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Head coach Red Berenson announced today that he is retiring after 33 seasons at the helm of the University of Michigan ice hockey program and that he will remain as a special advisor to Warde Manuel, the Donald R. Shepherd Director of Athletics.
What began as a close back and forth contest quickly turned into a 10-3 blowout as the Penn State Nittany Lions defeated the Union Dutchmen in dominant fashion on Saturday to advance to the Midwest Regional Final on the road to the Frozen Four.
The No. 1 Pioneers proved why they are the top overall seed on Saturday in Cincinnati as Denver put on a strong showing and defeated the Michigan Tech Huskies, 5-2, to open the Midwest Regional.
Senior goaltender Zach Nagelvoort made 46 saves -- the second-most in his career -- to lead the University of Michigan ice hockey team to a 4-0 upset and weekend sweep of No. 11 Penn State on Senior Night Saturday (March 11) at Yost Ice Arena. The Wolverines will enter next week's Big Ten Tournament with wins in four of their last five games, all four coming against ranked opponents.
Junior netminder Danny Tirone (Trumbull, Conn.) of the University of New Hampshire men's hockey team was named the Hockey East Player of the Week Monday after helping the Wildcats defeat Merrimack College in the best-of-3 Hockey East Opening Round last weekend.