Chelsea DeVille was hired as the 10th head coach in the history of the Bemidji State womens basketball program June 5, 2015 and begins her second season in 2016-17.
In her first season as head coach the Beavers finished with a 7-20 overall record and a 3-19 conference record. The team finished the season with a 7-8 record at home in the Bemidji State Gymnasium. DeVilles offense boasted the third highest three-point percentage in the conference when they shot .345 from behind the arc. One of the main contributors was juniot guard Aimee PelzerClick here to hear it who averaged 2.3 three-pointers per game and shot .399 from three. The womens basketball team had four players named to the 2015-16 Winter NSIC All-Academic Team.
DeVille comes to Bemidji State after serving on the University of Sioux Falls womens basketball coaching staff since 2009. Following a year as graduate assistant under head coach Travis Traphagen, she was promoted to assistant coach beginning with the 2010-11 season and served in that capacity until she was elevated to associate head coach following the 2013-14 campaign.
Majerowicz begins her first season with the Bemidji State womens basketball program in 2016-17. She was hired to the staff in June 2016 following six years as a coach at the collegiate and high school levels and a playing career at Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conferences Winona State University. The Chicago native most recently served as assistant coach with Loras College from 2014-16.
Majerowicz helped Loras to two appearances in the Iowa Conference Tournament as well as one trip to the NCAA Tournament last season. With a focus on the frontcourt, Majerowicz coached the Duhawks forward Lori Obendorf to back-to-back Iowa Conference Defensive MVP honors. In her two seasons, five student-athletes received All-Iowa Conference selections along with two honorable mentions. The Duhawks improved from a 15-11 record in 2014-15 to 19-9 last season during Majerowiczs time with the program.
Prior to her service with Loras, Majerowicz coached at both the high school and collegiate levels, including a two-year period at Winona State from 2012-14. Majerowicz worked with the forwards at WSU as a graduate assistant under Scott Ballard and coached Abby Busch to an All-NSIC Second Team honor. The Warriors finished her inaugural season with the program with a 21-11 record, including a push to the semifinal round of the NSIC/Sanford Health Tournament.
Clint Neumann begins his second season with the Bemidji State womens basketball program in 2016-17. He was hired as the second assistant in November 2016.
In his first season as assistant coach the Beavers finished with a 7-20 overall record and a 3-19 conference record. The team finished the season with a 7-8 record at home in the Bemidji State Gymnasium. The Beaver offense boasted the third highest three-point percentage in the conference when they shot .345 from behind the arc. One of the main contributors was junior guard Aimee PelzerClick here to hear it who averaged 2.3 three-pointers per game and shot .399 from three.
He joins the Beavers after serving on the University of Minnesota mens basketball staff as team manager since 2014. While with the Gophers, Neumann prepared gyms for practice, individual workouts and games, as well as managing film needs for the coaching staff and team. The Gophers finished the 2014-15 season with an 18-15 record.