Daniel Ciampini scored two goals and added two assists to lead visiting Union over the No. 4-ranked Harvard men’s hockey team, 5-4, Friday.
Ciampini opened the scoring for the Dutchmen (13-10-2, 5-7-1 ECAC) just 21 seconds into the first period.
Kyle Criscuolo tied the game at 2:47 and the Crimson (12-5-2, 8-4-2) went ahead in the first minute of the second period on a goal by Jake Horton. But Union scored three times in the second, with Ciampini’s second goal giving the Dutchmen a 4-3 lead at 10:05.
Mike Vecchione extended the lead at 12:10 of the third, on an assist from Ciampini. Harvard, which outshot Union, 30-26, closed within one on Victor Newell’s score at 19:09.
Jimmy Vesey extended his point streak to 19 games with a goal and two assists, while Criscuolo and Tyler Moy each recorded two points to lead the Crimson offense.
Merrimack 2, UMass-Lowell 1 — Marc Biega scored the winner at 13:42 of the second as the No. 19 Warriors (14-8-3, 5-6-2 Hockey East) edged the 10th-ranked River Hawks (15-8-3, 8-5-2) in North Andover. Lowell closed within 1 on Adam Chapie’s goal at 4:39 of the third but couldn’t get the equalizer past Merrimack goalie Rasmus Tirronen, who had 51 saves.
BC 3, Providence 2 — Freshman Zach Sanford scored at 10:52 of the third period to lift the host Eagles (16-8-2, 9-5-2 Hockey East) over the Friars (16-9-1, 8-6-0). It was the fifth goal of the season for Sanford, who added an assist. Alex Tuch also had a goal and an assist.
Yale 4, Princeton 0 — The 16th-ranked Eli (12-6-2, 7-5-1 ECAC) scored four times in the second and went on to shut out the visiting Tigers (3-15-1, 1-12-0).
Quinnipiac 5, Brown 3 — Freshman Landon Smith scored a hat trick to lead the No. 18 Bobcats (16-8-1, 11-2-0 ECAC) over the host Bears (4-16-0, 1-12-0).
Dartmouth 3, Rensselaer 1 — The Big Green (8-8-4, 5-6-1 ECAC) took a 2-0 lead in the first and Kyle Nickerson’s shorthanded goal in the third completed a victory over the Engineers (9-18-1, 7-7-0) in Hanover, N.H.
UConn 2, Maine 1 — Freshman Spencer Naas scored at 4:40 of overtime to lift the visiting Huskies (8-12-5, 5-6-2 Hockey East) over the Black Bears (10-16-1, 5-8-0).
UNH 5, Notre Dame 2 — Senior Matt Willows and freshman Andrew Poturalski each scored twice to lead the visiting Wildcats (9-14-2, 4-8-1 Hockey East) over the Irish (10-14-3, 5-5-3).
BC 4, Providence 2 — Freshman Kenzie Kent and juniors Haley Skarupa and Alex Carpenter all recorded multi-point games as the No. 1 Eagles (25-0-1, 16-0-0 Hockey East) topped the host Friars (6-17-4, 5-9-1). Skarupa had a pair of goals, including the winner on a power play at 12:00 of the third. Carpenter extended her point streak to 24 games.
Harvard 2, Quinnipiac 1 — Sydney Daniels scored at 3:26 of overtime to lift the No. 4 Crimson (15-3-2, 12-2-1 ECAC) over the fifth-ranked host Bobcats (20-4-3, 11-2-2). It was the fifth winner of the season for Daniels. Emerance Maschmayer had 26 saves for Harvard, and Chelsea Laden had 16 for Quinnipiac.
Northeastern 4, Vermont 3 — Junior Kendall Coyne scored twice to pace the Huskies (8-13-4, 7-8-1 Hockey East) past the host Catamounts (11-6-1, 2-13-0).
Arizona 57, Oregon State 34 — T.J. McConnell had a career-high eight steals to spark a smothering defensive performance by the No. 6 Wildcats. Arizona (20-2, 8-1 Pac-12) limited the Beavers to 28 percent shooting in earning its 34th straight home win.
Florida State 82, Georgia Tech 62 — Adut Bulgak had 12 points and nine rebounds to lead No. 9 Florida State (20-2, 7-1 ACC) over the host Yellow Jackets, extending the Seminoles’ winning streak to seven games.
Arizona State 68, Colorado 60 — Sophie Brunner and Katie Hempen scored 15 points each, combining for 21 in the second half, and the No. 11 Sun Devils (19-2, 8-2 Pac 12) defeated the host Buffaloes (9-11, 2-7).