MANCHESTER, N.H. – New Hampshire fell behind 53 seconds into the game, tied it one minute later and was in control the rest of the way.

Kevin Goumas scored twice and goalie Matt DiGirolamo recovered from an early lapse as the Wildcats upset top-seeded Miami 3-1 on Saturday in the NCAA tournament’s Northeast Regional.

Captain Mike Sislo also scored for the Wildcats (22-10-6), breaking a 1-all tie early in the third period, and DiGirolamo carried UNH the rest of the way. He finished with 21 saves and had plenty of help from his teammates, who blocked 20 shots as the Wildcats stymied Miami (23-10-6) and ended the RedHawks’ seven-game winning streak.

New Hampshire will play Notre Dame today in the regional final.

NOTRE DAME 4, MERRIMACK 3: Anders Lee scored his second goal of the game 5:18 into overtime and Notre Dame (24-13-5) rallied from a pair of two-goal deficits to beat Merrimack (25-10-4) at Manchester, N.H.

NORTH DAKOTA 6, RPI 0: Brad Malone scored a pair of goals and the Sioux advanced to the regional final against Denver at Green Bay, Wis.

After a back-and-forth first period, North Dakota (31-8-3) broke it open in the second, scoring four goals in a span of about 13 minutes, and RPI (20-13-5) never recovered.

DENVER 3, WESTERN MICHIGAN 2: Jason Zucker scored off the rebound of his own shot 11:14 into the second overtime to lift Denver to a first-round win at Green Bay, Wis.

Trevor Elias scored at 3:32 of the third as Western Michigan (19-13-10) led 2-0. But Denver’s Kyle Ostrow got the Pioneers (25-11-5) within one with a power-play goal at 15:31, and Matt Donovan scored 2:07 later to tie it.

MINNESOTA-DULUTH 5, YALE 3: Mike Connolly scored a short-handed goal and had three assists as Minnesota-Duluth beat top-seeded Yale to earn a trip to the Frozen Four.

Kenny Reiter made 30 saves for UMD (24-10-6), which had four second-period goals, three on the power play.

MICHIGAN 2, COLORADO COLLEGE 1: In St. Louis, Scooter Vaughan and Lee Moffie gave the Wolverines a 2-0 lead and goalie Shawn Hunwick made it stick as Michigan moved on to the Frozen Four. The Wolverines (28-10-4) outshot the Pioneers (23-18-3) 43-21 to pick up the win.