September 1, 2015
WASHINGTON (AP) - To Boston University, it must feel as though it got to celebrate this NCAA hockey championship twice.
Trailing by two goals with less than a minute left in regulation, the top-seeded Terriers stormed back to force overtime, then beat Miami (Ohio) 4-3 on a goal that went in off a RedHawks player in the extra session Saturday night.
Colby Cohen was credited with the winning goal on a slap shot that ricocheted off defenseman Kevin Roeder 11:47 into OT and gave BU its fifth national hockey title - and first since 1995.
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