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Numerical and Alphabetical Rosters

Numerical No. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

1

Lindsey Weyer

OH

5-9

So.

Loyal, Wis. (Loyal HS)

2

Heather Sampson

OH

6-0

So.

Brooklyn Park, Minn. (Champlin Park HS)

3

Brie Groskreutz

OH

5-7

Jr.

Reedsburg, Wis. (Reedsburg Area HS)

4

Laura Slinger

Libero 5-9

Fr.

Fairbult, Minn. (Bethlehem Academy HS)

5

Erikka Korpi

MB/LS 6-1

Fr.

Maple Grove, Minn. (Maple Grove HS)

6

Nicole Olson

MB

6-0

So.

Baudette, Minn. (Lake of the Woods HS)

7

Courtney Bitter

S

5-6

Fr.

Bemidji, Minn. (Bemidji HS)

8

Hannah Eilers

OH

5-9

Fr.

Little Fork, Minn. (Little Fork-Big Falls HS)

9

Kimberley Hacker MB/RS 6-2

Fr.

Hutchinson, Minn. (Hutchinson HS)

10

Jessi-Beth McCannell Libero 5-7

Fr.

Brandon, Manitoba (Neelin HS)

11

Jennifer Janckila

MB

Sr.

Appleton, Wis. (Appleton HS)

12

Laura Vonasek

Libero 5-1

Jr.

East Grand Forks,Minn.(East Grand Forks HS)

13

Allison Kunde

S

5-9

Jr.

Burnsville, Minn. (Apple Valley HS)

14

Melissa McNeely

OH

5-10

Fr.

Burnsville, Minn. (Lakeville HS)

5-11

Hometown (Last School)

Alphabetical No. Name 7

Courtney Bitter

S

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

Hometown (Last School)

8

Hannah Eilers

OH

5-9

Fr.

Little Fork, Minn. (Little Fork-Big Falls HS)

3

Brie Groskreutz

OH

5-7

Jr.

Reedsburg, Wis. (Reedsburg Area HS)

9

Kimberley Hacker MB/RS 6-2

Fr.

Hutchinson, Minn. (Hutchinson HS)

11

Jennifer Janckila

MB

Sr.

Appleton, Wis. (Appleton HS)

5

Erikka Korpi

MB/LS 6-1

Fr.

Maple Grove, Minn. (Maple Grove HS)

13

Allison Kunde

S

5-9

Jr.

Burnsville, Minn. (Apple Valley HS)

10

Jessi-Beth McCannell Libero 5-7

Fr.

Brandon, Manitoba (Neelin HS)

14

Melissa McNeely

OH

5-10

Fr.

Burnsville, Minn. (Lakeville HS)

6

Nicole Olson

MB

6-0

So.

Baudette, Minn. (Lake of the Woods HS)

2

Heather Sampson

OH

6-0

So.

Brooklyn Park, Minn. (Champlin Park HS)

4

Laura Slinger

Libero 5-9

Fr.

Fairbult, Minn. (Bethlehem Academy HS)

12

LauraVonasek

Libero

5-1

Jr.

East Grand Forks,Minn.(East Grand Forks HS)

1

Lindsey Weyer

OH

5-9

So.

Loyal, Wis. (Loyal HS)

5-6

5-11

Fr.

Bemidji, Minn. (Bemidji HS)

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Laurie Bitter (MSU Moorhead ‘89) Graduate Assistant Coach: Richelle Richardson (Iowa State ‘87) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Todd Frauenholtz (St. Cloud State ‘93)

Pronunciation Guide

Todd Frauenholtz................................................................................ FROW-in-holtz Brie GROSKREUTZ...................................................................................GROSS-Crutes Lindsey WEYER.............................................................................................. WEIGH-er

By Class SENIORS (1) Janckila JUNIORS (3) Groskreutz, Kunde, Vonasek SOPHOMORES (3) Olson, Sampson, Weyer FRESHMEN (7) Bitter, Eilers, Hacker, Korpi, McCannell, McNeely, Slinger By State/Country UNITED STATES (13) Canada (1) Manitoba (1) Jessi-Beth McCannell (Brandon) MINNESOTA (10) Courtney Bitther (Bemidji) Hannah Eilers (Little Fork) Kimberley Hacker (Hutchinson) Erikka Korpi (Maple Grove) Allison Kunde (Burnsville) Melissa McNeely (Burnsville) Nicole Olson (Baudette) Heather Sampson (Brooklyn Park) Laura Slinger (Fairbault) Laura Vonasek (East Grand Forks) WISCONSIN (3) Brie Groskreutz (Reedsburg) Jennifer Janckila (Appleton) Lindsey Weyer (Loyal) By Height Kimberley Hacker 6-2 Erikka Korpi 6-1 Nicole Olson 6-0 Heather Sampson 6-0 Jennifer Janckila 5-11 Melissa McNeely 5-10 Hannah Eilers 5-9 Allison Kunde 5-9 Laura Slinger 5-9 Lindsey Weyer 5-9 Brie Groskreutz 5-7 Jessi-Beth McCannell 5-7 Courtney Bitter 5-6 Laura Vonasek 5-1

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Middle Blocker w Senior w 5-11 Appleton, Wis. w Previous School: Appleton West HS

Junior Season (2007): Played in 74 games last fall for the Beavers...recorded 86 kills (1.16) to rank fifth on the team last fall...Her 0.76 blocks per game was good for third among her teammates...set a new career-high in attack attempts with 43 vs. St. Cloud State on Oct. 9, 2007...Led the Beavers in blocks six times including a season-high five blocks twice last season...was a member of the 2007 NSIC All-Academic team for the second consecutive season. Sophomore Season (2006): Participated in 102 games, fifth among her teammates...Posted 187 kills (1.83) to rank third on the team...Her 0.83 blocks per game was good for first among her teammates...recorded a new career high in blocks in a match with six in the NSIC tournament against Concordia-St. Paul on (11/2/06)...was third on the team in attack percentage with .130, recording a career high attack percentage of .591 on 8/26/06 at New Mexico Highlands... led the team 21 times in the block category...Recorded a

career high in attempts with 42 against the University of Mary (9/26/06). Freshman Season (2005): Played in more games than any freshman on the roster with 89...Posted 139 kills (1.56 k/g) to rank fourth on the team...Her 0.52 blocks per game was good for third among her teammates...led the Beavers in kills on four occasions including a 14-kill performance versus St. Cloud State (10/25) that doubles as her career mark...Finished 2005 fourth on the team in hitting at .107... Hit nearly .200 on BSU’s home court...Was second among her teammates with 23 blocks (0.64 b/g) in the BSU Gymnasium, which included a career-best five-blocks (3bs-2bs) versus North Dakota (9/27). At Appleton West High School: A two-time volleyball letterwinner at Appleton West High School...Was named as her high school team’s Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior...Also garnered All-Conference accolades each season...Played her club volleyball for Fox Cities Elite 18-1. Personal: Born October 14, 1986 in Robbinsdale, Minn... Daughter of Tom and Nancy Janckila...Is interested in nursing as a major.

Janckila’s Career Stats K 139 187 86 412

KPG E TA PCT. 1.56 93 429 .107 1.83 109 601 .130 1.16 53 341 .097 1.52 255 1371 .111

A SA Digs DPG 5 16 32 0.36 13 21 59 0.58 4 30 31 0.42 22 67 122 0.45

BS BA TOT BPG 9 37 46 0.52 22 63 85 0.83 12 44 56 0.76 43 144 187 0.70

Brie Groskreutz

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Outside Hitter w Junior w 5-7 Reedsburg, Wis. w Previous School: Reedsburg HS

Junior Season (2008): Will be looked upon to be a defensive leader for the Beavers while providing some offensive punch in the front row. Sophomore Season (2007): Played in 95 of 96 games, which was tied for second among her teammates...she led the team with 455 (4.79 d/g) digs, which was the most digs in a season by a Beaver player since 1989 when Mary Gergen recorded 440 digs...she was the first player since 2001 to notch three consecutive 30-plus dig matches...Was fourth on the team in kills with 209 (2.20 k/g)...second on the team in total attacks with 757...led the team 16 times in digs including a careerhigh 33-dig performance at St. Cloud State (9/11/07)... led BSU with nine 20-dig matches...recorded a career-high .429 (15-3-28) hitting percentage at Minnesota, Crookston (11/3/07)...recorded a career-high four blocks (1-3) at Concordia College (9/1/07)...led BSU with 10 doubledoubles...was named the NSIC’s Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 10, 2007...she was the first BSU player to receive NSIC Player of the Week honors since Nov. 1, 2004. Freshman Season (2006): Played in 84 games, which was second most among freshmen...Posted 157 kills (1.87 k/g) to rank fourth on the team...Her 343 digs was good enough for

second among her teammates (4.08 d/g)...led the team five times in digs including a 27-dig performance at the University of Mary (9/26)...She recorded 62 total attacks versus the University of Mary on (9/26/06)...Finished fifth in hitting percentage at .096... Recorded 5 aces in a game against Concordia-College (9/2/06), five aces was tied for the most in a match among her teammates... finished the season with 4 double-doubles. At Reedsburg Area High School: A four-year varsity player at Reedsburg Area High School, Groskreutz led her team to a Badger North Conference Championship and the regional finals...a captain her senior year, she led the team in kills (402) and digs (319) on her way to being selected as the team’s Most Valuable Player and Best Offensive Player...was named to the AllState Team and was a member of the Wisconsin All-Star team... She plays club volleyball for Wisconsin Power Club Volleyball... As a prep she has also been active in basketball and softball... Groskreutz also excels in the classroom...She is a member of the National Honor Society...She will have five years to play four. Personal: Born in Rochester, Minn. on October 30, 1987...She is the daughter of Joel and Brenda Groskreutz...She is pursuing a community health degree.

Groskreutz’s Career Stats YR GP 2006 84 2007 95 Total 179

K 157 209 366

KPG E TA PCT. 1.87 94 655 .096 2.20 119 757 .119 2.04 213 1412 .108

A SA 30 21 15 24 45 45

Digs DPG 343 4.08 455 4.79 798 4.44

BS 0 3 3

BA TOT BPG 8 8 0.10 24 27 0.28 32 35 0.19

Janckila’s Career Highs Kills: 14 - 2 times, last time at New Mexico Highlands (8/26/06) Attack %: .591 (14-1-22) at New Mexico Highlands (8/26/06) Attempts: 43 vs. St Cloud State (10/9/07) Digs: 6 at North Dakota (9/30/06) Blocks: 6 (3-3) at Concordia-St. Paul (11/2/06) Aces: 3 - 3 times, last times vs. Valley City State (9/1/06) Assists: 3 - 2 times, last time at Concordia-Moorhead (9/2/06)

Janckila’s Career Notables 2006 NSIC All-Academic Team 2007 NSIC All-Academic Team

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Senior Season (2008): Returns as the Beavers lone senior on the roster...will look to help anchor the middle blocker position as she has recorded 0.70 blocks per game during her first three seasons with BSU.

YR GP 2005 89 2006 102 2007 74 Total 265

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Groskreutz Career Highs Kills: 16 - 2 times, last time at North Dakota (10/30/07) Attack %: .429 (15-3-28) at UM-Crookston (11/3/07) Attempts: 62 at University of Mary (9/22/06) Digs: 33 at St. Cloud State (9/11/07) Blocks: 4 (1-3) at Concordia College (9/1/07) Aces: 5 vs. Concordia-College (9/2/06) Assists: 5 vs. New Mexico Highlands (8/26/06).

Groskreutz Career Notables

First player to record 30-plus digs in three consecutive matches. NSIC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 10, 2007)

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Allison Kunde

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Setter w Junior w 5-9 Burnsville, Minn. w Previous School: Apple Valley HS Junior Season (2008): Will compete for the starting setter position and will be looked to bring an outstanding service game and defensive game to the back court. Sophomore Season (2007): One of three players to play in 90-plus games, tying for second with 95 games played... was second on the team with 503 (5.29 a/g) set assists...led the Beavers 11 times in assists including a career-high 41 at Northern State (9/7/07)...finished sixth on the team with 174 (1.83 d/g) digs...She accumulated 33 kills (0.38 k/g) which helped her garner the second best hitting percentage among her teammates at .232...notched 17 service aces which was good for fourth on the team...recorded two double-doubles... was a member of the 2007 NSIC All-Academic team for the first time in her career.

Kunde’s Career Highs Kills: 9 vs. Upper Iowa (10/6/06) Attack %: .667 (4-0-6) vs. Minnesota-Duluth (10/3/06) Attempts: 22 vs. Upper Iowa (10/6/06) Digs: 28 at University of Mary (9/22/06) Blocks: 3 (0-3) at North Dakota (9/30/06) Aces: 3 at St. Cloud State (9/11/07) Assists: 41 at Northern State (9/7/07)

Kunde’s Career Notables 2007 NSIC All-Academic Team

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Freshman Season (2006): Played in more games than any freshman on the roster with 110, which was also second most among her teammates...second on the team in assists with 99 (0.90 a/g)...Finished fifth on the team in digs with 278 and recorded a career high in digs with 28 against the University of Mary on Sept. 28, 2006...She accumulated 38 kills (0.35 k/g), which helped her garner the top hitting percentage among her teammates at .190...She also recorded 27 aces which was most among her teammates...Kunde recorded one

double-double versus St. Scholastica on Sept. 2, 2006. At Apple Valley High School: A decorated setter from Apple Valley High School, Kunde brings size to the middle of the BSU offense....While at Apple Valley High she was named as her team’s Most Valuable Player and team captain...at the conclusion of her senior campaign she also earned all-conference and allstate accolades...She was named Second Team All-Metro by the Minneapolis Star Tribune and Third Team All-Metro by the St. Paul Pioneer Press...After her prep career had concluded, Kunde traveled to Europe with Team Bring it USA...While across the Atlantic she set for her teammates as they played teams from all over Europe including teams from Germany, Italy and the Czech Republic...Played Club Volleyball for Northern Lights for the past six years--the same club program Brittney Burns and Brittney Carlson came through...An excellent student, she has earned Academic All-State status and is a member of the National Honor Society...Will have five years to play four. Personal: Born to David and Jill Kunde February 2, 1988 in Rochester, N.Y...Is a business major.

Kunde’s Career Stats YR GP 2006 110 2007 95 Total 205

K 38 33 71

KPG 0.35 0.35 0.35

E TA PCT. A SA 14 126 .190 99 27 10 99 .232 503 17 24 225 .171 602 44

Digs DPG 278 2.53 174 1.83 452 2.18

BS 0 2 2

Laura Vonasek

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Libero/Defensive Specialist w Junior w 5-1 East Grand Forks, Minn. w Previous School: East Grand Forks HS Junior Season (2008): Will compete for the starting Libero position and will be looked to sure up the back row with her defensive abilities. Sophomore Season (2007): One of ten players to appear in over sixty games, seeing time in 63 games...was fifth among her teammates with 178 digs (2.83 d/g)...was fifth among her teammates with 15 ace serves (0.24 a/g)...notched seven set assists...led the Beavers in the dig category three times, including a career-high 22 digs at Upper Iowa (9/22/07)... was one of three Beavers players to earn a spot on the 2007 NSIC All-Academic Team.

BA TOT BPG 12 12 0.11 9 11 0.12 21 23 0.12

At East Grand Forks High School: An All-Conference defensive specialist at East Grand Forks High School...Was awarded the Hardest Working Player and Most Valuable Defensive Player awards as a prep...Holds the East Grand Forks High School record for most digs in a match recording 41 during a contest l...Was a two-year starter for the Green Wave...also excels in the classroom...Will be the shortest player ever to play volleyball at BSU...She also enjoys figure skating...Will have five years to play four. Personal: Is the daughter of Ronald and Genny Vonasek...Born April 28, 1988 in Grand Forks, N.D....She is majoring in graphic design.

Freshman Season (2006): Appeared in 50 games...recorded 87 digs (1.74 d/g) and set a career high in digs with 17 vs. Winona State on Oct. 7, 2006...finished her freshman campaign with four service aces along with three kills and two blocks...

Vonasek’s Career Highs

Vonasek’s Career Stats

Kills: 1 - 4 times, last time vs. MSU Moorhead (9/15/07) Attack %: .333 (1-0-3) vs. Dallas Baptist (8/25/06) Attempts: 3 vs. Dallas Baptist (8/25/06) Digs: 22 at Upper Iowa Univ. (9/22/07) Blocks: 2 (0-2) vs. West Texas A & M (8/26/06) Aces: 2 - 6 times, last time vs. Wayne State (Neb.) (10/6/06) Assists: 2 - 3 times, last time at Minnesota Duluth (10/23/07)

YR GP 2006 50 2007 63 Total 113

K 3 1 4

KPG 0.06 0.02 0.04

E TA PCT. 2 10 .100 2 8 -.125 4 18 -.012

A SA Digs DPG 31 0.40 87 1.74 7 0.11 178 2.83 38 0.26 265 2.29

BS 0 0 0

BA TOT BPG 2 2 0.04 0 0 0.00 2 2 0.02

Vonasek’s Career Notables 2007 NSIC All-Academic Team

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Outside Hitter w Sophomore w 5-9 Loyal, Wis. w Previous School: Loyal HS

Sophomore Season (2008): Will look to contribute from the outside hitter position for the Beavers. Freshman Season (2007): Saw time in 41 games for the Beavers during her freshman campaign...recorded 33 kills (0.80 k/g) including a career-high, eight kills on Oct. 26, 2007 at Wayne State College...notched 14 blocks (1-13) with one service ace and 14 digs during her freshman season. At Loyal High School: Weyer comes to Bemidji State from Loyal High School in Loyal, Wis...She was awarded 10 letters in three sports despite sitting out for the majority of her senior year due to a knee injury...An outside hitter, Weyer garnered First Team All-Eastern Cloverbelt Conference accolades as a sophomore and Second Team laurels as a junior...She helped lead the Greyhounds to a conference championship in 2005... Was an active member of the Central Wisconsin Volleyball Club over the last four years...On the diamond, Weyer started in left field for the 2004 Wisconsin State Tournament qualifying

weyer’s

Career Stats

YR GP 2007 41 Total 41

K 33 33

KPG 0.80 0.80

E TA PCT. 34 173 -.006 34 173 -.006

team and helped lead the Greyhounds to an Eastern Cloverbelt Conference Championship in 2005...She earned four varsity letters in softball...Weyer is as talented in the classroom as she is on the field or court...A member of the Loyal High School Honor Roll, she is graduated ranked third in her senior class... She will have five years to play four. Personal: Is the daughter of Terry and Shirley Weyer...Born June 9, 1989 in Marshfield, Wis....She is majoring in design technology.

Weyer’s Career Highs A SA Digs DPG 4 1 14 0.34 4 1 14 0.34

BS 1 1

BA TOT BPG 13 14 0.34 13 14 0.34

Kills: 8 at Wayne State College (10/26/07) Attack %: .250 - twice last time vs. U-Mary (10/12/07) Attempts: 25 at Wayne State College (10/26/07) Digs: 3 - 3 times, last time at Wayne State College (10/27/07) Blocks: 3 - twice,last time at Minnesota,Crookston (11/3/07) Aces: 1 vs. Valley City State (8/31/07) Assists: 1 - 4 times,last time at Minnesot,Crookston (11/3/07)

Nicole Olson

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Middle Blocker w Sophomore w 6-0 Baudette, Minn. w Previous School: Lake of the Woods HS

Sophomore Season (2008): Will be called upon to lead the Beavers’ offensive attack and provide a strong block at the net for the Beavers. Freshman Season (2007): Appeared in 89 games for the Beavers, the most by any freshman...led BSU with 294 kills (3.30 k/g) and hitting percentage .248...was top among her teammates with 91 blocks (1.02 b/g), eighteen of which were solo and 73 assisted...notched 11 service aces and 81 digs during her freshman campaign...had two 20-kill matches, including a career-high 22 at the University of Mary (9/8/07)... had 15 matches with 10-plus kills...recorded a career-high 10 blocks at Upper Iowa (9/27/07), the first player to record 10-plus blocks in a match since Oct. 16, 2004, when Christa Anderson had 11 blocks...led BSU in kills nine times during the season and in blocks 12 times.

lead the Bears to three consecutive undefeated conference seasons, three North Boarder Conference Championships and consecutive trips to the Minnesota State Volleyball Tournament (2005 and 2006)...In 2005, Olson was the Bears’ top hitter as well as leading the team on the block enroute to the school’s first State Championship in any sport...Earned all-tournament honors...Garnered all-conference accolades in her final two seasons at Lake of the Woods...Played for new BSU head coach Laurie Bitter at Lake of the Woods High School as well as with the Lady Lakers Junior Olympic program...Traveled to Houston, Texas as a member of a 15-U team that qualified for the national tournament and finished 24th out of 65 teams... Also played on the Bears’ girls basketball team. Personal: Born in St. Cloud, Minn. on April 14, 1989...She is the daughter of Damon and Jackie Delvecchio...Is a psychology major.

At Lake of the Woods High School: A three-time volleyball Letter winner at Lake of the Woods High School, Olson helped

Olson’s Career Highs

Olson’s Career Stats YR GP 2007 89 Total 89

K 294 294

KPG E TA PCT. 3.30 117 714 .248 3.30 117 714 .248

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Lindsey Weyer

A SA Digs DPG 5 11 81 0.91 5 11 81 0.91

BS 18 18

BA TOT BPG 73 91 1.02 73 91 1.02

Kills: 22 at U-Mary (9/8/07) Attack %: .667 (12-0-18) vs. Valley City State (8/31/07) Attempts: 44 vs. Wayne State College (10/6/07) Digs: 7 - twice, last time vs. Northern State (10/13/07) Blocks: 10 (1-9) at Upper Iowa (9/27/07) Aces: 3 vs. Valley City State (8/31/07) Assists: 2 at Wayne State College (10/26/07)

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Heather Sampson

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Outside Hitter w Sophomore w 6-0 Brooklyn Park, Minn. w Previous School: Champlin Park HS

Sampson’s Career Highs Kills: 21 at Wayne State College (10/6/07) Attack %: .579 (11-0-19) vs. Valley City State (8/31/07) Attempts: 60 at Northern State (9/7/07) Digs: 6 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/15/07) Blocks: 5 - twice, last time, at Upper Iowa (9/22/07) Aces: None Assists: 5 at St. Cloud State (9/11/07)

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Sophomore Season (2008): Will be called upon to be a steady factor in the Beavers’ offensive attack along with solidifying the BSU block at the net. Freshman Season (2007): Appeared in 76 games, second most as a freshman...was fourth on the team with a .204 attack percentage among her teammates...was fourth on the team with 52 blocks (0.68), which were three solo and 49 assisted...she recorded 38 digs and 21 set assists to round out her freshman season...led the Beavers six times in kills with a career-high 21 kills at Wayne State (10/6/07)...had 12 matches with 10-plus kills...led the BSU blocking attack four times with a career-high five; twice during her freshman season. At Champlin Park High School: A seven-time letter winner at Champlin Park High School, Sampson was a three-sport athlete... On the volleyball court she earned two letters as an outside hitter... She garnered NW Suburban All-Conference laurels in both 2005 and 2006 and was named to the All-State Academic team as a senior...Sampson captained the squad in 2006 and was selected as the team’s Most Valuable Player after posting a team-high in

kills...Was also active on the club circuit playing for Anoka Juniors, Mizuno Minnesota One and Minnesota Selects...A four-time letter winner on the basketball court, she helped lead the Rebels to a class 4A fourth place finish at the 2006 Minnesota State Basketball Tournament...Also participated in track and field at CPHS...In the classroom, Sampson also experienced success...She earned four academic letters and was on the honor roll for four years...Her sister Amy is a junior at the University of Northern Iowa where she is an outside hitter for the NCAA Division I Panthers...Amy averaged 2.66 kills per game in 2006 helping UNI to a 28-8 record and a trip into the second round of the NCAA Tournament...Sampson will have five years to play four. Personal: Is the daughter of John and Dawn Sampson...Born March 10, 1989 in Robbinsdale, Minn....She is planning to major in nursing.

Sampson’s Career Stats YR GP 2007 76 Total 76

K 237 237

KPG 3.12 3.12

E TA PCT. 95 697 .204 95 697 .204

A SA Digs DPG 21 0 38 0.50 21 0 38 0.50

BS 3 3

BA TOT BPG 49 52 0.68 49 52 0.68

Hannah Eilers

Outside Hitter w Redshirt-Freshman w 5-9 Little Fork, Minn. w Previous School: Little Fork-Big Falls HS

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At Little Fork-Big Falls High School: A three-sport standout at Little Fork-Big Falls High School, Eilers earned four letters in both basketball and volleyball while also participating on the diamond for the Vikings’ fastpitch softball team...As an outside hitter, she helped her high school to consecutive Minnesota State Volleyball Tournaments (2005 and 2006) earning a consolation championship in 2005...A two-time All-Northern Lakes volleyball selection, Eilers was also named to the All-State Team as a senior...Eilers also played on Northern Thunder club team... In addition to her contributions on the court and field, she was active in the Little Fork-Big Falls High School Knowledge Bowl, Annual Staff, Student Council and was a three-year member of the National Honor Society...Eilers will have five years to play four. Personal: Born in Little Fork, Minn. on March 31, 1989...She is the daughter of Mikael and Debbie Eilers...She is planning to major in business.

Eilers’s Career Stats YR GP K KPG 2007 Redshirt

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Bemidji State Volleyball Setter w Freshman w 5-6 Bemidji, Minn. w Previous School: Bemdiji HS

At Bemidji High School: A six time letter winner at Lake of the Woods High School and Bemidji High School she walks away from high school volleyball with numerous records and awards...during her high school career she participated in three Minnesota State High School League class AA tournaments and led Lake of the Woods High School to a 2005 Class AA championship...she was named to the Minnesota State High School League All-Tournament team in 2005 and 2006 while receiving Metro first team in 2006...she is a five time All-Conference selection earning subsection Most Valuable Player two years...the three-time All-State performer broke the Minnesota State setting record and is ranked second in the nation in set assists...she broke the serve ace record two

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times with 17 ace serves and broke the service points record in Minnesota and sits fourth in the nation for service points...she has also been an integral part of the club circuit as she helped bring two Lady Lakers junior teams to the national championship game and as an eighth grader she represented the regional team in nationals...in addition to being on the honor roll throughout her high school career she has also been a member of the National Honor Society for three years. Personal: Born in St. Cloud, Minn. on November 29, 1989...She is the daughter of Curt and head coach Laurie Bitter...She is planning to major in physical therapy.

Kimberly Hacker

Middle Blocker/Right Side w Freshman w 6-2 Hutchinson, Minn. w Previous School: Hutchinson HS

At Hutchinson High SchooL: Was a mainstay on the Hutchinson high school volleyball team...she is a two-time volleyball letter winner...her junior and senior season she helped lead the Tigers to a second place finish in the Missota Conference and 43-9 record during those two seasons...her senior season she was an All-Conference Honorable Mention selection... she also received numerous player of the game awards while at Hutchinson High School...she has been a member of the Northern Lights club team for the last four years where she was a part of the club division championship team in the 2007 Presidents Day Classic in Omaha, Neb...in 2007 her club team was a Big South Qualifier in Atlanta, Ga. where her team took fifth place in the open division...she has also been a consistent

member of the honor roll at Hutchinson High School. Personal: Born in Hutchinson, Minn. on July 16, 1990...She is the daughter of Tim and Laurie Hacker...She is planning to major in graphic design at BSU.

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Courtney Bitter

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Bemidji State University Beavers

Bemidji State University Beavers

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Meet the Beavers

Erikka Korpi

Middle/Left w Freshman w 6-1 Maple Grove, Minn. w Previous School: Maple Grove HS

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At Maple Grove High School: A two-sport athlete at Maple Grove High School, Korpi is a three-time letter winner in volleyball and a two-time letter winner in track and field...a two-time all-conference performer she led her team to a second place finish in section 5AAA in 2007 and was a member of a 2005 team that received Minnesota State Team Academic Award for Class AAA...she is also very active in club volleyball as she was a member of a 2005 team that participated in Nationals in Atlanta, Ga., and was a member of a 2006 team that took third place at Nationals in the open division in Minneapolis, Minn...she has been a consistent member of the “A� honor roll and has received two academic letters. Personal: Born in Robbinsdale, Minn. on October 20, 1989...She is the daughter of Jerald and Lee Ann Korpi...Is planning to major in secondary education, mathmatics at BSU.

Jessi-Beth McCannell

Libero w Freshman w 5-7

Brandon, Manitoba. w Previous School: Neelin HS

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At Neelin High School: McCannell was a three sport athlete at Neelin High School and was part of five championship teams for the Spartans. Her high school volleyball team won three AAA provincial championships while she was also a member of two AAA championship basketball teams. She earned tournament Most Valuable Player during the 2007-08 season and was an Honorable Mention top 10 volleyball player in the Province of Manitoba during her senior season. McCannell has also excelled off the court as she has been a consistent member of the Neelin High School Academic Honor Roll. Her connections to BSU run deep. Her dad, Daryle, played for the BSU hockey team from 1971-72 and was also a member of the Beavers baseball team while her sister Kathryn played volleyball for BSU during the 2003 and 2004 seasons. Personal: Born in Brondon, Manitoba on October 23, 1989...She is the daughter of Daryle and Jane McCannell...Is undecided on a major.

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Bemidji State Volleyball Outside Hitter w Freshman w 5-10 Burnsville, Minn. w Previous School: Lakeville HS

At Lakeville High School: Was a valuable asset to the Lakeville volleyball team...the three time All-Conference selection was voted best offensive player on her varsity team during her junior and senior seasons and was selected team MVP and garnered the most valuable senior award at the conclusion of her senior season...she has participated on the Northern Lights Club volleyball team that posted, 15-1, 16-1, 17-3, and 18-2 records...along with excelling on the volleyball court McNeely also excels in the classroom as she has been a consistent member of the “A� honor roll throughout her high school career, she has also received All-Academic in 2005 and 2006 and was selected to the All-State Academic Team in 2007...in 2005 McNeely was awarded the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence.

nursing at BSU.

Personal: Born in St. Paul, Minn. on August 31, 1990...She is the daughter of Michael and Amy McNeely...will be majoring in

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Laura Slinger

Left Side/Middle w Freshman w 5-9 Faribault, Minn. w Previous School: Bethlehem Academy HS

At Bethlehem Academy High School: A two-sport standout at Bethlehem Academy High School, Slinger has earned a total of four varsity letters, three in volleyball and one in track...she has been a part of two Class A Minnesota State High School Championship teams (2005 and 2007)...she is an All-State performer in volleyball and an All-Conference performer in both volleyball and track...her junior season she led her team in hitting percentage and kills...she has also participated on the Northern Lights Club team for two years where her team qualified for nationals in 2007 with a 17-3 record...along with her volleyball accolades she has shined in track and field as well... in the spring of 2007 Slinger set the Bethlehem Academy High School shot put record in her first season competing in track and field...she has been a consistent member of the academic honor roll and has been on the Academic All-Conference team the last three seasons...she follows in the footsteps of her two older sisters to go on and play collegiate volleyball as her

sister Betty has been a member of the University of WisconsinGreen Bay volleyball team for the past four years and her sister Mary (reigning 2007 NSIC Libero of the Year) is a member of the Concordia-St. Paul volleyball team. Personal: Born in Faribault, Minn. on August 3, 1990...She is the daughter of Ronald and Elsie Slinger...She is planning to major in biology at BSU.

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Melissa McNeely

Bemidji State University Beavers

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Bemidji State Volleyball ........................................................................................................... August 28 Concordia University, St. Paul vs. CSU San Bernadino 7: 30 p.m. August 29 Augustana vs. Eastern New Mexico Mary vs. Michigan Tech Minnesota State vs. Mesa State Concordia University, St. Paul vs. UC San Diego Wayne State (Neb.) vs. Adams State St. Cloud State vs. Pittsburg State MSU Moorhead vs. Northern Michigan Northern State vs. Newman University Winona State vs. Chadron State Minnesota Duluth vs. Wheeling Jesuit Minnesota, Crookston at Nebraska-Omaha Bemidji State vs. Newman University Southwest Minnesota State vs. Lynn Wayne State (Neb.) vs. Mesa State Augustana vs. Missouri Southern State Mary vs. Emporia State MSU Moorhead vs. Rockhurst College Concordia University, St. Paul vs. Lewis Minnesota Duluth vs. Hillsdale Minnesota State vs. Adams State St. Cloud State at Missouri University S & T Minnesota, Crookston vs. Northwest Missouri State Bemidji State vs. Northern State Southwest Minnesota State vs. Nova Southeastern Winona State at Colorado School of Mines

10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:15 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:45 p.m. 4:45 p.m. 4:45 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

August 30 MSU Moorhead vs. Michigan Tech Southwest Minnesota State vs. Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras Concordia University, St. Paul vs. Shippensburg St. Cloud State vs. Southwest Oklahoma State Augustana vs. Rollins Northern State vs. Newman University Minnesota, Crookston vs. Rockhurst Wayne State (Neb.) vs. Western State Minnesota, Duluth vs. Ferris State Southwest Minnesota State vs. Dowling Winona State vs. Adams State Bemidji State vs. Newman University Mary at Nebraska-Omaha MSU Moorhead vs. Northwest Missouri State St. Cloud State vs. University of Missouri-St. Louis Augustana at St. Mary’s Minnesota State vs. Western State Northern State vs. Oregon Institute Technology Minnesota, Crookston vs. Northern Michigan Winona State vs. Mesa State Bemidji State vs. Huntington University Mary vs. Northwest Missouri State Minnesota State vs. Chadron State Wayne State (Neb.) at Colorado School of Mines

9:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:45 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m.

September 1 Wayne State (Neb.) at Chadron State

1:00 p.m.

September 2 Bemidji State at North Dakota

7:00 p.m.

September 3 Wartburg at Upper Iowa

7:00 p.m.

September 5 Mary vs. Truman State Minnesota State at Eckred Concordia University, St. Paul vs. Central Missouri Lake Superior State at Minnesota, Crookston Augustana vs. Grand Valley State Southwest Minnesota State vs. Mesa State Winona State vs. Michigan Tech Wayne State (Neb.) vs. Texas A&M - Commerce Bemidji State vs. Manitoba Augustana at Metro State Winona State vs. Saginaw Valley State Southwest Minnesota State vs. Colorado Springs Manitoba at Minnesota, Crookston Bemidji State vs. South Dakota Mary vs. Incarnate Word Wayne State (Neb.) vs. Rockhurst Minnesota State at Tampa Concordia University, St. Paul at Regis Minnesota Duluth vs. Mesa State

10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

September 6 Bemidji State vs. MSU Moorhead Mary vs. Chadron State Minnesota Duluth vs. Southwest Minnesota State Minnesota State vs. Ferris State Augustana vs. TBA Winona State vs. Lewis Wayne State (Neb.) vs. Missouri A&T Bemidji State vs. Lake Superior State Mary at Nebraska-Kearney Southwest Minnesota State vs. Adams State South Dakota at Minnesota, Crookston Winona State vs. Northern Michigan Minnesota Duluth vs. Colorado-Colorado Springs Minnesota State vs. Colorado State-Pueblo Wayne State (Neb.) vs. Arkansas Tech Concordia University, St. Paul vs. TBA Augustana vs. TBA

10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. TBA TBA

September 8 Upper Iowa at William Penn

7:00 p.m.

September 9 St. Mary’s (Minn.) vs. Winona State

7:00 p.m.

September 11 Northern State at Dickinson State Minnesota, Crookston at North Dakota

6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

September 12 Augustana vs. Alaska-Anchorage Minnesota State vs. Western Washington

9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.

NSIC Composite Schedule

Mary vs. Hawaii-Hilo 1:00 p.m. Southwest Minnesota State vs. Alaska-Anchorage 1:00 p.m. Central Washington at Concordia University, St. Paul 11:00 a.m. Bemidji State vs. Minnesota Duluth 12:00 p.m. Northern State vs. Alaska-Fairbanks 1:00 p.m. Minnesota State vs. New Haven 2:30 p.m. Bemidji State vs. Western Washington 5:00 p.m. Augustana vs. Southwest Minnesota State 5:00 p.m. Northern State at MSU-Billings 5:00 p.m. Mary vs. Alaska-Fairbanks 5:00 p.m. MSU Moorhead vs. Central Missouri 6:00 p.m. Truman State at Concordia University, St. Paul 7:30 p.m. Minnesota Duluth vs. New Haven 7:30 p.m. September 13 Southwest Minnesota State vs. Central Washington Mary vs. Northern State MSU Moorhead vs. Nebraska-Omaha Northern State at Mary Minnesota Duluth vs. Minnesota State Augustana at Concordia University, St. Paul Minnesota, Crookston at South Dakota Mary at MSU-Billings MSU Moorhead vs. Emporia State Southwest Minnesota State vs. Truman State Bemidji State vs. New Haven St. Cloud State at South Dakota Augustana vs. Central Washington Minnesota Duluth vs. Western Washington Minnesota State vs. University of Hawaii-Hilo Northern State vs. University of Hawaii-Hilo Alaska-Anhorage at Concordia University, St. Paul

9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m 3:00 p.m.. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

September 16 sMinnesota State at Augustana 7:00 sSouthwest Minnesota State at Wayne State (Neb.) 7:00 sUpper Iowa at Concordia University, St. Paul 7:00 sNorthern State at Mary 7:00 sMinnesota, Crookston at MSU Moorhead 7:00 sWinona State at St. Cloud State 7:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

sSt. Cloud State at Minnesota Duluth sUpper Iowa at Minnesota State sWinona State at Southwest Minnesota State

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

October 11 sUpper Iowa at Southwest Minnesota State 3:00 p.m. sConcordia University, St. Paul at Minnesota Duluth 4:00 p.m. sSt. Cloud State at Bemidji State 4:00 p.m. sWinona State at Minnesota State 4:00 p.m. sAugustana at Minnesota, Crookston 5:00 p.m. sWayne State (Neb.) at MSU Moorhead TBA October 14 sMSU Moorhead at Northern State sMinnesota, Crookston at Mary

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

October 15 Peru State at Wayne State (Neb.) Augustana at Nebraska-Omaha

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

October 17 sUpper Iowa at Augustana sMinnesota State at Concordia University, St. Paul sWinona State at Wayne State (Neb.) sBemidji State at Northern State sMinnesota Duluth at Mary sSouthwest Minnesota State at St. Cloud State

7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00

October 18 sMinnesota Duluth at Wayne State (Neb.) sWinona State at Augustana sBemidji State at Mary sMinnesota State at St. Cloud State sSouthwest Minnesota State at Concordia University, St. Paul sMSU Moorhead at Minnesota, Crookston sUpper Iowa at Wayne State (Neb.)

3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. TBA

October 10 Upper Iowa at Lewis

7:00 p.m.

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

September 19 sAugustana at Mary sBemidji State at MSU Moorhead sConcordia University, St. Paul at Upper Iowa sWayne State (Neb.) at Northern State sMinnesota Duluth at Minnesota, Crookston sSt. Cloud State at Winona State

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

October 24 sAugustana at Southwest Minnesota State sWayne State (Neb.) at Minnesota State sNorthern State at Concordia University, St. Paul sMary at St. Cloud State sMinnesota, Crookston at Upper Iowa sMSU Moorhead at Winona State

7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

September 20 sAugustana at Northern State sBemidji State at Minnesota, Crookston sMinnesota Duluth at MSU Moorhead sMinnesota State at Southwest Minnesota State sSt. Cloud State at Upper Iowa sConcordia University, St. Paul at Winona State sWayne State (Neb.) at Mary

4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:30 TBA

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

October 25 sMinnesota, Crookston at Winona State 3:00 sAugustana at Minnesota State 4:00 sBemidji State at Minnesota Duluth 4:00 sNorthern State at St. Cloud State 4:00 sMSU Moorhead at Upper Iowa 4:00 sMary at Concordia University, St. Paul 5:00 sWayne State (Neb.) at Southwest Minnesota State TBA

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

September 23 sConcordia University, St. Paul at Soutthwest Minnesota State sNorthern State at Bemidji State sMary at Minnesota Duluth sSt. Cloud State at Minnesota State

7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

September 26 Mount Marty College at Wayne State (Neb.) sMinnesota, Crookston at Concordia University, St. Paul sSouthwest Minnesota State at Northern State sWinona State at Bemidji State sMinnesota State at Mary sUpper Iowa at Minnesota Duluth sMSU Moorhead at St. Cloud State

7:00 p.m 7:00 p.m.. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

October 31 sConcordia University, St. Paul at Augustana sMinnesota State at Bemidji State sSt. Cloud State at Wayne State (Neb.) sNorthern State at MSU Moorhead sMary at Minnesota, Crookston sSouthwest Minnesota State at Minnesota Duluth sUpper Iowa at Winona State

7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

September 27 sSouthwest Minnesota State at Mary sMinnesota State at Northern State sUpper Iowa at Bemidji State sMinnesota, Crookston at St. Cloud State sWinona State at Minnesota Duluth sMSU Moorhead at Concordia University, St. Paul sAugustana at Wayne State (Neb.)

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 TBA

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

3:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 5:00 TBA

November 1 sSt. Cloud State at Augustana sSouthwest Minnesota State at Bemidji State sNorthern State at Minnesota, Crookston sMary at MSU Moorhead sMinnesota State at Minnesota Duluth sConcordia University, St. Paul at Wayne State (Neb.)

September 30 sAugustana at St. Cloud State sWayne State (Neb.) at Concordia University, St. Paul sMinnesota State at Upper Iowa sSouthwest Minnesota State at Winona State

7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

October 3 sBemidji State at Augustana sMinnesota Duluth at Wayne State (Neb.) sNorthern State at Winona State sMary at Upper Iowa sMinnesota, Crookston at Minnesota State sMSU Moorhead at Southwest Minnesota State

7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

October 4 sMary at Winona State sConcordia University, St. Paul at St. Cloud State sBemidji State at Wayne State (Neb.) sMSU Moorhead at Minnesota State sNorthern State at Upper Iowa sMinnesota, Crookston at Southwest Minnesota State sMinnesota Duluth at Augustana

3:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 5:00 5:00 5:30

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

October 7 sMinnesota Duluth at Bemidji State Ashford at Upper Iowa

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

October 8 sMary at Northern State

7:00 p.m.

October 10 sAugustana at MSU Moorhead sConcordia University, St. Paul at Bemidji State sWayne State (Neb.) at Minnesota, Crookston Dickinson State at Northern State

7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

November 4 sMinnesota, Duluth at Concordia University, St. Paul 7:00 p.m. sBemidji State at St. Cloud State 8:00 p.m. November 7 sAugustana at Bemidji State 7:00 sConcordia University, St. Paul at Minnesota, Crookston 7:00 sWayne State (Neb.) at Minnesota Duluth 7:00 sUpper Iowa at Mary 7:00 sSt. Cloud State at MSU Moorhead 7:00 sWayne State (Neb.) at Southwest Minnesota State TBA

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

November 8 sAugustana at Minnesota Duluth sConcordia University, St. Paul at MSU Moorhead sUpper Iowa at Northern State sSt. Cloud State at Minnesota, Crookston sSouthwest Minnesota State at Minnesota State sWinona State at Mary sWayne State (Neb.) at Bemidji State

4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 5:00 TBA

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

November 11 sWayne State (Neb.) at Augustana sMinnesota, Crookston at Southwest Minnesota State sMinnesota State at MSU Moorhead sWinona State at Upper Iowa

7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

November 14 sBemidji State at Winona State sMSU Moorhead at Augustana sMinnesota, Crookston at Wayne State (Neb.) sNorthern State at Minnesota State sMary at Southwest Minnesota State sMinnesota Duluth at Upper Iowa

7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

November 15 sBemidji State at Upper Iowa sMinnesota Duluth at Winona State sSt. Cloud State at Concordia University, St. Paul sMinnesota, Crookston at Augustana sNorthern State at Southwest Minnesota State sMary at Minnesota State sMSU Moorhead at Wayne State (Neb.)

3:00 3:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 TBA

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

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