Beaver Fever Friday – Rumer Flatness – Womens Basketball

SMSU and Sioux Falls travel to Bemidji for first time since 2020

Beavers finish NSIC South action against Mustangs and Cougars

The Bemidji State University Women’s Basketball team welcomes Southwest Minnesota State University and University of Sioux Falls to the BSU Gymnasium for the first time in three years for Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference play. The Beavers open the weekend hosting the Mustangs Friday at 7:30 p.m., followed by 5:30 p.m., against the Cougars, Saturday.

The Series vs Southwest Minnesota State

SMSU leads the all-time series against Bemidji State, 43-33.
The Beavers and Mustangs last met Jan. 22, 2022, with a 70-67 win by BSU in Marshall, Minn.
Bemidji State leads the series when played in Bemidji, Minn., 22-21.
Bemidji State and Southwest Minn. State first met Jan. 1, 1978, a 63-52 win for SMSU.

The Series vs Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls leads the all-time series against Bemidji State, 9-0
The Beavers and Cougars last met Jan. 21, 2022, with a 66-59 win by USF in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Sioux Falls leads the series when played in Bemidji, Minn., 4-0.
Bemidji State and Sioux Falls first met Feb. 2, 2013, 82-70 win for USF.

The Beavers dropped their games on the road last weekend. They started off in Wayne, Neb., where they were bested by Wayne State College 55-71. Then the following day fell to Augustana 38-82 in Sioux Falls, S.D.

Alyssa Hill recorded her third double-double of the season against the Wildcats with 13 points and 11 rebounds.

Trinity Yoder was sent to the line 10 times facing WSC to now leads the Beavers in career free throws attempted passing Sierra Senske’s record of 536. Yoder is 19 made free throws away from setting a program record.

Hill led the team with 28 points on the weekend and was the sole student-athlete to reach double figures in both games.

Brooke Theis swatted three shots last weekend to double her season blocks to six.

Bemidji State sits 15th in the NSIC for scoring offense and defense averaging 58.4 points per game and allowing 71.3 ppg.

Sam Pogatchnik leads BSU in rebounds with 120 and ranks 10th in the conference averaging 6.7 rebounds per game. As a team the Beavers rank 11th in the NSIC with 35.6 rpg.

BSU is 16th in field goal percentage (.374) and 15th in 3-point field goal percentage (.271).

The Beavers are 14th in turnovers averaging 14.6 per game and 13th in assist to turnover ratio.