The Nordic skier, now in her third year of collegiate competition, has a chance to compete at the U.S. Nationals as a Seawolf, but...
Karolin Anders is a former member of the UAA track and field team. The accomplishments of UAA’s athletic department have already added up to an...
To coach at the middle and high school level in the Anchorage School District, coaches must be certified and pass the Alaska Coaches Education...
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Local ultimate Frisbee players take the sport to a new extreme during wintertime
Quidditch comes to life with the help of the Health, Physical Education and Recreation department.
This event is a part of Knockout November and De-stress December.
UAA wins first back-to-back conference games of the season to remain unbeaten
In the Great Alaska Shootout's final game, the Roadrunners face the Chippewas
Cal Poly opened things up with a 3 by Donovan Fields, the 5’ 10” Mustang point guard. Both teams struggled to score the ball in what turned out to be a low scoring first half as the Mustangs and the Chippewas each shot under 30 percent from the field.
Lack of shooting finds UAA men's basketball in sixth in their final GCI Great Alaska Shootout
The Seawolves experienced a slow start to the 2017 GCI Great Alaska Shootout
Kurgat adds the individual national win and Athlete of the Year title to several other awards, including three USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Week awards and two Great Northwest Athletic Conference runner of the week awards.
Head coach Ryan McCarthy: “To me this was our best defensive performance and from an effort standpoint and we are very happy to have put ourselves in a position to accomplish one of our goals for the season.”
Eric Walsh, Patrick Flanigin, Adam Verrier, twins Siobhan and Gaynor Johansen, and Vigil Hooe all contribute greatly to UAA athletics.
The senior from Eldoret, Kenya finished the 6-kilometer course in 20 minutes, 32.3 seconds, about 20 seconds ahead of second place finisher Sarah Berger of Walsh University.
The Dome board of directors have scrutinized plans and adapted to changes that have led to slow repair progression
Muff Butler, who works 363 nights a year cleaning Club Paris, is also a private coach for hire, helping high school athletes tone up their game. Once a promising young athlete himself, Butler got involved in the drug trade as a young adult and spent many years in and out of jail. Nine years ago, as he left prison, he said he was determined to change his life. Basketball seemed like a natural way to do that, he said.
Hired as the Director of Student Services when UAA was Anchorage Community College, Piccard played key roles throughout the university. Piccard was inducted into the Seawolf Hall of Fame in 2001 for his work helping expand an athletic department that only housed three sports at the time of his arrival.
The GCI Great Alaska Shootout will play in its 40th and final year over Thanksgiving 2017 before officially ceasing
The Seawolves finished off this weekend with only two more regular season games before heading off to compete in the NCAA Division II West Regionals.
The Seawolves played their second set of conference matches against Alabama Huntsville
Tanya Pont to handle donor development and relations
Ryan Walsh, strength and conditioning head coach, and assistant coach Adam Friese are responsible for every student-athlete’s weight training program at UAA
The Seawolves will be taking on Holy Names University in a weekend doubleheader on Nov. 17 and 18 at the Alaska Airlines Center. Games start at 7:30 p.m.
Kurgat took the individual title, leading the women’s team to a second-place finish, while the men’s team finished fifth overall at the West Regional Championship
Rage City Rollergirls keeps Anchorage filled with hard-hitting entertainment
Chris Green and the Seawolf community are impressed with Davenport's ability and quick adaptation to being a setter as a freshman.
With a one-to-one win-loss ratio, the Seawolves currently sit at a tie for eighth in their first two WCHA games of the season.
The Anchorage Badminton Club hosts weekly practices and games at local recreational centers