Seawolves head to UAF and face a rivalry showdown against Nanooks

The Seawolves will be looking to avenge a loss from last October to their in-state rival, the UAF Nanooks, this weekend. UAA will travel up to...

Overtime: Randy Moss: Ending on the right note

Randy Moss stopped being an NFL football player 18 months ago. He retired and walked away from the sport with his head down. There was no standing ovation during his final game. Moss wanted out, and as for the fans, the feeling was mutual.

This week in Seawolf sports…

Seawolves use strong finishs to place fourth Mandy Kaempf turned in two solid performances as expected but it was some other solid individual showings that...

Fun summer activities spring up in Anchorage

Anchorage is full of things do during the spring and summer. From fishing to football to golf and even climbing, there is something for everyone. Here is a short preview of a few things available in the Anchorage area over the next few months. Disc Golf The first and most popular course in Anchorage is located at Westchester Lagoon.

Meet the Seawolf: Chris Kamal

This week's Meet the Seawolf features avid hockey player, Chris Kamal. Kamal is currently a sophomore at UAA and has established himself as a commendable goaltender for UAA's hockey team.

Overtime: NFL referees, players, fans deserve more

Big corporations are at it again. The National Football League decided Aug. 29 that it plans to use replacement referees for the opening games of the season this year as opposed to going back to the table with the Referees Association.

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.

{Sports Briefs}

Spikers swept twice in Texas SAN ANTONIO _" It was a rough tournament ending for UAA's volleyball team as it dropped a pair of 3-0...

{Seawolves on the road}

Long break, same results Seawolf hockey By Will Merrill - Special to the Northern Light After almost a month off for the winter break, the University...

Crow Pass Crossing: Silence before the storm

A preview of the sights that race runners will be too busy to enjoy The 22nd Crow Pass Crossing on July 16 pits runners against...

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Athletes become storytellers for local schools

Reading, children and Seawolves, oh my! Friday, April 13, marked the 13th annual “Reading with the Seawolves” event. In what little spare time they have, 38 student athletes from UAA’s various sports programs traveled to Turnagain Elementary School to read with children. “The student athletes love it; they have a great time,” said Dede Allen, Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) staff director who organizes the event each year.

Sports Briefs

Lundberg powers UAA past SMU, 3-0 Powered by virtually unstoppable hitting from junior Cortney Lundberg, the Alaska Anchorage volleyball team rolled to a 25-18, 25-21,...

Seawolves bid farewell to seniors, look back on triumphant season

Any team can have a good game, but record-breaking championship seasons are a little harder to come by. Well, for most teams. On the other hand, for the UAA basketball squads, tremendous seasons seem to come naturally.

Rondy Grand Prix cancelled

The 75th-annual Fur Rondy will be without a couple of their more popular events this year. The Grand Prix race has been cancelled this year,...

Gov. Cup gets an early start at the Sullivan Arena

The Seawolves and Nanooks faced off in the first of three rounds of the annual tradition

Players find escape outlet in men’s club hockey

Seawolf club hockey players use their games to clear their minds from wedding planning, classes and the other rigmaroles of daily life. "None of these...

Seawolves hoping to improve as the play St. Cloud at home

The first step to getting out of the proverbial hole you’ve dug, is to stop digging, followed by clawing your way back to the...

UAA out to a 45-35 lead at the break

The UAA Men's basketball team has seemed to turn the page on a dreadful second half yesterday and finds themselves up 10 at halftime...

UAA skier in world class of her own

In a sport where half a second can make the difference between first and fifth place, Alex Parker has perfected the art of winning. This tiny skier is in her freshman season of competition for UAA, however inexperienced is not a word to describe her. Parker started skiing around the age of two and has continued through ski clubs and high school, all the way up to being a member of the Canadian Alpine Olympic Development team.

Seawolves No. 2 in GNAC Championships

The UAA men's and women's outdoor track and field teams each placed second at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships hosted by Western Oregon...

Seawolves running to success

Caroline Kurgat takes the win and paces the women’s team to a third-place finish in Conference Crossover

Wins at home keep UAA Volleyball team in playoff contention

The Seawolf volleyball team finished up their final home series of the season in style this past weekend with pair of crucial league wins that keep them in the thick of the postseason picture. UAA got started in a blowout match against Northwest Nazarene University (NNU) on Nov. 3. The ‘Wolves bounced back from a defeat in their last game (a 1-3 loss at Seattle Pacific on Oct. 29) by showing no signs of shaken confidence. The end result would be a 3-0 thrashing of the visiting Crusaders. “Seriously, we wanted to beat them more than anything this game,” said junior outside hitter Nikkie Viotto.

Jamboree game closes with a win

The Seawolf men’s basketball team pulled off an 85-75 win over the Colorado State-Pueblo Timberwolves Saturday night in the closer of the AT&T Jamboree.

Get into elements with Adventure Alaska

Hopefully every Seawolf student has had a chance to get away from the classrooms and late night cramming sessions at least once or twice...

Alaska men should hit the trail for breasts

I decided to run in the 5-mile Alaska Run for Women on June 11 because I thought it would be a good training run...

UAA overpowers Concordia

The Seawolves came out of the gates scorching and never looked back in their 93-67 wire-to-wire win over the Cavaliers. Suki Wiggs had a...

Hamilton makes history but Seawolves settle for split

Shea Hamilton made UAA history against St. Cloud State and in the process the Seawolves snapped a three-game losing skid. Hamilton, a standout...

Despite strong play, ‘Wolves fall to Colorado College

Despite outshooting fourth-ranked Colorado College in both games this weekend, the Seawolves failed to earn their second WCHA victory of the season. But even though UAA's men came out shorthanded this weekend, the team showed it can compete against one of the nation's best teams.