Wesleyan ousts Panther men’s hockey

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. — Second-seeded host Wesleyan on Saturday defeated the No. 7 Middlebury College men’s hockey team, 4-1, in a NESCAC quarterfinal match, ending the Panthers’ season.
Middlebury finished at 8-13-4, doubling its win total of a year ago, and made the postseason for the first time in three winters. The 16-7-2 Cardinals moved to this coming weekend’s league final four.
The Panthers outshot Wesleyan, 31-23, but Wesleyan netminder Tim Sestak made 31 saves. Wesleyan took the lead in the first on a Spencer Fox rebound goal, in the second on a Jordan Rose blast and a Walker Harris rebound strike, and in the third on a Tyler Wyatt goal.
Michael Fahie one-timed a pass from Kamil Tkaczuk home at 5:58 of the third to make it 4-1. Panther goalie Brian Ketchabaw made 18 saves.

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