Your Sound Alternative
On Now:
Playlist Archive
Join us on: YouTube


KVSC Sports Stream

SCSU Football Suffers 37-24 Loss to Bemidji State

10/29/2018 - 12:40 PM

Facebook Twitter

SCSU Football Suffers 37-24 Loss to Bemidji State
Photo - SCSU Athletics

With the possibility of a postseason berth on the line Saturday afternoon, the St. Cloud State football team could not get by Bemidji State University falling 37-24 at Husky Stadium.


Just one week after a dominating homecoming win over Upper Iowa, turnovers drowned the Huskies on Saturday afternoon versus Bemidji State.


Along with turnovers, the Beavers opened the game with a 23-3 lead moving into the later moments of the 2nd quarter, and the Huskies would not find a response. Three first-half interceptions thrown by junior quarterback Dwayne Lawhorn slowed any offensive momentum for the Huskies, and Bemidji State responded strong opening the game with a whole collection of unanswered points.


Bemidji State came right back out into the 3rd quarter with a blazing four play – 78-yard touchdown drive to take a 30-3 lead over SCSU. Dwayne Lawhorn collected his first touchdown pass of the day with a 7-yard touchdown pass to Sam Hartman.


After the lone touchdown of the 3rd quarter for the Huskies, Bemidji State responded with a touchdown on another quick three-play drive to make it 37-10 late in the 3rd quarter.


In the 4th, the Huskies would put together a pair of touchdowns with a 1-yard touchdown run by Paris Howell, and Sam Hartman’s 2nd touchdown catch of the game as the pair of scores made it 37-24. The lead was too much for the Huskies, and St. Cloud State would suffer their 3rd loss of the season to Bemidji State 37-24.


Junior quarterback Dwayne Lawhorn finished the game with two touchdowns but could not shake off four interceptions along with 27 completions and 277 yards. St Cloud State as a team finished with more yards and plays than Bemidji State, but the Beavers only gave up one turnover. BSU was also not keen on 3rd down conversions going 5 for 14 in third-down conversion opportunities. The Huskies gave up strong field position failing twice on fourth down conversions of their own.


St. Cloud State football closes out the 2018 regular season on the road, traveling this Saturday to Minot State and wrapping up the season against Minnesota State Moorhead on November 10th.  


Sports Schedule

  • Women's Hockey vs MSU-Mankato (Sports Stream)
    Jan 18, 2019 - 3:07
  • Men's Hockey vs Western Michigan University
    Jan 18, 2019 - 7:07
  • Wrestling vs University of Mary (Sports Stream)
    Jan 19, 2019 - 2:00

Submit your local sports event here.