Officials from Bemidji State have made their argument for admission to the WCHA. Now, they wait.
The contingent from the group that hopes to be the 11th member of the WCHA made a presentation to the league and its member schools Monday at meetings in Marco Island, Fla.
The WCHA will discuss matters Tuesday, but it is not guaranteed to vote on admission. If it does vote, eight of the 10 schools would have to vote yes to admit Bemidji State.
“I thought it went very well,” Bemidji State athletic director Rick Goeb told the Bemidji Pioneer. “We made our presentation and answered some questions. None of the questions came as a surprise, and we feel like we had very positive feedback.”