Season tickets will go on sale in August. This is the only way fans can guarantee they’ll have a seat at games. We are expecting sellout crowds this season.
Our players are finalized for the 2022-23 season roster. Coach Shasby notes the incredible amount of experience on the roster and will expect the grad transfers to be leaders on the team and in the locker room. He said the NCAA transfer portal rules have been good to...
We are devastated to learn of Ben Steven's passing. His family and all who he touched in our community are in our thoughts.
Fans have a chance to bid and win a #SeawolvesPinkOut jersey. The jerseys will be worn during the Saturday, Oct. 15 game versus UNLV.
This season, fans can park for free in the Engineering parking garage. It's a short, covered walkway to the Seawolf Sports Complex, so it's an easy walk, even in the winter.
They’re the ones giving you information and entertaining you during the games – meet the personalities behind the microphones at UAA hockey games this season. This media team will create a great game experience at Seawolf Sports Complex.
Open to ages 8-16 (birth years 2007-2014). This camp includes 1 hour of ice time, 45 minutes of pool time and 45 minutes of gym time each day. The ice time will focus on skating, stick skills and small area games.
The Pack is Back! We're excited to share the 2022-23 season schedule. Information on ticket sales should be available mid-July.
The University of Alaska Anchorage Gymnastics team is asking the community to help “Stick the Landing” – a final fundraising effort to gain reinstatement. The collegiate gymnastics team must raise $150,000 dollars by June 30, 2022, for permanent reinstatement by the university. Seawolf 5th Line is proud to support these collegiate athletes and encourages the hockey community to make a donation.
The Chugiak High graduate, former Seawolves defenseman and Alaska Aces Hall of Famer is technically the seventh bench boss in the program’s 40-plus year history. But given all that’s transpired in the last 18 months, Shasby believes he’s now responsible for bringing a new entity to the Anchorage community.