Hamline Women’s Hockey skates to championships after big win

Hamline overwhelmingly beats St. Thomas, allowing them to make history and play in the NCAA Division III National Championship.

Madelaine Formica, Managing Editor

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Out-competing St. Thomas in a shutout game and scoring 3-0 for the Pipers, the Women’s Hockey team broke into the NCAA Division III National Championship. Hamline will be playing against Plattsburgh State at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 22.

This is the first time in history that a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) women’s hockey team is playing in the National Championship. The win was a team effort with junior Becca Zarembinski scoring the first goal off the bat within 95 seconds. Junior Bre Simon followed soon, scoring the second goal seconds into the next play. The Pipers stayed strong even after the first three minutes of domination, sophomore Madison Kolbow making a goal in the second period.

If you wish to learn more about the bracket and follow Hamline as they head to the Championship, go to NCAA.

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