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Bemidji State's Mattias Sholl, Khloe Lund take home weekly honors

Jan. 22—BEMIDJI — Two Bemidji State hockey players were honored by their respective leagues after standout performances over the weekend.

Beavers men's junior netminder Mattias Sholl earned his second CCHA Goaltender of the Week accolade this season, announced by the league on Monday.

Sholl backstopped the Beavers to two points at Michigan Tech, turning aside 74 of 78 shots over the weekend, including the second most saves in his career (46) in Saturday's 2-2 shootout victory. He stopped 28 shots in a 2-1 loss to the Huskies on Friday and helped the BSU penalty kill to a 5 for 6 weekend in which he made 12 saves.

The Hermosa Beach, Calif., native earned his second CCHA weekly accolade of the season and the fifth of his career.

He was joined by Minnesota State's Lucas Sowder (Forward), Ferris State's Travis Shoudy (Defenseman) and Michigan Tech's Isaac Gordon (Rookie) as league players of the week.

Senior Khloe Lund finished her weekend series at home against the No. 4/5 Minnesota with impressive numbers from the blue line. Her efforts nabbed her WCHA Defender of the Week.

Lund scored the Beavers' lone goal in their tightly contested series with the Gophers at Sanford Center. She led the Beavers in goals, shots on goal (7) and blocked shots (8) over the weekend, and she posted a career-high five shots on goal and blocked a career-high five shots on Saturday afternoon.

This was the second time Lund received a WCHA weekly award. She's joined by Wisconsin's Casey O'Brien (Forward), Ohio State's Amanda Thiele (Goaltender) and Wisconsin's Cassie Hall (Rookie).