#1 Michigan Upended in Semis by #5 Arizona St.

Just under two minutes later, the Sun Devils responded on the transition, breaking Michigan's 10-man ride and scoring from out front to regain the lead at 7-6 at 3:36. U-M regained possession with two minutes left in the game, but were unable to find the back of the net despite three shot opportunities. Michigan's last chance came with just seven seconds left, but Arizona State's goalie came up with the clean save and ran the ball into the corner to work the clock down and earn the chance to take on Brigham Young in the MCLA National Championship game.

ASU outshout U-M 33-31 and won 9 of 16 faceoffs. U-M scooped up 37 groundballs compared to 36 for the Sun Devils and Michigan cleared the ball at a rate of 18 for 22, while riding the Sun Devils to 12-22 totals. U-M converted on one of their two man-up opportunities and ASU was unable to convert on any of their three man-up opportunities.

The Michigan Wolverines finished the regular season with an overall record of 18-1 and 3-0 in the CCLA.

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