Andrew Oglevie scored 2 minutes, 44 seconds into overtime, lifting Notre Dame to a 3-2 victory over Massachusetts-Lowell in the NCAA Northeast Regional final on Sunday in Manchester, N.H.
The victory moves the Fighting Irish (23-11-5) into the Frozen Four semifinals April 6 in Chicago. Notre Dame will face Midwest champion Denver. Minnesota Duluth and Harvard will play in the other semifinal.
The winning goal came after some solid work by Anders Bjork, who kicked the puck to his stick, drove to the front of the net and passed to a wide-open Oglevie, who beat River Hawks goalie Tyler Wall over his right shoulder.
Cam Morrison scored twice for Notre Dame. Ryan Collins and John Edwardh scored for Lowell (27-11-3).
Denver 6, Penn State 3: Troy Terry had a hat trick and two assists, leading the Pioneers to a victory over the Nittany Lions in Cincinnati for a trip to the Frozen Four.
Terry scored two of his three goals in the second period, when Denver broke a 2-2 tie and took a three-goal lead. He added an empty-net tally with 2:14 left as the Pioneers (31-7-4) ended the season for the Nittany Lions (25-12-2), who in their fifth varsity season won an NCAA tournament game.
Jarid Lukosevicius added two goals for Denver, and Tanner Jaillet made 24 saves. Nikita Pavlychev, Denis Smirnov and James Gobetz scored for Penn State. Peyton Jones made 22 saves.