Seawolf Sports Update

Hey sports fans, Sorry I've been slacking a bit this week...but hey, it was Spring Break! Anyways, time to get caught up on the past...

VIDEO: #50 Hanna Johansson post-game interview Nov. 14.

UAA junior forward Hanna Johansson answers some questions after a 2OT loss to TWU in Anaheim.

Seawolves take Nanooks to task

It was a fluke. At least that is what the University of Alaska Fairbanks volleyball team thought after falling to the Seawolves in Fairbanks...

SLIDESHOW: Photos from the 2010 Disney West Coast Tip-off in Anaheim, Calif. Nov. 12-14

Check out some photos from the UAA Men's and Women's Basketball games from Anaheim, Calif.

Cross Country brings home another sweep of championships

UAA followed up their victory in Fairbanks with a solid win against Western Washington University (WWU) on Oct. 20 winning the match 3-0. The ‘Wolves were lead by senior outside hitter Jackie Matthisen and junior setter Kimya Jafroudi. Matthisen led the match with 12 kills and also set Seawolf history becoming the fifth player in UAA history to have 1,000 recorded career kills.

Experienced Seawolf team set for volleyball season

This season the majority of the Seawolf volleyball team knows what to expect when they play. They're counting on this knowledge, the benchwarmers and...

Wells Fargo Sports Complex to Undergo Renovation

UAA students should get ready to see a little more foot traffic than normal in the corridor running through the center of the Wells...

Seawolves look to regroup, set sights on BSU Beavers

The odd week off in the WCHA came at a bit of a strange time for the UAA Seawolves, but it may be just...

Sports Briefs 4/20/2010

Kangogo punches ticket to NCAAs In his first 3,000-meter steeplechase race ever, sophomore Alfred Kangogo qualified automatically for the NCAAs at the Long Beach Invitational...

With expansion looming, UAF is the obvious candidate for WCHA conference

For anyone who opens to the Anchorage Daily News' sports section on a regular basis you should know that the Western Collegiate Hockey Association is, in near certainty, going to expand its field from 10 to 12 teams within the next couple of years. The most anticipated program that is expected to get into the conference, as well as the only one that has officially applied for admission into the WCHA is Bemidji State.

Seawolves rally for a tie with #14 MSU Mavericks

The Seawolf hockey team used a late game push Friday night to turn a potential 3-1 loss into a 3-3 tie with the 14th-ranked Minnesota State Mavericks.

‘Wolves look for revenge in 18th annual Governor’s Cup

Photo by Patrick McCormick It’s time for the UAA Seawolves and UAF Nanooks to rekindle their rivalry and battle it out for the 18th annual...

Hailey Swirbul: The freshman standout

Swirbul managed to make it all the way to the NCAA Skiing Championships, and be the top finisher for the team, in only her first season competing for UAA.

Ten nominated, but only one will win the 2007-2008 Athlete of the Year award

Throughout the various 2007-2008 sports seasons, many athletes put forth their best efforts to achieve both personal and team goals. Competing to conquer other squads, teams and individuals in their respective sports, these Seawolves have also stacked up their stats and are now vying for the prestigious award of Athlete of the Year.

VIDEO: #22 Brandon Walker and #44 Casey Robinson post-game interview Nov. 14.

UAA Men's Basketball seniors Brandon Walker and Casey Robinson spoke with TNL after their 67-52 victory over UCSD.

UAA hosts rivals in Nordic Cup

There may be little snow on the ground, but the UAA ski team is hoping that won't be the case by next week. UAA is hosting the Alaska Nordic Cup for the second time in the race's history. The Nordic Cup is an annual race between UAA and archrival UAF. UAA is looking to avenge last season's disappointing one-point loss.

UAA stomps Montana–Billings

Live by the three, die by the three. Live they did. The Seawolves shot a blistering 19 for 36 behind the arc breaking the school...

Alaska Airlines Center Grand Opening

The newest arena in town – the Alaska Airlines Center – is opening! A state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue, the Alaska Airlines Center will be a...

Cloninger and Wandersee stand out in back-to-back meets

Seawolves continue to hold No. 1 spot in conference after defeating Concordia and Western Oregon.

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  Pearce, Kaempf earn track and field All-America honors   EMPORIA, Kan. _" The Seawolf duo of Mary Pearce and Mandy Kaempf made school history at the...

Shyiak gets slap on hand/Playoff Scenarios

Today, UAA Director of Athletics Dr. Steve Cobb issued this statement regarding the actions of UAA Hockey boss Dave Shyiak: Feb. 28, 2010 Statement from Dr....

Sweet, sweet victory

UAA upends Cal Baptist in overtime, 82-79

Predicting the NBA award winners

NBA Champions: Miami Heat beat the Los Angeles Lakers in seven games. Look at this more as a pick against Mike Brown and for...

Hockey tickets available now

If you haven’t heard, the hockey season is about to begin again. Season tickets went on sale Monday. Sept 21. The action kicks off...

Meet UAA’s freshmen athletes

To kick off the 2017-18 school year and athletic seasons, some of UAA's incoming student-athletes shared their goals now that they've reached the collegiate level.

Things I have learned from running with my dog

This spring as the snow melted quickly I decided it was the perfect time to get back into running.  It also occurred to me...

Linsanity to UAA, nicknames are sparked from greatness

The thing synonymous with great sports players are great nicknames. Currently the most noticeable victim of nicknaming is New York Knicks’ guard Jeremy Lin, who has spurred the creation of terms and names like Lintastic, Linsanity, and (a personal favorite) Super Lintendo. This all started after Lin was catapulted into NBA spotlight when he helped propel the Knicks to seven consecutive wins in less than a month.

UAA hockey down 0-2 after opening weekend

The UAA hockey team opened their 2019-2020 season in Orono, Maine over the weekend with two back-to-back games against the University of Maine. The...

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...

Sport Briefs 11/10/2009

Seawolves topple Nanooks for 10th straight win Sophomore outside hitter McKenzie Moss notched a double-double and host UAA used a huge blocking advantage Nov. 4th...