Cody Mason's tiebreaking goal with 4 minutes, 9 seconds remaining capped a three-goal third-period for fiffth-seeded Hamline in a 4-3 victory over top-seeded St. Thomas (16-6-4) in the MIAC men's hockey semifinals Saturday night.
Gustavus, the No. 1 women's seed and tournament finalist the past 11 years, also was eliminated with a 6-3 semifinal loss to No. 5 seed Bethel.
Kevin Novakovich scored two goals and John Sellie-Hanson had 34 saves as the Pipers (13-10-4) won their second road playoff game in three days. They will face Sunday's Concordia-St. Mary's winner; that game was postponed because of compressor problems at the Winona rink.
Lauren Kolak and Lindsay Burman each scored two goals for the Royals (15-9-3). Allie Lewis had a goal and assist for the Gusties (19-5-2). Bethel advanced to next Saturday's women's final against second-seeded St. Thomas (13-9-4), which edged Concordia 3-2 on Hannah Bird's unassisted goal 72 seconds into the final period. The Cobbers finished 10-12-3.
NCAA wrestling regionals
Host Augsburg crowned six champions and sent all 10 of its wrestlers to nationals out of an NCAA regional. Regional runner-up Concordia (Moorhead) won two weight classes and advanced nine wrestlers to the NCAA tournament March 13-14 in Hershey, Pa. MIAC wrestlers won nine of the 10 weight classes.
St. Cloud State advanced seven of its 10 wrestlers to Sunday's championship rounds of an NCAA Division II Super Regional in Mankato.
The Minnesota Swarm started slowly and never made up the ground, falling 21-15 Saturday in Vancouver in a National League Lacrosse game. The Swarm (3-5) trailed Vancouver (4-4) 7-3 after the first period.