UAA Men’s Basketball Shoutout wrap-up

San Jose State 91 – UAA 87The UAA Seawolves played their hearts out Saturday against the San Jose Spartans — but fell by four...

Anchorage or bust: The former homes of UAA hockey’s freshmen players

For many of the incoming college freshmen, the arrival to UAA in the Fall will the first step they make toward living out a...

Falls Creek

Falls Creek Trail is amazing for the intermediate to experienced hiker. Its steep routes and strenuous terrain mixed with the slight distance from Anchorage gives this trail a bit of an edge on others. It provides extraordinary scenery and a chance to explore further, time permitting.

‘13 NFL Draft: In need of a QB? Well sucks to be you

Quarterback has been the most vital position in sports since the first forward pass was thrown. And as we transition into a league dominated by the air attack, the value of the guy under center is exploding.

Kiki Robertson: Women’s basketball all-star

From polar opposites, Hawaii to Alaska, senior Kiki Robertson has made a substantial impression on the UAA women's basketball team.

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...

Triathlete builds endurance for Honolulu

Triathlons test an individual's endurance in swimming, running and cycling. For UAA student Caroline Willis, getting past the dog paddle was her first step. "I...

Arbuckle excels academically and athletically in both her degree and individual events

Madeline Arbuckle, a UAA student-athlete, spent her 2016-17 year at school and on the road for gymnastics meets, making significant achievements. "At this point, I...

Peak Three provides windy afternoon adventure

It's amazing how much you can trash your body in just a few short hours. All you need are single-digit temperatures, howling wind, a...

Recruiting challenges for UAA Hockey

How UAA tries to stay competitive in Division I recruiting

Overtime: Fantasy football stock report

Enough football has been played that we can now project the future using real data, trends, patterns, and results. Forget where they were drafted and how much you like them. These are players whose stock is rising and falling. Therefore, these are players you should trade for and away.

Seawolves rally to take out Nanooks

The Seawolf volleyball team put their heart on display Saturday night. Down two sets to none, they rallied back to defeat the University of Alaska-Fairbanks Nanooks in a thriller.

Volleyball comeback thwarted

The bitter rivalry continued between UAA and UAF as the Seawolves hosted what could arguably go down as one of the greatest volleyball games played at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex. UAA powered back from being down by two sets to the Nanooks to suffer a painful loss in a back-and-forth fifth set.

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Seawolf men take on No. 1 Long Beach State

The UAA men’s basketball team is about to take a long journey to begin their season. Their first game is against American Sports University on...

Ski team uses Alaska Nordic Cup as training for next season

Our UAA ski team will kick off their official season in Park City Utah on January 8, 2011 to start off the new year. On...

Basketball: All good things come to an end for UAA

The Student Union of UAA is not generally the place a person would hear the chant "Let's go, Seawolves" and uproarious applause. However, on March 26-27, it was a different story. Students and fans gathered in the Student Union to watch the broadcast of the UAA men and women's basketball teams as both teams played in the NCAA Division II Elite Eight on March 26, and the Final Four on March 27.

Women’s coach discusses number one standing

After being voted No. 1 in the nation on Feb. 3, the Seawolf women have extended their winning streak to 22 games straight and focus on working one game at a time to remain on top. In his third season as head coach for the women's basketball team, Tim Moser has continually improved the team each year.

The wide (and not so wide) world of the WCHA

The Western Collegiate Hockey Association is one of six Div. I college hockey conferences in the country. It spans five different states, three time...

Gymnasts plagued by injuries at home meets

Although the Centenary Ladies bested Seawolf gymnasts two times last week, UAA continues to look to the future and analyze the areas they need to work on. While the Seawolves stayed right on the Ladies' heels in the fi rst meet on Jan. 16, the Ladies would eventually succeed 185.

Weekend games add to losing-streak tally

It was a tough weekend for the Seawolves volleyball team, who hosted Humboldt State Thursday, Sept. 29, and Western Oregon Saturday, Oct. 1. Both...

Seawolf women add talented California JC transfer

The UAA women's basketball team added a multi-dimensional guard to its 2009-10 lineup Wednesday as head coach Tim Moser announced the signing of Jessica Dela Cruz to a National Letter of Intent. A 5-8 guard, Dela Cruz averaged 13.1 points, 3.7 assists and 2.

From rivals to teammates: The story of UAA volleyball

The Seawolf volleyball team has an interesting dynamic: it's athletes comprise of girls from all over Anchorage who once played against each other as...

Second love leads long jumper to success

Basketball, not track and field, is David Registe's first love. But it was his accomplishments in track - particularly in the long jump, in which he took first place at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships in May and is only the second long jumper in GNAC history to surpass the 24-foot mark - that earned him the GNAC's 2007 Freshman of the Year award.

Seawolves lose one, win one in first Governor’s Cup weekend of the 2019-20 season

The Seawolf hockey team kicked off their first home games of the 2019-2020 season with weekend one of the Governor’s Cup, hosted at the...

NBA Midterm Grades: the league’s biggest underachievers and overachievers

They say pressure makes diamonds, but not for some of the NBA teams who haven’t lived up to their lofty expectations this season. The NBA...

UAA student’s passion pioneers women’s rugby club

Stereotypes are commonplace in the world of organized athletics, and rugby is no exception. While many see rugby as a social gathering of beer-fueled barbaric Neanderthals spitting on each other while scrumming for the ball, to the rugby players themselves, the truth is far from that.

Audience participation on display at ‘Paint by Number’ exhibit

The power of the brush has been returned to the common man. "Paint by Number," an interactive art exhibit, opened on Jan. 17 in the Student Union Gallery. "Paint by Number" is not the same numbered piece of white cardboard you can buy from Fred Meyer. By including a myriad of different numbered canvases, including mannequin heads on stepladders, female pelvises and a live person, "Paint by Number" entices the casual gallery visitor to pick up a brush and add a touch of their own to the show.

Extended Stay kicks off season for volleyball

The Extended Stay Deluxe Invitational Volleyball Tournament is the official season opener for Kentucky Wesleyan College, the Academy of Art, University of Mary and your hometown UAA Seawolves. With practices starting just a week and a half ago, the teams are working hard on the basics and scrimmaging each other to get up to par for the upcoming tournament.

Seawolves struggle against Crusaders

The Seawolves were handed a 76-49 loss at the hands of the Northwest Nazarene Crusaders Thursday night. It was a poor shooting night for the Seawolves to say the least. The Seawolves, playing without their leading scorer and floor general Sasha King due to injury, shot under 30 percent from the field in the first half.