The UAA hockey group on Saturday absorbed its second straight loss to Ferris State, falling 5-2 in a Western Collegiate Hockey Affiliation recreation in Massive Rapids, Michigan.
On Friday, the Seawolves fell 2-zero, their first shutout lack of the season.
Ferris State scored 3 times within the third interval to tug away from UAA on Saturday.
The Bulldogs (eight-9-1 general, 5-four-1 WCHA) jumped to a 2-zero lead on energy-play objectives from Ryker Killins and Craig Pefley, getting the primary with 4 minutes left within the first interval and the second lower than two minutes into the second interval.
UAA (1-9-four, 1-9-three) battled again to tie the sport on objectives from Austin Azurdia and Corey Renwick. It was Azurdia’s group-main seventh aim of the season and Renwick’s first.
Ferris State broke the tie seven minutes into the third interval with Pefley’s second aim. The Bulldogs padded their lead with two objectives within the ultimate 4 minutes from Tyler Fernandez, together with an empty-netter with 88 seconds left.
Ferris State goaltender Justin Kapelmaster made 27 saves. Olivier Mantha, who on Friday stopped a season-excessive forty six photographs, stopped 28 on Saturday.
4 gamers picked up factors by offering assists for UAA. Tad Kozun and Joe Sofo assisted on Azurdia’s aim – giving Kozun 5 assists and Sofo three for the season – and Alex Jackstadt and Zac Masson arrange Renwick’s aim.
The Bulldogs flourished on the facility play. That they had the person benefit 3 times and cashed in twice. UAA was zero for five with the person benefit.
The Seawolves noticed some enchancment from Friday, once they have been outshot forty eight-22, together with 21-5 within the first interval. They generated extra photographs on aim and gave up fewer on Saturday, narrowing Ferris State’s benefit to 33-29. Within the second interval, UAA outshot the Bulldogs 12-9.
The Seawolves are again residence this week to face UAF (5-eleven-2 general, three-eight-1 WCHA) Friday and Saturday at Sullivan Area. Each video games are a part of the Governor’s Cup collection.