Jeffers was awarded the MVP for the game, with two goals and one assist. The Lions started strong in the first period, tacking on two goals around the halfway point, but Central Oklahoma quickly battled back to head into intermission with the score being 2-2. Burnham went 19-of-22 on saves, besting Central Oklahomas Benjamin Kelsch with 35-of-43.. Required fields are marked *. period, tacking on two goals around the halfway point, but Central Oklahoma quickly battled back to head into intermission with the score being 2-2. Five straight goals by Lindenwood ultimately sealed the deal and gave the Lions their fourth title as they won 8-3. Defender Caleb Price led the Lions in assists with three total. ); The use of software that blocks ads hinders our ability to serve you the content you came here to enjoy. Florida Gulf Coast would respond though, scoring 2 goals near the end of the second period to take a 2-1 lead over UMary. Every day is a great day for hockey is a common phrase heard around the St. Louis metro area. Copyright 2022 Indiana Tech 1600 East Washington Blvd. Forward Kyle Jeffers scored the lone goal in the second. Get the Android Weather app from Google Play. ACHA Men's Division I National Championship. Lindenwood had home-ice advantage throughout the tournament with it taking place at the Centene Community Ice Center. ); : A FGCU penalty for hooking would get UMary on the power play early in the third period though, and theyd take advantage as their very own John Witzke would net one to tie the game at 2 apiece. Im incredibly proud of these guys and very honored to be a part of this journey.. Copyright 2022 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. period, putting Lindenwood up 3-2 heading into the final period. They entered the competition as the No. Your email address will not be published. (); :

(); : Your donation will support the student journalists who produce Lindenlink. Forward Kyle Jeffers scored the lone goal in the second period, putting Lindenwood up 3-2 heading into the final period. It is especially relevant for Lindenwood after their win over the defending champion Bronchos on Tuesday night. We ask that you consider turning off your ad blocker so we can deliver you the best experience possible while you are here. UMarys Tanner Eskro scored the first goal of the game in the second period thanks to assists from Marshall Tschidaand Derek Dropik, to go up early with about 16:30 to go in the period. UMary won the National Championship last year after defeating Iowa State, 2-0. Itd stay 2-2 to end the third period and set up overtime. The Lindenwood mens ice hockey team claimed their fourth American Collegiate Hockey Association, or ACHA, title on Tuesday night in an 8-3 win against the University of Central Oklahoma. This is the fourth national title for the Lions, and it comes in their last year competing in the ACHA. Fort Wayne, Indiana 46803, NAIA Name, Image and Likeness Legislation. The University of Mary mens hockey team defeated Florida Gulf Coast, 3-2, in a triple overtime thriller to win the 2022 ACHA Division II National Championship, their second straight title. Jessica Spivey is the Photo Editor for Lindenlink. Your contribution will help to cover our annual website hosting costs. : The Lions won the game by a final score of 8-3. This is such a tight-knit and hard-working group that came together and accomplished something that the majority of players dont get to do, starting goaltender Trent Burnham said. The mens ice hockey team lines up ahead of the ACHA Division I National Championship Game against the University of Central Oklahoma on March 15. Five straight goals by Lindenwood ultimately sealed the deal and gave the Lions their fourth title as they won 8-3. After a two scoreless overtimes, Seth Kushing forced one into the net in triple overtime to give UMary the win. Get the days Top Stories delivered to your inbox! I would like to remain anonymous. (); : (Name will only be used to verify billing.). 1998 - 2022 Nexstar Media Inc. | All Rights Reserved. Jessica is a Mass Communications major with an emphasis on Journalism, and is minoring in Digital Photography. 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