Sean Merriman, web editor, March 26, 2016

Michigan's magical season came to an end on Saturday as the Wolverines fell to North Dakota, 5-2, in a NCAA Midwest Regional Final game.

J.T. Compher scored both goals for Michigan, while Tyler Motte added two assists in the loss.

The Wolverines finish their season with a final record of 25-8-5.

With the victory, North Dakota will advance to the Frozen Four. This will be the Fighting Hawks' 22nd appearance in the Frozen Four.

We tracked the game from start to finish and posted the top tweets below.

Catch up on all the action.

North Dakota 5, Michigan 2: BOX | PBP | RECAP