Gophers fall to Badgers in women's hockey national championship game

It's the fifth national title for the Badgers.
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The Gopher women's hockey team fell short in Sunday's NCAA national championship game, losing to border rival Wisconsin by a score of 2-0. 

Anna Pankowski and Sophia Shaver scored goals for Wisconsin and goalie Kristen Campbell made 27 saves for the shutout. Campbell was named the tournament's most outstanding player. 

Minnesota finishes with a final record of 32-6-1, with four of the losses coming at the hands of Wisconsin. 

The Gophers and Badgers split four regular season games and Wisconsin beat the Gophers 3-1 in the WCHA Final Faceoff to win the conference tournament title March 10. 

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