MSU's see-saw battle finally tilts Anchorage's way

A quick start and a couple more points from Eriah Hayes could not keep MSU-Mankato from losing its fourth straight, 5-4. An Alaska-Anchorage freshman scored his first college goal for the game-winner.
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A quick start and a couple more points from Eriah Hayes could not keep MSU-Mankato from losing its fourth straight, 5-4. An Alaska-Anchorage freshman scored his first college goal for the game-winner.

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