This week’s Meet the Seawolf features avid hockey player, Chris Kamal. Kamal is currently a sophomore at UAA and has established himself as a commendable goaltender for UAA’s hockey team.
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Kicking off their fourth season at UAA as a team are Seawolves Nate Sagan and Dallas Baldwin. However, you won’t see them on the court, but rather above or around it doing everything from stats to videos to social media for UAA Athletics. Sagan is in his 13th season here as Sports Information Director backed […]
At only 22 years old “Audri” is the Station Manager for the UAA radio station KRUA. A well known personality on campus, you have probably seen her “creeping” around, seeming to pop up anywhere and everywhere at once, always entertaining and well informed on whatever is going on in your office.
Every year the women’s basketball team gains a new cast of exceptional players from all over the nation, ready to take their place in the team’s history books. However, the challenge to become a memorable player does not stop after the first year. Kansas City native Kylie Burns is one such player who joined the […]
An often under appreciated group at UAA are the theater students, who not only act in productions, but direct them, paint and design sets, create costumes, run sound lights, among several other tasks.
Micah Sauvageau, a theater senior, is one such student. In addition to being a theater major, he is also a member of Theater on the Rocks (UAA’s theater club), and has also worked with the UAA Glee Club during its first year.
Sauvageau has acted in a few UAA productions, such as “Godspell” in 2008, but mostly performs in shows around Anchorage.
Love of the sport can be a powerful effect on an individual. Sometimes, it can even get a person to trade in their swimsuit and sunny Southern California Weather for a large North Face winter coat and the Alaskan cold. Case in point: UAA’s new junior defensive specialist/setter transfer Kimya Jafroudi. This 5’7” Hunington Beach, […]
Over two thousand miles away in a little city called Henderson, Nevada, is where the newest addition to the Seawolf athletic family was discovered. Sariye Jensen recently graduated from her hometown high school and has officially signed onto UAA’s gymnastics team. For the past four years, Jensen has been competing as a level 10 gymnast with Brown’s Gymnastics Las Vegas.
Just weeks ago Brandon Brewster was walking on stage wearing black and gold receiving his high school diploma, a product of South High.
Now, he finds himself training for a running career with the Seawolf cross country and track and field teams.
After two years at Skagit Valley College in Mount Vernon, Washington, Lauren Slaymaker has returned to her hometown to compete on the UAA women’s volleyball team. As a sophomore in 2009, Slaymaker was named the NWAACC North Division First Team performer.
It seems UAA freshman Ivy O’Guinn has this whole running thing pretty figured out. A two-sport athlete running both cross-country and track and field for the Seawolves, it could be said that she has made a decent first impression. O’Guinn appeared in all seven meets for the ‘Wolves and helped the women’s team take down […]
Mallory Givens is that woman you’ve heard of through the friends of friends that can try anything and succeed. She gets great grades, researches harp seal hearts and is graduating with a degree in history, although she has enough biology credits to continue onto medical school. Oh yeah, and she still has time for a […]