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UW-Stevens Point men's hockey wins D3 titleSubmitted: 03/23/2019
Andrew Goldstein
Andrew Goldstein
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agoldstein@wjfw.com

UW-Stevens Point men's hockey wins D3 title
STEVENS POINT - Steven Quagliata's overtime goal clinched an undefeated season for the UW-Stevens Point Panthers and a Division III national title.

UWSP defeated Norwich, 3-2.




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