Seawolves hockey head to the land of cheese to challenge on Badgers

The Seawolves are traveling down to Madison, Wis. to hit the ice against the Badgers. The University of Wisconsin currently has a record of 3-2-1...

Seawolf, Nanook basketball rivalry hits the court

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.

Sullivan Arena upgrades underway: New seats & ice

UAA’s Wells Fargo Sports Complex is not the only sporting venue in Anchorage that is undergoing changes this summer. The Sullivan Arena is also...

UAA struggles return with pair of home losses to North Dakota

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.

Meet a member of the goaltending trio

For the last four years, Olivier Mantha was the star of the UAA hockey team, setting records and winning awards. The Quebec local departed...

Five ways to get to the Governor’s Cup

Road trip For the die hard Seawolf fan and college student, this is likely the most feasible option. By inviting two buddies to come...

The Pioneers head up to challenge the Seawolves

By Damaris Craig and Lee Hall This week will find the Seawolves hockey team hosting the University of Denver Pioneers here at the Sullivan Arena....

Bowling Green beats Seawolves with first and only shot

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...

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...

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.

Weekend primer: UAA hockey takes on Michigan Tech

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.

Seawolf hockey heads into possible final season at UAA

Just weeks away from their debut, the UAA hockey team is heading into the 2019-2020 season not knowing if it will be their last. Earlier...

Lakers look to sweep with win tonight

Seawolves fall 3-2 to Lake Superior State

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.
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Keeping up with the hockey team captains

With the 2018-19 hockey season underway, the team has recently named Cam Amantea, Nils Rygaard, Nolan Nicholas and Eric Sinclair as team captains. Amantea has...

Seawolves hockey flattened 6-0 in home opener

UAA pummeled by Gophers in season opener

Governor’s Cup: Part II

Elusive Governor's Cup up for grabs this weekend

Bemidji State sweeps UAA with 5-1 win Saturday

Backup goalie Jared D’Amico produces two scoreless periods before letting three past in third

Tanner Schachle and UAA hockey look to bring Governor’s Cup back to Anchorage

Seawolf hockey forward and sophomore Tanner Schachle grew up in a UAF Nanooks household. Both of his parents, Trent and Holli Schachle, attended UAF. His...

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.

2017 Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup

With a yearly dual of UAA vs UAF hockey, the teams will battle it out once again on Feb. 24 and 25.

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...

After first round playoff exit, Aces look to rebound.

It’s a tough crowd to win over and impress up here in Anchorage. First year head coach Brent Thompson came up to the Alaska Aces...

UAA head hockey coach no longer with program

Hockey coach Dave Shyiak is parting ways with the Seawolves. In a statement released Friday, the athletics department confirmed a search committee has been appointed and is considering national applicants to fill the position.
Corey Renwick challenges a UAF player at Governor’s Cup. Photo by Skip Hickey.

UAA and UAF hockey wrap up the Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup

The UAA hockey team spent the first weekend of March competing in the Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup at the Sullivan Arena. They played two...

UAA head hockey coach released from position

After five seasons, Matt Thomas’ contract will not be renewed

Beavers spoil senior sendoff, sweep Seawolves

The UAA Hockey team played in two different types of games this past weekend against the Bemidji State Beavers. One was a low-scoring affair where scoring chances were at a premium. The other, a wide-open and high-scoring contest in which both teams had chances aplenty.