College Hockey:
Air Force Pounds AIC, 8-2

Serratore Notches 100th Career Victory

— Brian Gornick and Shane Saum each scored two goals as the Air Force Academy completed a sweep of the American International Yellowjackets and gave head coach Tom Serratore his 100th career victory.

After ending the first period tied at two goals apiece, the Falcons pulled away with four goals in the second period and two more in the third.

Air Force outshot AIC, 57-15, and moved to 2-0 for the first the first time since 1983-84.

Air Force will next play in the Quinnipiac Cup against Fairfield next Friday evening and the Yellowjackets will host MAAC rival Sacred Heart in a non conference game next Friday.

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    you talked way too much about BC. they got rocked by a WCHA team. not a surprise.

  • NDFangasm

    Lay off other Sioux fans. Who cares if they talk more about BC or any other team. I personally like hearing about how BC got steam rolled by the WCHA’s 5th best team. The Sioux would have beaten them 12-1. Let’s just hope for a clean well officiated Frozen Four.

  • achybreaky

    The headline says Frozen Four 2011, What does Boston College have to do with the Frozen Four?

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