Former Plattsburgh State player Nick Jensen has been making quite a habit of appearing on the world stage, as he is currently in his fourth IIHF World Championship with Denmark. Photo: Plattsburgh Athletics
There's a lot more to Frozen Four Weekend than three hockey games and a National Championship Trophy.... Find out about everything you wanted to know about this weekend but were afraid to ask! Photo: Mike Warren, D3hockey.com
Practice day is in the books and the D3hockey.com coverage is already piling up. Get caught up, and stay caught up, on all our Frozen Four coverage right here, all in one handy place. Photo: Eric Gulseth
On the eve of Colby's first semifinal appearance, D3hockey.com sat down with one of the biggest stars of this year's postseason to discuss the experience the Mules have had this season. Photo: Colby Athletic Communications
Everyone knows the Green Knights have been really good, but it's not until the numbers that illustrate its achievements are stacked up that the unprecedented levels of many of their successes can begin to be comprehended.
A new head coach and a new-look roster posed some challenges for UW-Stevens Point this season, but the end result is a familiar one as the Pointers land back in Lake Placid for their 4th Frozen Four in five years.
Friday's first semifinal features a recent Frozen Four staple up against a Lake Placid newcomer in a contest many are expecting to be a wide open affair with plenty of scoring. Photos: Salve Regina Athletics/d3photography.com
St. Norbert has its sights set on its fifth national championship and first since 2014 while Colby looks to continue its Cinderella run in the first ever match-up between clubs with very similar styles. Photos: d3photography.com/Eric Gulseth
St. Norbert, Augsburg, SUNY Geneseo and Colby line up on one side as in one quarterfinal a couple of familiar foes meet again, while in the other a recent tournament staple hosts a surprise face. Photo: Steve Frommell for d3photography.com
It's a bit of the old and a bit of the new in Friday's second semifinal as Norwich is back for yet another Frozen Four while Hamline will be making its first appearance in the season's final weekend.
Longtime ECAC West rivals, the Cardinals and Soaring Eagles might not be in the same league anymore, but the rivalry resumes this Friday -- and this time it's on the biggest stage of all. Photo: d3photography.com/Elmira Athletics
All four spots in women's championship weekend are up for grabs tonight. While that's exciting enough, new faces and a sense of competitive depth may make this set of quarterfinals the best yet. Ray Biggs explains. Photo: Ryan Coleman, d3photography.com
Miss the end of the longest women's NCAA tournament game of all-time? Watch it right here as freshman forward Emma Peterson scores at 1:02 of overtime three to lift UW-Eau Claire to a 3-2 first round win over Gustavus Adolphus.
Oswego, Trinity and Utica out, but Marian in? The UW-Eau Claire women get in over UW-River Falls while Hamline is a higher seed but has to play on the road? Monday's selections brought plenty of questions as usual -- and we again think all of them have good answers... Photo: Oswego State Athletics
We all now know as much as we're going to prior to Monday mornings selection show. With that it's time for our final run at 2018 Men's Bracketology. Fittingly, a nasty final Pool C comparison awaits.... Photo: Matthew Webb
Champions have been crowned in the CCC, MASCAC, MIAC, NCHA, NEHC and SUNYAC, and all are NCAA tournament bound. Elsewhere, titles were also won in the UCHC and WIAC, and Sunday's NESCAC championship game match-up is now set.
This week's West Region rankings brought a significant change and it's one that affects our analysis. But how? Find out that, along with who's in, who's out and where they all land in our second-to-last edition of Women's Bracketology... Photo: Conn College Athletics