WILMINGTON, North Carolina - Aidan Heaney and his crew return to the UNCW Soccer Stadium for the first time since early October on Saturday when they host the Huskies of Northeastern.

The road was unkind to the Seahawks (3-9, 1-5 CAA), who dropped three one-goal decisions, including a 1-0 setback at Georgia State on Wednesday. UNCW opened the swing with losses at nationally-ranked sides in James Madison and Old Dominion.

While defensively the Seahawks have been able to shore up some short comings, the offense has struggled with just 13 goals in 12 outings. Four Seahawks have scored at least two goals this season with Jacob VanCompernolle, Thomas Driver, Etienne Boulanger and Shawn Guderian lead the squad in that category. Daniel Roberts, meanwhile, holds the team-lead with seven points on a goal and five assists. He's tied for fourth all-time at UNCW with 18 career assists.

Northeastern enters the weekend with a 7-4-1 mark overall and 3-2 in the rugged CAA. The Huskies topped Hofstra on Wednesday by a 3-2 count in Hempstead, N.Y. Dante Marini netted his team-leading fifth goal of the season in the victory as NU built a 3-1 lead, but held off the Pride who scored in the 88th minute to make it a one-goal affair.

Game time is slated for 7 p.m.