Weekend wrap: March 12

No. 1 Wisconsin 7, No. 8 Robert Morris 0
Six different Badgers scored en route to the 7-0 win. Freshman defenseman Mekenzie Steffen ended up with the game-winner as well as two assists. Emily Clark scored twice and Sarah Nurse continued her torrid postseason with a goal and two assists. Ann-Renée Desbiens  made 22 saves and earned her 16th shutout of the season. The Badgers will face Boston College in the first semifinal on Friday at 5 p.m.

No. 7 Cornell 1, No. 2 Clarkson 3
This game was all Loren Gabel — she had the hat trick to lead Clarkson to the Frozen Four. Lenka Serdar was the lone goal scorer for the Big Red. Ella Shelton and Geneviève Bannon each had two assists for the Golden Knights. Clarkson will face Minnesota in the second semifinal on Friday at 8 p.m.

No. 4 Boston College 6, No. 6 St. Lawrence 0
Kenzie Kent scored just before the end of the first and that ended up being the game-winner. She also tallied two assists. Six different Eagles scored and Katie Burt made 24 saves in the shutout.

No. 5 Minnesota 1, at No. 3 Minnesota-Duluth 0
Patti Marshall scored just her third goal of the season to help the Gophers edge rivals Minnesota Duluth. Sidney Peters made 25 saves in the shutout. Kelly Pannek and Sarah Potomak assisted on the goal.


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