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| 2001 NCAA Division I Men's|
Ice Hockey Tournament
2001 Frozen Four logo
|Finals Site|| Pepsi Arena|
Albany, New York
|Champions||Boston College (2nd title)|
|Runner-Up||North Dakota (11th title game)|
|Semifinalists|| Michigan (20th Frozen Four)|
Michigan State (10th Frozen Four)
|Winning Coach||Jerry York (2nd title)|
|MOP||Chuck Kobasew Boston College|
| NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournaments
The final event was played at Pepsi Arena, Albany, New York. Boston College, coached by Jerry York, won its first national title since 1949 by defeating North Dakota, 3-2, in overtime on April 7 on a goal scored by sophomore forward Krys Kolanos just 4:43 into the extra session. The Eagles had advanced to the title game after a 4-2 victory over Michigan in one semifinal on April 5, while the national runners-up Fighting Sioux, coached by Dean Blais, shut out Michigan State, 2-0, in the other semifinal earlier that day.
BC, which finished the season with a record of 33-8-2, earned its first NCAA hockey crown in 52 years by besting the three schools that had eliminated it in the three previous Frozen Fours: Maine (1999); Michigan (1998) and; North Dakota (2000).
- Boston College
- Colorado College
- St. Lawerence
- Michigan State
- St. Cloud State
- North Dakota
March 23- 24
March 24- 25
|East Regional||E4||Colorado College||1|
|E3||Colorado College||3**||E2||North Dakota||4|
- 2nd Overtime
For more detailed information see 2001 Frozen Four
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