Bemidji State Beavers is a sports department, which includes 14 male and female teams in several leading disciplines. Among them are baseball, basketball, football, hockey, tennis, athletics. The branch, led by Tracy Dill, is part of the 1919 Bemidji State University and is located in Bemidji, Minnesota. The teams are members of the NCAA Division II and Division I and are members of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference and Western Collegiate Hockey Association.
Meaning and History
The mascot that bears the name Bucky Beaver is depicted on the corporate logo of the state university teams. This is a beaver placed in the profile. Unlike competitors, the animal is not made intimidating or evil. On the contrary, the expression on his face is calm, confident, and disposing of. The desire for victory is conveyed by an upward-looking, for which the central element is placed diagonally.
Bucky’s only weapons are powerful cutters. They are highlighted in white and indicate that although the beaver is quiet but purposeful – he is ready to stand until the end until the “tree” falls completely. His focus on victory is incredibly decisive.
The color of the animal is beige-brown. Shadows are formed due to black strokes. Head rim – two elliptical green lines. They form an open oval and slightly go behind each other, creating a kind of “portrait” in the frame of Bucky Beaver.
Bemidji State Beavers Hockey
Men’s hockey team is one of the most successful in the university’s sports department. She spent her first season in 1947-1948. Refers to College Hockey America. Included in the Conference WCHA. Tom Serratore coaches athletes.