After Norwich rallied from a 2-0 deficit to force overtime, UW-Stevens Point's Steven Quagliata netted the game-winner to hand the Pointers a 3-2 win and their sixth national championship.
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A Frozen Four tradition sort of like any other. As always, we discuss the Sid Watson and Ed Jeremiah Awards, breakdown the match-ups, and take a look at what the weekend in Stevens Point might hold in store.
Geneseo's Devin McDonald has excelled all season long to hoist the Knights towards the pinnacle of greatness, and D3hockey.com sat down with the senior goaltender in advance of this weekend's championship.
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Norwich has a young team but it once again features impact talent from Quebec, in large part due to the willingness of assistant coach and head of recruiting, Steve Mattson, to venture into areas where many others do not.
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The chase for a seventh title is alive and well at Plattsburgh. as the Cardinals got off to a much better start than they've had recently, and it paid dividends in their NCAA semifinal win against Adrian.
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We take one final look at women's Bracketology, where we will finally select a bracket option among the same teams in the field that we had weeks ago. Find out how we think the bracket will look in our last look at women's bracketology before the big reveal later this Morning. Photo: Wade Gardner, d3photography.com
As always, Monday's NCAA tournament selections and brackets have yielded a few questions. Also as always, we take our crack at all of them -- and also make it clear where any frustrations should be directed. Photo: d3photography.com
By the slimmest of margins it looks like a 9-3 East-West split, but what does that mean for tomorrow morning's bracket? For the last time this year, we take a look at the options and pick the one we like best... Photo: Manhattanville Athletics
Augsburg, Geneseo, Norwich, St. Norbert, and the University of New England are off to the NCAA tournament on a day that featured the second and ninth-longest games in Division III history... Photo: UNE Athletics
St. Thomas, Norwich and Plattsburgh State are off to the NCAAs after scoring league championships, while UW-Eau Claire wins the WIAC. Four more titles and three more NCAA bids will be up for grabs Sunday...
Championship Weekend is nigh so we decided to take a look at how teams' NCAA tournament hopes stack up as we head into Saturday. And here's a hint: Keep an eye on the NCHA, NEHC and WIAC. Photo: d3photography.com
We'll get it out of the way early this week: Adrian is back in the field which means we end up with a decidedly looking bracket, but perhaps not one many expect... Photo: Larry Radloff, d3photography.com
Semifinal game ones were the order of business in the UCHC and WIAC, and the biggest news came out of the West where Oscar Svensson stopped 51 shots to lead UW-Superior to a game one upset of UW-Eau Claire... Photo: UW-Superior Athletics
Friday's slate featured just five contests, all opening round affairs in the NCHA and WIAC, and in all five it was the home team that claimed a 1-0 series lead. Photo: Steve Frommell for d3photography.com
The CCC and SUNYAC semifinals match-ups are set as two teams in each scored quarterfinal wins on Wednesday night. Find out who and how, and stay caught up on all the postseason action right here with our Men's Playoff Tracker...
The second Pairwise Rankings are (officially) out, which means Bracketology is back. Not a lot has changed since last week, but some has and we take our first full look at the bracket the Division III process would yield... Photo: HWS Athletics/Kevin Colton
Plattsburgh State checks in at No. 1 in the debut Pairwise, but does this week's potential tournament field offer options so bad it's conceivable the Cardinals end up in a first round game? It's possible...take a read to find out why... Photo: d3photography.com