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Nebraska-Omaha weathered a late Harvard surge to advance to the NCAA tournament Midwest Regional final.
Saturday night’s Midwest regional semifinal matchup between the Harvard and Nebraska-Omaha men’s ice hockey teams proved to be a game of inches, a game of seconds—one that brought the Crimson’s season to a close by the slimmest of margins.
Tyler Moy skates in practice on Friday at Notre Dame's Compton Family Ice Arena a day before the start of the NCAA tournament's Midwest Regional.
The Omaha Mavericks enter the 2015 NCAA tournament against Harvard after a first-round exit in the NCHC playoffs. Omaha coach Dean Blais and Crimson coach Ted Donato '91 share Olympic experience.
The Harvard men's ice hockey team will play its first NCAA tournament game in nine years on Saturday, when the No. 10/8 Crimson faces No. 9/9 Nebraska-Omaha at Notre Dame's Compton Family Ice Arena.
Goaltender Steve Michalek warms up before Harvard's NCAA tournament Midwest Regional semifinal game versus Nebraska-Omaha at Compton Family Ice Arena in South Bend, Ind.
Forward Jimmy Vesey (left) and goaltender Steve Michalek (right) react to Avery Peterson's last-second power play goal to put Nebraska-Omaha up, 2-0, at the end of the first period on Saturday in the NCAA tournament Midwest Regional in South Bend, Ind.
The Harvard men's ice hockey team saw its season come to a close in South Bend, Ind. on Saturday after dropping its NCAA tournament opener to Nebraska-Omaha, 4-1.
When it comes to the Crimson’s scoring depth, the conversation has to start with sophomore center Tyler Moy—one of the most unconventional members of the Harvard men's ice hockey team.
Tyler Moy talks with the media after a practice at Notre Dame's Compton Arena on Friday before the semifinals of the NCAA tournament's Midwest Regional.
Junior co-captain Kyle Criscuolo, shown celebrating the Crimson's ECAC tournament win over Yale, will lead Harvard this weekend in its NCAA tournament matchup against Nebraska-Omaha.
The Crimson travels to South Bend to take on No. 9/9 Nebraska-Omaha in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night. The winner will take on either No. 2/2 Minnesota St. Mankato or the Rochester Institute of Technology on Sunday for a chance to advance to the Frozen Four in Boston.
Fourth-year skaters Patrick McNally (left) and Colin Blackwell (right) each scored in the championship game of the ECAC tournament on Saturday.
Junior co-captain Kyle Criscuolo, along with fourth-years Colin Blackwell and Patrick McNally, who returned from injuries suffered earlier in the season, helped lead Harvard to its first ECAC title since 2006.