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Renwick goal gives UAA extra point in 1-1 hockey tie against Michigan Tech

For the second straight game, the UAA hockey team won a sudden-death shootout to earn an extra point in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association standings.

The Seawolves skated to a 1-1 tie with Michigan Tech on Friday night at Sullivan Arena, but earned the extra point on a Corey Renwick goal in the fifth round of the shootout.

UAA also earned a shootout win after a 3-3 tie at Alabama-Huntsville on Saturday.

Seawolves goalie Olivier Mantha stopped 38 Michigan Tech shots in regulation and two overtime periods and all five shots in the shootout. Michigan Tech goaltender Patrick Munson stopped 15 shots in the game and four shootout attempts.

The Huskies (5-6-3, 3-5-3 WCHA) took an early lead on a Thomas Beretta goal two minutes into the first, but failed to get past Mantha the rest of the game.

UAA (1-7-3, 1-2-2) evened the score on an Austin Azurdia goal late in the first period.

Senior defenseman Jarrett Brown stole the puck near the Huskies blue line and flipped it to center Jonah Renouf, who found Azurdia flying up the left side and the senior winger skated in and scored through the five-hole.

It was Azurdia's fourth straight game with a goal and he leads UAA with 6-4—10 totals through 11 games.

With the two points, UAA moves up from a tie for eighth to a tie for seventh in the conference standings with Alabama-Huntsville and Ferris State.

Michigan Tech is third.

The Seawolves and Huskies battle again at 7:07 p.m., Saturday, at Sullivan Arena.

Renwick goal gives UAA extra point in 1-1 hockey tie against Michigan Tech

For the second straight game, the UAA hockey team won a sudden-death shootout to earn an extra point in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association standings.

The Seawolves skated to a 1-1 tie with Michigan Tech on Friday night at Sullivan Arena, but earned the extra point on a Corey Renwick goal in the fifth round of the shootout.

UAA also earned a shootout win after a 3-3 tie at Alabama-Huntsville on Saturday.

Seawolves goalie Olivier Mantha stopped 38 Michigan Tech shots in regulation and two overtime periods and all five shots in the shootout. Michigan Tech goaltender Patrick Munson stopped 15 shots in the game and four shootout attempts.

The Huskies (5-6-3, 3-5-3 WCHA) took an early lead on a Thomas Beretta goal two minutes into the first, but failed to get past Mantha the rest of the game.

UAA (1-7-3, 1-2-2) evened the score on an Austin Azurdia goal late in the first period.

Senior defenseman Jarrett Brown stole the puck near the Huskies blue line and flipped it to center Jonah Renouf, who found Azurdia flying up the left side and the senior winger skated in and scored through the five-hole.

It was Azurdia's fourth straight game with a goal and he leads UAA with 6-4—10 totals through 11 games.

With the two points, UAA moves up from a tie for eighth to a tie for seventh in the conference standings with Alabama-Huntsville and Ferris State.

Michigan Tech is third.

The Seawolves and Huskies battle again at 7:07 p.m., Saturday, at Sullivan Arena.

Renwick goal gives UAA extra point in 1-1 hockey tie against Michigan Tech

For the second straight game, the UAA hockey team won a sudden-death shootout to earn an extra point in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association standings.

The Seawolves skated to a 1-1 tie with Michigan Tech on Friday night at Sullivan Arena, but earned the extra point on a Corey Renwick goal in the fifth round of the shootout.

UAA also earned a shootout win after a 3-3 tie at Alabama-Huntsville on Saturday.

Seawolves goalie Olivier Mantha stopped 38 Michigan Tech shots in regulation and two overtime periods and all five shots in the shootout. Michigan Tech goaltender Patrick Munson stopped 15 shots in the game and four shootout attempts.

The Huskies (5-6-3, 3-5-3 WCHA) took an early lead on a Thomas Beretta goal two minutes into the first, but failed to get past Mantha the rest of the game.

UAA (1-7-3, 1-2-2) evened the score on an Austin Azurdia goal late in the first period.

Senior defenseman Jarrett Brown stole the puck near the Huskies blue line and flipped it to center Jonah Renouf, who found Azurdia flying up the left side and the senior winger skated in and scored through the five-hole.

It was Azurdia's fourth straight game with a goal and he leads UAA with 6-4—10 totals through 11 games.

With the two points, UAA moves up from a tie for eighth to a tie for seventh in the conference standings with Alabama-Huntsville and Ferris State.

Michigan Tech is third.

The Seawolves and Huskies battle again at 7:07 p.m., Saturday, at Sullivan Arena.

UAA holds off Holy Names in men’s basketball

A trio of newcomers and one of the team's few veterans helped the UAA men's basketball team hold off Holy Names University 63-55 Friday night at the Alaska Airlines Center.

It was the first win of the season over a fellow Division II team for the Seawolves, who snapped a two-game losing streak.

The Seawolves enjoyed significant contributions from their three Division I senior transfers from the University of the Pacific. Jacob Lampkin racked up 17 points and 14 rebounds, D.J. Ursery scored a team-high 19 points and Maleke Haynes supplied eight points and eight assists.

Another 12 points and six rebounds came from Drew Peterson, a senior who redshirted last season but played two seasons ago.

UAA shot 46.9 percent to ward off the Hawks (1-2) of the PacWest Conference, who shot 36.4 percent. Lampkin shot 8 of 12 and Ursery was 9 of 17.

The Seawolves outscored the Hawks 14-5 at the foul line, an effort led by Haynes' 6-for-6 shooting.

Alonzo Taylor (20 points) and Marcelas Perry (13 points, 8 assists) powered Holy Names.

The teams meet again Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

UAA holds off Holy Names in men’s basketball

A trio of newcomers and one of the team's few veterans helped the UAA men's basketball team hold off Holy Names University 63-55 Friday night at the Alaska Airlines Center.

It was the first win of the season over a fellow Division II team for the Seawolves, who snapped a two-game losing streak.

The Seawolves enjoyed significant contributions from their three Division I senior transfers from the University of the Pacific. Jacob Lampkin racked up 17 points and 14 rebounds, D.J. Ursery scored a team-high 19 points and Maleke Haynes supplied eight points and eight assists.

Another 12 points and six rebounds came from Drew Peterson, a senior who redshirted last season but played two seasons ago.

UAA shot 46.9 percent to ward off the Hawks (1-2) of the PacWest Conference, who shot 36.4 percent. Lampkin shot 8 of 12 and Ursery was 9 of 17.

The Seawolves outscored the Hawks 14-5 at the foul line, an effort led by Haynes' 6-for-6 shooting.

Alonzo Taylor (20 points) and Marcelas Perry (13 points, 8 assists) powered Holy Names.

The teams meet again Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

UAA holds off Holy Names in men’s basketball

A trio of newcomers and one of the team's few veterans helped the UAA men's basketball team hold off Holy Names University 63-55 Friday night at the Alaska Airlines Center.

It was the first win of the season over a fellow Division II team for the Seawolves, who snapped a two-game losing streak.

The Seawolves enjoyed significant contributions from their three Division I senior transfers from the University of the Pacific. Jacob Lampkin racked up 17 points and 14 rebounds, D.J. Ursery scored a team-high 19 points and Maleke Haynes supplied eight points and eight assists.

Another 12 points and six rebounds came from Drew Peterson, a senior who redshirted last season but played two seasons ago.

UAA shot 46.9 percent to ward off the Hawks (1-2) of the PacWest Conference, who shot 36.4 percent. Lampkin shot 8 of 12 and Ursery was 9 of 17.

The Seawolves outscored the Hawks 14-5 at the foul line, an effort led by Haynes' 6-for-6 shooting.

Alonzo Taylor (20 points) and Marcelas Perry (13 points, 8 assists) powered Holy Names.

The teams meet again Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

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