BOSTON, Mass.—UMass Boston men's hockey senior captain Colin Larkin (Waterford, Mich.) became the first Beacon to win the Joe Concannon Award Wednesday morning, when the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston released the group of five finalists and the overall winner.
UW-Stevens Point jumped out to a 3-0 lead and Zach Zech tallied twice as it topped Adrian, 5-2. The win sends the Pointers back to Lake Placid, the site of their 2016 national championship. Photo: Ryan Coleman for d3photography.com
A Frankie Sullivan goal with under five minutes to play proved the difference-maker as the Seahawks topped CCC rival Nichols, 4-3, to advance to their first Frozen Four -- in the process became the first CCC team to do so. Photo: Salve Regina Athletics
Justin Grillo scored with just 1.6 seconds remaining to break a 1-1 deadlock and lift Colby to a shocking 2-1 win at No. 5 SUNY Geneseo. The win advances the Mules, who were was the six-seed in the NESCAC playoffs, to their first Frozen Four. Photo: Eric Gulseth,
Geneseo brought a strong group of forwards into this year's tournament, and the team's forward depth flexed its muscles early to help the Knights fend off a hard nosed Hobart effort in the opening round. Photo: Eric Gulseth
The Mules playoff run isn't over yet as the surprise NESCAC champs went on the road and turned a 4-2 upset at the University of New England to earn their first-ever NCAA tournament win. Photo: Colby Athletics.
Nichols piled up a 43-19 shot advantage en route to a 3-1 win over Fitchburg State in Friday's NCAA tournament opening round. The Bison advance to face CCC rival Salve Regina for the right to represent the league in Lake Placid. Photo: Nichols Athletics
The wait is over! The seven conference champs were known and the five at-large bids went to Adrian, Salve, UNE, UW-Stevens Point, and in a surprise...Marian. Find out all this year's match-ups right here! Photo: Steve Frommell, d3photography.com
Hartford, Conn. – Senior forward Cam McDonald (Westford, Mass.) scored twice to lead the visiting Colby College Mules to a 4-1 victory over the Trinity College Bantams in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Men's Ice Hockey Championship Finals this afternoon at Williams Rink in the Koeppel Community Sports Center.
ADRIAN, Mich. - Timmy Nicksic's goal 3:19 into overtime lifted St. Norbert College to a 2-1 win over Adrian College in a battle between the nation's top-two ranked teams in a battle for the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Harris Cup Playoffs championship at Arrington Ice Arena.