Student athletes’ roads to recovery

Behind the spotlight are numerous athletes that deal with severe injuries, hoping to soon be able to contribute to their teams’ success.

Newest coaching addition to the UAA hockey staff

After threats of program cuts, minimal success and dismissing of previous coaches, UAA hockey head coach Matt Curley is aiming to build a strong...

Big Ten Hockey conference will have negative ripple effect

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.

College hockey realignment carousel keeps on spinning

The revolving door of the college hockey world saw another two teams relocate this past week to new conferences. Leaving the WCHA is the St. Cloud State Huskies, a program who had sated in the conference since the 1990-91season. The Huskies are headed to the newly formed National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) after they received an official invite to join the new super-conference that had seen five WCHA teams commit to playing beginning in the 2013-14 season.

Seawolves, Wildcats each pick up a win

Friday night the University of Anchorage Alaska faced off against the Northern Michigan University Wildcats. The ‘Wolves and Wildcats would both pick up a victory in the weekends two game series. Friday night would belong to the Wildcats, as they beat the Seawolves 3-1. The first goal of the game scored by NMU’s Mitch Jones, his goal came at 11:27. The Seawolves would tie the game at 14:35 with a goal scored by Dylan Hubbs.

Athletes and supporters honored in 2017 Seawolf Hall of Fame

Since 2010, the University of Alaska Anchorage’s Athletic Department has recognized former exemplary athletes and long-time contributors by inducting them to the Seawolf Hall...

Nanooks clinch Governor’s Cup, 3-2 loss in Friday’s game

Seawolves give up two power play goals in 3-2 loss

Seawolves sink Lakers’ ship

UAA bounces back, drops anchor on Lakers late in third

Seawolves tie the No.2-ranked Golden Gophers

One does not often hear a herd of battle-prepared gophers howling at a pack of wild Seawolves, but the No. 2 ranked Golden Gophers from the University of Minnesota had every reason to whine Nov. 10 when the scoreboard read 2-2 at the end of the third period.

‘Wolves look for revenge in 18th annual Governor’s Cup

Photo by Patrick McCormick It’s time for the UAA Seawolves and UAF Nanooks to rekindle their rivalry and battle it out for the 18th annual...

Search for new hockey coach down to final four

After a “rigorous search process” directed by Dr. Steve Cobb, the UAA Athletics Department has nailed its coaching choices down to four men: Chris Brown, Michael Corbett, Gary Heenan, and Damon Whitten.

Gov. Cup gets an early start at the Sullivan Arena

The Seawolves and Nanooks faced off in the first of three rounds of the annual tradition

UAA will be tested early in 2010 Classic

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...

UAA hits road against Duluth

The Seawolf hockey team is ready to open the book on the 2010-11 WCHA campaign as they go to battle with the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. UAA...

Seawolves surrender to bad bounces lose pair at home to MSU

The UAA Hockey team got a cruel reminder of just how unfair the game of hockey can be this past weekend. A pair of fluke goals turned out to be the game winners for Minnesota State as they took a 3-2 win on Feb. 10.