NCAA Division I Tournament
Frozen Four teams in bold.
Held at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Mich., March 24-25. Single elimination, two second round winners advance to Frozen Four.
(Byes: Michigan St. and St. Cloud St.)
Held at the Worcester (Mass.) Centrum, March 23-24. Single elimination, two second round winners advance to Frozen Four.
(Byes: Boston College and North Dakota)
The Frozen Four
Held at Pepsi Arena in Albany, N.Y., April 5 and April 7. Single elimination; no consolation game.
Boston College, 3-2 (OT)
2nd Period: BC—Chuck Kobasew 27 (Jeff Giuliano) 5:26 (pp); BC—Mike Lephart 15 (J.D. Forrest, Bobby Allen) 8:50.
3rd Period: ND—Tim Skarperud 10 (Travis Roche, Bryan Lundbohm) 16:18 (pp); ND—Wes Dorey 17 (Aaron Schneekloth, Lundbohm) 19:24.
Overtime: BC—Krys Kolanos 25 (Tony Voce, Kobasew) 4:43.
Goalies: ND—Karl Goehring (31 shots, 28 saves); BC—Scott Clemmensen (37 shots, 35 saves). Attendance: 13,667.
Final records: Boston College (33-8-2); North Dakota (29-8-9); Michigan St. (33-5-4); Michigan (27-13-5).
Most Outstanding Player: Chuck Kobasew, freshman forward; 2 goals in semifinal game; 1 goal, 1 assist in final game.
All-Tournament Team: Kobasew, forward Krys Kolanos, defenseman Rob Scuderi, and goalie Scott Clemmensen of Boston College; forward Bryan Lundbohm and defenseman Travis Roche of North Dakota.