Miami Drops Overtime Heartbreaker in NCAA Tourney

Posted by By at 24 March, at 00 : 41 AM Print

After rallying from a 3-0 deficit in the third period to level the game, the second-seeded and No. 7 Miami hockey team looked poised to complete a historical comeback but UMass Lowell’s Riley Wetmore scored 2:13 into overtime to propel the third-seeded and No. 13 River Hawks to a 4-3 win in the NCAA East Regional Semifinals Friday night at Webster Bank Arena.

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  1. Charlie, 2 years ago

    I was so proud to watch Miami battle back from that 3-0 deficit last night, and was crushed when they lost in overtime. They outshot the Riverhawks by such a large margin in the 3rd perios and overtime, I can’t believe that more of those shots didn’t get in! I guess you have to hand it to their goalie.
    I couldn’t go to last night’s game, but was planning to go tonight. I’m sorry I won’t ge tthe chance.
    Thanks for a great season, and for making it exciting right to the end!


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