Tatum Skaggs scored at 4:25 of overtime to give No. 3 Ohio State a 1-0 victory over No. 1 Wisconsin in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association championship game on Sunday in Minneapolis.


It’s the first WCHA title for Ohio State, which was making its second championship-game appearance.


It was second overtime winner in two days for Skaggs, a junior whose OT goal beat Minnesota 4-3 on Saturday.


Jincy Dunne had the primary assist on Skaggs’ goal.


Andrea Braendli made 41 saves for Ohio State (24-8-6), which had 26 shots on goal. Her 20 season victories are a program record. She also had an assist on the winning goal.


The loss dropped Wisconsin’s record to 28-5-3.