The BSU Gymnasium has been home to the Beaver men's basketball program since 1960 and has been the only home for women's basketball and volleyball. read more

Mike Boschee

Head Coach

Mike Boschee enters his third season as head coach with a 36-21 overall record and 28-16 mark in Northern Sun intercollegiate Conference play. He guided the Beavers to an NSIC North Division Championship in 2013-14 and has tutored one all-region student-athlete and five All-NSIC team members.


The Beavers went 18-9 overall and 15-7 in NSIC play in 2013-14 to earn a share of the NSIC North Championship – its second league title in three years. BSU recorded 18 wins for the sixth time in program history and the third season in a row for the first time in 92 seasons of Bemidji State basketball. At the conclusion of the season, junior Brock Lutes (Portland, Ore.) was named Daktronics All-Central Region Second Team, NSIC Newcomer of the Year and All-NSIC First Team. Senior Zach Noreen (F, Avon, Minn.) joined Lutes as an All-NSIC First Team selection and senior forward Maxie Rosenbloom (St. Paul, Minn.) was honored as All-NSIC Second Team.


Boschee recorded the most wins by a Bemidji State first-year head coach in 2012-13, as he guided the Beavers to an 18-12 overall record. Bemidji State finished the 22-game NSIC schedule with a 13-9 mark to finish as the No. 3 seed in the NSIC North Division. The Beavers hosted their second-consecutive first round game in the NSIC/Sanford Health Mens Basketball Tournament and made a run to the championship game – their first-ever appearance in the championship contest.




Dustin Boll 

Assistant Coach


Dustin Boll was announced as an assistant coach of the Men’s basketball team on July 18, 2017. Boll joins the Beavers after spending the last two seasons as a graduate assistant for the Winona State University Men’s Basketball Program. During his first season with the Warriors, they advanced to the 2015-2016 NSIC Tournament Semifinals. WSU averaged 13.5 wins, 10.5 in NSIC play, throughout his two years there. 


Boll started his coaching career during the 2014-15 season as an assistant coach and coordinator of strength and conditioning at Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wis. At Viterbo he was responsible for some recruiting, organizing and implementing team practicing, designing and presenting scouting reports, video exchange, and individual player development. 


In addition to his duties on coaching staffs, Boll is also active on the summer camp circuit, having worked as a camp coach at numerous camps including Syracuse University, North Dakota State University, Iowa State University, Marquette University and Duke University. In addition to camps, he has also coached on the grassroots circuit with the Minnesota Heat and Wisconsin Playmakers basketball organizations.


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