College Hockey:
Umland, Riedel lead St. Thomas past Wisconsin-Stevens Point in NCAA quarterfinals

STEVENS POINT, Wis. — Courtney Umland scored twice, and Alise Riedel made 30 saves as St. Thomas earned a spot in the NCAA semifinals with a 5-0 victory over Wisconsin-Stevens Point on Friday.

Umland put the Tommies ahead in the first period and added an empty-net goal for a 4-0 lead.

Paige Baldwin, Karina Marette and Rachel Friberg also scored for St. Thomas (20-5-3).

Janna Beilke-Skoug stopped 33 shots for the Pointers (19-6-4).

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