swanson

2003-04 Jan. 18, 2004................................ Stacia Swanson Feb. 23, 2004................................ Stacia Swanson

2004-05

Stacia Swanson

Nov. 29, 2004.......................Maggie Gernbacher

2005-06 Jan. 9, 2006.............................. Nancy McConkey Feb. 27, 2006..........................Stephanie Peterson

2006-07 Nov. 27, 2006.........................Stephanie Peterson Dec. 4, 2006..................................... Amy Lawson Jan. 22, 2007.................................... Amy Lawson

Amber Graf

2007-08 Jan. 21, 2008.................................... Amy Lawson Feb. 4, 2008...................................... Amy Lawson Feb. 11, 2008................................... Heidi Matzke

Totals - 6: Amy Lawson (4), Stacia Swanson (3), , Stephanie Peterson (2), Maggie Gernbaher (1), Heidi Matzke (1).

Jen Ohme

*no records available before the 1998-99 season.

BSU Academic All-NSIC

Kirsten Hengstler....................... 2007-08 Katherine Jamnick...................... 2007-08 Amy Lawson............................... 2007-08 Miranda Nelson.......................... 2007-08 Kate Bremmer............................ 2006-07 Nancy McConkey....................... 2006-07 Nicole Friend............................. 2006-06 Nancy McConkey....................... 2005-06 Nicole Friend............................. 2004-05 Nancy McConkey....................... 2004-05 Yontel Handford......................... 2003-04 Katie Dale.................................. 2002-03 Christi Goodhart........................ 2002-03 Amber Graf................................ 2002-03 Yontel Handford......................... 2002-03 Crystal Jones.............................. 2002-03 Katie Long.................................. 2002-03 Peggy Hammel-Moran........... 1999-2000 Jen Ohme............................... 1999-2000 Peggy Hammel-Moran............... 1998-99 Sarah Nelson.............................. 1998-99 Jen Ohme................................... 1998-99

Peggy Hammel-Moran

Amy Lawson Defensive Player of theYear Amy Lawson, 2006 Amy Lawson earned Second Team All-NSIC honors last winter after leading the league in steals and was third in the league in assists.

Laurie Peterson

*Must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.2, be a sophomore and have spent at least one year at current institution.

Karen Morrissey

Maggie Gernbacher

Most Valuable Player Newcomer of the Year

**No records available before the 1998-99 season.

Karen Morrissey, 1997 Stephanie Peterson

Mike Power Coach of the Year

Maggie Gernbacher, 2004 Mike Power, 2004 Doreen Zierer, 1996

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Bemidji State Basketball ............................................................................................................ Year-by-Year Scoring Leaders Years.............Player............................................Points........Ave. 1972-73.........Lila Veenker..................................131............8.7 1973-74.........Lila Veenker..................................120............9.2 1974-75.........Pat Sartell......................................70..............8.7 1975-76.........Lori Hutchins.................................152............12.6 1976-77.........Lori Hutchins.................................202............12.6 1977-78.........Lori Hutchins.................................315............13.7 1978-79.........Lori Hutchins.................................319............15.9 1979-80.........Sherry Hill.....................................389............15.0 1980-81.........Sherry Hill.....................................499............20.0 1981-82.........Sherry Hill.....................................362............15.7 1982-83.........Laurie Peterson............................460............16.4 1983-84.........Laurie Peterson............................341............12.6 1984-85.........Laurie Peterson............................455............16.3 1985-86.........Laurie Peterson............................451............16.7 1986-87.........Lora Weiers...................................431............15.4 1987-88.........Lora Weiers...................................445............18.5 1988-89.........Kris Demaris.................................498............17.2 1989-90.........Kris Demaris.................................454............16.8 1990-91.........Kris Demaris.................................332............11.9 1991-92.........Nichie Bendt.................................401............14.9 1992-93.........Cathy Anderson...........................350............13.0 1993-94.........Holly Logghe................................378............14.0 1994-95.........Holly Logghe................................535............19.8 1995-96.........Karen Morrissey...........................492............18.2 1996-97.........Karen Morrissey...........................592............21.9 1997-98.........Erin Walker...................................351............13.0 1998-99.........Erin Walker...................................457............16.9 1999-00.........Erin Walker...................................386............14.3 2000-01.........Leah Laurich.................................288............10.7 2001-02.........Christi Goodhart..........................220............8.1 2002-03.........Amber Graf..................................424............15.7 2003-04.........Stacia Swanson.............................338............14.7 2004-05.........Maggie Gernbacher...................328............12.1 2005-06.........Stephanie Peterson......................335............12.0 2006-07.......Stephanie Peterson................. .......382...........13.6 2007-08.......Amy Lawson.........................427...........15.3

BSU Year-by-Year Leaders

Year-by-Year Rebounding Leaders Years.............Player.........................................Reb...........Ave 1976-77........Lori Hutchins..............................166...........10.4 1977-78........Lori Hutchins..............................236...........10.3 1978-79........Lori Hutchins..............................221...........11.1 1979-80........Sherry Hill..................................232...........15.0 1980-81........Sherry Hill..................................338...........13.5 1981-82........Sherry Hill..................................227...........9.9 1982-83........Liz Runyan..................................266...........9.5 1983-84........Liz Mulvhill.................................229...........8.5 1984-85........Liz Mulvhill.................................189...........7.0 1985-86........Liz Mulvhill.................................216...........7.2 1986-87........Lora Weiers................................207...........7.4 1987-88........Lora Weiers................................219...........8.7 1988-89........Tracy Kulig.................................213...........7.3 1989-90........Kelly Spierings..........................145...........5.6 1990-91........Cate Stehr..................................242...........8.4 1991-92........Cathy Anderson........................137...........5.1 1992-93........Cathy Anderson........................202...........7.5 1993-94........Natalie Bendt.............................208...........7.7 1994-95........Karen Morrissey........................246...........9.1 1995-96........Karen Morrissey........................226...........8.4 1996-97........Karen Morrissey........................278...........10.3 1997-98........Peggy Hammel..........................203...........7.5 1998-99........Peggy Hammel..........................174...........6.4 1999-00........Peggy Hammel-Moran.............214...........7.9 2000-01........Jodi Haugen...............................172...........6.6 2001-02........Jodi Haugen...............................131...........5.0 2002-03........Stacia Swanson..........................149...........7.8 2003-04........Stacia Swanson..........................141...........6.1 2004-05........Stephanie Peterson...................142...........5.3 2005-06........Stephanie Peterson .................. 239...........8.5 2006-07.......Stephanie Peterson ................... 268 ........ 9.6 2007-08.......Stephanie Peterson ............ 207 ........ 7.4

Year-by-Year Assists Leaders Years.............Player.........................................Assists......Ave. 1976-77........Lorna Olson...............................25.............1.6 1977-78........N/A 1978-79........Ginny Liden...............................38.............2.1 1979-80........Betty Hughes.............................106...........4.1 1980-81........Patty Weldon..............................67.............2.9 1981-82........Brenda Krogstad........................26.............1.1 1982-83........Laurie Peterson.........................71.............2.5 1983-84........Kim Babula.................................155...........5.7 1984-85........Kim Babula.................................208...........7.4 1985-86........Kim Babula.................................236...........7.9 1986-87........Kim Babula.................................244...........9.0 1987-88........Jill Haverly..................................113...........4.5 1988-89........Mona Muelken..........................85.............2.9 1989-90........Nichie Bendt..............................93.............3.4 1990-91........Nichie Bendt..............................145...........5.2 1991-92........Nichie Bendt..............................199...........7.4 1992-93........Alyssa Bilben.............................67.............2.8 1993-94........Sara Joesting..............................91.............3.4 1994-95........Jenny Loeck...............................122...........4.5 1995-96........Holly Logghe.............................86.............3.2 1996-97........Jen Ohme...................................129...........4.8 1997-98........Jen Ohme...................................100...........3.7 1998-99........Jen Ohme...................................75 ............5.0 1999-00........Jen Ohme...................................150...........5.6 2000-01........Alison Cesnovar........................70.............2.6 2001-02........Alison Cesnovar........................57.............2.1 2002-03........Christi Goodhart.......................64.............2.4 2003-04........Shawne Koch.............................105...........3.6 2004-05........Amy Lawson..............................122...........4.5 2005-06........Amy Lawson..............................160...........5.7 2006-07 ..... Amy Lawson................................157.......... 5.6 2007-08 ..... Amy Lawson.......................186........ 6.6

Year-by-Year Team Statistics (Since 1970)* Year GP FG/FGA PCT FT/FTA PCT 3PT-FG 3PT-FGA PCT REBS ASTS STLS BLKS 2007-08 28 752/1,763 .427 463/650 .712 148 439 .337 1104 413 250 62 2006-07 28 762/1,777 .429 355/480 .740 174 503 .346 1094 477 223 74 2005-06 28 751/1,755 .428 379-561 .676 175 508 .344 1073 474 260 47 2004-05 27 592/1,521 .389 243/366 .664 149 472 .316 873 372 310 61 2002-03 27 667/1,684 .396 326/441 .739 132 492 .268 877 342 357 61 2001-02 27 626/1,553 .403 304/419 .726 135 403 .335 965 337 211 30 1999-00 27 709/1,634 .434 349/471 .741 135 363 .372 965 412 230 47 1998-99 27 653/1,511 .432 399/542 .736 125 304 .411 967 360 233 69 1997-98 27 613/1,547 .396 300/495 .606 93 279 .333 987 309 232 66 1996-97 27 742/1,731 .429 372/541 .688 140 365 .384 1,109 468 238 44 1995-96 27 769/1,703 .452 382/555 .688 183 454 .403 1,090 451 274 32 1994-95 27 750/1,692 .443 366/532 .688 164 397 .413 1,077 437 222 61 1993-94 27 726/1,785 .407 423/600 .705 103 324 .318 1,145 389 261 62 1992-93 27 661/1,728 .383 426/645 .661 106 331 .320 1,145 385 252 74 1991-92 27 794/1,859 .427 333/484 .688 94 267 .352 1,041 470 294 68 1990-91 29 863/2,093 .412 409/600 .682 822 221 .371 1,347 462 259 49 1989-90 27 709/1,712 .410 269/430 .630 72 217 .330 1,015 433 244 49 1988-89 29 759/1,837 .413 321/451 .712 84 209 .402 1,074 396 242 22 1987-88 25 652/1,518 .430 301/463 .650 24 63 .381 878 342 1986-87 28 889/1,804 .493 397/621 .639 1,064 524 328 78 1985-86 30 921/1,898 .485 375/550 .682 1,119 443 356 167 1984-85 28 835/1798 .464 314/502 .625 1052 474 324 72 1983-84 27 807/1786 .452 250/421 .594 1095 426 289 77 1982-83 28 741/1896 .391 216/384 .563 1266 238 1981-82 23 534/1421 .376 214/366 .585 1012 149 1980-81 25 669/1753 .382 214/355 .603 1045 238 1979-80 26 759/1704 .445 223/355 .628 1108 308 1978-79 23 649/1633 .397 217/378 .574 1134 275 1977-78 25 720/1715 .420 294/472 .622 922 1976-77 16 444/1009 .447 95/243 .439 549 73 1975-76 12 275/ 103/ 1974-75 16 1973-74 13 240/ 102 1972-73 15 250/ 135 1971-72 12 1970-71 8 *based on unofficial records

TP 2,115 2053 2,056 1,576 1,792 1,691 1,902 1,830 1,619 1,996 2,103 2,030 1,978 1,854 2,015 2,217 1,759 1,923 1,630 2,185 2,213 2012 1864 1698 1282 1552 1741 1515 1723 983 653 791 582 635

AVE 75.5 73.3 73.4 58.4 66.4 62.6 70.4 67;8 60.0 73.9 77.9 75.2 73.3 68.7 74.6 76.5 65.1 66.3 67.9 78.0 73.8 71.9 69.0 60.6 55.7 62.1 67.0 65.9 68.9 61.4 54.4 49.4 44.8 42.3

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BSU Coaching Records................................................................................................................... All-Time Head Coaches Name

Year(s)

# of year(s)

Win

Loss

Tie

Pct.

10 4 1 4 1 3 12 3 3 41

95 40 2 70 25 43 129 28 40 472

48 59 21 43 3 38 197 56 44 509

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

.663 .404 .087 .619 .892 .531 .395 .333 .476 .481

Ruth Howe 1967-77 Ann Lowdermilk 1977-81 Jo Carpenter 1981-82 Joan Campbell 1982-86 Sherri Mattson 1986-87 Mary McDonald 1987-90 Doreen Zierer 1990-2002 Mike Power 2002-2005 Mike Curfman 2005-Current Totals 1967-2007

All-Time Coaching Records

10 Seasons Coached 12 Doreen Zierer 10 Ruth Howe 4 Anne Lowdermilk 4 Joan Campbell 3 Mary McDonald

1990-2002 1967-77 1977-81 1982-86 1987-90

Year-by-Year Head Coaches

70 Coaching Victories 129 Doreen Zierer 95 Ruth Howe 70 Joan Campbell 43 Mary McDonald 40 Ann Lowdermilk

Name...................Year............ Win....... Loss........ Tie Ruth Howe.............. 1967-68............... 2...............6 Ruth Howe.............. 1968-69............... 6...............7 Ruth Howe.............. 1969-70............... 7...............5 Ruth Howe.............. 1970-71............... 8...............2 Ruth Howe.............. 1971-72.............. 11..............5.............. 1 Ruth Howe.............. 1972-73.............. 12..............5 Ruth Howe.............. 1973-74............... 9...............4 Ruth Howe.............. 1974-75.............. 14..............2 Ruth Howe.............. 1975-76.............. 14..............8 Ruth Howe.............. 1976-77.............. 12..............4 Ann Lowdermilk..... 1977-78.............. 10.............15 Ann Lowdermilk..... 1978-79.............. 11.............12 Ann Lowdermilk..... 1979-80.............. 14.............12 Ann Lowdermilk..... 1980-81............... 5..............20 Jo Carpenter.......... 1981-82............... 2..............21 Joan Campbell....... 1982-83.............. 12.............16 Joan Campbell....... 1983-84.............. 15.............12 Joan Campbell....... 1984-85.............. 18.............10 Joan Campbell....... 1985-86.............. 25..............5 Sherri Mattson........ 1986-87.............. 25..............3 Mary McDonald..... 1987-88.............. 17..............8 Mary McDonald..... 1988-89.............. 13.............16 Mary McDonald..... 1989-90.............. 13.............14

1990-2002 1967-77 1982-86 1987-90 1977-81

.892 Winning Percentage .892 Sherri Mattson .663 Ruth Howe .619 Joan Campbell .531 Mary McDonald .404 Ann Lowdermilk

1986-87 1967-77 1982-86 1987-90 1977-81

Name...................Year............ Win....... Loss........ Tie Doreen Zierer........ 1990-91.............. 16.............13 Doreen Zierer........ 1991-92 ............. 16.............11 Doreen Zierer........ 1992-93.............. 10.............17 Doreen Zierer........ 1993-94............... 9..............18 Doreen Zierer........ 1994-95.............. 14.............13 Doreen Zierer........ 1995-96.............. 19..............8 Doreen Zierer........ 1996-97.............. 13.............14 Doreen Zierer........ 1997-98............... 5..............22 Doreen Zierer........ 1998-99.............. 10.............17 Doreen Zierer........ 1999-00............... 9..............18 Doreen Zierer........ 2000-01............... 3..............24 Doreen Zierer........ 2001-02............... 5..............22 Mike Power............ 2002-03............... 9..............18 Mike Power............ 2003-04.............. 14.............15 Mike Power............ 2004-05............... 5..............23 Mike Curfman........ 2005-06.............. 13.............15 Mike Curfman........2006-07..............14.............14 Mike Curfman........ 2007-08.............. 13.............15 TOTALS........... 41 Seasons.........472......... 509......... 1 Winning Percentage (.481)

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Bemidji State Basketball .................................................................................................................. Adams State (0-1, .000) • Last Meeting, 11/24/00, Adams State win, 70-68 • Last Five Games - Adams State 1-0 11/24/00..........Adams St................................................L, 70-68

All-Time vs. Opponents

Augustana (1-7, .125) • Last Meeting, 11/17/06, Augustana win, 76-92 • Last Five Games - Augustana, 5-0 12/10/83..........Augustana...................................... W, 77-72 (ot) 12/30/91..........Augustana............................................L, 107-64 12/29/92..........Augustana..............................................L, 96-60 12/19/93..........Augustana..............................................L, 94-62 11/30/96..........Augustana..............................................L, 79-76 12/10/96..........Augustana..............................................L, 95-71 11/14/97..........Augustana .............................................L, 78-64 11/17/06..........Augustana..............................................L, 76-92

1981.................Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 75-64 1981.................Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 69-58 1985.................Concordia-St. Paul.................................W, 81-75 12/20/85..........Concordia-St. Paul.................................W, 75-64 12/19/86..........Concordia-St. Paul.................................W, 82-39 2/28/86............Concordia-St. Paul.................................W, 92-62 2/23/87............Concordia-St. Paul.................................W, 92-38 1/15/00............Concordia-St. Paul.................................W, 67-52 2/18/00............Concordia-St. Paul.................................W, 76-58 1/13/01............Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 63-56 2/16/01............Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 79-55 1/19/02............Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 75-61 2/22/02............Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 81-71 1/25/03............Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 75-68 2/28/03............Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 82-61 1/2/04..............Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 78-69 2/7/04..............Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 84-65 1/7/05..............Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 82-59 2/26/05............Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 70-55 3/2/05..............Concordia-St. Paul................................L, 102-80 1/6/06..............Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 65-73 2/26/06............Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 78-93 12/08-06...........Concordia-St. Paul.................................W, 82-74 2/03/07............Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 68-90 12/08/07..........Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 77-83 02/01/08..........Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 74-87

Barry (FL) (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 11/30/02, Bemidji State win, 78-70 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 11/30/02..........Barry.....................................................W, 78-70

Dickinson State (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 1/3/86, Bemidji State win, 79-53 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State, 1-0 1/3/86..............Dickinson State.....................................W, 79-53

Bemijdji State J.C. (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 1970, Bemidji State win, 46-20 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 1970.................Bemidji St. J.C........................................W, 46-20

Eastern Montana (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/16/89, Bemidji State win, 69-53 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State, 1-0 12/16/89..........Eastern Montana...................................W, 69-53

Bethel (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 1983, Bemidji State win, 67-47 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 1983.................Bethel....................................................W, 67-47

Eckerd (FL (2-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/7/95, Bemidji State win, 90-56 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 2-0 12/17/90..........Eckerd College...................................W, 105-82 12/7/95............Eckerd College.....................................W, 90-56

Alaska-Anchorage (0-1, .000) • Last Meeting, 12/6/91, Alaska-Anchorage win, 69-56 • Last Five Games - Alaska-Anchorage 1-0 12/6/91............Alaska-Anchorage.................................L, 69-56 Arkansas Tech (0-1, .000) • Last Meeting, 3/13/87, Arkansas Tech win, 69-68 • Last Five Games - Arkansas Tech 1-0 3/13/87............Arkansas Tech........................................L, 69-68

California State Stanislaus (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 11/29/96. Bemidji State win, 77-64 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 11/29/96..........Cal State Stanislaus...............................W, 77-64 California (PA) (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/28/98, Bemidji State win, 72-61 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 12/28/98..........California..............................................W, 72-61 Cameron (OK) (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/3/94, Bemidji State win, 91-63 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 12/3/94............Cameron...............................................W, 91-63 Carleton (MN) (1-1, .500) • Last Meeting, 12/31/05, Bemidji State win, 74-59 • Last Five Games - Carleton 1-1 12/13/03..........Carleton.................................................L, 57-52 12/31/05..........Carleton................................................W, 74-59 Central Missouri (0-1, .000) • Last Meeting, 11/28/99, Central Missouri win, 89-64 • Last Five Games - Central Missouri 1-0 11/28/99..........Central Missouri....................................L, 89-64 Colorado St-Pueblo (1-1, .500) • Last Meeting, 11/16/07, Colorado-St. Pueblo win, 74-67 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-1 11/26/04..........Colorado St.-Pueblo..............................W, 93-59 11/16/07..........at Colorado St. Pueblo............................L, 67-74 Colorado School of Mines (0-1, .000) • Last Meeting, 12/1/04, Colorado School of Mines win, 86-61 • Last Five Games - Colorado School of Mines 1-0 12/1/04............Colorado School of Mines......................L, 86-61 Concordia-Moorhead (13-12-1, 519) • Last Meeting, 12/15/86, Bemidji State win, 83-68 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State, 3-2 1968.................Concordia-Moorhead............................. W, 26-6 1968.................Concordia-Moorhead.............................L, 35-18 1969.................Concordia-Moorhead............................W, 24-10 1969.................Concordia-Moorhead.............................L, 32-17 1970.................Concordia-Moorhead............................W, 59-28 1/23/71............Concordia-Moorhead............................W, 48-18 1/27/71............Concordia-Moorhead............................W, 47-27 2/1/71..............Concordia-Moorhead.............................L, 44-41 2/16/71............Concordia-Moorhead.............................T, 39-39 2/9/73..............Concordia-Moorhead.............................L, 32-29 1973.................Concordia-Moorhead............................W, 29-27 1975.................Concordia-Moorhead............................W, 48-39 1975.................Concordia-Moorhead............................W, 53-46 1976.................Concordia-Moorhead.............................L, 56-50 1976.................Concordia-Moorhead............................W, 52-50 1977.................Concordia-Moorhead.............................L, 56-53 1977.................Concordia-Moorhead.............................L, 56-47 1977.................Concordia-Moorhead............................W, 44-38 1978.................Concordia-Moorhead.............................L, 56-47 1979.................Concordia-Moorhead.............................L, 56-48 12/10/79..........Concordia-Moorhead.............................L, 66-51 1981.................Concordia-Moorhead.............................L, 94-60 1981.................Concordia-Moorhead.............................L, 83-75 12/16/83..........Concordia-Moorhead............................W, 74-65 11/29/84..........Concordia-Moorhead............................W, 67-59 12/15/86..........Concordia-Moorhead............................W, 83-68 Concordia-St. Paul (11-19, .367) • Last Meeting, 2/01/08, Concordia-St. Paul win, 87-74 • Last Five Games - CSP 4-1 1978.................Concordia-St. Paul.................................W, 77-64 1978.................Concordia-St. Paul.................................W, 83-51 1980.................Concordia-St. Paul.................................W, 75-62 1980.................Concordia-St. Paul..................................L, 74-61

Finlandia (MI) (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/13/02, Bemidji State win, 62-44 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 12/13/02..........Finlandia...............................................W, 62-44 Florida Southern (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/15/90, Bemidji State win, 88-79 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 12/15/90..........Florida Southern...................................W, 88-79 Fort Hays State (1-1, .500) • Last Meeting, 11/26/05, Bemidji State win, 77-74 • Last Five Games - tied 1-1 11/29/97..........Fort Hays State.......................................L, 65-54 11/26/05..........Fort Hays State......................................W, 77-74 Fresno Pacific (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 11/26/96, Bemidji State win, 74-57 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 11/26/96..........Fresno Pacific........................................W, 74-57 Georgia Southwestern (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/30/98, Bemidji State win, 80-66 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 12/30/98..........Georgia Southwestern..........................W, 80-66 Grand View (IA) (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 11/22/85, Bemidji State win, 87-65 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 11/22/85..........Grand View...........................................W, 87-65 Gustavus Adolphus (3-1, .750) • Last Meeting, 1983, Gustavus Adolphus win, 66-57 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-1 1973.................Gustavus Adolphus...............................W, 42-32 1974.................Gustavus Adolphus...............................W, 42-31 1976.................Gustavus Adolphus...............................W, 61-44 1983.................Gustavus Adolphus................................L, 66-57 Hamline (3-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 11/17/84, Bemidji State win, 93-52 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-0 1978.................Hamline..............................................W, 103-28 1980.................Hamline................................................W, 87-57 11/17/84..........Hamline................................................W, 93-52 Hibbing State J.C. (2-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 1970, Bemidji State win, 37-17 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 2-0 1969.................Hibbing State JC............................................. W 1970.................Hibbing State JC....................................W, 37-17 Hope (MI) (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/29/88, Bemidji State win, 77-65 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 12/29/88..........Hope.....................................................W, 77-65 Jamestown (N.D. (4-3, .571) • Last Meeting, 12/3/05, Bemidji State win, 89-72 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-2 11/15/83..........Jamestown .............................................L, 73-65 12/9/89............Jamestown.............................................W, 62-49 11/24/90..........Jamestown.............................................W, 67-54 12/1/91............Jamestown.............................................W, 74-56 1/2/97..............Jamestown..............................................L, 95-85 1/2/98..............Jamestown..............................................L, 77-60 12/3/05............Jamestown.............................................W, 89-72 Lake Superior State (MI) (1-1, .500) • Last Meeting, 12/21/99, Lake Superior State win, 67-66 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-1 11/13/98..........Lake Superior State...............................W, 74-62 12/21/99..........Lake Superior State................................L, 67-66

Lakehead (0-1, .000) • Last Meeting, 1984, Lakehead win, 79-63 • Last Five Games - Lakehead 0-1 1984.................Lakehead ..............................................L, 79-63 Lees-McRae (NC) (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 11/29/02, Bemidji State win, 58-55 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 11/29/02..........Lees-McRaie.........................................W, 58-55 Lewis (IL) (1-1, .500) • Last Meeting, 12/1/95, Bemidji State win, 82-53 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-1 11/24/92..........Lewis......................................................L, 71-69 12/1/95............Lewis.....................................................W, 82-53 Luther (IA) (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/29/87, Bemidji State win, 87-74 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 12/29/87..........Luther...................................................W, 87-74 Macalester (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 1979, Bemidji State win, 98-37 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 1979.................Macalester ...........................................W, 98-37 Manitoba (0-7, .000) • Last Meeting, 1/18/73, Manitoba win, 59-33 • Last Five Games - Manitoba 5-0 1974.................Manitoba................................................L, 59-32 1976.................Manitoba................................................L, 61-59 1978.................Manitoba................................................L, 74-66 1980.................Manitoba................................................L, 78-61 1981.................Manitoba................................................L, 83-51 1982.................Manitoba................................................L, 79-55 1/18/73............Manitoba................................................L, 59-33 Martin Luther (MN) (2-1, .667) • Last Meeting, 1978, Bemidji State win, 93-37 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 2-1 1976.................Martin Luther ........................................L, 74-70 1977.................Martin Luther .......................................W, 80-46 1978.................Martin Luther .......................................W, 93-37 Mary (N.D.) (1-5, .167) • Last Meeting, 3/1/08, Mary win 80-78 • Last Five Games - Mary 5-0 11/30/84..........Mary ....................................................W, 80-75 1/12/06............Mary......................................................L, 57-60 2/17/07............Mary......................................................L, 83-90 1/12/08............Mary......................................................L, 93-99 2/15/08............Mary......................................................L, 64-86 3/1/08..............Mary......................................................L, 78-80 Mayville State (23-5, .821) • Last Meeting, 01/02/08, Bemidji State Win 90-83 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 4-1 1/19/71............Mayville State........................................W, 48-24 1/29/73............Mayville State........................................W, 68-43 1974.................Mayville State........................................W, 77-45 1975.................Mayville State........................................W, 62-31 1975.................Mayville State........................................W, 53-19 1976.................Mayville State........................................W, 74-37 1976.................Mayville State........................................W, 69-39 1977.................Mayville State........................................W, 86-64 1978.................Mayville State......................................W, 104-42 1979.................Mayville State........................................W, 90-48 1982.................Mayville State........................................W, 75-73 11/17/83..........Mayville State........................................W, 69-57 12/9/83............Mayville State........................................W, 86-75 12/12/84..........Mayville State........................................W, 63-61 12/10/85..........Mayville State........................................W, 51-49 12/12/86..........Mayville State........................................W, 69-63 12/17/87..........Mayville State........................................W, 66-61 1/24/89............Mayville State.........................................L, 80-54 12/5/89............Mayville State........................................W, 42-41 12/18/89..........Mayville State.........................................L, 72-64 11/27/90..........Mayville State.........................................L, 63-51 12/11/90..........Mayville State........................................W, 81-70 12/11/91..........Mayville State.........................................L, 85-73 2/17/92............Mayville State........................................W, 88-56 11/18/04..........Mayville State........................................W, 67-46 11/15/05..........Mayville State.........................................L, 89-94 12/16/07..........Mayville State........................................W, 88-83 01/02/08..........Mayville State........................................W, 90-83 Mesa St. (CO) (0-1, .000) • Last Meeting, 11/25/00, Mesa St. win, 92-63 • Last Five Games - Mesa St. 1-0 11/25/00..........Mesa St...................................................L, 92-63 Metro State (CO) (0-2, .000) • Last Meeting, 12/4/04, Metro State win, 74-51 • Last Five Games - Metro State 2-0 11/28/98..........Metro State.............................................L, 72-62 12/4/04............Metro State.............................................L, 74-51 Michigan Tech (4-10, .286) • Last Meeting, 12/14/02, Michigan Tech win, 72-57 • Last Five Games - Michigan Tech 5-0 11/22/86..........Michigan Tech.......................................W, 84-52 12/16/88..........Michigan Tech.......................................W, 68-60 11/29/91..........Michigan Tech.......................................W, 81-59 11/28/92..........Michigan Tech........................................L, 77-56 11/26/93..........Michigan Tech........................................L, 68-65 11/25/94..........Michigan Tech........................................L, 89-57 11/25/95..........Michigan Tech.......................................W, 71-58 11/23/96..........Michigan Tech........................................L, 87-70 12/20/97..........Michigan Tech........................................L, 70-46 12/19/98..........Michigan Tech........................................L, 83-58 12/13/99..........Michigan Tech........................................L, 75-69 12/17/00..........Michigan Tech........................................L, 98-37 12/20/01..........Michigan Tech........................................L, 86-46 12/14/02..........Michigan Tech........................................L, 72-57 Middlebury (1-0, 1.000)

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All-Time veresus Opponents..................................................................................................... • Last Meeting, 11/27/99, Bemidji State win, 84-45 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 11/27/99..........Middlebury...........................................W, 84-45 Minnesota (1-3, .250) • Last Meeting, 1978, Minnesota win, 65-53 • Last Five Games - Minnesota 3-1 1971.................Minnesota..............................................L, 39-36 1973.................Minnesota.............................................W, 46-40 1976.................Minnesota..............................................L, 54-41 1978.................Minnesota..............................................L, 65-53 Minnesota-Crookston (16-6, .727) • Last Meeting, 2/10/07 Bemidji State win, 89-56 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 5-0 1/6/96..............Minnesota-Crookston..........................W, 101-56 1/4/97..............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 87-58 12/2/97............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 79-40 12/9/98............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 82-55 12/10/99..........Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 77-50 1/29/00............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 83-55 12/8/00............Minnesota-Crookston.............................L, 77-63 1/27/01............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 58-55 12/29/01..........Minnesota-Crookston.............................L, 77-69 2/2/02..............Minnesota-Crookston.............................L, 79-64 1/3/03..............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 93-70 2/8/03..............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 57-42 1/10/04............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 63-61 1/31/04............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 73-71 1/29/05............Minnesota-Crookston.............................L, 82-67 2/5/05..............Minnesota-Crookston.............................L, 73-67 1/28/06............Minnesota-Crookston.............................L, 79-80 2/4/06..............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 81-71 1/6/07..............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 69-56 2/10/07............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 88-61 1/5/08..............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 87-73 2/10/08............Minnesota-Crookston............................W, 89-56 Minnesota Duluth (29-51, .363) • Last Meeting, 12/16/07 Bemidji State win, 83-64 • Last Five Games - Minnesota Duluth 3-2 1968.................Minnesota Duluth........................................... W 1969.................Minnesota Duluth............................................. L 1969.................Minnesota Duluth............................................. L 1970.................Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 62-52 1970.................Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 62-40 1970.................Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 50-33 2/3/71..............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 65-25 2/17/71............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 45-41 3/1/71..............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 43-36 1/21/73............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 55-31 2/8/73..............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 48-37 1974.................Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 55-29 1974.................Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 48-37 1975.................Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 58-33 1975.................Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 45-35 1976.................Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 70-47 1976.................Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 65-60 1976.................Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 53-46 1977.................Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 52-40 1978.................Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 62-46 1978.................Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 70-59 1979.................Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 66-65 1980.................Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 74-41 1980.................Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 84-76 1981.................Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 82-64 1982.................Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 75-57 1982.................Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 83-59 1983.................Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 74-73 1983.................Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 63-51 2/27/87............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 73-64 1988.................Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 77-61 3/4/89..............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 81-68 2/28/91............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 82-68 1/7/84..............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 62-46 2/4/84..............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 65-63 1/23/85............Minnesota Duluth.......................... L, 74-73 (2ot) 2/15/85............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 88-53 1/28/86............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 80-71 2/11/86............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 76-52 1/21/87............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 64-62 2/11/87............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 88-69 1/19/88............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 69-62 2/9/88..............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 62-43 1/17/89............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 68-63 1/31/89............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 76-48 1/16/90............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 91-78 2/6/90..............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 67-49 1/8/91..............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 89-69 1/29/91............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 68-57 1/21/92............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 63-46 2/11/92............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 73-61 1/12/93............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 63-62 2/2/93..............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 71-43 1/19/94............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 78-63 2/16/94............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 87-73 1/18/95............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 86-72 2/15/95............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 71-48 1/24/96............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 66-55 2/14/96............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 83-73 1/22/97............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 63-47 2/12/97............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 70-36 1/28/98............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 74-47 2/18/98............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 72-57 1/27/99............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 75-65 2/17/99............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 74-51 1/3/00..............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 74-57 2/5/00..............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 77-44 12/30/00..........Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 77-53 2/3/01..............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 96-67 1/5/02..............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 85-43 2/9/02..............Minnesota Duluth............................ L, 73-63 (ot) 2/27/02............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 89-53 1/11/03............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 88-64 2/15/03............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 73-69 1/24/04............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 65-51

2/26/04............Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 61-52 3/6/04..............Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 70-51 11/18/05..........Minnesota Duluth...................................L, 52-72 11/24/06..........Minnesota Duluth............................ L, 72-73 (ot) 2/12/07............Minnesota Duluth........................... W, 71-69 (ot) 12/16/07..........Minnesota Duluth..................................W, 83-64 Minnesota-Morris (45-19, .703) • Last Meeting, 2/22/03, Bemidji State win, 101-43 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 5-0 1971.................Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 44-36 2/10/71............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 43-31 2/25/71............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 36-27 1973.................Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 40-36 1973.................Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 30-28 1/18/73............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 45-38 1974.................Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 45-38 1974.................Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 40-36 1975.................Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 58-51 1976.................Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 54-46 1977.................Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 70-28 1977.................Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 68-61 1978.................Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 60-57 1978.................Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 65-61 1979.................Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 64-59 1980.................Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 57-55 1980.................Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 72-55 1980.................Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 69-67 1982.................Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 76-64 1982.................Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 79-61 1983.................Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 57-53 1983.................Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 89-64 1983.................Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 67-66 1/21/84............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 84-70 2/10/84............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 92-48 1/12/85............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 74-47 2/2/85..............Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 68-58 1/17/86............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 74-51 2/8/86..............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 82-62 2/24/86............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 74-53 1/16/87............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 72-51 2/12/87............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 79-58 1/16/88............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 69-59 1/26/88............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 67-58 1/28/89............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 66-60 2/17/89............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 71-55 1/12/90............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 59-50 1/27/90............Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 84-75 1/19/91............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 84-70 2/15/91............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 78-75 1/11/92............Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 90-72 2/8/92..............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 87-64 1/30/93............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 85-77 2/12/93............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 87-68 1/15/94............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 79-58 2/12/94............Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 70-66 1/14/95............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 60-43 2/11/95............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 68-53 1/31/96............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 92-66 2/21/96............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 93-62 1/29/97............Minnesota-Morris........................... W, 71-67 (ot) 2/19/97............Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 80-61 1/21/98............Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 64-56 2/11/98............Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 62-61 1/20/99............Minnesota-Morris...................................L, 69-58 2/10/99............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 67-51 1/7/00..............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 85-65 2/12/00............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 81-58 1/5/01..............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 74-42 2/10/01............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 91-63 1/11/02............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 70-57 2/16/02............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 86-52 1/17/02............Minnesota-Morris..................................W, 69-55 2/22/03............Minnesota-Morris................................W, 101-43 Minnesota State, Mankato (10-19, .345) • Last Meeting, 01/22/08, Minnesota State win, 106-54 • Last Five Games - MSU-Mankato 3-2 1976.................Mankato State.......................................W, 48-41 1978.................Mankato State.......................................W, 54-51 1980.................Mankato State........................................L, 66-53 1980.................Mankato State........................................L, 71-70 1980.................Mankato State........................................L, 97-50 1981.................Mankato State........................................L, 86-67 1981.................Mankato State........................................L, 80-59 1982.................Mankato State........................................L, 87-49 1982.................Mankato State........................................L, 76-55 1983.................Mankato State........................................L, 76-67 1983.................Mankato State........................................L, 74-60 2/18/84............Mankato State........................................L, 71-47 2/9/85..............Mankato State........................................L, 72-57 1/11/86............Mankato State........................................L, 71-49 11/30/86..........Mankato State.......................................W, 79-67 11/28/87..........Mankato State........................................L, 63-47 12/10/88..........Mankato State.......................................W, 73-46 11/20/89..........Mankato State........................................L, 48-47 11/19/90..........Mankato State.......................................W, 75-63 11/24/91..........Mankato State........................................L, 77-61 12/19/95..........Mankato State.......................................W, 96-74 12/16/97..........Mankato State........................................L, 91-67 12/13/98..........Mankato State.......................................W, 86-57 12/14/00..........MSU-Mankato.........................................L, 85-68 12/1/01............MSU-Mankato.........................................L, 79-50 12/4/02............MSU-Mankato........................................W, 67-59 12/20/03..........MSU-Mankato........................................W, 50-49 11/18/06..........MSU-Mankato.........................................L, 67-76 1/16/07............MSU Mankato........................................W, 86-83 12/11/07..........Minnesota State....................................L, 74-101 01/22/08..........Minnesota State....................................L, 54-106 Minot State (2-4, .333) • Last Meeting, 1/2/91, Minot State win, 81-78 • Last Five Games - Minot State 3-2 12/9/88............Minot State.............................................L, 77-74 1/3/89..............Minot State.............................................L, 84-72 12/19/89..........Minot State............................................W, 76-66

1/4/90..............Minot State............................................W, 78-69 12/8/90............Minot State.............................................L, 88-83 1/2/91..............Minot State.............................................L, 81-78 Montana State (0-1, .000) • Last Meeting, 11/22/97, Montana State win, 82-42 • Last Five Games - Montana State 1-0 11/22/97..........Montana State........................................L, 82-42 MSU-Moorhead (38-48, .442) • Last Meeting, 2/2/08, Bemidji State win, 92-91 OT • Last Five Games - MSU-Moorhead 4-1 1974.................Moorhead State......................................L, 36-35 1968.................Moorhead State......................................L, 32-30 1968.................Moorhead State......................................L, 29-18 1968.................Moorhead State......................................L, 33-14 1969.................Moorhead State.............................................. W 1969.................Moorhead State.............................................. W 1969.................Moorhead State................................................ L 1970.................Moorhead State.....................................W, 59-27 1/20/71............Moorhead State.....................................W, 48-34 1/27/71............Moorhead State.....................................W, 29-14 3/2/71..............Moorhead State......................................L, 48-38 2/17/71............Moorhead State......................................L, 59-36 2/1/73..............Moorhead State......................................L, 36-35 1975.................Moorhead State......................................L, 50-27 1975.................Moorhead State.....................................W, 51-47 1975.................Moorhead State.....................................W, 57-47 1976.................Moorhead State......................................L, 62-50 1976.................Moorhead State.....................................W, 63-53 1977.................Moorhead State.....................................W, 68-66 1978.................Moorhead State.....................................W, 67-59 1978.................Moorhead State.....................................W, 76-42 1979.................Moorhead State......................................L, 69-64 1980.................Moorhead State.....................................W, 63-53 1980.................Moorhead State......................................L, 69-67 1981.................Moorhead State......................................L, 63-48 1981.................Moorhead State......................................L, 58-47 1981.................Moorhead State.....................................W, 84-59 1981.................Moorhead State......................................L, 76-51 1982.................Moorhead State......................................L, 67-48 1982.................Moorhead State......................................L, 65-48 12/1/82............Moorhead State......................................L, 60-47 1983.................Moorhead State.....................................W, 67-65 1983.................Moorhead State......................................L, 68-57 1/13/84............Moorhead State............................... L, 74-72 (ot) 2/14/84............Moorhead State.....................................W, 68-56 1985.................Moorhead State.....................................W, 85-74 1/5/85..............Moorhead State......................................L, 70-59 1/26/85............Moorhead State.....................................W, 68-63 1/18/86............Moorhead State.....................................W, 63-61 2/7/86..............Moorhead State.....................................W, 62-55 1/17/87............Moorhead State.....................................W, 85-57 1/29/87............Moorhead State.....................................W, 73-59 1/16/88............Moorhead State.....................................W, 63-52 1/29/88............Moorhead State.....................................W, 82-61 1/27/89............Moorhead State......................................L, 74-56 2/18/89............Moorhead State.....................................W, 73-61 1/13/90............Moorhead State.....................................W, 69-65 1/26/90............Moorhead State.....................................W, 67-55 1/18/91............Moorhead State......................................L, 79-67 2/13/91............Moorhead State......................................L, 95-75 2/25/91............Moorhead State.....................................W, 97-94 1/10/92............Moorhead State......................................L, 73-65 2/7/92..............Moorhead State.....................................W, 81-74 1/29/93............Moorhead State......................................L, 88-84 2/13/93............Moorhead State......................................L, 77-60 1/29/94............Moorhead State.............................. W, 98-94 (ot) 2/26/94............Moorhead State......................................L, 77-62 1/28/95............Moorhead State.....................................W, 81-79 2/25/95............Moorhead State......................................L, 77-65 1/20/96............Moorhead State.....................................W, 87-65 2/17/96............Moorhead State.....................................W, 89-80 1/18/97............Moorhead State............................... L, 81-75 (ot) 2/15/97............Moorhead State.....................................W, 60-57 1/17/98............Moorhead State......................................L, 70-59 2/14/98............Moorhead State......................................L, 65-51 1/16/99............Moorhead State............................... L, 69-68 (ot) 2/13/99............Moorhead State......................................L, 72-51 12/11/99..........MSU-Moorhead......................................L, 85-73 1/28/00............MSU-Moorhead.....................................W, 89-78 12/9/00............MSU-Moorhead......................................L, 70-56 1/26/01............MSU-Moorhead......................................L, 80-42 2/1/01..............MSU-Moorhead......................................L, 75-66 12/30/01..........MSU-Moorhead......................................L, 80-59 1/4/03..............MSU-Moorhead......................................L, 70-68 2/7/03..............MSU-Moorhead......................................L, 81-69 1/13/04............MSU-Moorhead.....................................W, 70-61 2/13/04............MSU-Moorhead.....................................W, 66-65 1/14/05............MSU-Moorhead......................................L, 70-38 2/19/05............MSU-Moorhead....................................L, 101-74 1/13/06............MSU-Moorhead......................................L, 50-62 2/18/06............MSU-Moorhead.....................................W, 77-61 3/1/06..............MSU-Moorhead......................................L, 58-59 12/9/06............MSU-Moorhead......................................L, 78-83 2/2/07..............MSU-Moorhead......................................L, 48-69 12/7/07............MSU-Moorhead......................................L, 76-81 2/2/08..............MSU-Moorhead............................... W, 92-91 OT Morningside (4-2, .667) • Last Meeting, 12/22/05, Bemidji State win, 90-79 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-2 12/4/98............Morningside.................................. W, 93-88 (ot) 11/20/99..........Morningside.........................................W, 95-66 12/5/00............Morningside..........................................L, 83-57 12/16/01..........Morningside.........................................W, 82-76 12/30/04..........Morningside..........................................L, 75-55 12/22/05..........Morningside.........................................W, 90-79 Mt. Mercy (IA) (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/16/94, Bemidji State win, 73-69 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 12/16/94..........Mt. Mercy..............................................W, 73-69 Nebraska-Kearney (0-3, .000) • Last Meeting, 11/25/05, Nebraska-Kearney win, 88-82

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Bemidji State Basketball .................................................................................................................

• Last Five Games - Nebraska-Kearney 4-0 2/19/93............Nebraska-Kearney.................................L, 82-70 12/17/93..........Nebraska-Kearney.................................L, 70-63 11/27/98..........Nebraska-Kearney.................................L, 89-52 11/25/05..........Nebraska-Kearney.................................L, 82-88 Nebraska-Omaha (0-1, .000) • Last Meeting, 12/3/93, Nebraska-Omaha win, 81-66 • Last Five Games - Nebraska-Omaha 1-0 12/3/93............Nebraska-Omaha...................................L, 81-66 North Dakota (13-27, .325) • Last Meeting - 12/20/07, North Dakota win, 109-85 • Last Five Games - North Dakota 5-0 1968.................North Dakota..........................................L, 37-34 1969.................North Dakota.................................................... L 1969.................North Dakota.................................................... L 1970.................North Dakota..........................................L, 51-36 1970.................North Dakota.........................................W, 39-19 2/6/71..............North Dakota.........................................W, 29-21 2/13/71............North Dakota.........................................W, 34-31 2/22/71............North Dakota..........................................L, 46-31 2/26/71............North Dakota..........................................L, 37-29 2/2/73..............North Dakota.........................................W, 29-26 1975.................North Dakota.........................................W, 56-37 1976.................North Dakota.........................................W, 62-53 1977.................North Dakota.........................................W, 67-65 1977.................North Dakota.........................................W, 50-49 1978.................North Dakota..........................................L, 62-58 1978.................North Dakota.........................................W, 89-54 1979.................North Dakota.........................................W, 67-35 1979.................North Dakota.........................................W, 65-55 1980.................North Dakota..........................................L, 93-64 1980.................North Dakota..........................................L, 69-61 1982.................North Dakota........................................L, 102-73 12/13/83..........North Dakota..........................................L, 65-63 1984.................North Dakota..........................................L, 69-59 12/5/85............North Dakota.........................................W, 84-73 12/13/86..........North Dakota.........................................W, 93-80 12/4/87............North Dakota..........................................L, 79-59 12/17/88..........North Dakota..........................................L, 87-51 1/2/90..............North Dakota..........................................L, 72-49 12/29/90..........North Dakota..........................................L, 95-44 12/2/95............North Dakota..........................................L, 73-46 11/24/98..........North Dakota..........................................L, 82-60 12/7/99............North Dakota..........................................L, 91-61 11/30/00..........North Dakota..........................................L, 96-52 11/30/01..........North Dakota..........................................L, 94-75 12/21/02..........North Dakota..........................................L, 86-58 11/29/03..........North Dakota..........................................L, 90-54 12/10/04..........North Dakota..........................................L, 74-52 12/17/05..........North Dakota..........................................L, 65-79 12/20/06..........North Dakota..........................................L, 59-86 12/20/07..........North Dakota........................................L, 85-109 North Dakota State (17-23, .410) • Last Meeting, 11/4/06, North Dakota State win, 60-51 • Last Five Games - North Dakota State 4-1 1968.................North Dakota State.................................L, 37-31 1969.................North Dakota State.................................L, 37-33 1969.................North Dakota State......................................... W 1970.................North Dakota State................................W, 50-37 1970.................North Dakota State.................................L, 47-43 1/26/71............North Dakota State................................W, 40-21 1/30/71............North Dakota State................................W, 36-21 2/2/71..............North Dakota State................................W, 40-17 2/21/71............North Dakota State................................W, 32-26 2/5/73..............North Dakota State................................W, 49-36 1974.................North Dakota State................................W, 49-36 1975.................North Dakota State................................W, 47-32 1976.................North Dakota State.................................L, 52-48 1976.................North Dakota State................................W, 63-61 1977.................North Dakota State................................W, 75-46 1978.................North Dakota State................................W, 92-68 1978.................North Dakota State.................................L, 66-64 1979.................North Dakota State.................................L, 84-74 1979.................North Dakota State................................W, 88-83 12/14/79..........North Dakota State................................W, 87-68 1980.................North Dakota State................................W, 80-74 1981.................North Dakota State.................................L, 97-77 1981.................North Dakota State.................................L, 85-50 1983.................North Dakota State.................................L, 71-49 1983.................North Dakota State.................................L, 63-53 2/24/84............North Dakota State.................................L, 76-70 12/11/84..........North Dakota State.................................L, 72-55 12/13/85..........North Dakota State.................................L, 94-72 12/9/86............North Dakota State................................W, 56-55 12/13/88..........North Dakota State.................................L, 84-69 11/27/89..........North Dakota State.................................L, 79-60 11/30/90..........North Dakota State.................................L, 87-72 12/13/91..........North Dakota State.................................L, 96-62 12/21/92..........North Dakota State.................................L, 99-51 12/10/93..........North Dakota State.................................L, 81-68 12/9/94............North Dakota State.................................L, 96-62 12/15/95..........North Dakota State.................................L, 75-64 12/14/96..........North Dakota State.................................L, 92-66 11/20/04..........North Dakota State.................................L, 80-49 11/4/06............North Dakota State (exh.)......................W, 60-51 Northern Colorado (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/8/91, Bemidji State win, 89-87 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 12/8/91............Northern Colorado................................W, 89-87 Northern Michigan (3-6, .333) • Last Meeting, 11/15/97, Northern Michigan win, 107-68 OT • Last Five Games - Northern Michigan 5--0 12/15/85..........Northern Michigan................................W, 71-67 11/23/86..........Northern Michigan................................W, 67-47 12/13/87..........Northern Michigan.................................L, 74-69 12/2/89............Northern Michigan................................W, 75-69 11/21/92..........Northern Michigan.................................L, 89-74 11/27/93..........Northern Michigan.................................L, 90-74 11/26/94..........Northern Michigan.................................L, 75-68 11/16/96..........Northern Michigan.................................L, 93-70

All-Time vs. Opponents

11/15/97..........Northern Michigan...............................L, 107-68 Northern State (8-40, .167) • Last Meeting, 2/16/08, Northern State win, 68-60 • Last Five Games - Northern State 4-1 1/24/86............Northern State........................................L, 77-74 2/14/86............Northern State.......................................W, 88-63 1/10/87............Northern State.......................................W, 91-86 2/6/87..............Northern State.......................................W, 74-67 1/9/88..............Northern State................................ W, 79-74 (ot) 2/5/88..............Northern State........................................L, 74-57 1/14/89............Northern State........................................L, 66-53 2/13/89............Northern State........................................L, 71-63 2/2/90..............Northern State........................................L, 92-69 2/16/90............Northern State........................................L, 87-76 1/25/91............Northern State........................................L, 79-76 2/9/91..............Northern State......................................L, 106-77 1/17/92............Northern State................................. L, 91-83 (ot) 2/1/92..............Northern State........................................L, 80-70 1/8/93..............Northern State........................................L, 77-38 1/22/93............Northern State........................................L, 98-63 1/5/94..............Northern State........................................L, 81-69 2/2/94..............Northern State........................................L, 82-62 1/4/95..............Northern State........................................L, 93-61 2/1/95..............Northern State........................................L, 96-84 1/27/96............Northern State.......................................W, 72-56 2/24/96............Northern State........................................L, 76-64 1/25/97............Northern State........................................L, 84-54 2/22/97............Northern State........................................L, 76-51 1/10/98............Northern State ......................................W, 80-76 2/7/98..............Northern State......................................L, 100-60 1/9/99..............Northern State........................................L, 78-54 2/6/99..............Northern State........................................L, 72-62 1/8/00..............Northern State........................................L, 92-62 2/11/00............Northern State........................................L, 91-64 1/6/01..............Northern State........................................L, 79-56 2/9/01..............Northern State........................................L, 82-63 2/27/01............Northern State........................................L, 91-67 1/12/02............Northern State........................................L, 62-41 2/15/02............Northern State........................................L, 87-70 1/18/03............Northern State......................................L, 100-63 2/21/03............Northern State........................................L, 81-77 1/6/04..............Northern State........................................L, 77-53 2/14/04............Northern State........................................L, 80-68 1/15/05............Northern State........................................L, 59-39 2/18/05............Northern State........................................L, 67-60 1/14/06............Northern State........................................L, 59-87 2/17/06............Northern State.......................................W, 79-76 1/13/06............Northern State........................................L, 68-84 2/16/07............Northern State........................................L, 83-90 2/28/07............Northern State........................................L, 56-72 1/11/08............Northern State.......................................W, 77-65 2/16/08............Northern State........................................L, 60-68 Northwest Missouri State (1-1, .500) • Last Meeting, 11/21/04, Northwest Missouri State win 92-70 • Last Five Games - Tied 1-1 12/4/93............Northwest Missouri...............................W, 98-66 11/21/03..........Northwest Missouri................................L, 92-70 Peru State (NE) (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 11/24/01, Bemidji State win, 57-53 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 11/24/01..........Peru St...................................................W, 57-53 Regis (0-1, .000) • Last Meeting, 12/3/04, Regis win, 69-63 • Last Five Games - Regis 1-0 12/3/04............Regis......................................................L, 69-63 Rollins (FL) (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/9/95, Bemidji State win, 80-77 OT • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 12/9/95............Rollins............................................ W, 80-77 (ot) Seattle-Pacific (0-1, .000) • Last Meeting, 11/27/04, Seattle-Pacific win, 76-56 • Last Five Games - Seattle-Pacific 1-0 11/27/04..........Seattle-Pacific........................................L, 76-56 Sioux Falls (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 1/5/89, Bemidji State win, 81-79 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 1/5/86..............Sioux Falls ............................................W, 81-79 South Dakota (2-1, .667) • Last Meeting, 12/5/98, Bemidji State win, 69-61 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 2-1 11/23/85..........South Dakota..........................................L, 74-70 11/20/93..........South Dakota.................................. W, 91-84 (ot) 12/5/98............South Dakota.........................................W, 69-61 South Dakota State (0-15, .000) • Last Meeting - 10/31/07, South Dakota State win, 91-72 • Last Five Games - SDSU 5-0 12/29/91..........South Dakota State.................................L, 75-55 12/12/92..........South Dakota State.................................L, 68-66 12/30/92..........South Dakota State.................................L, 73-45 11/19/93..........South Dakota State.................................L, 96-79 11/18/94..........South Dakota State.................................L, 95-65 11/18/95..........South Dakota State.................................L, 82-56 12/7/96............South Dakota State.................................L, 78-73 12/5/97............South Dakota State.................................L, 82-59 11/14/98..........South Dakota State.................................L, 83-64 12/18/99..........South Dakota State.................................L, 93-65 11/17/00..........South Dakota State.................................L, 80-66 11/17/01..........South Dakota State.................................L, 89-52 12/6/02............South Dakota State.................................L, 85-67 12/28/03..........South Dakota State.................................L, 88-46 10/31/07..........South Dakota State (exh.).......................L, 72-91 South Dakota Tech (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 1/4/86, Bemidji State win, 92-64 • Last Five Games- Bemidji State 1-0 1/4/86..............South Dakota Tech.................................W, 92-64

Southern Colorado (1-1, .500) • Last Meeting, 12/2/94, Southern Colorado win, 71-62 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-1 12/20/92..........Southern Colorado................................W, 71-64 12/2/94............Southern Colorado.................................L, 71-62 Southwest Baptist (MO) (0-1, .000) • Last Meeting, 11/28/97, Southwest Baptish win, 78-57 • Last Five Games - Southwest Baptist 1-0 11/28/97..........Southwest Baptist...................................L, 78-57 Southwest Minnesota State (29-34, .460) • Last Meeting, 1/26/08, Southwest Minnesota State W, 75-70 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-2 1978...............Southwest State................................L, 90-88 1978.................Southwest State......................................L, 63-52 1979.................Southwest State.....................................W, 51-50 1980.................Southwest State.....................................W, 69-65 1980.................Southwest State......................................L, 53-51 1981.................Southwest State......................................L, 93-57 1982.................Southwest State......................................L, 77-40 1982.................Southwest State......................................L, 62-37 1983.................Southwest State......................................L, 65-55 1983.................Southwest State......................................L, 60-53 1/20/84............Southwest State......................................L, 57-56 2/11/84............Southwest State.....................................W, 73-52 1/11/85............Southwest State.....................................W, 84-52 2/1/85..............Southwest State.....................................W, 63-45 1/25/86............Southwest State.....................................W, 73-54 2/15/86............Southwest State.....................................W, 89-66 1/9/87..............Southwest State.....................................W, 93-60 2/7/87..............Southwest State.....................................W, 99-48 1/8/88..............Southwest State.....................................W, 81-67 2/6/88..............Southwest State......................................L, 70-69 2/28/88............Southwest State.....................................W, 78-67 1/13/89............Southwest State.....................................W, 61-57 2/10/89............Southwest State......................................L, 73-67 3/3/89..............Southwest State.....................................W, 80-66 2/3/90..............Southwest State......................................L, 75-68 2/17/90............Southwest State......................................L, 71-63 1/26/91............Southwest State.....................................W, 59-58 2/8/91..............Southwest State.....................................W, 77-68 1/18/92............Southwest State.....................................W, 75-48 1/31/92............Southwest State.....................................W, 73-60 1/9/93..............Southwest State......................................L, 67-65 1/23/93............Southwest State.....................................W, 67-56 1/12/94............Southwest State......................................L, 72-64 2/9/94..............Southwest State.............................. W, 76-70 (ot) 1/11/95............Southwest State......................................L, 74-67 2/8/95..............Southwest State......................................L, 75-60 1/13/96............Southwest State.............................. W, 77-72 (ot) 2/10/96............Southwest State......................................L, 82-65 2/8/97..............Southwest State.....................................W, 64-59 2/28/97............Southwest State...................................W, 103-93 1/31/98............Southwest State.....................................W, 62-59 2/25/98............Southwest State.....................................W, 70-69 1/30/99............Southwest State......................................L, 88-70 2/23/99............Southwest State......................................L, 93-78 1/22/00............Southwest State......................................L, 83-74 2/25/00............Southwest State......................................L, 79-59 2/29/00............Southwest State......................................L, 90-69 1/20/01............Southwest State......................................L, 64-45 2/23/01............Southwest State......................................L, 79-30 12/8/01............Southwest State......................................L, 65-52 1/25/02............Southwest State......................................L, 90-45 12/29/02..........Southwest State......................................L, 76-55 1/31/03............Southwest State......................................L, 71-46 1/17/04............Southwest Minnesota State.....................L, 57-41 2/20/04............Southwest Minnesota State....................W, 73-53 1/22/05............Southwest Minnesota State.....................L, 55-44 2/12/05............Southwest Minnesota State.....................L, 65-57 1/20/06............Southwest Minnesota State....................W, 89-87 2/11/06............Southwest Minnesota State.....................L, 63-71 12/2/06............Southwest Minnesota State....................W, 76-66 1/26/07............Southwest Minnesota State....................W, 80-68 11/30/07..........Southwest Minnesota State....................W, 77-70 01/26/08..........Southwest Minnesota State.....................L, 70-75 St. Benedict (2-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/8/84, Bemidji State win, 75-47 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 2-0 1/14/84............St. Benedict...........................................W, 79-62 12/8/84............St. Benedict...........................................W, 75-47 St. Catherine (3-6, 333) • Last Meting, 11/16/84, Bemidji State win, 108-35 • Last Five Games - St. Catherine 3-2 1975.................St. Catherine.........................................W, 39-33 1978.................St. Catherine..........................................L, 76-58 1978.................St. Catherine..........................................L, 67-65 1979.................St. Catherine..........................................L, 67-55 1979.................St. Catherine..........................................L, 67-59 12/8/79............St. Catherine..........................................L, 81-66 1982.................St. Catherine..........................................L, 63-61 1983.................St. Catherine.........................................W, 89-44 11/16/84..........St. Catherine.......................................W, 108-35 St. Cloud State (12-26, .324) • Last Meeting, 12/29/05, St. Cloud State win, 81-62 • Last Five Games - SCSU 5-0 1969.................St. Cloud State................................................ W 1970.................St. Cloud State.......................................W, 35-29 2/14/71............St. Cloud State.......................................W, 55-41 3/1/71..............St. Cloud State........................................L, 42-39 2/4/73..............St. Cloud State.......................................W, 44-31 1974.................St. Cloud State.......................................W, 44-31 1975.................St. Cloud State........................................L, 52-42 1975.................St. Cloud State.......................................W, 48-43 1976.................St. Cloud State........................................L, 62-51 1978.................St. Cloud State........................................L, 75-63

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All-Time vs. Opponents................................................................................................................. 1979...............St. Cloud State................................. W, 70-63 1980...............St. Cloud State................................. W, 68-63 1980...............St. Cloud State.................................. L, 67-59 1981...............St. Cloud State.................................. L, 55-50 1982...............St. Cloud State.................................. L, 85-52 1982...............St. Cloud State.................................. L, 78-44 1982...............St. Cloud State.................................. L, 79-40 1983...............St. Cloud State................................ L, 102-32 1983...............St. Cloud State.................................. L, 78-38 1/6/84............St. Cloud State.................................. L, 69-48 2/1/84............St. Cloud State.................................. L, 71-61 12/11/92........St. Cloud State................................. W, 71-66 12/21/93........St. Cloud State................................. W, 90-62 12/20/94........St. Cloud State................................. W, 93-84 12/21/95........St. Cloud State.................................. L, 78-65 12/3/96..........St. Cloud State................................. W, 91-78 12/6/97..........St. Cloud State.................................. L, 80-58 12/11/98........St. Cloud State................................ L, 100-87 12/29/99........St. Cloud State.................................. L, 94-69 11/18/00........St. Cloud State.................................. L, 83-61 12/12/01........St. Cloud State.................................. L, 97-91 11/23/02........St. Cloud State.................................. L, 77-47 12/20/02........St. Cloud State.................................. L, 71-67 12/2/03..........St. Cloud State.................................. L, 81-68 12/19/03........St. Cloud State.................................. L, 89-46 11/15/04........St. Cloud State.................................. L, 75-49 1/3/05............St. Cloud State.................................. L, 81-72 12/29/05........St. Could State.................................. L, 62-81 11/25/06........St. Cloud State................................. W, 79-69 St. Francis (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/17/94, Bemidji State win, 100-49 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 12/17/94........St. Francis...................................... W, 100-49 St. Mary’s (Neb.) (2-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/6/03, Bemidji State win, 72-70 • Last Five Games - BSU 2-0 11/24/85........St. Mary’s......................................... W, 65-56 12/6/03..........St. Mary’s......................................... W, 72-70 St. Olaf (1-3, .250) • Last Meeting, 1981, St. Olaf win, 64-58 • Last Five Games - St. Olaf 3-1 3/1/71............St. Olaf............................................ W, 48-39 1979...............St. Olaf............................................. L, 61-54 1980...............St. Olaf . .....................................L, 76-72 (ot) 1981...............St. Olaf . ........................................... L, 64-58 St. Scholastica (23-2, .920) • Last Meeting, 11/24/07, Bemidji State win, 86-52 • Last Five Games - BSU 5-0 12/5/79..........St. Scholastica................................. W, 83-30 1981...............St. Scholastica................................. W, 83-60 1982...............St. Scholastica................................. W, 82-41 1982...............St. Scholastica................................. W, 67-38 1982...............St. Scholastica................................. W, 78-48 11/30/83........St. Scholastica................................. W, 85-54 12/18/84........St. Scholastica................................. W, 84-35 12/3/86..........St. Scholastica................................. W, 76-53 12/12/87........St. Scholastica................................. W, 81-75 12/19/87........St. Scholastica................................. W, 75-48 12/1/88..........St. Scholastica.................................. L, 73-56 2/20/89..........St. Scholastica................................. W, 64-55 12/1/89..........St. Scholastica................................. W, 59-45 1/8/90............St. Scholastica.................................. L, 72-62 12/4/90..........St. Scholastica................................. W, 74-72 2/18/91..........St. Scholastica................................. W, 95-56 12/18/91........St. Scholastica................................. W, 65-57 1/28/92..........St. Scholastica............................... W, 107-59 12/5/92..........St. Scholastica................................. W, 79-60 12/16/93........St. Scholastica................................. W, 67-66 12/13/94........St. Scholastica................................. W, 93-82 12/23/95........St. Scholastica................................. W, 81-61 12/18/96........St. Scholastica................................. W, 80-53 11/28/03........St. Scholastica................................. W, 87-64 11/24/07........St. Scholastica................................. W, 86-52 St. Thomas (5-1, .833) • Last Meeting, 12/20/86, Bemidji State win, 74-51 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 4-1 12/8/79..........St. Thomas....................................... W, 77-59 1980...............St. Thomas....................................... W, 62-56 1983...............St. Thomas........................................ L, 67-62 12/22/84........St. Thomas....................................... W, 60-50 12/21/85........St. Thomas....................................... W, 73-65 12/20/86........St. Thomas....................................... W, 74-51 Texas A&I (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 12/7/91, Bemidji State win, 73-71 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 12/7/91..........Texas A&I........................................ W, 73-71 U of Minneapolis (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 1974, Bemidji State win, 46-40 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 1974...............U. of Minneapolis............................. W, 46-40 Upper Iowa (7-1, .875) • Last Meeting, 2/23/08, Bemidji State win, 60-51 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 5-0 12/28/04........Upper Iowa..................................... W, 73-58 2/6/05............Upper Iowa..................................... W, 69-67 11/19/06........Upper Iowa...................................... L, 52-72 2/02/06..........Upper Iowa..................................... W, 86-67 1/20/07..........Upper Iowa..................................... W, 79-66 2/23/07..........Upper Iowa..................................... W, 74-59 1/18/08..........Upper Iowa..................................... W, 67-52 2/23/08..........Upper Iowa..................................... W, 60-51 UW-Eau Claire (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 1/28/84, Bemidji State win, 80-51 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 1/28/84..........UW-Eau Claire................................ W, 80-51 UW-Green Bay (0-3, .000) • Last Meeting, 3/3/87, UW-Green Bay win, 82-67 • Last Five Games - UW-Green Bay 3-0 3/5/86............UW-Green Bay................................. L, 73-57 11/25/86........UW-Green Bay................................. L, 72-57

3/3/87............UW-Green Bay................................. L, 82-67 UW-Milwaukee (0-4, .000) • Last Meeting, 12/2/88, UW-Milwaukee win, 68-62 • Last Five Games - UW-Milwaukee 4-0 3/3/84............UW-Milwaukee................................. L, 76-66 1985...............UW-Milwaukee................................. L, 71-65 1/6/88............UW-Milwaukee................................. L, 73-49 12/2/88..........UW-Milwaukee................................. L, 68-62 UW-Parkside (6-4, .600) • Last Meeting, 12/11/97, UW-Parkside win, 82-76 OT • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 4-1 2/19/92..........UW-Parkside................................... W, 82-60 11/23/92........UW-Parkside.................................... L, 81-73 1/5/93............UW-Parkside................................... W, 74-71 1/3/94............UW-Parkside.................................... L, 83-75 2/21/94..........UW-Parkside.................................... L, 77-75 1/23/95..........UW-Parkside................................... W, 87-78 2/20/95..........UW-Parkside................................... W, 97-64 11/28/95........UW-Parkside................................... W, 69-43 12/5/96..........UW-Parkside.................................... L, 90-88 12/11/97........UW-Parkside.............................W, 82-76 (ot) UW-River Falls (0-3, .000) • Last Meeting, 12/30/80, UW-River Falls win, 70-68 • Last Five Games - UW-River Falls 3-0 12/21/84........UW-River Falls.................................. L, 57-54 12/30/87........UW-River Falls.................................. L, 85-75 12/30/88........UW-River Falls.................................. L, 70-68 UW-Stevens Point (3-2, .600) • Last Meeting, 12/1/90, UW-Stevens Point win, 88-77 OT • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-2 1983...............UW-Stevens Point............................ W, 67-51 11/21/87........UW-Stevens Point............................ W, 57-56 11/29/88........UW-Stevens Point............................ W, 68-55 11/18/89........UW-Stevens Point............................. L, 68-64 12/1/90..........UW-Stevens Point.......................L, 88-77 (ot) UW-Stout (3-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting, 11/25/07, Bemidji State win, 92-84 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-0 11/20/87........UW-Stout......................................... W, 70-48 11/22/88........UW-Stout......................................... W, 60-39 UW-Superior (12-3, .800) • Last Meeting, 1/10/96, Bemidji State win, 87-54 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 4-1 1978...............UW-Superior................................... W, 73-43 1980...............UW-Superior................................... W, 69-65 1980...............UW-Superior.................................... L, 74-70 1981...............UW-Superior.............................W, 78-75 (ot) 11/31/82........UW-Superior................................... W, 71-39 1983...............UW-Superior................................... W, 64-51 11/29/83........UW-Superior.................................... L, 65-62 12/7/84..........UW-Superior................................... W, 73-52 12/3/85..........UW-Superior................................... W, 69-55 12/5/86..........UW-Superior................................... W, 73-47 12/6/88..........UW-Superior.................................... L, 63-59 2/13/90..........UW-Superior................................... W, 76-37 11/17/90........UW-Superior................................... W, 74-58 1/26/95..........UW-Superior................................... W, 90-71 1/10/96..........UW-Superior................................... W, 87-54 Valley City State (13-5, .722) • Last Meeting 11/27/91, Bemidji State win, 71-66 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 5-0 1/26/73..........Valley City State............................... L, 44-30 1974...............Valley City State .............................. L, 46-32 1975...............Valley City State.............................. W, 47-39 1976...............Valley City State ............................. W, 49-35 1976...............Valley City State ............................. W, 60-48 1976...............Valley City State.............................. W, 63-35 1977...............Valley City State.............................. W, 65-50 1977...............Valley City State.............................. W, 75-44 1978...............Valley City State.............................. W, 68-55 1979...............Valley City State............................... L, 88-73 1979...............Valley City State.........................L, 68-66 (ot) 12/14/79........Valley City State.............................. W, 87-68 1981...............Valley City State............................... L, 64-58 1/4/85............Valley City State.............................. W, 77-56 12/7/85..........Valley City State.............................. W, 69-52 12/12/89........Valley City State.............................. W, 81-53 12/7/90..........Valley City State.......................W, 94-89 (ot) 11/27/91........Valley City State.............................. W, 71-66 Washburn (KS) (0-1, .000) 11/23/01........Washburn........................................ L, 72-55 Wayne State (NE) (12-20, .375) • Last Meeting, 1/25/08, Wayne State win, 79-76 • Last Five Games - Wayne State 3-2 2/6/93............Wayne State ................................... W, 92-91 2/20/93..........Wayne State ................................... W, 75-71 1/8/94............Wayne State .................................... L, 83-58 2/5/94............Wayne State .................................... L, 87-79 1/7/95............Wayne State ................................... W, 95-85 2/4/95............Wayne State .................................... L, 64-63 2/3/96............Wayne State ................................... W, 94-65 3/2/96............Wayne State ................................... W, 85-70 2/1/97............Wayne State ................................. W, 107-67 3/1/97............Wayne State ................................... W, 77-75 1/24/98..........Wayne State .................................... L, 73-65 2/21/98..........Wayne State .................................... L, 68-48 1/23/99..........Wayne State .................................... L, 68-54 2/20/99..........Wayne State .................................... L, 72-62 1/21/00..........Wayne State .................................... L, 71-62 2/26/00..........Wayne State .................................... L, 81-72 1/19/01..........Wayne State .................................... L, 90-76 2/24/01..........Wayne State .................................... L, 72-61 12/7/01..........Wayne State .................................... L, 74-57 1/26/02..........Wayne State .................................... L, 76-50 12/28/02........Wayne State..................................... L, 79-51 2/1/03............Wayne State.................................... W, 76-67 1/16/04..........Wayne State.................................... W, 68-60 2/21/04..........Wayne State..................................... L, 81-75 1/23/05..........Wayne State..................................... L, 70-59 2/11/05..........Wayne State..................................... L, 60-48 1/21/06..........Wayne State..................................... L, 74-80

2/10/06..........Wayne State..................................... L, 58-91 12/1/06..........Wayne State.................................... W, 76-68 1/27/07..........Wayne State.................................... W, 80-73 12/1/07..........Wayne State.................................... W, 77-70 01/25/08........Wayne State..................................... L, 76-79 Western Montana (0-1, .000) 11/21/97........Western Montana............................. L, 69-63 Western State (Colo.) (1-1, .500) • Last Meeting, 11/17/07, Western State, 50-46 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-1 12/29/03........Western State.................................. W, 84-60 11/17/07...............Western State......................................... .........L, 46-50 Winnipeg (0-6, .000) 1977...............Winnipeg......................................... L, 81-44 1978...............Winnipeg......................................... L, 70-54 1978...............Winnipeg......................................... L, 72-53 1978...............Winnipeg......................................... L, 70-50 1981...............Winnipeg......................................... L, 91-51 1981...............Winnipeg......................................... L, 86-53 Winona State (38-24, .613) • Last Meeting, 2/22/08, Winona State win, 89-60 • Last Five Games - Winona State 2-3 1973...............Winona State................................... W, 41-37 1974...............Winona State.................................... L, 41-37 1977...............Winona State.................................... L, 56-47 1978...............Winona State.................................... L, 66-56 1978...............Winona State................................... W, 62-57 1980...............Winona State................................... W, 78-61 1980...............Winona State................................... W, 77-61 1981...............Winona State................................... W, 57-55 1981...............Winona State................................... W, 78-47 1982...............Winona State.................................... L, 64-59 1982...............Winona State.................................... L, 59-50 1983...............Winona State................................... W, 62-39 1983...............Winona State.................................... L, 64-51 1/27/84..........Winona State................................... W, 58-57 2/17/84..........Winona State................................... W, 87-60 1/18/85..........Winona State.................................... L, 68-66 2/8/85............Winona State................................... W, 80-50 1/10/86..........Winona State................................... W, 71-55 1/31/86..........Winona State................................... W, 71-57 1/24/87..........Winona State................................... W, 73-66 2/14/87..........Winona State................................. W, 101-69 1/23/88..........Winona State................................... W, 76-68 2/13/88..........Winona State................................... W, 80-73 1/19/89..........Winona State................................... W, 85-73 2/4/89............Winona State................................... W, 74-73 1/20/90..........Winona State.................................... L, 61-51 2/10/90..........Winona State................................... W, 71-65 1/12/91..........Winona State................................... W, 86-72 2/2/91............Winona State................................... W, 89-66 1/25/92..........Winona State................................... W, 94-65 2/14/92..........Winona State................................... W, 95-46 1/15/93..........Winona State..............................L, 91-87 (ot) 2/5/93............Winona State................................... W, 87-72 1/22/94..........Winona State................................... W, 88-68 2/19/94..........Winona State................................... W, 71-60 1/21/95..........Winona State................................... W, 73-66 2/18/95..........Winona State................................... W, 95-61 1/17/96..........Winona State................................... W, 95-54 2/7/96............Winona State................................... W, 74-53 1/15/97..........Winona State................................... W, 91-74 2/5/97............Winona State................................... W, 85-77 1/14/98..........Winona State.................................... L, 60-54 2/4/98............Winona State.................................... L, 68-50 1/13/99..........Winona State................................... W, 70-69 2/3/99............Winona State................................... W, 81-74 1/14/00..........Winona State.................................... L, 71-55 2/19/00..........Winona State.................................... L, 94-80 1/12/01..........Winona State.................................... L, 90-76 2/17/01..........Winona State.................................... L, 86-55 1/18/02..........Winona State.................................... L, 91-79 2/23/02..........Winona State................................... W, 84-67 1/24/03..........Winona State.................................... L, 86-78 3/1/03............Winona State.................................... L, 84-66 1/3/04............Winona State.............................W, 77-75 (ot) 2/6/04............Winona State.................................... L, 74-55 3/3/04............Winona State................................... W, 72-62 1/8/05............Winona State.................................... L, 45-42 2/26/05..........Winona State................................... W, 70-68 1/7/06............Winona State................................... W, 92-75 2/25/06..........Winona State................................... W, 74-72 1/19/07..........Winona State.................................... L, 66-67 2/24/07..........Winona State.................................... L, 64-71 1/19/08..........Winona State................................... W, 84-82 2/22/08..........Winona State.................................... L, 60-89 Wisconsin-Platteville - (1-0, 1.000) • Last Meeting 12/28/06, Bemidji State win, 90-51 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 12/28/06..............Wisconsin-Platteville.............................. .........W, 90-51 York (Neb.) - (1-1, .500) • Last Meeting 11/22/03, Bemidji State win, 72-53 • Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 11/22/03........York................................................ W, 72-53

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Ruth Howe

1967-1977 10 years / 95-50 (.653) 1967-68 2-6 1967-68 (2-6) Coach: Ruth Howe Date Opponent Result Moorhead St. L, 32-30 Univ. North Dakota L, 37-34 N. Dakota State L, 37-31 Moorhead St. L, 29-18 Concordia College W, 26-6 Moorhead St. L, 33-14 Concordia College L, 35-18 Minnesota Duluth W 1968-69 6-7 Coach: Ruth Howe Concordia College W, 24-10 N. Dakota State L, 37-33 Hibbing State JC W Minnesota Duluth L Moorhead St. W N. Dakota State W Minnesota Duluth L Univ. North Dakota L Univ. North Dakota L Concordia College L, 32-17 Moorhead St. L %St. Cloud State W %Moorhead St. W %Regional Tournament 1969-70 7-5 Coach: Ruth Howe Bemidji St. J.C. W, 46-20 Minnesota Duluth L, 62-40 N. Dakota State W, 50-37 North Dakota L, 51-36 Concordia-Moor. W, 59-28 North Dakota W, 39-19 N. Dakota State L, 47-43 Minnesota Duluth L, 50-33 Moorhead St. W, 59-27 Hibbing J.C. W, 37-17 %St. Cloud State W, 35-29 %Minnesota Duluth L, 62-52 %Regional Tournament 1970-71 8-2 Coach: Ruth Howe 1/23 Concordia-Moor. W, 48-18 1/27 Moorhead St. W, 29-14 1/30 N. Dakota State W, 36-21 2/2 N. Dakota State W, 40-17 2/13 North Dakota W, 34-31 2/17 Minnesota Duluth W, 45-41 2/22 North Dakota L, 46-31 3/1 Minnesota Duluth W, 43-36 @Univ. Minnesota L, 39-36 @UM-Morris W, 44-36 @Northern Tournament 1971-72 11-5-1 Coach: Ruth Howe 1/19 Mayville State W, 48-24 1/20 Moorhead St. W, 48-34 1/26 N. Dakota State W, 40-21 1/27 Concordia-Moor. W, 47-27 2/1 Concordia-Moor. L, 44-41 2/3 Minnesota Duluth W, 65-25 2/6 North Dakota W, 29-21 2/10 UM-Morris W, 43-31 2/14 St. Cloud State W, 55-41 2/21 N. Dakota State W, 32-26 2/25 UM-Morris W, 36-27 2/26 North Dakota L, 37-29 2/16 Concordia-Moor.& T, 39-39 2/17 Moorhead St.& L, 59-36 3/1 St. Olaf% W, 48-39 3/1 St. Cloud State% L, 42-39 3/2 Moorhead St.% L, 48-38 &Minn-Kota Tournament %MAIAW Tournament 1972-73 12-5/4-3 Minn-Kota Coach: Ruth Howe 1/18 UM-Morris* W, 45-38 1/18 Manitoba L, 59-33 1/21 Minnesota Duluth W, 55-31 1/26 Valley City St.* L, 44-30 1/29 Mayville State* W, 68-43 2/1 Moorhead St.* L, 36-35 2/2 North Dakota* W, 29-26 2/4 St. Cloud State W, 44-31 2/5 N. Dakota State* W, 49-36 2/8 Minnesota Duluth W, 48-37 2/9 Concordia-Moor.* L, 32-29 @Conc.-Moor. W, 29-27 @UM-Morris L, 30-28 %Gust.-Adolphus W, 42-32 %Minnesota W, 46-40 %Winona State W, 41-37 %UM-Morris W, 40-36 *Minn-Kota Games @Minn-Kota Tournament @%MAIAW Tournament

Coach: Ruth Howe Winona State L, 41-37 UM-Morris W, 45-38 Manitoba L, 59-32 Minnesota Duluth W, 55-29 Valley City L, 46-32 Mayville W, 77-45 Moorhead L, 36-35 St. Cloud W, 44-31 N. Dakota State W, 49-36 Minnesota Duluth W, 48-37 Gustavus W, 42-31 U. of Minneapolis W, 46-40 UM-Morris W, 40-36 1974-75 14-2/7-0 Minn-Kota Coach: Ruth Howe +Moorhead St. W, 57-47 St. Cloud State W, 48-43 +UM-Morris W, 58-51 +Valley City St. W, 47-39 +Mayville State W, 53-19 +North Dakota W, 56-37 Minnesota Duluth W, 58-33 +N. Dakota State W, 47-32 +Concordia-Moor. W, 53-46 Minnesota Duluth W, 45-35 @Mayville State W, 62-31 @Moorhead St. W, 51-47 @Concordia-Moor. W, 48-39 %Moorhead St. L, 50-27 %St. Catherine’s W, 39-33 %St. Cloud State L, 52-42 @Minn-Kota Tournament %MAIAW Tournament 1975-76 14-8/5-2 Minn-Kota Coach: Ruth Howe Valley City St. W, 60-48 +Concordia-Moor. L, 56-50 Minnesota Duluth W, 65-60 Concordia-Moorhead W, 52-50 +UM-Morris L, 54-46 Minnesota L, 54-41 +N. Dakota State W, 63-61 +Moorhead St. W, 63-53 Manitoba L, 61-59 Minnesota Duluth W, 53-46 Dr. Martin Luther L, 74-70 St. Cloud State L, 62-51 +Valley City St. W, 63-35 +North Dakota W, 62-53 +Mayville State W, 69-39 @N. Dakota State L, 52-48 @Valley City St. W, 49-35 @Mayville State W, 74-37 %Moorhead St. L, 62-50 %Minnesota Duluth W, 70-47 %Gustavus Adol. W, 61-44 %Mankato State W, 48-41 @Minn-Kota Tournament %MAIAW Tournament 1976-77 12-4/6-1 Minn-Kota Coach: Ruth Howe Winnipeg L, 81-44 Minnesota Duluth W, 52-40 +Concordia-Moor. L, 56-47 Dr. Martin Luther W, 80-46 Concordia-Moor. W, 44-38 +Mayville State W, 86-64 +N. Dakota State W, 75-46 +UM-Morris W, 68-61 +Moorhead St. W, 68-66 +Valley City St. W, 75-44 Winona State L, 56-47 +North Dakota W, 50-49 @Valley City St. W, 65-50 @UM-Morris W, 70-28 @North Dakota W, 67-65 %Concordia-Moorhead L, 56-53 @Minn-Kota Tournament %MAIAW District (~BSU records show 6-1, while Minn-Kota shows 5-2)

Ann Lowdermilk 1977-1981 4 years / 40-59 (.404) 1977-78 10-15/4-3 Minn-Kota Coach: Ann Lowdermilk Winnipeg L, 70-54 St. Catherine L, 67-65 UW-Superior W, 73-43 +Concordia-Moor. L, 56-47 +UM-Morris L, 65-61 Southwest State L, 63-52 +Valley City St. W, 68-55 Minnesota Duluth L, 62-46 St. Cloud State L, 75-63 Winona State L, 66-56 +N. Dakota State L, 66-64 +Moorhead St. W, 76-42 Minnesota Duluth L, 70-59 +North Dakota W, 89-54 +Mayville State W, 104-42 Dr. Martin Luther W, 93-37 Minnesota L, 65-53 @UM-Morris L, 60-57

All-Time Results

@N. Dakota State W, 92-68 @North Dakota L, 62-58 $Hamline W, 103-28 $Moorhead St. W, 67-59 %St. Catherine L, 76-58 %Conc.-St. Paul W, 77-64 %Southwest State L, 90-88 %MAIAW Tournament $Northern District @Minn-Kota Tournament 1978-79 11-12/2-5 Minn-Kota Coach: Ann Lowdermilk Winnipeg L, 72-53 Conc.-St. Paul W, 83-51 Winnipeg L, 70-50 Manitoba L, 74-66 Mankato State W, 54-51 Winona State W, 62-57 +Moorhead St. L, 69-64 +North Dakota W, 67-35 St. Catherine L, 67-55 +UM-Morris L, 64-59 Southwest State W, 51-50 St. Olaf L, 61-54 +N. Dakota State L, 84-74 +Valley City St. L, 88-73 Mayville State W, 90-48 +Concordia-Moor. L, 56-48 Minnesota Duluth W, 66-65 +Valley City St. L, 68-66 (ot) North Dakota W, 65-55 +N. Dakota State W, 88-83 St. Cloud State W, 70-63 Macalester W, 98-37 St. Catherine L, 67-59 *NSIC games 1979-80 14-12/5-2 NSC (2nd) Coach: Ann Lowdermilk 12/5 St. Scholastica W, 83-30 12/8 St. Catherine L, 81-66 12/8 St. Thomas W, 77-59 12/10 Concordia-Moor. L, 66-51 12/14 @ N. Dakota State W, 87-68 12/14 @ Valley City St. W, 87-68 Mankato State L, 71-70 *Moorhead St. W, 63-53 UM-Morris L, 69-67 Moorhead St. L, 69-67 Conc.-St. Paul W, 75-62 North Dakota L, 93-64 *UM-Morris W, 57-55 *Minnesota Duluth L, 74-41 *Winona State W, 78-61 *St. Cloud State W, 68-63 St. Olaf L, 76-72 (ot) Hamline W, 87-57 Conc.-St. Paul L, 74-61 *Mankato State L, 66-53 UW-Superior W, 69-65 *Southwest State W, 69-65 N. Dakota State W, 80-74 Winona State W, 77-61 Southwest State L, 53-51 St. Cloud State L, 67-59 *NSC games 1980-81 5-20/1-6 NSC (6th) Coach: Ann Lowdermilk Manitoba L, 78-61 UW-Superior L, 74-70 North Dakota L, 69-61 St. Thomas W, 62-56 Mankato State L, 97-50 *UM-Morris L, 72-55 Minnesota Duluth L, 84-76 Valley City St. L, 64-58 Moorhead St. W, 84-59 Conc.-St. Paul L, 75-64 Moorhead St. L, 76-51 Winona State W, 78-47 N. Dakota State L, 97-77 *Southwest State L, 93-57 *Moorhead St. L, 63-48 Manitoba L, 83-51 Winnipeg L, 91-51 *St. Cloud State L, 55-50 St. Olaf L, 64-58 *Mankato State L, 86-67 *Winona State W, 57-55 St. Scholastica W, 83-60 *Minnesota Duluth L, 82-64 Concordia-Moor. L, 94-60 Mankato State L, 80-59 *NSC games

Jo Carpenter 1981-1982 1 year / 2-21 (.087) 1981-82 2-21/0-14 NSC (8th) Coach: Jo Carpenter N. Dakota State L, 85-50 UW-Superior W, 78-75 (ot) Conc.-St. Paul L, 69-58 *Moorhead St. L, 58-47 Concordia-Moor. L, 83-75 Winnipeg L, 86-53 Manitoba L, 79-55

*Southwest State L, 77-40 *UM-Morris L, 76-64 *Moorhead St. L, 67-48 *Winona State L, 64-59 *Mankato State L, 87-49 St. Scholastica W, 82-41 St. Catherine L, 63-61 *Minnesota Duluth L, 75-57 *St. Cloud State L, 85-52 *UM-Morris L, 79-61 *Southwest State L, 62-37 *Moorhead St. L, 65-48 *Winona State L, 59-50 *Mankato State L, 76-55 *Minnesota Duluth L, 83-59 *St. Cloud State L, 78-44 *NSC games

Joan Campbell 1982-1986 4 years / 70-43 (.619) 1982-83 12-16/4-10 NSC (6th)^ Coach: Joan Campbell North Dakota L, 102-73 Mayville State W, 75-73 11/31 UW-Superior W, 71-39 12/1 Moorhead St. L, 60-47 St. Scholastica W, 67-38 St. Scholastica W, 78-48 St. Cloud State L, 79-40 UM-Morris L, 67-66 *Minnesota Duluth W, 74-73 *Winona State W, 62-39 *Mankato State L, 76-67 *St. Cloud State L, 102-32 N. Dakota State L, 71-49 UW-Stevens Point W, 67-51 *Moorhead St. W, 67-65 Gustavus Adolphus L, 66-57 St. Catherine W, 89-44 UW-Superior W, 64-51 Bethel College W, 67-47 *UM-Morris W, 57-53 *Southwest State L, 65-55 *Mankato State L, 74-60 *Winona State L, 64-51 *Minnesota Duluth L, 63-51 *St. Cloud State L, 78-38 *Moorhead St. L, 68-57 *Southwest State L, 60-53 *UM-Morris L, 89-64 ^NAIA declared 12 wins forfeited due to an ineligible player

1983-84 (15-12/8-4 NSC-2nd) Coach: Joan Campbell 11/15 Jamestown L, 73-65 11/17 @ Mayville State W, 69-57 11/29 @ UW-Superior L, 65-62 11/30 @ St. Scholastica W, 85-54 12/9 Mayville State W, 86-75 12/10 Augustana W, 77-72 (ot) 12/13 @ North Dakota L, 65-63 12/16 @ Conc.-Moorhead W, 74-65 N. Dakota State L, 63-53 St. Thomas L, 67-62 1/6 St. Cloud State* L, 69-48 1/7 Minnesota Duluth* W, 62-46 1/13 Moorhead St.* L, 74-72 (ot) 1/14 St. Benedict W, 79-62 1/20 @ Southwest State* L, 57-56 1/21 @ UM-Morris* W, 84-70 1/27 @ Winona State* W, 58-57 1/28 @ UW-Eau Claire W, 80-51 2/1 @ St. Cloud State* L, 71-61 2/4 @ Minnesota Duluth* W, 65-63 2/10 UM-Morris* W, 92-48 2/11 Southwest State* W, 73-52 2/14 @ Moorhead St.* W, 68-56 2/17 Winona State* W, 87-60 2/18 Mankato State L, 71-47 2/24 @ N. Dakota State L, 76-70 3/3 @ UW-Milwaukee L, 76-66 *NSC games 1984-85 18-10/5-5 NSC (3rd) Coach: Joan Campbell Lakehead L, 79-63 11/16 @ St. Catherine W, 108-35 11/17 @ Hamline W, 93-52 11/29 @ Conc.-Moorhead W, 67-59 11/30 @ Mary W, 80-75 12/7 UW-Superior W, 73-52 12/8 St. Benedict W, 75-47 12/11 N. Dakota State L, 72-55 North Dakota L, 69-59 12/12 @ Mayville State W, 63-61 12/18 St. Scholastica W, 84-35 12/21 @ UW-River Falls L, 57-54 12/22 @ St. Thomas W, 60-50 1/4 Valley City St. W, 77-56 1/5 @ Moorhead St.* L, 70-59 1/11 Southwest State* W, 84-52 1/12 UM-Morris* W, 74-47 1/18 Winona State* L, 68-66

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1973-74


Bemidji State Basketball

All-Time Results.................................................................................................................................. 1/23 @ UM.-Duluth* L, 74-73 (2ot) 1/26 Moorhead St.* W, 68-63 2/1 @ Southwest State* W, 63-45 2/2 @ UM-Morris* L, 68-58 2/8 @ Winona State* W, 80-50 2/9 @ Mankato State L, 72-57 2/15 Minnesota Duluth* W, 88-53 #Conc.-St. Paul W, 81-75 #Moorhead St. W, 85-74 **UW-Milwaukee L, 71-65 *NSC games #NAIA District 13 **NAIA Bi-District VI 1985-86 25-5/11-1 NSC (1st) Coach: Joan Campbell 11/22 @ Grandview W, 87-65 11/23 @ South Dakota L, 74-70 11/24 @ St. Mary’s W, 65-56 12/3 @ UW-Superior W, 69-55 12/5 Univ. North Dakota W, 84-73 12/7 @ Valley City St. W, 69-52 12/10 Mayville State W, 51-49 12/13 @ N. Dakota State L, 94-72 12/15 N. Michigan W, 71-67 12/20 @ Conc.-St. Paul W, 75-64 12/21 @ St. Thomas W, 73-65 1/3 @ Dickinson State W, 79-53 1/4 @ S. Dakota Tech W, 92-64 1/5 @ Sioux Falls W, 81-79 1/10 @ Winona State* W, 71-55 1/11 @ Mankato State L, 71-49 1/17 UM-Morris* W, 74-51 1/18 Moorhead St.* W, 63-61 1/24 @ Northern State* L, 77-74 1/25 @ Southwest State* W, 73-54 1/28 Minnesota Duluth* W, 80-71 1/31 Winona State* W, 71-57 2/7 @ Moorhead St.* W, 62-55 2/8 @ UM-Morris* W, 82-62 2/11 @ Minnesota Duluth* W, 76-52 2/14 Northern State* W, 88-63 2/15 Southwest State* W, 89-66 2/24 UM-Morris# W, 74-53 2/28 Conc.-St. Paul# W, 92-62 3/5 UW-Green Bay% L, 73-57 * NSC Games #NAIA District 13 %NAIA Bi-District VI Championship

Sherri Mattson 1986-1987 1 year / 25-3 (.892) 1986-87 25-3/12-0 NSC (1st) Coach Sherri Mattson 11/22 @ Michigan Tech W, 84-52 11/23 @ N. Michigan W, 67-47 11/25 @ UW-Green Bay L, 72-57 11/30 Mankato State W, 79-67 12/3 St. Scholastica W, 76-53 12/5 UW-Superior W, 73-47 12/9 N. Dakota State W, 56-55 12/12 @ Mayville State W, 69-63 12/13 @ North Dakota W, 93-80 12/15 @ Conc.-Moorhead W, 83-68 12/19 @ Conc.-St. Paul W, 82-39 12/20 @ St. Thomas W, 74-51 1/9 @ Southwest State* W, 93-60 1/10 @ Northern State* W, 91-86 1/16 UM-Morris* W, 72-51 1/17 Moorhead St.* W, 85-57 1/21 @ Minnesota Duluth* W, 64-62 1/24 @ Winona State* W, 73-66 1/29 @ Moorhead St.* W, 73-59 2/6 Northern State* W, 74-67 2/7 Southwest State* W, 99-48 2/11 Minnesota Duluth* W, 88-69 2/12 @ UM-Morris* W, 79-58 2/14 Winona State* W, 101-69 2/23 @ Conc.-St. Paul# W, 92-38 2/27 @ Minnesota Duluth# W, 73-64 3/3 UW-Green Bay& L, 82-67 3/13 Arkansas Tech% L, 69-68 *NSC games #NAIA District 13 Playoffs &NAIA Bi-District VI %NAIA National Championships

Mary McDonald 1987-1990 3 years / 43-38 (.531) 1987-88 17-8/9-3 NSIC (3rd) Coach: Mary McDonald 11/20 @ UW-Stout W, 70-48 11/21 @ UW-Stevens Point W, 57-56 11/28 @ Mankato State L, 63-47 12/4 Univ. North Dakota L, 79-59 12/12 @ St. Scholastica W, 81-75 12/13 @ N. Michigan L, 74-69 12/17 Mayville State W, 66-61 12/19 St. Scholastica W, 75-48 12/29 @ Luther College W, 87-74 12/30 @ UW-River Falls L, 85-75

1/6 UW-Milwaukee L, 73-49 1/8 Southwest State* W, 81-67 1/9 Northern State* W, 79-74 (ot) 1/16 @ UM-Morris* W, 69-59 1/16 @ Moorhead St.* W, 63-52 1/19 Minnesota Duluth* W, 69-62 1/23 @ Winona State* W, 76-68 1/26 UM-Morris* W, 67-58 1/29 Moorhead St.* W, 82-61 2/5 @ Northern State* L, 74-57 2/6 @ Southwest State* L, 70-69 2/9 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 62-43 2/13 Winona State W, 80-73 2/28 Southwest State# W, 78-67 #Minnesota Duluth L, 77-61 *NSC games #NAIA District 13 Playoffs 1988-89 13-16/6-6 NSC (4th) Coach: Mary McDonald 11/22 UW-Stout W, 60-39 11/29 UW-Stevens Point W, 68-55 12/1 @ St. Scholastica L, 73-56 12/2 @ UW-Milwaukee L, 68-62 12/6 @ UW-Superior L, 63-59 12/9 Minot State L, 77-74 12/10 Mankato State W, 73-46 12/13 @ N. Dakota State L, 84-69 12/16 Michigan Tech W, 68-60 12/17 @ North Dakota L, 87-51 12/29 @ Hope College W, 77-65 12/30 @ UW-River Falls L, 70-68 1/3 @ Minot State L, 84-72 1/13 @ Southwest State* W, 61-57 1/14 @ Northern State* L, 66-53 1/17 Minnesota Duluth* L, 68-63 1/19 @ Winona State* W, 85-73 1/24 @ Mayville State L, 80-54 1/27 @ Moorhead St.* L, 74-56 1/28 @ UM-Morris* W, 66-60 1/31 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 76-48 2/4 @ Winona State* W, 74-73 2/10 Southwest State* L, 73-67 2/13 Northern State* L, 71-63 2/17 UM-Morris* W, 71-55 2/18 Moorhead St.* W, 73-61 2/20 St. Scholastica W, 64-55 3/3 Southwest State# W, 80-66 3/4 @ Minnesota Duluth# L, 81-68 *NSC games #NAIA District 13 Playoffs 1989-90 13-14/4-8 NSC (5th) Coach: Mary McDonald 11/18 @ UW-Stevens Point L, 68-64 11/20 @ Mankato State L, 48-47 11/27 N. Dakota State L, 79-60 12/1 St. Scholastica W, 59-45 12/2 N. Michigan W, 75-69 12/5 Mayville State W, 42-41 12/9 Jamestown College W, 62-49 12/12 Valley City St. W, 81-53 12/16 Eastern Montana W, 69-53 12/18 @ Mayville State L, 72-64 12/19 @ Minot State W, 76-66 1/2 North Dakota L, 72-49 1/4 Minot State W, 78-69 1/8 @ St. Scholastica L, 72-62 1/12 UM-Morris* W, 59-50 1/13 Moorhead St.* W, 69-65 1/16 Minnesota Duluth* L, 91-78 1/20 Winona State* L, 61-51 1/26 @ Moorhead St.* W, 67-55 1/27 @ UM-Morris* L, 84-75 2/2 @ Northern State* L, 92-69 2/3 @ Southwest State* L, 75-68 2/6 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 67-49 2/10 @ Winona State* W, 71-65 2/13 UW-Superior W, 76-37 2/16 Northern State* L, 87-76 2/17 Southwest State* L, 71-63 *NSC games

Doreen Zierer 1990-2002 12 years / 129-197 (.395) 1990-91 16-13/6-6 NSC (4th) Coach: Doreen Zierer 11/17 @ UW-Superior W, 74-58 11/19 @ Mankato State W, 75-63 11/24 @ Jamestown W, 67-54 11/27 @ Mayville State L, 63-51 11/30 N. Dakota State L, 87-72 12/1 UW-Stevens Point L, 88-77^ 12/4 @ St. Scholastica W, 74-72 12/7 @ Valley City St. W, 94-89^ 12/8 @ Minot State L, 88-83 12/11 Mayville State W, 81-70 12/15 @ Florida Southern W, 88-79 12/17 @ Eckerd College W, 105-82 12/29 @ North Dakota L, 95-44 1/2 Minot State L, 81-78 1/8 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 89-69 1/12 Winona State* W, 86-72 1/18 @ Moorhead St.* L, 79-67 1/19 @ UM-Morris* W, 84-70 1/25 Northern State* L, 79-76 1/26 Southwest State* W, 59-58

1/29 Minnesota Duluth* L, 68-57 2/2 @ Winona State* W, 89-66 2/8 @ Southwest State* W, 77-68 2/9 @ Northern State* L, 106-77 2/13 @ Moorhead St.* L, 95-75 2/15 UM-Morris* W, 78-75 2/18 St. Scholastica W, 95-56 2/25 Moorhead St.% W, 97-94 2/28 @ Minnesota Duluth% L, 82-68 ^overtime * NSC games %NAIA Dist. 13 Playoffs 1991-92 16-11/7-5 NSC (4th) Coach: Doreen Zierer 11/24 @ Mankato State L, 77-61 11/27 Valley City St. W, 71-66 11/29 Michigan Tech W, 81-59 12/1 Jamestown W, 74-56 12/6 @ Alaska-Anchorage L, 69-56 12/7 @ Texas A&I W, 73-71 12/8 @ Northern Colo. W, 89-87 12/11 @ Mayville State L, 85-73 12/13 @ N. Dakota State L, 96-62 12/18 @ St. Scholastica W, 65-57 12/29 @ South Dakota St. L, 75-55 12/30 @ Augustana L, 107-64 1/10 @ Moorhead St.* L, 73-65 1/11 @ UM-Morris* L, 90-72 1/17 Northern State* L, 91-83 (ot) 1/18 Southwest State* W, 75-48 1/21 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 63-46 1/25 @ Winona State* W, 94-65 1/28 St. Scholastica W, 107-59 1/31 @ Southwest State* W, 73-60 2/1 @ Northern State* L, 80-70 2/7 Moorhead St.* W, 81-74 2/8 UM-Morris* W, 87-64 2/11 Minnesota Duluth* W, 73-61 2/14 Winona State* W, 95-46 2/17 Mayville State W, 88-56 2/19 @ UW-Parkside W, 82-60 *NSIC games 1992-93 10-17/4-8 NSIC (5th) Coach: Doreen Zierer 11/21 @ N. Michigan L, 89-74 11/23 @ UW-Parkside L, 81-73 11/24 @ Lewis Univ. L, 71-69 11/28 @ Michigan Tech L, 77-56 12/5 St. Scholastica W, 79-60 12/11 St. Cloud State W, 71-66 12/12 South Dakota St. L, 68-66 12/20 Southern Colorado W, 71-64 12/21 @ N. Dakota State L, 99-51 12/29 @ Augustana L, 96-60 12/30 @ South Dakota St. L, 73-45 1/5 UW-Parkside W, 74-71 1/8 Northern State* L, 77-38 1/9 Southwest State* L, 67-65 1/12 Minnesota Duluth* L, 63-62 1/15 @ Winona State* L, 91-87 (ot) 1/22 @ Northern State* L, 98-63 1/23 @ Southwest State* W, 67-56 1/29 Moorhead St.* L, 88-84 1/30 UM-Morris* W, 85-77 2/2 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 71-43 2/5 Winona State* W, 87-72 2/6 Wayne State W, 92-91 2/12 @ UM-Morris* W, 87-68 2/13 @ Moorhead St.* L, 77-60 2/19 @ Nebraska-Kearney L, 82-70 2/20 @ Wayne State W, 75-71 *NSIC games 1993-94 9-18/5-7 NSIC (4th) Coach: Doreen Zierer 11/19 @ South Dakota St. L, 96-79 11/20 @ South Dakota W, 91-84^ 11/26 Michigan Tech L, 68-65 11/27 N. Michigan L, 90-74 12/3 @ Nebraska-Omaha L, 81-66 12/4 @ N.W. Missouri W, 98-66 12/10 N. Dakota State L, 81-68 12/16 @ St. Scholastica W, 67-66 12/17 Nebraska-Kearney L, 70-63 12/19 Augustana College L, 94-62 12/21 @ St. Cloud State W, 90-62 1/3 UW-Parkside L, 83-75 1/5 Northern State* L, 81-69 1/8 @ Wayne State (NE) L, 83-58 1/12 @ Southwest State* L, 72-64 1/15 UM-Morris* W, 79-58 1/19 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 78-63 1/22 Winona State W, 88-68 1/29 @ Moorhead St.* W, 98-94^ 2/2 @ Northern State* L, 82-62 2/5 Wayne State (NE) L, 87-79 2/9 Southwest State* W, 76-70^ 2/12 @ UM-Morris* L, 70-66 2/16 Minnesota Duluth* L, 87-73 2/19 @ Winona State* W, 71-60 2/21 @ UW-Parkside L, 77-75 2/26 Moorhead St.* L, 77-62 ^Overtime *NSIC games 1994-95 14-13/5-7 NSIC (4th) Coach: Doreen Zierer 11/18 South Dakota St. L, 95-65 11/25 @ Michigan Tech L, 89-57 11/26 @ N. Michigan L, 75-68

12/2 @ Southern Colo. L, 71-62 12/3 @ Cameron W, 91-63 12/9 @ N. Dakota State L, 96-62 12/13 St. Scholastica W, 93-82 12/16 @ Mt. Mercy W, 73-69 12/17 @ St. Francis W, 100-49 12/20 St. Cloud State W, 93-84 1/4 @ Northern State* L, 93-61 1/7 Wayne State W, 95-85 1/11 Southwest State* L, 74-67 1/14 @ UM-Morris* W, 60-43 1/18 Minnesota Duluth* L, 86-72 1/21 @ Winona State* W, 73-66 1/23 @ UW-Parkside W, 87-78 1/26 UW-Superior W, 90-71 1/28 Moorhead St.* W, 81-79 2/1 Northern State* L, 96-84 2/4 @ Wayne State L, 64-63 2/8 @ Southwest State* L, 75-60 2/11 UM-Morris* W, 68-53 2/15 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 71-48 2/18 Winona State* W, 95-61 2/20 UW-Parkside W, 97-64 2/25 @ Moorhead St.* L, 77-65 *NSIC games 1995-96 (19-8/8-4 NSIC) Coach: Doreen Zierer 11/18 @ South Dakota St. L, 82-56 11/25 Michigan Tech W, 71-58 11/28 @ UW-Parkside W, 69-43 12/1 @ Lewis W, 82-53 12/2 @ North Dakota L, 73-46 12/7 @ Eckerd College W, 90-56 12/9 @ Rollins W, 80-77 (ot) 12/15 N. Dakota State L, 75-64 12/19 Mankato State W, 96-74 12/21 @ St. Cloud State L, 78-65 12/23 @ St. Scholastica W, 81-61 1/6 UM-Crookston W, 101-56 1/10 @ UW-Superior W, 87-54 1/13 Southwest State* W, 77-72 (ot) 1/17 Winona State* W, 95-54 1/20 @ Moorhead St.* W, 87-65 1/24 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 66-55 1/27 Northern State* W, 72-56 1/31 @ UM-Morris* W, 92-66 2/3 Wayne State W, 94-65 2/7 @ Winona State* W, 74-53 2/10 @ Southwest State* L, 82-65 2/14 Minnesota Duluth* L, 83-73 2/17 Moorhead St.* W, 89-80 2/21 UM-Morris* W, 93-62 2/24 @ Northern State* L, 76-64 3/2 @ Wayne State W, 85-70 *NSIC games 1996-97 13-14/6-6 NSIC (4th) Coach: Doreen Zierer 11/16 @ N. Michigan L, 93-70 11/23 @ Michigan Tech L, 87-70 11/26 @ Fresno Pacific W, 74-57 11/29 @ Cal St. Stan.& W, 77-64 11/30 vs. Augustana& L, 79-76 12/3 St. Cloud State W, 91-78 12/5 UW-Parkside L, 90-88 12/7 South Dakota St. L, 78-73 12/10 @ Augustana L, 95-71 12/14 @ N. Dakota State L, 92-66 12/18 St. Scholastica W, 80-53 1/2 Jamestown L, 95-85 1/4 @ Minn.-Crookston W, 87-58 1/15 @ Winona State* W, 91-74 1/18 @ Moorhead St.* L, 81-75 (ot) 1/22 Minnesota Duluth* L, 63-47 1/25 @ Northern State* L, 84-54 1/29 UM-Morris* W, 71-67 (ot) 2/1 Wayne State W, 107-67 2/5 Winona State* W, 85-77 2/8 Southwest State* W, 64-59 2/12 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 70-36 2/15 @ Moorhead St.* W, 60-57 2/19 @ UM-Morris* L, 80-61 2/22 Northern State* L, 76-51 2/28 @ Southwest State* W, 103-93 3/1 @ Wayne State (NE) W, 77-75 *NSIC games &Cal. State Stanislaus Tournament 1997-98 5-22/3-9 NSIC (7th) Coach: Doreen Zierer 11/14 Augustana L, 78-64 11/15 N. Michigan L, 107-68 11/21 @ Western Montana L, 69-63 11/22 @ Montana State L, 82-42 11/28 @ SW Baptist L, 78-57 11/29 @ Fort Hays State L, 65-54 12/2 UM-Crookston W, 79-40 12/5 @ South Dakota St. L, 82-59 12/6 @ St. Cloud State L, 80-58 12/11 @ UW-Parkside W, 82-76 (ot) 12/16 @ Mankato State L, 91-67 12/20 Michigan Tech L, 70-46 1/2 @ Jamestown L, 77-60 1/10 Northern State* W, 80-76 1/14 Winona State* L, 60-54 1/17 @ Moorhead St.* L, 70-59 1/21 @ UM-Morris* L, 64-56 1/24 Wayne State (NE)* L, 73-65 1/28 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 74-47 1/31 Southwest State* W, 62-59 2/4 @ Winona State* L, 68-50

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2/7 @ Northern State* L, 100-60 2/11 UM-Morris* L, 62-61 2/14 Moorhead St.* L, 65-51 2/18 Minnesota Duluth* L, 72-57 2/21 @ Wayne State*’ L, 68-48 2/25 @ Southwest State* W, 70-69 *NSIC games 1998-99 10-17/3-9 NSIC (7th) Coach: Doreen Zierer 11/13 Lake Superior St. W, 74-62 11/14 South Dakota St. L, 83-64 11/24 @ North Dakota L, 82-60 11/27 @ Nebraska-Kearney L, 89-52 11/28 @ Metro State L, 72-62 12/4 @ Morningside W, 93-88 (ot) 12/5 @ South Dakota W, 69-61 12/9 @ UM-Crookston W, 82-55 12/11 St. Cloud State L, 100-87 12/13 MSU-Mankato W, 86-57 12/19 @ Michigan Tech L, 83-58 12/28 @ California (PA) W, 72-61 12/30 @ GA Southwestern W, 80-66 1/9 @ Northern State* L, 78-54 1/13 @ Winona State* W, 70-69 1/16 Moorhead St.* L, 69-68 (ot) 1/20 UM-Morris* L, 69-58 1/23 @ Wayne State* L, 68-54 1/27 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 75-65 1/30 @ Southwest State* L, 88-70 2/3 Winona State* W, 81-74 2/6 Northern State* L, 72-62 2/10 @ UM-Morris* W, 67-51 2/13 @ Moorhead St.* L, 72-51 2/17 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 74-51 2/20 Wayne State (NE)* L, 72-62 2/23 Southwest State* L, 93-78 *NSIC games 1999-00 9-18/7-11 NSIC (6th) Coach: Doreen Zierer 11/20 Morningside W, 95-66 11/27 vs. Middlebury& W, 84-45 11/28 vs. C. Missouri& L, 89-64 12/7 North Dakota L, 91-61 12/10 @ Minn.-Crookston* W, 77-50 12/11 @ MSU-Moorhead* L, 85-73 12/13 Michigan Tech L, 75-69 12/18 @ South Dakota St. L, 93-65 12/21 @ Lake Superior St. L, 67-66 12/29 @ St. Cloud State L, 94-69 1/3 Minnesota Duluth* L, 74-57 1/7 UM-Morris* W, 85-65 1/8 Northern State* L, 92-62 1/14 @ Winona State* L, 71-55 1/15 @ Conc.-St. Paul* W, 67-52 1/21 Wayne State (NE)* L, 71-62 1/22 Southwest State* L, 83-74 1/28 MSU-Moorhead* W, 89-78 1/29 UM-Crookston* W, 83-55 2/5 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 77-44 2/11 @ Northern State* L, 91-64 2/12 @ UM-Morris* W, 81-58 2/18 Conc.-St. Paul* W, 76-58 2/19 Winona State* L, 94-80 2/25 @ Southwest State* L, 79-59 2/26 @ Wayne St. (NE)* L, 81-72 2/29 @ Southwest St.* L, 90-69 *NSIC games &Torneo Cancun De Basquetbol 2000-01 3-24/3-15 NSIC (9th) Coach: Doreen Zierer 11/17 South Dakota St. L, 80-66 11/18 St. Cloud St. L, 83-61 11/24 vs. Adams St.& L, 70-68 11/25 @ Mesa St.& L, 92-63 11/30 @ North Dakota L, 96-52 12/5 @ Morningside L, 83-57 12/8 UM-Crookston* L, 77-63 12/9 MSU-Moorhead* L, 70-56 12/14 @ MSU-Mankato L, 85-68 12/17 @ Michigan Tech L, 98-37 12/30 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 77-53 1/5 @ UM-Morris* W, 74-42 1/6 @ Northern St.* L, 79-56 1/12 Winona St.* L, 90-76 1/13 Conc.-St. Paul* L, 63-56 1/19 @ Wayne St.* L, 90-76 1/20 @ Southwest St.* L, 64-45 1/26 @ MSU-Moorhead* L, 80-42 1/27 @UM-Crookston* W, 58-55 2/3 Minnesota Duluth* L, 96-67 2/9 Northern St.* L, 82-63

2/10 UM-Morris* W, 91-63 2/16 @ Conc.-St. Paul* L, 79-55 2/17 @ Winona St.* L, 86-55 2/23 Southwest St.* L, 79-30 2/24 Wayne St.* L, 72-61 2/27 @ Northern St.* L, 91-67 *NSIC games & Mesa State Classic 2001-02 5-22/3-15 NSIC (9th) Coach: Doreen Zierer 11/17 @ South Dakota St. L, 89-52 11/23 vs. Washburn& L, 72-55 11/24 vs. Peru St.& W, 57-53 11/30 North Dakota L, 94-75 12/1 MSU-Mankato L, 79-50 12/7 Wayne St.* L, 74-57 12/8 Southwest St.* L, 65-52 12/12 @ St. Cloud St. L, 97-91 12/16 Morningside W, 82-76 12/20 Michigan Tech L, 86-46 12/29 @ UM-Crookston* L, 77-69 12/30 @ MSU-Moorhead* L, 80-59 1/5 Minnesota Duluth* L, 85-43 1/11 UM-Morris* W, 70-57 1/12 Northern St.* L, 62-41 1/18 @ Winona St.* L, 91-79 1/19 @ Conc.-St. Paul* L, 75-61 1/25 @ Southwest St.* L, 90-45 1/26 @ Wayne St.* L, 76-50 2/1 MSU-Moorhead* L, 75-66 2/2 UM-Crookston* L, 79-64 2/9 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 73-63 (ot) 2/15 @ Northern St.* L, 87-70 2/16 @ UM-Morris* W, 86-52 2/22 Conc.-St. Paul* L, 81-71 2/23 Winona St.* W, 84-67 2/27 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 89-53 *NSIC games &Nebraska-Kearney Tournament

Mike Power 2002-2005 3 years / 28-55 (.337) 2002-03 9-18/5-13 NSIC (9th) Coach: Mike Power 11/23 @ St. Cloud State L, 77-47 11/29 vs. Lees-McRae^ W, 58-55 11/30 @ Barry (FL)^ W, 78-70 12/4 @ MSU, Mankato W, 67-59 12/6 South Dakota St. L, 85-67 12/13 @ Finlandia W, 62-44 12/14 @ Michigan Tech L, 72-57 12/20 St. Cloud State L, 71-67 12/21 @ North Dakota L, 86-58 12/28 @ Wayne State* L, 79-51 12/29 @ Southwest State* L, 76-55 1/3 UM-Crookston* W, 93-70 1/4 MSU-Moorhead* L, 70-68 1/11 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 88-64 1/17 @ UM-Morris* W, 69-55 1/18 @ Northern State* L, 100-63 1/24 Winona State* L, 86-78 1/25 Concordia-St. Paul* L, 75-68 1/31 Southwest State* L, 71-46 2/1 Wayne State* W, 76-67 2/7 @ MSU-Moorhead* L, 81-69 2/8 @ UM-Crookston* W, 57-42 2/15 Minnesota Duluth* L, 73-69 2/21 Northern State* L, 81-77 2/22 UM-Morris* W, 101-43 2/28 @ Concordia-SP* L, 82-61 3/1 @ Winona State* L, 84-66 *NSIC games ^Barry (FL) Tournament 2003-04 14-15/8-8 NSIC (5th) Coach: Mike Power 11/21 @ NW Missouri State¹ L, 92-70 11/22 vs. York (Neb.)¹ W, 72-53 11/28 St Scholastica² W, 87-64 11/29 North Dakota² L, 90-54 12/2 @ St. Cloud State L, 81-68 12/6 St. Mary (Neb.) W, 72-70 12/13 @ Carleton L, 57-52 12/19 vs. St. Cloud State³ L, 89-46 12/20 vs. MSU-Mankato³ W, 50-49 12/28 @ South Dakota State^ L, 88-46 12/29 vs. Western State^ W, 84-60 1/2 @ Concordia-St. Paul* L, 79-68 1/3 @ Winona State* W, 77-75 (ot)

All-Time Results

1/6 Northern State* L, 77-53 1/10 UM-Crookston* W, 63-61 1/13 MSU-Moorhead* W, 70-61 1/16 Wayne State* W, 68-60 1/17 SW Minnesota State* L, 57-41 1/24 @ Minnesota Duluth* L, 65-51 1/31 @ UM-Crookston* W, 73-71 2/6 Winona State* L, 74-55 2/7 Concordia-St. Paul* L, 84-65 2/13 @ MSU-Moorhead* W, 66-65 2/14 @ Northern State* L, 80-68 2/20 @ SW Minnesota State* W, 72-53 2/21 @ Wayne State* L, 81-75 (ot) 2/26 Minnesota Duluth* W, 61-52 3/3 Winona State& W, 72-62 3/6 vs. Minnesota Duluth% L, 70-51 *NSIC games ¹Ryland Milner Classic @ NW Missouri St. ²BSU Thanksgiving Classic ³Games played at MSU-Moorhead &NSIC Quarterfinal @ Bemidji State %NSIC Semifinal @ St. Paul, Minn. 2004-05 5-23/1-13 NSIC (7th) Coach: Mike Power 11/15 St. Cloud State L, 75-49 11/18 Mayville State W, 67-46 11/20 @ North Dakota State L, 80-49 11/26 vs. Colorado St.-Pueblo^ W, 93-59 11/27 vs. Seattle-Pacific^ L, 76-56 12/1 @ Colorado School of Mines L, 86-61 12/3 @ Regis& L, 69-63 12/4 @ Metro State& L, 74-51 12/10 @ North Dakota L, 74-52 12/28 @ Upper Iowa W, 73-58 12/30 @ Morning Side L, 75-55 1/3 @ St. Cloud State L, 81-72 1/7 Concordia-St. Paul* L, 82-59 1/8 Wiona State* L, 45-42 1/14 MSU-Moorhead* L, 70-38 1/15 Northern State* L, 59-39 1/22 @ SW Minnesota State* L, 55-44 1/23 @ Wayne State* L, 70-59 1/29 @Minnesota-Crookston* L, 82-67 2/5 Minnesota-Crookston* L, 73-67 2/6 Upper Iowa W, 69-67 2/11 Wayne State* L, 60-48 2/12 SW Minnesota State* L, 65-57 2/18 @ Northern State* L, 67-60 2/19 @ MSU-Moorhead* L, 101-74 2/25 @ Winona State* W, 70-68 2/26 @ Concordia-St. Paul* L, 70-55 3/2 @ Concordia-St. Paul L, 102-80 *NSIC Games ^North Dakota Tournament (Grand Forks) &Coors Classic (Denver, Colo.)

Mike Curfman 2005-Present 1 year / 13-15 (.464) 2005-06 13-15/6-8 NSIC (5th) Coach: Mike Curfman 11/15 @ Mayville State L, 89-94 11/18 Minnesota Duluth$ L, 52-72 11/19 Upper Iowa$ L, 57-70 11/25 @ Nebraska-Kearney& L, 82-88 11/26 Fort Hays State& W, 77-74 12/3 Jamestown W, 89-82 12/4 Dakota State W, 79-73 12/11 Minnesota State W, 78-57 12/17 North Dakota L, 65-79 12/22 Morningside College W, 90-79 12/29 St. Cloud State L, 62-81 12/31 Carelton W, 74-59 01/06 @ Concordia Uniersity* L, 65-73 1/07 @ Winona State* W, 92-75 1/13 @ MSU Moorhead* L, 50-62 1/14 @ Northern State* L, 59-87 1/20 SW Minnesota State* W, 89-87 1/21 Wayne State* L, 74-80 1/28 Minnesota Crookston* L, 81-71 2/02 Upper Iowa W, 86-67 2/04 @ Minnesota Crookston* W, 81-71 /10 @ Wayne State* L, 58-91 2/11 @SW Minnesota State* L, 63-71 2/17 Northern State* W, 79-76 2/18 MSU Moorhead* W, 77-61

2/25 Winona State* W, 74-72 2/26 Concordia University* L, 78-93 3.01 MSU Moorhead^ L, 58-59 OT *NSIC Games ^NSIC Tournament $Concordia-St. Paul Classic &Nebraska-Kearney Tournament 2006-07 14-14/9-9 NSIC (5th) Coach: Mike Curfman 11/17 vs. Augustana1 L, 76-92 11/18 @ Minnesota State1 L, 67-76 11/24 @ Minnesota Duluth2 L, 72-73 (ot) 11/25 vs. St. Cloud State2 W , 79-69 12/1 @ Wayne State* W, 76-68 12/2 @ Southwest State* W, 76-66 12/8 Concordia-St. Paul* W, 82-74 12/9 MSU-Moorhead* L, 78-83 12/16 Mayville State W, 88-83 12/20 North Dakota L, 59-86 12/28 Wisconsin-Platteville W, 90-51 1/6 @ Minnesota Crookston* W, 69-56 1/12 @ University of Mary* L, 57-60 1/13 @ Northern State* L, 68-84 1/16 Minnesota State W, 86-83 1/19 Winona State* L, 66-67 1/20 Upper Iowa* W, 80-68 1/26 Southwest State* W, 80-68 1/27 Wayne State* W, 80-73 2/02 @ MSU-Moorhead* L, 48-69 2/03 @ Concordia University* L, 68-90 2/10 Minnesota Crookston* W, 88-61 2/12 Minnesota Duluth* W, 71-69 (ot) 2/16 Northern State* L, 73-86 2/17 University of Mary* L, 83-90 2/23 @ Upper Iowa* W, 74-59 2/24 @ Winona State* L 64-71 2/28 @ Northern State* L, 56-72 *NSIC games 1 Pepsi Tipoff 2 American Family Insurance Classic 2007-08 13-15/9-9 NSIC (6th) Coach: Mike Curfman 11/16 @ Colorado State-Pueblo1 L, 67-74 11/17 vs. Western State1 L, 46-50 11/24 vs. St. Scholastica2 W, 86-52 11/25 @ UW-Stout2 W , 92-84 11/30 Southwest State* W, 77-70 12/01 Wayne State* W, 77-70 12/07 @ MSU Moorhead* L, 76-81 12/08 @ Concordia-St. Paul* L, 77-83 12/11 @ Minnesota State L, 74-101 12/16 Minnesota Duluth W, 83-64 12/20 @ North Dakota L, 85-109 1/02 @ Mayville State W, 90-83 1/05 Minnesota Crookston* W, 87-73 1/11 Northern State* W, 77-65 1/12 University of Mary* L, 93-99 1/18 @ Upper Iowa* W, 67-52 1/19 @ Winona State* W, 84-82 1/22 Minnesota State L, 54-106 1/25 @ Wayne State* L, 76-79 1/26 @ Southwest State* L, 70-75 2/01 Concordia-St. Paul* L, 74-87 2/02 MSU Moorhead* W, 92-91 (ot) 2/10 @ Minn. Crookston* W, 89-56 2/15 @University of Mary* L, 64-86 2/16 @ Northern State* L, 60-68 2/22 Winona State* L, 60-89 2/23 Upper Iowa* W, 60-51 3/01 @ University of Mary* L, 78-80 *NSIC games 1 Al Kaly Classic 2 Wisconsin-Stout Tournament

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Bemidji State Basketball

Home of the Beavers......................................................................................................................... Chet Anderson Stadium is home to BSU’s football and outdoor track and field programs. It is one of just three collegiate football BSU Gymnasium stadiums in the nation with a lakeside setting.

BSU Baseball Field plays host to the Beaver baseball program in the spring. The stadium grandstand is BSU’s newest athletics facility, completed for the 2002 season. The 2,500-seat BSU Gymnasium officially became home to the Bemidji State basketball program January 4, 1960 in front of a crowd of community members and dignitaries. The grand opening ceremony was led by the Governor of Minnesota Orville Freeman. Later that evening the Beavers broke the facility in with a 74-51 victory over the University of North Dakota. In nearly five decades since the building was opened, the facility has been home to the BSU volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball teams as well as a number of high school tournaments and playoff games. In addition the gym is also used for events ranging from concerts and recitals to faculty meetings and commencement ceremonies. The BSU Gym is only a portion of the physical education complex that was erected beginning in 1959 with funds secured from the state legislature. The one million-dollar complex also houses a six

lane Olympic size swimming pool, classrooms and offices for faculty and athletic staff. Encompassed at the gym-floor level are locker room facilities for all BSU athletic teams, faculty, staff and students as well as for visiting teams,softball officials and coaches. There also space allottedat forthe State’s program plays itsishome contests BSU Gymnasium is the home of BSU’s men’s andBSU women’s Gymnasium Bemidji athletic training Field, adjacent to the baseball field. BSU Softball basketball and volleyball programs. BSU’s men and women each facilities and laundry and equipment rooms. wonNot a home-court first-round NSIC playoff game in 2004. only does it house an array of activities, but perhaps more importantly it gives a distinct “home-court” advantage for the athletic squads that use it. BSU fans and boosters of all ages are regularly seen sporting the green and white colors in peculiar styles. As Governor Freeman said at the grand opening of the facility, “the one million dollars that the new Bemidji State College Gymnasium cost is not a debt, but an investment.” Since that time countless student-athletes have called the BSU gymnasium their athletic home while spectators have come in droves to watch BSU events, proving that this really was an investment. The BSU Gymnasium was closed for nearly two months beginning Oct. 6, 2004, to undergo a $150,000 floor replacement project. The face-lift not only gave the 45-year-old facility an updated and fresh look, the new maple stripped floor is also a softer, more athlete-friendly foundation. Bucky Beaver

Memorial Hall

After more than a decade of playing without a building to call its own, Bemidji State received news in the spring of 1937 that it had been allocated $220,000 for campus building construction in a State of Minnesota legislative act. The funding for the building came close to 20 years after plans for a gym were included in the initial building plans of the university, but were dropped down the priority John S. Glas Fieldhouse is the legendary list home BSU’s men’s and of eventually scrapped. The BSU indoor track and tennis teams make their home in the Gillette Rec on Center. One15, of 1937, the finest indoor in the and women’s ice hockey programs. BSU’s men have won fiveof Memorial Construction Hall began December with plans to facilities includ a second gym, a swimming pool, an auditorium and several classrooms, but even before construction was startregion, the center also serves as the campus recreational center. national championships in the building. ed, it was realized that funds granted were insufficient. The college applied to the Works Progress Administration for aid, which was granted to construct the main gym first with the other parts of the complex to be added as more funding came in. No additional funds were granted to the college as all of the allotted funds--$220,000 from the state and $140,000 from the federal government--were used to complete “Plan A” of the project. When Memorial Hall was completed in 1939, it was the largest WPA project in State of Minnesota at the time. The Bemidji State basketball team officially called the gym home in the fall of 1939. Rueben Frost led the Beavers to a 13-4 overall record an a 8-1 record in Northern Intercollegiate Conference play garnering the school’s first conference championship. The building included the gym (also used as an auditorium), locker rooms, and classrooms. During two decades of play in the 1,500-seat gym, the Beavers collected 163 wins while posting a .805 winning percentage. The building was witness to a pair of undefeated home slates. The 1944-45 Memorial Hall team was 5-0 while the 1947-48 squad began a streak of 20-consecutive home wins with a perfect 10-0 home campaign. The Beavers again inhabited Memorial for a portion of the 2004-05 season. The move across campus was made to allow for the completion of the floor replacement project in the BSU Gymnasium. The Beavers posted a perfect 3-0 record in the old barn rekindling the spark the team always had when playing in its first home. Since the Beavers moved to the BSU Gymnasium in 1960, the gym has been used as a classroom, practice facility, and the temporary home to the university’s library from 1996-2000 while the A.C. Clark Library underwent renovations.

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First City on the Mississippi

The Bemidji area is home to a population of more than 30,000 and includes the Leech Lake, White Earth, and Red Lake Indian Reservations, and Lake Itasca, the headwaters to the Mississippi River. The City of Bemidji provides a focus for educational, business, and medical services. Recreational and cultural activities reflect a multicultural heritage that includes American Indian, European and Canadian influences. Bemidji is a “golden city” along the river’s bank, only miles from where the mighty Mississippi River begins its 2,552 mile journey to New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico, a city at the center of the legends of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox. Bemidji’s natural beauty and bounty as a meeting or group tour destination is also enhanced with historic character. From world renown statues and architecture listed on the National Register of Historic Places, to ancient earth mounds and burial grounds, the past takes an interesting turn in Bemidji. Bemidji’s waterfront is home to the world-famous statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Nearby is Bemidji’s Tourist Information Center. In addition to Paul Bunyan memorabilia, The Bunyan House features the Fireplace of States built with stones from every state in the U.S. and Canadian provinces. To the north, you’ll encounter Library Park and the statue of Bemidji’s founding Chief Bemidji, as well as the Community Arts Center in the Carnegie Building, also on the National Register. At the south end of Lake Bemidji is Nymore Beach, site of the Crookston Lumber Co. The burning of the mill in 1924 marked the end of the county’s logging era. On the way into Bemidji, you may cross over the historic Mississippi River Bridge, built in 1916. This structure is listed on the National Register as one of the earliest

examples of a steel-reinforced concrete bridge. At the southern end of Minnesota Avenue lies the Great Northern Depot, completed in 1913. On the Historic Register, the Depot is the last early 20th century railroad building left in its original condition. The Commercial Building on Third Street, built in 1910, is cited in the Architecture of Minnesota Guide as a successful prairie-style solution for a single-story building. Other examples of historic architecture include the Beltrami County Courthouse built in 1902. Across the street you’ll find the 1917 Colonial Revival-style former Post Office. Perhaps Bemidji’s best-known historic district is the eight-block section of Lake Boulevard. Once known as Bemidji’s “Gold Coast,” among the many venerable homes to be viewed is the Dr. Johnson House built in 1910 with a showcase garden. The Bacon House was also built in 1910, later used for a Catholic convent. An unusual log structure, the Fisk House was reconstructed log-by-log at the present site. Judge Fisk enjoyed entertaining many distinguished guests, including writer F. Scott Fitzgerald. Further along you’ll find Warfield House, the 1912 home of the man who built Bemidji’s electric light plant. Two lady teachers resided at the 1930s Parker & Mangelsdorf House, also known for its large, informal gardens. Birchmont Drive displays two art deco classics built in 1937, one with a semicircular glass projection, is located at Bemidji State University, the only lakeshore campus in the state with architecture dating back to 1919. Located about midway between Minneapolis/ St. Paul to the south and Winnipeg, Canada to the north, Bemidji has easy access by air, motor carrier, and automobile to metropolitan areas and international airports.

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This is Bemidji State University.............................................................................................. Goals Bemidji State’s vision - Shaping Potential, Shaping Worlds reflects the opportunities that approximately 5,000 students have each year at BSU to expand their talents and skill and to use their abilities in making an impact within their personnal, professional, community and global spheres. It also exemplifies Bemidji State’s role in shaping students’ interests and talents while preparing them for the future. History Bemidji State began as a state Normal school in 1919, became a leading teachers’ college in the region, and achieved University status in 1975. Currently, BSU recognizes over 40,000 alumni. Academic Programs The only baccalaureate institution in northern Minnesota, Bemidji State offers over 70 major fields of study housed in one of three major colleges: College of Arts & Sciences, College of

Health Sciences and Human Ecology and College Three (as-yetunnamed: name to be determined by Sept. 15). Quality education is a priority at BSU, as many programs have earned national acclaim. The accounting program ranks among the nation’s Top 10 in preparing students for the CPA examination, and scientific research has gained national exposure in a variety of fields. Students / Faculty While more than 86 percent of Bemidji State students come from Minnesota, the University attracts a broad and diverse student body from 35 states adn 35 foreign nations. Through teaching and and informed attention to the educational needs of students, the University seeks to instill the spark of openness and commitment for lifelong learning. In fact, many BSU faculty members continue to pursue knowledge as specialists and educators in their fields. Location Bemidji State University lies in the heart of the city of Bemidji, midway between Minneapolis/St. Paul and Winnipeg, deep within Minnesota’s lakes and forest region. With stands of pine, oak and birch reflecting the nearby presence of the northern woods, the east side of campus lines the shores of Lake Bemidji. The city of Bemidji, which serves a population of approximately 40,000, provides a regional focus for educational, business and medical services. Entertainment and activities include lively downtown Bemidji, shopping malls, theatre, art, downhill and cross country skiing and various forms of water recreation. Facilities The modern campus spans 89 acres on the shores of Lake Bemidji, including the renovated Physical Education Complex which houses the John S. Glas Fieldhouse, host to several NCAA Championships. The BSU Gymnasium hosts the basketball and volleyball events, and a 3,000 square foot weight room, human performance laboratory, indoor track, and tennis, racquetball and swimming areas complete the complex. Football fans can catch a spectacular view of Lake Bemidji through the east end zone of Chet Anderson Stadium. Financial Aid / Scholarships Eighty-two percent of students at Bemidji State receive some form of financial assistance. Over $16 million was awarded last year to students, including $6 million in grants and scholarships. Internships Each year, students complete internships with the NASA space program in Houston, Texas, Disneyland, Compaq, Rubbermaid and a host of architectural firms.

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BSU Athletic Facilities

Chet Anderson Stadium is home to BSU’s football and outdoor track and field programs. It is one of just three collegiate football stadiums in the nation with a lakeside setting.

BSU Baseball Field plays host to the Beaver baseball program in the spring. The stadium grandstand was completed for the 2002 season and the facility underwent a $170,000 renovation project including the installation of new dugouts and a FairPaly electronic LED scoreboard in 2007.

BSU Gymnasium is the home of BSU’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball programs. BSU’s men and women each won a home-court first-round NSIC playoff game in 2004.

Bemidji State’s softball program plays its home contests at the BSU Softball Field, adjacent to the baseball field. In the spring of 2008, the school unveiled a new permanent scoreboard at the facility.

John S. Glas Fieldhouse is the legendary home of BSU’s men’s and women’s ice hockey programs. BSU’s men have won five national championships in the building.

The BSU indoor track and tennis teams make their home in the Gillett Recreation/ Fitness Center. One of the finest indoor facilities in the region, the center also serves as the campus recreational center.

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Beaver Pride...........................................................................................................................................

Help Fill a Piece of the Puzzle Support BSU Student-Athlete Scholarships Join Beaver Pride Call (218) 755-2827 http://www.gobeaverpride.org Beaver Pride 1500 Birchmont Drive NE David Park House Bemidji, MN 56601

Lisa Hofstad Phone: (218) 755-2872 e-mail: lhofstad@bemidjistate.edu Wray Wright Phone: (218) 755-2872 e-mail: wrwright@bemidjistate.edu

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Internet Services Bemidji State provides extensive Internet information resources for those covering BSU volleyball and its other athletic programs. The BSU athletics web site contains schedules, rosters, updated statistics and some historical information from previous seasons. Print-quality photos of BSU players and coaches are also available for download. BSU’s weekly game-notes package is completed and made available on-line Tuesday afternoons during the season, following the release of national statistics by the NCAA. BSU’s game notes are in Adobe PDF format and will be distributed via electronic means only (e-mail or web). Due to the size of the release, it will not be regularly distributed via fax. Official BSU athletics web site: • http://info.bemidjistate.edu/sports Additionally, information on Bemidji State volleyball is available on other reputable web sites which cover college volleyball: • http://www.avca.org Game-Day Services Gameday packages containing programs, game notes and other information will be available on press row prior to all home contests. Final statistics include an official NCAA box score, game summary, individual and team statistics. Game notes and quotes from coaches and selected players will also be available. Telephone, copier and fax services are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Credentials / Pass List Season credentials will be issued to all media covering the Beavers on a regular basis. For single-game passes and credentials, contact the BSU sports information office no less than 24 hours before the scheduled starting time of the event. Credential requests must be submitted via fax on official letterhead. Credentials will be issued only to representatives of an accredited media outlet who will be working in an official capacity to cover a BSU athletic event. No credentials will be issued to friends, spouses, children or other family members. Credentials remain the property of Bemidji State University and may be revoked at any time. Interview Policies All player interviews outside of post-game and practice time must be arranged through the BSU sports information office. For interviews with coaches, contact the sports information office at (218) 755-2763. By NCAA rule, no player interviews will be available on gameday until the conclusion of that day’s contest. Contact the sports information office with questions or for assistance. Directions Highway 2 passes through Bemidji east-west, and Highway 71 is the main north-south thoroughfare. Each leads to Bemidji Avenue/Paul Bunyan Drive. Follow Bemidji Avenue / Paul Bunyan Drive to 19th Street, turn right; BSU Gymnasium and the John Glas Fieldhouse are on right one block ahead.

NCAA Rules and Compliance

Who Are Boosters? You are considered a booster or a representative of Bemidji State University Athletics interests if you: • Participated in or are currently a member of any athletics department booster group, including Beaver Pride • Have made a donation to the athletic program • Have assisted or been asked to assist with recruiting of prospective student athletes • Have assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student athletes or families • Have helped to promote BSU athletics or BSU athletic interests in any way Once a person has become identified as a booster to BSU they retain that identity indefinitely even if they no longer support the athletics program.

Who Are Prospective Student-Athletes? The NCAA defines a “prospect” as anyone who has started classes for the ninth grade. In addition, a student who has not started classes for the ninth grade becomes a prospect, if the institution provides any financial assistance or other benefits not provided to any prospective student.

What Are Permissible Activities by Boosters? The following are activities that BSU boosters can participate in: • May attend events such as contests or banquets where prospects are present so long as the booster is there on their own initiative. Boosters are NOT able to contact prospects or prospect’s relatives at such events. • Boosters can inform BSU coaches of prospects in their area by contacting the BSU staff and/ or sending newspaper clippings about the prospect. • Boosters may arrange employment for prospects. Prospects may not start the job until after completion of their senior year in high school, and compensation must be based on actual work performed at a normal rate. • Boosters can continue to establish family relationships with friends and neighbors. Contacts with prospects are permitted as long as they are NOT for recruiting purposes and are NOT initiated by BSU staff members.

What is a Contact and what is Considered Recruiting? A contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect or their parents/guardians and a BSU staff member or athletics representative (booster) during which dialogue occurs in excess of a greeting. Recruiting is any solicitation of a prospect or the prospect’s relatives by a BSU staff member or athletics representative (booster) for the purpose of securing the prospect’s enrollment and eventual participation in the BSU intercollegiate athletics program.

BSU Rules Compliance BSU Athletics Compliance Office 1500 Birchmont Drive NE, Box 29 Bemidji, MN 56601 Compliance officer: phone: fax: e-mail: Graduate assistant: phone: e-mail:

Sarah Levesque (218) 755-2142 (218) 755-3898 slevesque@bemidjistate.edu Sara Anderson (218) 755-2142 slanderson@bemidjistate.edu

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BSU Media Outlets............................................................................................................................. Local Print

Regional Print

• The Northern Student............. (218) 755-2987 Phone/Fax ...............(218) 755-3757 or 2913 Bemidji State University Bemidji, MN 56601

• Fargo Forum .......................... (701) 235-7311 Fax ...................................... (701) 241-5487 e-mail.................. sports@forumcomm.com 101 5th Street North; Fargo, ND 58102 http://www.in-forum.com Contact:.........Brian Peterson (Sports Editor)

• Bemidji Pioneer..................... (218) 751-3740 Fax ...................................... (218) 751-6914 1320 Washington Ave, SE Bemidji, MN 56601 http://www.bemidjipioneer.com Jim Carrington...sports@bemidjipioneer.com John McRae... jmcrae@bemidjipioneer.com Eric Stromgren..estromgren@bemidjipioneer.com

Local Television

• KAWE/KAWB-TV.................... (218) 751-0085 Toll-free . ............................. (800) 292-0922 Fax .......... (218) 759-0460 or (800) 861-7544 Lakeland News Bemidji State University, Box 9 Bemidji, MN 56601 Dennis Weimann................... News Director Nicole Darin............ sports@lakelandptv.org • KBSU TV-17............................. (218) 755-2402 Bemidji State University Bemidji, MN 56601 Scott Williams..............scottw1000@charter.net

Local Radio

• KKBJ 1360 Talk Radio ............. (218) 751-7777 Fax ...................................... (218) 759-0658 Flagship Network 2115 Washington Ave.; Bemidji, MN 56601 http://www.kkbj.com Brian Schultz (Voice of the Beavers) email................... brian@brian-schultz.com • KBUN 1450 AM....................... (218) 444-1500 Fax....................................... (218) 751-8091 502 Beltrami Avenue Bemidji, MN 56601 Moose Richards.................... sports director e-mail................ moosenb@paulbunyan.net Scott Williams............ scottw1000@charter.net

• Duluth News-Tribune ............ (800) 456-8181 Fax ...................................... (218) 723-5314 424 W. First Street; Duluth, MN 55802 http://www.duluthnews.com Contact . .................................. Jon Nowacki email.................... sports@duluthnews.com

• Grand Forks Herald....... (710) 780-1100, x243 Toll-free . ............................. (800) 477-6572 Fax ...................................... (701) 795-4603 P.O. Box 6008; Grand Forks, ND 58206 http://www.gfherald.com Contact:..... Kevin Fee (kfee@gfherald.com) • Minneapolis Star-Tribune . .... (800) 829-8742 425 Portland Ave.; Minneapolis, MN 55488 http://www.startribune.com Fax ...................................... (612) 673-7774 • St. Paul Pioneer Press............. (612) 228-5516 345 Cedar State; St. Paul, MN 55101 Fax........................................ (612)228-5527

Regional Television

• KVLY-TV (Channel 11, Fargo) Phone ........(701) 237-5211 / (800) 450-5844 Fax: ...................................... (701) 237-5396 P.O. Box 1878; Fargo, ND 58103 • WDIO-TV (Channel 13, Duluth) Phone/Fax.. (218) 727-6865 / 727-2318/4415 10 Observation Road; Duluth, MN 55811 Contact: ............................... Tyler Jacobson

State-Wide Outlets

• Minn. Associated Press . ........ (612) 332-2727 Toll-free . ............................. (800) 552-7250 Fax ...................................... (612) 342-5299 511 11th Avenue S. (404) Minneapolis, MN 55415 • Minn. News Network Radio . .. (612) 321-7211 Toll free ............................... (800) 879-3462 Fax ...................................... (612) 321-7222 100 N 6th Street Suite 476 A Minneapolis, MN 55403 • USA Today Online Edition ..... (800) 872-3410 Fax ...................................... (703) 276-5505 1000 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22229 http://www.usatoday.com

National Outlets • USA Today http://www.usatoday.com

• ESPN http://www.espn.com • College Sports Report http://www.dopke.com Editor:.......................................Brad Dopke e-mail:........................ bdopke@dopke.com • Women’s Basketball Coaches Association http://www.wbca.com • Division II Bulletin http://home.teleport.com/~gsr/

Internet Webcasts • Listen to the Beavers Dot Com www.listentothebeavers.com 3422 Mill St. NE Bemidji, MN 56601

Brian Schultz... brian.schultz@listentothebeavers.com

Kelly Schultz...kelly.schultz@listentothebeavers.com

Television: KBSU TV 17 In 2003, Bemidji State athletics entered a new era of media coverage, partnering with Charter Communications to provide live coverage for up to 50 BSU sporting events each year exclusively to Bemidji-area customers on Charter cable systems. KBSU, Bemidji State’s campus television station, will continue its long standing tradition of producing BSU athletics events. In addition to the full home schedule of BSU men’s hockey, KBSU will also produce BSU’s full

schedule of home football games, most home women’s hockey games and a selection of men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball games giving BSU unparalleled media coverage for its intercollegiate programs. Local radio personality Scott Williams, recognized as one of the region’s pre-eminant on-air talents, handles play-by-play duties for all KBSU-produced television broadcasts.

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DR. JON QUISTGAARD President, Bemidji State University University of Arizona (1970)

Dr. Jon E. Quistgaard became the ninth president of Bemidji State University in August, 2001. The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees named him to the position in late May, 2001 following a national search. A member of the BSU community for 23 years, he had served since 1997 as the vice president for academic and student affairs. As the chief academic officer of the institution, he was responsible for academic programming in three colleges, integrative studies,

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distance learning, academic services, international student services, counseling, career services, the American Indian Resource Center, and student development programs. Quistgaard began his association with BSU in 1979 as an admissions representative. He became the director of admissions and advising in 1980; was named the dean of undergraduate admissions and graduate studies in 1988; served as acting vice president for academic and student affairs from 1993-94; and was the associate vice president for academic affairs and dean of academic services from 1994-1997. Quistgaard is an active presenter on the national level in the areas of continuous quality improvement, challenges in higher education, planning, assessment models, and transforming higher education. He received a doctorate in political science from the University of Arizona, where he also earned his master’s and bachelor’s degrees in government.

DR. RICK GOEB Director of Athletics

North Dakota State University (1989)

A new era in Bemidji State University athletics began July 13, 2001 when Dr. Rick Goeb was named BSU‘s first fulltime director of intercollegiate athletics. Goeb directs a 17-sport varsity athletics program at BSU with NCAA Division I men’s and women’s ice hockey and 15 Division II sports. Beaver athletics has undergone dramatic changes in Goeb’s tenure, having seen more than a dozen positions created or filled with new hires - including head coaches for women’s hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, soccer, softball, baseball, women’s golf, tennis and volleyball - and the hiring of BSU’s first full-time athletics fundraiser. In Goeb’s five years overseeing BSU athletics, the program has entered one of the best all-around eras in the program’s history. Men’s ice hockey has won two College Hockey America regular-season titles, two tournament titles and made its first Division I NCAA Tournament appearance; men’s basketball won its first NSIC Championship in decades, advanced to its first-ever NCAA Tournament and has hosted first-round NSIC playoff games each of the last four years; women’s basketball hosted and won its first-ever NSIC playoff game; indoor track won its first-ever NSIC Championship; men’s and women’s golf have made NCAA regional

BRAD FOLKESTAD

Director of Athletic Media Relations Bemidji State University (2001)

Brad Folkestad is in his seventh year in the Sports Information office at Bemidji State. As Director of Athletic Media Relations he oversees all publicity and media relations operations for BSU’s 17-sport athletics department, and directly handles the university’s football, men’s hockey, golf and track and field programs. Entering his ninth year in the athletic media relations field, Folkestad was promoted to the Director post in the spring of 2007. Folkestad has spent six years of professional career at BSU. Starting with a two-year stint as a graduate assistant in 2002, he returned as the Assistant SID in the fall of 2004 after a one-

appearances with both full teams and individual performers. BSU athletics has also assembled a strong academic reputation under Goeb’s leadership. Men’s hockey has set a CHA single-season record for number of Academic All-CHA performers three times and produced the 2005 CHA StudentAthlete of the Year; women’s ice hockey posted three consecutive WCHA StudentAthletes of the Year from 2002-04; and nearly two dozen BSU student-athletes have been recognized on the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V Team with four Academic All-America honorees. Goeb came to Bemidji State after six years as senior associate athletics director at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks. At Fairbanks, Goeb served as NCAA compliance officer, monitored academic eligibility and acted as the liaison for booster clubs. Prior to his position at Fairbanks, Goeb spent two years as an administrator at North Dakota. Goeb also served as the head wrestling coach at St. Cloud State from 1990-93 when he was an instructor in physical education and a facility coordinator; was the strength and conditioning coach at Northern Colorado from 1989-’90; and served as an assistant wrestling coach at North Dakota State from 1988-’89. Originally from Anoka, Minn., Goeb received his undergraduate degree at North Dakota State, where he was also a Division II national wrestling champion. Goeb earned his master’s from Northern Colorado and doctorate from North Dakota. He and his wife Carol have two daughters, Amber and Anne and a son, Jordan.

year assignment in the same capacity at the University of Minnesota Duluth. In addition to serving as the men’s and women’s basketball contact during each of the first four years in the business, Folkestad’s interests and experience in collegiate basketball run deep. He has volunteered at numerous conference, regional and national tournaments including the 2003 and 2006 NCAA Division I Men’s Midwest Regional Tournament in Minneapolis, Minn., the 2005 NCAA Division II Elite Eight in Grand Forks, N.D. at the 2003 NCAA Division II Women’s Frozen Four. He is an active member of the College Sports Information Directors of America and has been recognized for excellence in publications on a number of occasions including a Ninth in the Nation finish for his 2005 BSU Volleyball Media Guide. Folkestad, 30, received his bachelor’s degree in communication from BSU in 2001 and continues to work toward a master’s degree in sports studies. He resides in Bemidji, Minn. with his wife Lisa and their five children Tim,

Nicole, Carly, Mackenna and Baylor.

BSU ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF

Director Brad Folkestad (Bemidji State, 2001) football, men’s hockey (218) 755-4603 bfolkestad@bemidjistate.edu Assistant Director Troy Berneking (Minn.-Crookston, 2004) volleyball, men’s & women’s basketball (218) 755-2763 tberneking@bemidjistate.edu Graduate Assistant Cedrique Flemming (Kansas State, 2007) soccer, women’s ice hockey, softball (218) 755-2763 cflemming@bemidjistate.edu Student Interns Student Interns Kellen Noga - 1st year Jordan Buckley Garrett Kollin - 1st year TimTim Evans Evans - 2nd year Alayna Skibness Alayna Skibness - 2nd year Eric Story - 2nd year Eric Story

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Bemidji State Staff Directory....................................................................................................

Dr. Rick Goeb Director of Athletics

Sarah Levesque Associate Athletic Dir. Compliance/SWA

Bill Crews Head Athletic Trainer

Brad Folkestad Director of Athletic Media Relations

Vance Balstad Equipment Manager

Justin Enfield Equipment Manager

Deb Slough Office Manager

Laurie Bitter Head Volleyball Coach

Jeff Tesch Head Coach Football

Tom Serratore Head Coach Men’s Ice Hockey

Steve Sertich Head Coach Women’s Ice Hockey

Matt Bowen Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Mike Curfman Head Coach Women’s Basketball

Jim Stone Head Coach Soccer

Craig Hougen Head Coach Track & Field/XC

Don Niskanen Head Coach Men’s Golf

Krissi Super Head Coach Women’s Golf

TBA Toby Palmiscno Head Coach Coach Head Tennis Tennis

Tim Bellew Head Coach Baseball

Jeremy Popp Head Coach Softball

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Jeff Tesch; HC, Football 755-2772 jtesch Rich Jahner, Assoc. HC, Football 755-3785 rjahner Brent Bolte, Ass’t Football Coach 755-2768 bbolte jpopp Eric Medberry, Ass’t Football Coach 755-3770 emedberry Matt Bowen; HC, Men’s Basketball 755-2774 mbowen All numbers area code (218); e-mail suffix @bemidjistate.edu Jeremy Tiers, Ass’t MBB Coach 755-2323 jtiers ..............................................................................................................................................................

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