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Boston University dominates, reaches first final

Boston University's offensive depth was too much for Cornell to handle, and the Terriers became the first Hockey East Association school to reach the national championship game with a 4-1 victory on Friday.

Updated: March 19, 2011, 5:56 PM ET
By Annie Maroon

ERIE, Pa. -- In a matchup between a high-scoring Boston University offense and a stingy Cornell University defense, BU's offensive depth prevailed, as the Terriers beat the Big Red 4-1 to advance to the first women's hockey NCAA championship game in school history.

With goals from four different players, Boston University became the first team from the Hockey East Association to reach the national championship game. This year is the first time the Terriers have advanced beyond the ...

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