NCAA Division I Tournament
Frozen Four teams in bold.
Held at Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis, Minn., March 24-25. Single elimination, two second round winners advance to Frozen Four.
(Byes: North Dakota and Wisconsin)
Held at Pepsi Arena in Albany, N.Y., March 25-26. Single elimination, two second round winners advance to Frozen Four.
(Byes: Maine and St. Lawrence)
The Frozen Four
Held at Providence (R.I.) Civic Center, April 6 and April 8. Single elimination; no consolation game.
North Dakota, 4-2
1st Period: ND— Mike Commodore 5 (Bryan Lundbohm, Tim Skarperud), 3:48; BC— Jeff Farkas 32 (Blake Bellefeuille, Brian Gionta), 16:47 (pp).
2nd Period: BC— Marty Hughes 5 (Gionta), 6:59.
3rd Period: ND— Lee Goren 33 (Ryan Bayda), 2:43; ND— Jason Ulmer 18 (Goren), 14:22; ND— Goren 34 (unassisted), 19:14 (en).
Goalies: ND— Karl Goehring (23 shots, 21saves); BC— Scott Clemmensen (35 shots, 32 saves). Attendance: 11,484.
Final records: North Dakota (31-8-5); Boston College (29-12-1); Maine (27-8-5); St. Lawrence (27-8-2).
Most Outstanding Player: Lee Goren, North Dakota senior forward; 2 goals, 1 assist in final game.
All-Tournament Team: Goren, forward Bryan Lundbohm, defenseman Mike Commodore, and goalie Karl Goehring of North Dakota; forward Jeff Farkas and defenseman Mike Mottau of Boston College.