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2003 NCAA National Collegiate Women's
Ice Hockey Tournament
NCAA National Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Tournaments
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The 2003 NCAA National Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Tournament involved four schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of women's NCAA Division I college ice hockey. It began on March 21, 2003, and ended with the championship game on March 23. A total of four games were played.

Frozen Four

  National Semifinals
March 21
    National Championship
March 23
                 
  2  Harvard 6  
  3  Minnesota 1    
      2  Harvard 3
      1  Minnesota–Duluth 4**
  1  Minnesota–Duluth 5    
  4  Dartmouth 2   Consolation Game
 
3  Minnesota 2
  4  Dartmouth 4

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

Notes

  • UMD made women's hockey history as the Bulldogs won their third straight NCAA Frozen Four tournament. The Bulldogs defeated Harvard in a double overtime win 4–3.[1] The game was held in Duluth, Minnesota in front of the largest crowd in women's hockey NCAA history (5,167).[2] Nora Tallus scored the game winner 4:19 into the second overtime.

All-Tournament Team

* Most Outstanding Player(s)

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