Freshmen Dylan Hubbs and Tanner Dusyk each scored for the first time as Seawolves as the UAA hockey team downed Michigan Tech, 3-1 on Friday night.  UAA moves to .500 in WCHA play at 3-3-1 and stands 6-4-1 overall.

Jordan Kwas also scored for the Seawolves, a power play marker at 14:23 of the first period to open the scoring.  UAA entered the series owning the league's top power play at just over 23 percent.

Rob Gunderson made 22 saves to collect the win in net for UAA, which remains unbeaten at Sullivan Arena this season ( 5-0-0 ).