COLLEGE HOCKEYLake Superior St 3 - NMU 0MICHIGAN 1 - Ferris St 1 (Michigan wins shootout)MIAMI 4 - Ohio St 2NOTRE DAME 4 - Bowling Green 1Miami wins regular season titleNMU visits Michigan for first round of CCHA PlayoffsLSSU hosts Bowling Green in first round of CCHA Playoffs
Michigan Tech 5 - SAINT CLOUD ST 1
mhsaa.com HS HOCKEY - Regional FinalsD-2 Saginaw Heritage 2 - Escanaba 1D-3 Houghton 5 - Hancock 2Houghton meets Sault Ste. Marie Wednesday, March 6, at Marquette in a quarterfinal.
STATE INDIVIDUAL WRESTLING FINALS - at Auburn HillsThe Upper Peninsula had two champions crowned, both from St. IgnaceD-4 Galloway Thurston at 171 pounds...his second state titleD-4 Joe Ostman at 215 pounds...his third state titleThe Upper Peninsula had two runners-up.D-3 Menominee's Chris Briar lost to Leslie's Zehlin Storr at 135 pounds in a 7-3 decision.D-4 St. Ignace's Richard Bentley lost a 7-0 decision to Hudson's Cole Weaver at 130 pounds.Both Storr and Weaver completed undefeated seasons.STATE INDIVIDUAL BOWLING FINALSD-3 at JacksonIshpeming had three bowlers qualify for the sweet 16 round.Tyler Windahl won his first match, but lost in the quarterfinals by one pin to the eventual state champion.Matt Kilberg won his first match, but he also lost in the quarterfinals.Kaytlynne Carlson won her first match, but she also lost in the quarterfinals to the eventual state champion.In Division Two Boys Sault Ste. Marie's Nick Beatty also lost in the quarterfinals to the eventual state champion.In Division Four Boys St. Ignace's Jake Dodds lost in the round of 16.HS COMPETITIVE CHEER - at Grand RapidsDivision Four1. Michigan Center2. Pewamo Westphalia5. Munising7. Iron Mountain8. Manistique
GLIAC BASKETBALLMTU MEN 72 - Northern Michigan 48MTU WOMEN 71 - Northern Michigan 58LSSU MEN 72 - Wayne St 70Wayne St Women 80 - LSSU 66GLIAC MEN'S BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (Courtesy GLIAC)Wayne State University, Michigan Technological University and the University of Findlay all tied for the GLIAC Championship, each finishing with a league record of 16-6. Wayne State earned the top seed in the tournament through the GLIAC's tiebreaker system and will host No. 8 seed Lake Superior State University at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Mar. 6.
Michigan Tech earned the No. 2 seed and will host seventh-seeded Northwood University on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. Findlay is the South Division Champ and the No. 3 seed in the tournament. The Oilers will welcome No. 6 seed Ferris State University at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Grand Valley State University garnered the No. 4 seed and will host No. 5 Hillsdale College in quarterfinal play.
The 2013 GLIAC Men's Basketball Tournament Semifinals will be hosted by the top remaining seed after quarterfinal play on Saturday, Mar. 9. The Tournament final will be played at the same site on Sunday, Mar. 10. (Game times are TBD).GLIAC WOMEN'S BAKETBALL TOURNAMENT (Courtesy: GLIAC)Ashland, which also claimed the 2013 GLIAC South Division title, will host the No. 8 seed Northern Michigan University at 7:00 p.m. in the tournament's opening round on Wednesday.
In other quarterfinal action, No. 2 University of Findlay will host seventh-seeded Saginaw Valley State University at 8:00 p.m., No. 3 Wayne State University welcomes No. 6 Ferris State University at 8:00 p.m., while No. 5 Grand Valley State University will visit Michigan Technological University at 7:30 p.m.
The 2013 GLIAC Women's Basketball Tournament Semifinals will be hosted by the top remaining seed after quarterfinal play on Saturday, Mar. 9. The Tournament final will be played at the same site on Sunday, Mar. 10. (Game times are TBD).