Minnesota State Skates Past Bowling Green, 6-1
Freshman forward Jake Jaremko has goal and two assists for Mavericks

Freshman forward Jake Jaremko has goal and two assists for Mavericks
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 3:57  MNS1-0 PP Brad McClure (3)Parker Tuomie/4, Reggie Lutz/5
1st 7:12  MNS2-0 EV GW Reggie Lutz (2)Max Coatta/2, Jake Jaremko/8
2nd 6:09  BGS1-2 PP Stephen Baylis (5)Cameron Wright/7, Max Johnson/8
2nd 11:05  MNS3-1 PP Ian Scheid (3)Parker Tuomie/5, Jake Jaremko/9
2nd 17:09  MNS4-1 PP Ian Scheid (4)Zeb Knutson/9, C.J. Suess/12
2nd 18:48  MNS5-1 EV Jake Jaremko (2)Jack McNeely/4
3rd 2:46  MNS6-1 EV Walker Duehr (1)Nicholas Rivera/3, Jared Spooner/5
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Bowling Green  0101
Minnesota State  2316
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Bowling Green  119525
Minnesota State  6121129
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Bowling Green (5-4-3)  1/5 5/10 0
Minnesota State (9-3-0)  3/5 5/10 0
Bowling Green Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Eric Dop (L, 3-2-1)39:515 49013
Ryan Bednard20:001 001010
Empty Net0:090     
Minnesota State Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Connor LaCouvee (W, 7-0-0)60:001 118524

Mankato, Minn. --- Fifth-rated Minnesota State got three points from freshman forward Jake Jaremko and sophomore defenseman Ian Scheid scored a pair of second-period power play goals in cruising past Bowling Green, 6-1, Friday in Mankato, Minn.

Senior forward Brad McClure got things rolling in the first period when he converted on a nifty feed from Parker Tuomie for a power play marker at 3:57. Freshman winger Reggie Lutz tallied the second goal of his Minnesota State career on a wraparound attempt that banked in off of the left skate of BGSU netminder Eric Dop at 7:12.

The Falcons cut the margin to one when Stephen Baylis one-timed a shot from the right circle past Connor LaCouvee at 6:09 of the second period, but the Mavericks responded with three unanswered goals before end of the frame. Sophomore defenseman Ian Scheid went top shelf for a power play marker at 11:05 and then got his second power play goal of the period when he took a nice pass from Zeb Knutson and put the puck into the net coming in of the left wall at 17:09. The second assist on the play was credited to senior captain C.J. Suess, which put the Forest Lake, Minn., native into the 100-career point plateau. Freshman Jake Jaremko got his second goal of the year to close out the scoring in the period when he collected the puck on the left side of the net before depositing it behind Dop along the ice on the far side at 18:48.

The Mavericks continued the onslaught in the third period with freshman winger Walker Duehr making it 6-1 on a tap in at 2:46. For Duehr, who capitalized on a cross ice feed from Nick Rivera on the play, it marked the first goal of his collegiate career.

Jaremko, who was named the game's First Star, finished with three points on a goal and two assists. Parker Tuomie chipped in with two helpers and Lutz added a goal and an assist.

Senior netminder Connor LaCouvee turned aside 24 shots and now stands 7-0-0 for the year.

The Mavericks, who are 9-3-0 overall and 7-2-0 WCHA, outshot the Falcons by a 29-25 margin in the contest. Minnesota State was three-of-five in power play chances, while BGSU finished with a one-for-five ledger in opportunities with the man advantage.

The two teams close out the two-game WCHA series Saturday night with a 7:07 p.m. face-off scheduled for Verizon Center in downtown Mankato.