Seawolves win first two conference games of the season

Last week, the Seawolf volleyball team traveled to Washington to compete against their first two Great Northwest Athletic Conference rivals, winning both games. They first...

Seawolf hockey heads into possible final season at UAA

Just weeks away from their debut, the UAA hockey team is heading into the 2019-2020 season not knowing if it will be their last. Earlier...

Hooper-turned-trainer Jhayde Zamora adapts his love for the game

In the summer of 2018, Anchorage hooper Jhayde Zamora’s basketball journey took a turn for the worst. “I tore my ACL. I was laying on...

Seawolves suffer one loss of four-game DII West Region Showcase

The Seawolf volleyball team spent the weekend of Sept. 12-14 in California competing in the Division II West Region Showcase. UAA competed in four...

Track and field heptathlete transitions into cross-country runner

Yvonne Jeschke came to UAA from Au am Rhein, Germany in 2015 as a hurdler and heptathlete for the Seawolf track and field team. The...

UAA volleyball earns two wins and two losses in Seawolf Invitational

The Seawolf volleyball team kicked off their first regular-season games with the Seawolf Invitational on Sept. 5-7. UAA hosted four out-of-state teams — Regis University,...

Cross-country teams debut seasons with in-state rivalry meet

The UAA men’s and women’s cross-country teams traveled to Fairbanks on Aug. 31 to compete against UAF’s cross-country for a season opener. The Seawolves...

The Seawolves overtook the UAA alumni in volleyball opener

The Seawolf volleyball team kicked off their 2019-2020 season with the annual Seawolf Alumni game at the Alaska Airlines Center. The UAA volleyball team...

The WNBA is calling her name, but Fairbanks’ Ruthy Hebard has some unfinished business

Chicago-born, Fairbanks-raised hoops star Ruthy Hebard is no stranger to the limelight or the accolades that come with it.  The University of Oregon’s All-American senior...

Former UAA runner Danielle McCormick nominated for NCAA 2019 Woman of the Year

With the conclusion of her four-year, highly successful collegiate career, UAA’s Danielle McCormick was just announced to be a nominee for the NCAA Woman...

UAA student-athletes hit with a future of uncertainty

In light of the recent budget crisis affecting the University of Alaska, student-athletes at UAA are uncertain about their future with the Seawolves.  While the...

Seawolves head into cross-country season without Michael Friess for first time in 29 years

Earlier this summer, head cross-country coach Michael Friess announced his retirement from the department after leading the cross-country and track and field teams for...

UAA volleyball team adds nine students to its roster

With less than a month until its season kicks off, the UAA volleyball team is busy building up their roster and getting in ample...

How to stay active during the 2019-2020 school year

There are many ways to stay active and fit at UAA during the school year, including sports, classes and amenities to use on your...

Curley adds 11 players to 2019-2020 hockey roster

With a new academic year and a new hockey season coming up, head coach Matt Curley announced the addition of 11 players to the...

Runners compete in smokiest Mount Marathon race ever

For the 92nd year, hundreds of athletes flocked to Seward, Alaska on July 4 to scramble up and down the 3,022 foot peak of...

Alissa Pili: two-time MaxPreps Female Athlete of the Year

Anchorage local and Dimond High School graduate, Alissa Pili, is the second person in history to become a two-time MaxPreps Female Athlete of the...

Three new recruits to the Seawolf men’s basketball team for the 2019-2020 season

In the peak recruiting season for men’s basketball, head coach Rusty Osborne signed on three new Seawolves-to-be, including former Service High School’s star player...

UAA cross-country and track and field team lose head coach after 29 years

After the completion of the 2018-2019 track and field season, head coach Michael Friess announced his retirement from the program, after nearly 30 years...

How to get outside and get active this summer in Anchorage

The summer months in Alaska often seem so short, but can be some of the best months of the year in Anchorage. With warm...

10 Seawolves ran towards national titles

Ten members of the Seawolf track and field team traveled to Texas A&M University Kingsville to compete in the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track...

Student-athletes graduate and pursue diverse, post-college opportunities

The 2018-19 school year ended with the departure of 25 students from the athletic department in the spring, with 16 previously departing in the...

Flagstad returns to UAA to coach Nordic skiing

Trond Flagstad is set to join the Seawolves for the 2019-20 season as the new Nordic ski coach. Head coach Sparky Anderson announced that...

Seawolf track and field team competed in conference championships

Just after the end of the 2019 spring semester, the Seawolf track and field team traveled to Oregon to compete in the Great Northwest...

Former standout UAA volleyball player takes over track team

Senior Chrisalyn Johnson spent the last four years competing for UAA on the women’s volleyball team. Prior to that, she excelled at not only...

2018-19 Bill McKay Athlete of the Year announced

Each year, UAA athletes commemorate the end of the school year by holding an athlete department all-sport banquet. This year, the banquet took place...

UAA runners and jumpers break records in California

The Seawolves track and field team spent the weekend of April 18-20 in California competing in several different meets. They first competed and broke...

UAA alumnus to compete in Boston Marathon

A former standout runner from UAA’s cross country and track and field teams will be competing in the 2019 Boston Marathon on April 15....

24 UAA athletes recognized with academic awards

With the conclusion of both the skiing and gymnastics seasons, both sports announced the recipients of their all-academic awards. For skiing, the United States Collegiate...

Hyderally narrowly misses chance to compete in the final NCAA round

Sophia Hyderally, a junior on the UAA gymnastics team, was the single Seawolf to qualify for the NCAA Division I Championships after a record-breaking...