Coach Crowell earns 150th career win as #8 UMD women’s hockey picks up big road win over Bemidji State

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The University of Minnesota Duluth women’s hockey team dropped the puck for the second time in Bemidji Saturday afternoon for game two of their final regular season series opener against the beavers looking to finish out the series with a sweep.

The Bulldogs swept the Beavers 6-0 on Friday night and topped them 5-1 on Saturday to complete the series.

The win was made special as coach Maura Crowell made history of her own by earning her 150th career win.

Four different Bulldogs scored including Taylor Anderson, who scored twice and Tove Henderson nabbing her first career goal.

The Bulldogs will be back on the ice for their start of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Playoff with a three-game home match up against St. Cloud State University. Game one is set for February 24th, puck drops at 3 p.m.