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One And Done For RPI In NCAA’s

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RPI’s season came to an end on Saturday as they fell to North Dakota in the NCAA Hockey Tournament Midwest Region in Green Bay, WI. It was the first time RPI had made the “Big Dance” since 1995.

The 4th seeded Engineers ran into a hot buzz saw as they lost to #1 North Dakota by a score of 6-0. North Dakota scored 1 in the first period. Then they poured on four more goals in the second period and an additional tally in the third to make it 6-0.

RPI finished 5th in the ECAC conference and was able to sneak into the NCAA tournament as Cornell lost to Yale in the championship game in the ECAC tournament. RPI finished the season with a record of 20-13-5.

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