Daryl Watts' second goal of the game, 41 seconds into overtime, gave top-ranked Wisconsin a 4-3 victory over No. 7 Minnesota Duluth on Saturday afternoon and the WCHA regular-season title.

Emma Soderberg kept the Bulldogs in the game, making 45 saves. Actually, host UMD built a 3-1 lead late in the second period on Gabbie Hughes' two goals and Anna Klein's one, at 17:20 of the second period.

But Wisconsin (12-3-1 overall/WCHA) responded to make it a one-goal game when Lacy Eden scored 23 seconds later. Brette Pettel tied the score at 3-all with 1:27 left in the third. Kennedy Blair made 16 saves for the Badgers.

Minnesota Duluth (11-5) had won the series opener 4-3 with Hughes getting its final two goals.

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