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Utica Men’s Hockey Gets First-Ever Bid Into NCAA Tournament

(Courtesy of Utica College)

The Utica College Men’s Hockey team earned their first-ever bid on Sunday night into the Division III NCAA Tournament.  Utica advanced to the quarterfinal round of the tournament and will host a game on Saturday night at 7pm at the Utica Memorial Auditorium.  Utica will play the winner of Wednesday night’s preliminary round.

Tickets go on sale Monday at noon at the Auditorium or through Ticketmaster on a first come first serve basis.  During the day, the Boys Sectional Hockey Tournament is on tap at the Aud, so all fan will be required to exit the building, and then re-enter with tickets for the NCAA game.  This process is required by the NCAA.

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