WCHA roundup: Harvard rallies for tie at North Dakota

  • Updated: December 31, 2011 - 1:28 AM
Everson leads Harvard rally for tie at UND

• HARVARD 4, NORTH DAKOTA 4: Marshall Everson scored a goal and assisted on another in the last 10 minutes as the Crimson rallied from a two-goal deficit to tie North Dakota on Friday night in Grand Forks. The Crimson trailed 4-2 after a four-goal second period by North Dakota. But Alex Fallstrom pulled the Crimson within one at 10:16 of the third period and Everson, a former Edina standout, got the equalizer at 13:16 of the third. Referees took a long look at Everson's goal before ruling it good. Three freshmen accounted for four goals in the second period as UND took a 4-2 lead. Nick Mattson scored twice and Brendan O'Donnell and Connor Gaarder added a goal each.

• QUINNIPIAC 2, NEBRASKA OMAHA 2: Ryan Walters scored at 11:42 of the third period, helping the host Mavericks rally for a tie with the Bobcats in a nonconference game. John Faulkner made eight of his 20 saves in the third period and one in overtime for UNO, which had a 36-22 advantage in shots on goal.

• WESTERN MICHIGAN 2, ST. CLOUD STATE 1 (OT): Chase Bailey scored 41 seconds into overtime, giving the Broncos a victory over the Huskies and a split of their nonconference series in St. Cloud. Western Michigan led 1-0 in the first period on a power-play goal by Matt Tennyson, but the Huskies tied it when David Eddy scored 1:08 into the second period on a power play.

• AIR FORCE 2, COLORADO COLLEGE 1: Casey Kleisinger scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period, and the Falcons hung on to beat the host Tigers. Stephen Caple stopped 33 shots for Air Force, including 16 in the third period. Michael Bolvin scored the only goal for Colorado College.

• DENVER 3, UNION 1: Juho Olkinuora made 42 saves, and Drew Shore and Joe LaLeggia scored power-play goals 2:22 apart in the first period, leading the Pioneers over the visiting Dutchmen.

• BEMIDJI STATE 4, BOWLING GREEN 1: Aaron McLeod scored two goals, helping the Beavers earn a nonconference victory over the Falcons in Bemidji, Minn. Radoslav Illo and Drew Fisher also scored for Bemidji State, which was outshot 27-16. Ted Pletsch scored for Bowling Green.

• BOSTON COLLEGE 2, MICHIGAN TECH 1: Brian Dumoulin's goal midway through the third period lifted the Eagles over the Huskies in the third-place game of the Great Lakes Invitational in Detroit. Dennis Rix scored a first-period short-handed goal for Michigan Tech. ... Michigan beat Michigan State 3-2 in overtime for the title on Friday.

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