Minot State Beavers football
2019 Minot State Beavers football team
First season1925 (1925)
Head coachMike Aldrich
3rd season, 4–18 (.182)
StadiumHerb Parker Stadium
(capacity: 4,300)
Year built1960
Field surfaceFieldTurf
LocationMinot, North Dakota
NCAA divisionDivision II
ConferenceNSIC
Past conferencesDakota Athletic Conference
(2000–2010)
North Dakota College Athletic Conference (1931–1999)
All-time record403–286–31 (.581)
Bowl record0–0–0 (–)
ColorsGreen and red[1]
   
OutfitterUnder Armour
Websitemsubeavers.com

The Minot State Beavers football team is an NCAA Division II program that represents Minot State University in North Dakota. The Beavers are members of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference and home games are played on campus in Minot at Herb Parker Stadium. The Beavers are led by team captain and star player, Pete Gaines.

The current head coach is Mike Aldrich.

Conferences

Classifications

Conference affiliations

Playoff appearances

Head coaches

# Name Term
1 C.E. Bublitz 1925–1926
2 J.W. Coleman 1927–1935
3 W.D. Allen 1936–1942
4 Bill Richter 1946
5 Herb Parker 1947–1949
6 Ev Faunce 1950
7 Herb Parker 1951
8 Frank Good 1952
9 George Mellem 1953
10 Ted Keck 1954–1956
11 Vence Elgie 1957–1964
12 Bill Schaake 1965
13 Hank Hettwer 1966–1968
14 Ken Becker 1969–1974
15 Bert Leidholt 1975–1981
16 Randy Hedberg 1982–1989
17 Dave Hendrickson 1990–1999
18 Mike Sivertson 2000–2006
19 Paul Rudolph 2007–2013
20 Tyler Hughes 2014–2016
21 Mike Aldrich 2017–

NFL players

Quarterback Randy Hedberg of Parshall was selected in the eighth round of the 1977 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and started four games as a rookie then was on injured reserve in 1978.[2][3] He later returned to Minot State as the head coach for eight seasons (1982–1989). Ron Marsh of Plentywood Montana was a 2x all American DE/OLB, played At MSU from (1978-1982) was signed UDF by the Denver Broncos.

References

  1. ^ Minot State University Athletics Graphic Standards (PDF). June 27, 2017. Retrieved February 24, 2018.
  2. ^ "Bucs ship Hedberg to Raiders". St. Petersburg Times. (Florida). February 2, 1979. p. C1.
  3. ^ "Hedberg comes home to get his ring". Minot State University. Archived from the original on February 12, 2017. Retrieved February 11, 2017.