NCAA Game Night: 3/7

Harvard can't score against last place team in conference, season done ... Vermont sees No. 3 seed slip away in OT ... Wessbecker scores 1st in UMASS rout

ECAC Tournament - Round 1 - Game 2
Brown Bears 2 @ Harvard Crimson 0
F Alex Killorn Har: 0-0-0, 3 SOG, Even
Season totals: 30GP, 6-8-14, 46 PIM, -11

Harvard finishes season 9-16-6 and fails to score against a team that picked up just its 4th and 5th wins of the season in the playoffs. Brown goalie, Mike Clemente, made 47 saves in Game 2 giving him 86 saves in the series with 0 goals.

Killorn had an impressive Freshman season finishing tied for 4th on the team in points with 14, including a 5-game point streak in November. His 6 goals tied him for 2nd on the team with 5 coming on the PP which led the team with Sophomore, Matt McCollem. He also showed some grit with 46 PIM, which tied him for 2nd on team.

Merrimack Warriors 1 @ Massachusetts Minutemen 6
D John Wessbecker UMASS: 1-0-1, 2 SOG, +1
Season totals: 32GP, 1-4-5, 32 PIM, +8

Wessbecker scores his first goal in Minutemen's last game of regular season. He was rewarded with the game-winner and third star.

UMASS finishes regular season 15-18-3 and has locked up the No. 7 seed in HEast Tourney but await tonights BU/Providence game results to see who they play. A BU win puts them against Northeastern, a BU loss and the Minutemen head to play the Terriers.

#9 New Hampshire Wildcats 6 @ #7 Vermont Catamounts 5 OT
F Matt Marshall Ver: Did not play

Vermont finishes regular season 20-9-5 and fails to get No. 3 seed in HEast due to head-to-head with New Hampshire as both finished with 34 points. Instead, as No. 4 seed they now host UMASS-Lowell in Round 1.

HEast Tournament Setup: Top 8 teams in conference qualify, Seeds 1-4 host seeds 5-8 in a best-of-three series. After the first round, teams are re-seeded based on their regular-season records (points). The semifinals and finals are single-elimination. Bracket

Location of finals: TD Banknorth Garden, Boston