The Seawolves took on the Nanooks this weekend, beating them 3-2 Friday night but failing 3-1 in Fairbanks Saturday night. In their Feb. 24 game, UAA started off slow but came forward with a barrage of shots in the second period. UAF was unable to stop their attacks, only scoring once more in the third period. After traveling to Fairbanks the Seawolves played Sat. 25 in the second Governor's Cup game.
The odd week off in the WCHA came at a bit of a strange time for the UAA Seawolves, but it may be just...
UAA has branded this chapter of Seawolf hockey as “A New Day.” The program wants to give people a reason to forget its checkered and disappointing past. A solid start to the season won’t wash away those memories, but they’re on the right track.
Matt Curley, former head coach to the EC Red Bulls Juniors team out of Salzburg, Austria, is UAA's new head hockey coach
There are many differences between Division I and Division II sports, but for hockey, those differences are very apparent.
The UAA hockey team hosted Bowling Green State University this past weekend for two consecutive games both Friday and Saturday nights. Bowling Green has won...
TNL's sports editor, Taylor Hall, gets the lowdown on one of UAA's stars on the ice, hockey player Chris Crowell, who will be playing his final year of hockey next year. TNL: First off, congrats on becoming captain. Where and how did you get the news that you being named captain and what was your reaction?
Backup goalie Jared D’Amico produces two scoreless periods before letting three past in third
The Seawolf hockey team used a late game push Friday night to turn a potential 3-1 loss into a 3-3 tie with the 14th-ranked Minnesota State Mavericks.
The Seawolves will boast a new lineup with 12 new freshmen
Though the North Dakota Fighting Sioux may have skated off with the 2010 Kendall Classic title, the UAA Seawolves were by far and away...
UAA opened Western Collegiate Hockey Association play with an away series against the 20th-ranked Bemidji State Beavers, who is undefeated in the conference.The Beavers...
The Seawolf hockey program is set to begin their regular season next week
Throughout this college hockey season, there have been whispers of a new conference coming into existence, and reshaping the landscape of the current college hockey world. As the season progressed, those whispers grew more and more tumultuous until the official announcement transformed those whispers into ear-splitting realizations. On Mar. 21, the Big Ten Conference released plans for the formation of a six-team hockey conference that would commence play in the 2012-13 season.
Anholt, Mantha, Kozun and Nicholas skate into leadership roles for UAA hockey.
Jeff Barney's big day
UAA pummeled by Gophers in season opener
The UAA Seawolves ran into a band saw this past weekend and it has left them reeling once again searching for answers. North Dakota used a pair of three-goal wins over the Seawolves at the Sullivan Arena to continue their recent return to winning form. While their winning streak grew to four straight and propelled them into a tie for fourth place in the WCHA, the host Seawolves remain in a tie for eleventh place with Minnesota State at five points in 12 league games.
The search to replace Dave Shyiak is in full effect. The first two candidates have officially wrapped up their public forums. Like athletic director Steve Cobb has stated before, the influence these events have on the upcoming decision is up in the air.
The Seawolves will clash with the Colorado College Tigers Friday and Saturday night. This is an important set of games. They are opportunities for the green and gold to salvage what has turned into a disappointing season of hockey.
With the majority of UAA's athletic teams now in season, the athletes kept busy with games, meets, training and traveling.
Check out photos from the 2013 Kendall Classic Hockey Tournament where the Seawolves battled the the Falcons and Quinnipiac.
A young UAA hockey team will get plenty of game experience when they host the 2010 Kendall Hockey Classic Oct. 8-9 at the Sullivan...
The UAA Seawolves treated fans to the school’s first Kendall Hockey Classic title since 2006 on Oct. 8 as well as the emotional rollercoaster they took to actually lift the championship gold pan when all was said and done.
How UAA tries to stay competitive in Division I recruiting
Following the last meeting between the UAA Seawolves and University of Alaska Fairbanks Nanooks at the beginning of spring semester, the clubs’ respective seasons...
This week will be the second of regular season hockey for the Seawolves. The Brice Goal Rush will take place on Saturday the Oct.16...
The UAF Nanooks entered the Wells Fargo Sports Complex Saturday night and walked out bruised green and gold. The UAA men’s basketball team defeated UAF to record their first GNAC win of the season. The night featured UAA forcing Fairbanks to turn the ball over three times consecutively within the first half. The Seawolves walked away with a 96-76 win over their in state rivals.
The Seawolves welcome eight new players to their team for the 2012-2013 hockey season.
The Seawolves asserted their early season dominance in an exhibition game against Simon Fraser on Sept. 29. After ranking No. 10 out of 10 teams...