Minnesota State University defeated Ferris State University in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s Broadmoor Trophy Championship game in Grand Rapids, Mich. Minnesota State freshman Michael Huntebrinker scored the first goal of the game at 9:13 of the first period.
With Ferris State trailing 1-0, Minnesota State added another goal at 13:50 of the first period. Junior Brett Stern scored the goal and gave MSU the lead 2-0. This was also the game-winning goal.
In the second period Ferris State scored a goal at 19:42 of the period. Scored by freshman Gerald Mayhew, the goal pulled Ferris State within one goal of MSU. In the third period MSU scored two goals to secure the victory over Ferris State, scored by sophomores Brett Knowles and Teddy Blueger.
MSU freshman goaltender Cole Huggins was named WCHA Final Five Most Valuable Player. MSU will represent the WCHA in the NCAA Division 1 Tournament this weekend.