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Hauswirth’s team wins national title

May 12, 2008
The Mining Journal
MARQUETTE — Former Marquette Ranger Jake Hauswirth scored a goal to help boost the Omaha Lancers to a 4-3 overtime victory at home Saturday over the Waterloo Black Hawks to claim the United States Hockey League’s Clark Cup and the Tier I National Championship.


Hauswirth, who has committed to play college hockey at Michigan Tech University, scored the game’s opening goal for the Lancers, a team that from the preseason through the postseason played (and won) more games than any team in the USHL (80), according to ushl.com.


Hauswirth’s goal at 17:19 of the first period was his second of the final series, which went the full five games.


Hauswirth, a native of Merrill, Wis., played for the Rangers in 2006-07.


Former Rangers head coach Leigh Mendelson is an assistant coach with the Lancers.
 
 

 

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