Best of 2012-13: Men’s Ice Hockey
Yale and Wisconsin-Eau Claire win first national championships
Two first-time national champions took home the men's hockey titles this year. In a battle between two schools from the state of Connecticut, Yale took home its first national championship with a 4-0 victory against Quinnipiac for the Division I title. In Division III, Wisconsin-Eau Claire beat Oswego State 5-3 for the national championship. Take a look back at both with videos, features and photos as NCAA.com continues its looks back at the 2012-13 season.
All hail Yale as Bulldogs win first championship
After nearly 40 scoreless minutes, Yale snuck in a goal in the closing seconds of the second period then blitzed Quinnipiac in the third for a 4-0 victory to win the DI men's hockey championship. ... Read More
Wisconsin-Eau Claire nabs first title
Devin Mantha scored the game-winning goal to give Wisconsin-Eau Claire its first DIII Men's Hockey national championship. The Blugolds defeated Oswego State 5-3. ... Read More