Scoring Siblings

     When Hamline University of St. Paul won the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference men’s hockey regular-season title for the first time in 60 years Saturday, junior center Dustin Fulton played a major role.
      The brother of Minnesota Duluth sophomore Jordan Fulton, had the game-winning goal and three assists as Hamline rallied to beat St. John’s 6-5 at the National Hockey Center in St. Cloud, Minn., after winning 4-1 Friday in St. Paul (when Fulton had a goal and an assist). St. John’s is coached by former UMD forward John Harrington.
      Dustin Fulton, a team captain, leads Hamline’s scoring with 20-26-46 in 25 games and, in three seasons, has 105 points in 75 games. Freshman forrward Austin Tavis of Grand Rapids is also on the Hamline team.
     On Wednesday,co-captains Fulton and Joe Long of Hamline were named MIAC co-players of
the year.
     Hamline (15-6-4) is home for an MIAC playoff semifinal game this Saturday against the Thursday winner of St. John’s and Gustavus Adolphus. St. Thomas (ranked No. 8 in Division III) is home against Bethel in the other semifinal game.
      St. Olaf College of Northfield, Minn., finished its season 9-12-4, and was led in scoring by junior right winger Nick Stalock, 15-9-24 in 25 games, the brother of UMD goalie Alex Stalock.