The Seawolves finished strong to take a five-set road victory over Saint Martin’s.
The Seawolves will try to turn things around in time for their first conference match of the season on Thursday.
The Seawolves dropped a five-set match Friday morning and lost a three-set match in the afternoon.
The Seawolves defeated Ursuline College in 59 minutes at the Nanook Classic.
Robertson was coach Ryan McCarthy’s first recruit when he became UAA’s head coach in 2013.
The Seawolves hadn’t been swept at their home arena since 2017.
Freshman Cole Nash ran to his second win of the season Saturday at a UAA-UAF cross-country meet at Kincaid Park.
The Seawolves won a marathon Thursday night and picked up two brisk wins on Friday at the Seawolf Invitational.
The six-team Seawolf Invitational started Thursday and runs through Saturday.
Luke Devine, a 6-foot-5 forward, will be a freshman on the UAA men’s team. He’s the third member of his family to play for the Seawolves.
The Seawolves hockey team was put on the chopping block nearly a year ago because of University of Alaska budget cuts.
If the University of Alaska Anchorage hockey program is reinstated, it will be more than a year before a team takes the ice.
Eve Stephens and Ellen Floyd were named players of the week in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
Kendall Kramer of UAF and Cole Nash of UAA triumphed in their college debuts.
In their third match late Saturday night, the Seawolves lost to Chaminade University.
Another $150,000 will meet the $3 million needed to save the Seawolves.
No spectators will be allowed when the Seawolves and Nanooks play Hawaii Pacific and Chaminade.
The Seawolves open the season Saturday with their annual alumni match.
As of Tuesday, the Save Seawolf Hockey campaign had raised $2.6 million of the $3 million needed to save the program.
Curley was with the team for three years, but the Seawolves only played two seasons during that span.