Time saving adventures abound on O’Malley Peak

Many people talk about how they want to go on adventures but complain because they don't have the time. Luckily for those people there are many places, such as the trail to O'Malley Peak, which they can explore to beat the humdrum of everyday life. The trail to O'Malley Peak is an experience that will draw excitement and awe from any avid adventure seeker.

UAA battles out Central Washington in nerve-wrecking sets

The Seawolves played their closet games yet for the season.

Alaska Rock Gym: Between a rock and a high place

While winter sets in students who despise the cold prepare to hole up inside their living space and hibernate. But why hibernate when you can climb around at the Alaska Rock Gym? The Alaska Rock Gym is located off of International Airport Road on Fairbanks Street.

Huge upset puts UAA women in Elite Eight

Earlier this season, when Seattle Pacific University ended UAA's winning streak of 25 home games, few thought that UAA would be able to return the favor. But as the UAA men's team quickly closed in on a regional championship in Anchorage, the UAA women's team had just accomplished the unexpected.

UAA Sports Medicine works overtime and then some

Meet the hardest working duo in all of the UAA Athletic Department. Head Athletic Trainer Chris Volk and Assistant Trainer Kevin Lechtenberg have made quite...

Naismith College Play of the year: The Jimmer

Jimmer Fredette is the two-guard for the ninth ranked Brigham Young Cougars, and from here on out, he will only be referred to as...

See-saw battle so far between UAA and GCU

In what has become a back and forth tilt, the score is 33-31 in favor of UAA at the half here from the 2010...

Thomas finalizes incoming class with Conti

ANCHORAGE — Head coach Matt Thomas finalized his 2014-15 Alaska Anchorage incoming class Wednesday with the addition of Anthony Conti, giving UAA eight rookies...

Governor’s Cup shortened to two games

Fans looking for more Alaska in-state rivalry action this year are going to have to make do with a little less. For the first time since the 1998-99 season, the Governor's Cup is being shortened from four games to two. The series, between both University of Alaska schools Anchorage and Fairbanks, is being shortened in order for both UAA and UAF to play in each other's exempt conference tournaments according to UAA head hockey coach, Dave Shyiak.

Now trending in the NHL: deadline edition

Trending Up! 1.     Nashville Predators – The perennial sellers finally made a stand and became buyers adding shutdown defenseman Hal Gill and veteran forward Paul...

Sioux sweep Seawolves in series

The Seawolves' power play, led by junior forwards Josh Lunden and Kevin Clark, fi nally seems to be meshing, generating two goals on 10 chances in the series against the University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux. Although UAA was unable to score on a power play against the Sioux on Friday, Feb.

Balancing Act: Road trip to Bowling Green, Ohio

Updated last Saturday, January 23, 2016 After a whole semester of pre-season training and three weeks of practice we finally reached the week of our...

Wunderle receives ESPN academic accolade

Alaska Anchorage senior Nordic skier Raphael Wunderle (Bubenbach, Germany) was named to the 2008-09 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America University Division Men's At-Large First-Team for the second consecutive season. Wunderle was among 14 others that received the honor.

Seawolves running for national meet

UAA's track and field team has accomplished a lot this season, and is planning on doing even more. With the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships coming up on May 1-2, and Nationals on May 21-23, the team is looking to work hard and do their best.

Future of Anchorage bowling rolls into the gutter

To some bowling is a sport. It is an organized physical activity with membership, teams, rules and regulations, tournaments, and awards. To others it is merely a recreational activity to partake in with family and friends. It is a time to order up pitchers of soda and watch people laugh and have fun as the alley dances with the fluorescents of Extreme Bowling.

UA looks to cut six sports across the state

This academic year will likely encompass the final collegiate seasons of skiing and indoor track and field in the state of Alaska, as a...

Seawolves compete in paired RMISA Championships and NCAA West Regionals

The Seawolves have six high-ranking athletes in NCAA qualifications, including: Dominic Unterberger (men's slalom), Georgia Burgess (women's slalom), Charley Field (women's giant slalom), Toomas Kollo (men's Nordic), Hailey Swirbul (women's Nordic) and Jenna DiFolco (women's classic).

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Roster rounds out The University of Alaska Anchorage men's basketball team has finally filled out its roster according to head coach Charlie Burns. Jesse Brown is...

Soccer team proposal submitted to board of regents

Alaska may become the 49th state once again. That is, if the University of Alaska approves the proposal for a collegiate soccer team by...

Know your ABC

The Anchorage Badminton Club hosts weekly practices and games at local recreational centers

World Cup comes to a close

A late goal scored by Mario Goetze was the only thing that separated Argentina and Germany in the 2014 World Cup final. Both teams...

Seawolves ready to begin 2007-2008 slate

It's time to dig those cowbells and yellow wigs out of the closet, because a brand new season of Seawolf hockey is approaching. The Seawolves start their 2007-2008 campaign against Wayne State in the Nye Frontier Classic Oct. 12. This year's Classic field includes College Hockey America teams Wayne State and Robert Morris, along with Eastern powerhouse Boston University and host UAA.

Two reporters follow ambitious trail through the Chugach

Hiking the Chugach Mountain Range via the thoroughfare of Crow Pass Trail near Girdwood was our way of paying homage to recent UAA graduate...

VIDEO: Kaylie Robison post-game interview

UAA Junior forward Kaylie Robison answers some questions after the Seawolves beat UCSD 74-62.

Volleyball ends with one win, one loss against Idaho and Washington rivals

The Seawolves kicked off their two-game week with a four-set win against Northwest Nazarene in Nampa, Idaho on Oct. 31. UAA and NNU battled...

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...

Seawolves picked 7th in GNAC poll

The UAA volleyball team was picked to finish seventh in the annual Great Northwest Athletic Conference preseason coaches' poll, released last Friday. The Seawolves, who finished sixth in the nine-team league last year (15-14 overall, 7-9 GNAC), received 27 points in the balloting.

Subpar Seawolves

Head coach Michael Friess had more than just another race on his mind when he took his University of Alaska Anchorage cross country running...

Sports-oriented alumni score in the workforce

Universities aim to shape their graduates into successful professionals. Whether an alumna is pursuing a career in the sciences or business marketing, personal triumphs...

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...