College Hockey:
Jaeger, Wisconsin-Stevens Point blank St. Thomas for spot in NCAA semifinals

MENDOTA HEIGHTS, Minn. — Alex Kromm, Kyle Brodie and Garrett Ladd scored third-period goals for Wisconsin-Stevens Point, which beat St. Thomas 3-0 on Saturday in the NCAA quarterfinals.

Brandon Jaeger made 25 saves for the Pointers (21-5-2), who earned their first national semifinal appearance since 1998.

Kromm broke a scoreless tie 6:17 into the third period, and Brodie followed less than five minutes later.

Ladd made it three goals in 6:05 for the Pointers.

Drew Fielding stopped 24 shots for the Tommies (21-5-2).

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