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Sun Feb 18
Final
12 #4 Denison
10 at #20 Washington and Lee
in Lexington, Va.
Sun Feb 25
Final
11 #4 Denison
10 at #15 Stevenson
in Owings Mills, Md.
Sun Mar 04
Final
10 #17 Roanoke
11 #4 Denison
in Granville, Ohio
Wed Mar 07
Final
1 Albion
18 #3 Denison
in Granville, Ohio
Sat Mar 10
Final
2 DePauw
16 #3 Denison
in Granville, Ohio
Fri Mar 16
Final
19 #10 Amherst
13 vs. #2 Denison
@ Stevenson Univ. in Owings Mills, Md.
Sat Mar 17
Final
15 #16 Dickinson
8 vs. #2 Denison
@ Stevenson Univ. in Owings Mills, Md.
Fri Mar 23
Final
12 #9 Denison
8 at Rhodes
in Charlotte, N.C.
Tue Mar 27
Final
7 Middlebury
12 #8 Denison
in Granville, Ohio
Sat Mar 31
Final
19 #8 Denison
6 at Wittenberg
in Springfield, Ohio
Tue Apr 03
Final
0 Hiram
19 #8 Denison
in Granville, Ohio
Sat Apr 07
Final
14 #8 Denison
6 at Oberlin
in Oberlin, Ohio
Wed Apr 11
Final
5 Wooster
12 #6 Denison
in Granville, Ohio
Sun Apr 15
Final
13 #12 Ohio Wesleyan
8 #6 Denison
in Granville, Ohio
Wed Apr 18
Final
1 Kenyon
25 #11 Denison
in Granville, Ohio
Sat Apr 21
Final
24 #11 Denison
5 at Wabash
in Crawfordsville, Ind.
Wed Apr 25
Final
6 Kenyon
14 Denison
in Granville, Ohio - NCAC Tournament Semifinal
Sat Apr 28
Final
14 #11 Denison
7 at #9 Ohio Wesleyan
in Delaware, Ohio - NCAC Championship
Wed May 09
Final
9 Ill. Wesleyan
25 Denison
in Granville, Ohio - NCAA Tournament Second Round
Sat May 12
Final
11 Ohio Wesleyan
10 Denison
in Granville, Ohio - NCAA Tournament Third Round
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Convincing win over Wittenberg pushes DU to NCAC title game

Tommy Harrison had two ground balls and one caused turnover vs. Wittenberg.
Tommy Harrison had two ground balls and one caused turnover vs. Wittenberg.

Top seeded Denison rolled to an 18-3 victory over fourth-seeded Wittenberg in the semifinals of the 2014 North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament.  The win sends DU to the NCAC Tournament Championship where they will have a rematch with rival Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday (April 26) at 3 p.m. in Granville.  The victory also sets a new school record for victories in a season with 16.

Denison was sharp from the onset.  When the two teams met on April 12 in Springfield, Denison won 22-of-26 faceoff attempts and outscored the Tigers 14-8.  Tonight it was more of the same at the faceoff X as the Big Red went 22-for-24 led by sophomore Eric Baumgardner who was 17-for-19.  He also posted a game-high 12 ground balls.

DU outshot Wittenberg 60-16 as Tiger goalie Jay Dolan was busy, posting 21 saves while facing 29 shots on cage.  As usual, Denison's goals were evenly distributed as 12 different players got in the act.  Blair Farinholt led the way with three goals on four shot attempts.  Eddie Vita posted one goal and three assists, while Teddy Powell, Luke Walsh, Benjie Colberg, and Nick Caravana all scored twice for the Big Red.

Junior defenseman Drew Newman posted four ground balls and led the team with two caused turnovers.  Wittenberg was flagged for nine penalties resulting in 7:30 of penalty time for Denison.  The Big Red finished with three extra-man goals while the Tigers were 1-for-2 in man-up.

Clark Bullington made his second-straight start in goal for Denison.  He posted four saves while allowing all three Tiger goals in 45 minutes of action.  Chris Thomas played the fourth quarter and made one save.

At 16-0, this marks the best season based on won-loss record, in the 62-year history of the program.  One week ago, Denison edged Ohio Wesleyan 10-9 in their lone regular season meeting.  Saturday's NCAC Championship game between the two schools will be the 93rd meeting in the all-time series.

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