Minnesota Duluth finished off a weekend sweep of Bemidji State in WCHA play Saturday via a 4-1 victory at Sanford Center in Bemidji.

Senior center McKenzie Hewett, junior center Mannon McMahon, redshirt senior wing Naomi Rogge and senior Taylor Anderson scored goals for the Bulldogs — who won Friday's series opener 9-0 — while senior wing Anneke Linser and sophomore wing Clara Van Wieren both finished with two assists each.

Senior goaltender Emma Soderberg made 23 saves for UMD (6-4 overall, 6-4 WCHA) while sophomore Hannah Hogenson stopped 35 shots for BSU (1-8-1, 2-8-2).

"Something we've been working on all season long is to put two good ones back-to-back," Bulldogs coach Maura Crowell said. "I wouldn't say I expected last night to go the way it did. I'm very happy that it did, but I knew today would be different and we got more of the Bemidji that we expected going into the weekend. It was a real character win for us having to fight through that first period, and even the start of the second. Then we we got going."

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The Bulldogs and Beavers went into the first intermission tied 1-1 after goals by Hewett and BSU junior forward Reece Hunt, with Hunt knotting the game on the power play 8:31 into the game.

UMD broke away in the second with goals by McMahon and Rogge, while Anderson clinched the victory with an empty net goal in the third period.

Rogge's goal, her fifth of the season, came on the power play to boost the Bulldogs to 37.5% on the season. UMD, which finished 7.7 percent on the power play last season, went 3-for-4 on the against the Beavers this weekend in Bemidji.

"They're reading off each other well, they're reading the penalty kills well," Crowell said. "We're doing a good job with our coaching staff scouting it ahead of time, so our players know exactly what to look for. But I'd say we have some really talented players on the ice, who are all very capable. You put them together and it's really fun to watch right now, but they're working for it."

BOXSCORE: Minnesota Duluth 4, Bemidji State 1