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Friday NCAA Frozen Four Regional Semis

Some upsets already on the first day of the NCAA Frozen Four Regional Semi games in Albany, NY and Colorado Springs, CO.

Clarkson upsets St Cloud State 2-1 in the afternoon East Regional semi game. Details at NCAA.com here.

Notre Dame upsets West Regional top-seed New Hampshire, 7-3 in the first game in Colorado Springs. Notre Dame found their scoring touch at the right time. If you did not catch the action on ESPN360, it will be broadcast tonight at 1 AM ET on ESPNU following the Michigan State-Colorado College game. NCAA Gametracker results here.

In the later games, East Regional top-seed Michigan currently leads Niagara 2-0 after two periods. Michigan State and Colorado College starts at 10 PM ET.

Updates on these games later. Gametracker available at NCAA.com here.

Friday scores at ESPNU here. Check for results of each regional at ESPNU here. NCAA.com scoreboard here.

Winners play Saturday night live on EPSNU. East Regional Final at 7 PM ET. West Regional Regional Final at 10 PM ET.

Update 28 March 2008 10 PM ET

Michigan defeats Niagara, 5-1. Kevin Porter of Michigan scores 4 goals as top-seed Michigan advances to play Clarkston tomorrow evening.

Update 29 March 2008 7:15 AM ET

Defending Champion Michigan State defeats host Colorado College, 3-1. NCAA.com story here. Notre Dame-New Hampshire story here. Michigan States plays Notre Dame this evening at 10 PM ET.

Preview of Clarkson-Michigan game at ESPNU here.

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