Jordan George, Brance Orban, and Aaron McLeod scored for Bemidji State.
Quinnipiac 3, Nebraska-Omaha 1 — Clay Harvey, Connor Jones, and Ben Arnt scored goals to lead the No. 9 Bobcats (14-3-2) past the No. 12 Mavericks (11-8-1) in Hamden, Conn., extending their unbeaten streak to 12 games while sweeping the two-game weekend series.
Eric Hartzell stopped 28 shots for Quinnipiac, allowing only the 12th goal of the season by Ryan Walters, the nation’s leading scorer.
Holy Cross 5, Yale 4 — Brandon Nunn had two goals and an assist to lead the Crusaders (11-4-1) past the No. 15 Bulldogs (7-4-2) in Marlborough.
Kyle Fletcher, Adam Schmidt, and Shayne Stockton added goals for Holy Cross, which is off to its best start since the 2003-04 season. Nicholas Weberg had a pair of goals for Yale. It marked the Crusaders’ first-ever win over the Bulldogs in five games, and was their third win over a ranked Division 1 opponent.
Minn. State-Mankato 3, UConn 1 — Johnny McInnis scored two goals to lead the Mavericks (12-6-2) over the Huskies (5-8-2) in the championship game of the UConn Hockey Classic in Storrs.
McInnis scored twice in the second period to give MSMU the lead and Zach Palmquist added an empty-net goal with seven seconds left. Tyler Bouchard scored for UConn.
Brown 7, AIC 2 — Joe Prescott scored two goals as the Bears (4-6-4) rolled over the Yellow Jackets (4-10-3) at the UConn Hockey Classic.
Brown also got goals from Mark Hourihan, Matt Lorito, Brandon Pfeil, Nick Lappin, and Massimo Lamacchia. Richard Leitner and Brandon Fagerheim scored for AIC.
Vermont 6, Princeton 3 — The Catamounts (6-8-4) rallied from a two-goal deficit to beat the Tigers (3-7-4) in the championship game of the Catamount Cup in Burlington, Vt.
Anthony DeCenzo and Jacob Fallon each had a goal and an assist for Vermont. Mike Ambrosia had a goal and an assist for Princeton.
Union 4, Merrimack 1 — Daniel Ciamini broke a 1-1 tie with 6:30 left to lead the Dutchman (9-4-4) over the Warriors (6-8-4) in the Catamount Cup. Brian Christie scored for Merrimack.
UMass-Lowell 3, Bentley 2 — Ryan McGrath scored a pair of goals to lead the River Hawks (7-7-1) over the Falcons (6-9-1) in Lowell. Stephen Buco also scored for UMass-Lowell. Brett Gensler and Andrew Gladiuk scored for Bentley.