'Saders, Jackets all tied up.



Holy Cross 4, AIC 4: Tom Mele scored the equalizer with 11:18 left to help the Yellow Jackets (1-3-1, 1-1-1 Atlantic Hockey) earn a tie and three points in their home-and-home series with the Crusaders (2-3-1, 2-1-1).

Brodie Sheahan's power-play goal gave HC a 4-3 lead at 7:59 of the third period, but Mele scored 43 seconds later. Everett Sheen's fourth goal of the season had pulled the Crusaders even, 3-3, at 5:16.

Goals by Erik Vos and Jordan Cyr gave HC a 2-0 lead 13:12 into the game, but AIC responded with three straight.

Thomas Tysowsky made 25 saves for the Crusaders, Dan Ramirez 41 for the Yellow Jackets.


Elms 2, Becker 1: Steve Aroujo scored for the Hawks (3-16-1, 2-5) in a New England Collegiate Conference game in Chicopee.

Framingham State 3, Fitchburg State 2: The Falcons (6-9-2, 2-4-1) failed to qualify for the MASCAC Tournament after losing at home.

Juniors Robbie Pacini and Lionso Ventura of Westminster scored for Fitchburg State, while Jason Silva of Northbridge scored for the Rams (8-8-2, 5-1-1).

Holy Cross 2, American 0: Junior defender Tom Van Grinsven scored the eventual winning goal, his first career goal, to lead the Crusaders (5-10, 3-3 Patriot League) past the visiting Eagles (9-4-2, 4-1-1).

Senior keeper Thomas Booth made one save en route to his 14th career shutout.

Wentworth 1, Nichols 0: Brendan Hamilton made six saves, but the Bison (12-7) fell to the host Leopards (11-8) in overtime in a Commonwealth Coast Conference quarterfinal.

Wheaton 2, WPI 0: Junior Yuri Moreira of Marlboro scored two second-half goals in a 7:48 span in the Lyons' NEWMAC win in Norton.

Wheaton finished the regular season 16-3-1 (5-1), WPI 9-6-1 (2-3-1).


Becker 7, Newbury 0: Caroline Plunkett had four goals, Alexandra Fernandes two and Catherine Millette one as the Hawks (10-7, 5-3 NECC) won at home.

Endicott 3, Nichols 0: Commonwealth Coast Conference Player of the Year Caitlin Flynn factored in on all three goals as the Gulls (15-4) defeated Nichols (10-9) in a conference tournament quarterfinal in Beverly.

Fitchburg State 3, Framingham State 0: Sophomore Lindsay Taylor scored two first-half goals to lead the visiting Falcons (5-11, 3-4 MASCAC) past the Rams (5-11-1, 1-5-1). The loss eliminated the Falcons from the MASCAC Tournament contention.

Seniors Emily Swan and Kyla Batchleder combined to make six saves to post the shutout for Fitchburg State.

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