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GREEN BAY, Wis. - Rodger Craig scored 2:25 into overtime to give Cornell a 3-2 victory over Michigan on Friday night in the NCAA Midwest Regional.

Cornell (19-8-7) will face Ferris State in the regional final Saturday night, with the winner advancing to the Frozen Four in Tampa, Fla.

Michigan (24-13-4) rallied to tie it on Kevin Lynch's goal with 4:01 left in the third period.

Luke Glendening opened the scoring for the Wolverines at 1:11 of the first period. John McCarron tied it on a power play at 10:10 of the first, and Joakim Ryan gave Cornell the lead with a short-handed goal 40 seconds in the second period.

Andy Iles made 31 saves for Cornell, and Shawn Hunwick stopped 21 shots for Michigan.


Jordie Johnston and Simon Denis scored, and Taylor Nelson made 25 saves to help Ferris State beat Denver.

The Bulldogs improved to 24-11-5.

Drew Shore scored for the Pioneers (25-14-4).

Johnston opened the scoring at 4:30 of the second period, and defenceman Simon Denis made it 2-0 at 2:54 of the third with his first college goal. Shore scored at 5:22 of the third.

Sam Brittain made 32 saves for Denver.



BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) ? Troy Grosenick made 20 saves and Union won its first Division I tournament game, beating Michigan State.

Max Novak, Jeremy Welsh and Wayne Simpson scored for the Dutchmen (25-7-7). They will play UMass-Lowell on Saturday night in the regional final.

Matt Berry scored for Michigan State (19-16-4).


BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) ??? Riley Wetmore scored 2:13 into overtime to lift UMass-Lowell past Miami (Ohio).

Josh Holmstrom, Colin Wright and Riley Wetmore also scored, and Doug Carr made 30 saves for the River Hawks (24-12-1). Trent Vogelhuber, Austin Czarnik and Alden Hirschfeld scored for Miami ((24-15-2)).

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