Live video streaming as Golden Knights women's hockey goes for first ever NCAA title at 3 PM
Sunday, March 23, 2014 - 10:08 am

Striving for the University's first-ever NCAA National Championship in any sport, the Clarkson Women's Hockey team will battle two-time defending National Champion University of Minnesota in the 2014 Frozen Four Championship game on Sunday afternoon.

The Golden Knights, who defeated Mercyhurst 5-1 in Friday's semifinal game, will face off against the Golden Gophers at 3:00 p.m. at the High Points Solutions ArenaThe Golden Knights, who were jubilant after their NCAA semifinal win over Mercyhurst on Friday, are looking for one more game-ending celebration on Sunday - photo by Ting-Li WangThe Golden Knights, who were jubilant after their NCAA semifinal win over Mercyhurst on Friday, are looking for one more game-ending celebration on Sunday - photo by Ting-Li Wang at the TD Bank Sports Center on the campus of Quinnipiac University. Minnesota (38-1-1) advances for their third consecutive showing in the national title game after defeating Wisconsin 5-3 in the other semifinal contest. The Knights and Minnesota are the only two teams in Division I women's hockey to reach the 30-win mark this season, and this is the first time Clarkson has ever won more than 28 games.

The Green and Gold stand at 30-5-5 overall and won the ECAC Hockey regular season title with a 16-2-4 conference mark. The Knights are 5-1 in postseason action this year with their only playoff blemish being a 1-0 loss to Cornell in the ECAC Hockey Tournament Championship game on March 9 at Cheel Arena.

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