Bill Blackwell, Jr., executive director of BSU’s American Indian Resource Center, won the 2017 Distinguished Diversity Leadership Award from the Minnesota State system.
Explore a timeline of significant milestones in the development of American Indian studies and student services at Bemidji State University, dating back to the 1960s.
Freshman forward Allyson enters the playoffs ranked second on the team and third in the NSIC with 26 points scored and an average of 1.53 points per game. She also ranks second in the NSIC in shots on goal and shots per game.
Senior offensive captain Raquel Thelen
Miranda, a senior defender and captain of this year’s team, finished the regular season with eight points, including an assist in BSU’s 4-1 win over St. Cloud State to cap an unbeaten regular season.
Senior goalkeeper and team captain Catherine is the NCAA Division II national leader in goals-against average and ranks second in save percentage. She has allowed only four goals all year.
Following an unbeaten regular season, Head Coach Jim Stone leads the Bemidji State women’s soccer team into the first round of the NSIC Playoffs against Winona State at home on Nov. 1.
Junior forward Rachel is one of the most prolific scoring threats in the country. She enters the playoffs as the NSIC’s leader with 34 points scored and an average of 2.0 points per game.
Chelsey is president of Bemidji State’s Council of Indian Students, which is organizing the university’s 45th Annual Powwow on Nov. 18.
Shannon Combs, Co-President of Relay for Life