Steven Whitney scored twice, and Boston College beat Ferris State 4-1 on Saturday night for its fifth NCAA hockey title and third in five seasons.
"You can't buy one of these championships," Eagles coach Jerry York said. "You have to earn them. And this team definitely earned it."
Boston College (33-10-1) finished with a 19-game winning streak, outscoring its opponents 77-21 during that span. Ferris State (26-12-5) was making its first Frozen Four appearance.
Eagles goalie Parker Milner, selected the Frozen Four's Most Outstanding Player, made 27 of his 33 saves in the final two periods.
"It's hard to put it into words because everyone did their part and we came together as a team," Milner said. "You don't do this without contributions from everyone and that's what we got."
Paul Carey broke a tie with a power-play goal midway through the first period, redirecting Brian Dumoulin's blast from the left point to make it 2-1.
Johnny Gaudreau also scored for Boston College.