UAA to probe Title IX grievances

In August 2008, a Title IX grievance was filed against UAA, stating that the men's and women's athletic teams do not receive the same access to athletic trainers, and the men's and women's teams do not have equal locker and shower facilities. The grievance goes on to point out that athletes do not receive the same amount of access to coaching, guidance and support.

Crow Pass Crossing no longer a UAA event

UAA recently announced that the event will be taken over by Healthy Futures.

UAA Men get underway against Dixie St.

The Seawolves have officially kicked off the 2010-11 campaign from sunny Southern California! UAA is taking part in the 2010 Disney West Coast Tip Off...

UAA stomps Nanooks to keep pace in GNAC

The UAA Volleyball teamcrushed UAF in an energeticmatch Oct. 15 supported by oneof the best fan turnouts UAA hasseen so far this year of nearly 800people. The girls swept the first set25-16 followed by a close secondset, 25-22. “Fairbanks did really well thesecond set they picked up theirgame a lot,” sophomore middleblocker Robyn Burton said. “Theyhad a lot of ups and had some goodserves. We had a few misreads onour side of the net, but we lookedpast it and did what we had to doon our side to win it.”

UAA finds themselves down by 4 at the break

Unfamiliar territory for the Seawolves as they find themselves on the wrong end of a 33-29 score against the Texas Woman's Pioneers. UAA, who has...

UAA Women using lengthy homestand to get back to basics

After spending a large portion of the holiday season away from Anchorage, the red-hot UAA Women’s Basketball team finally has the chance to get off the road and enjoy the comforts of home for a change. A rare four-game homestand in the middle of their league schedule offers the Seawolves both a chance to settle into the start of semester as well as put a bit of distance between themselves and other GNAC foes who are looking to catch UAA atop the conference standings.

Seawolves split two with rival Nanooks

Call it ironic. Call it karma. Fans can call it what they want, but Seawolf defenseman Mark Smith redeemed himself in front of the...

Golden Flashes denied UAA a Shootout five-peat

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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...

Despite strong play, hockey win remains elusive

On a snowy Saturday night in Anchorage, the Seawolf hockey team unleashed a storm of shots against St. Cloud State goaltender Jase Weslosky. But the outcome of the game did not go in the Seawolves' favor. UAA played great defense, only allowing St. Cloud to earn 13 shots on goal throughout the entire contest.

Overtime: LeBron Unchained: Heat trump Spurs in NBA finals

Game Seven — all that a sports fan can ask for. Even more so than the mighty Super Bowl or a World Cup soccer championship...

Ying and yang: UAA spikers split at home

The UAA Seawolves had a look at the top and bottom of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference in a Sept. 12 home stand. And...

Seawolves upend Vikings to repeat as GNAC champions

The UAA Women’s Basketball team proved once again they are the class of the GNAC and have some more hardware to further prove it. The Seawolves claimed a 67-52 GNAC Championship win over rival and second seeded Western Washington in Lacey, Washington on March 3 to officially punch their ticket to the West Region postseason. The top seeded Seawolves (27-4) got a team-high 19 points from junior guard Haley Holmstead.

Seawolves take one point from Mavericks

The Seawolves found a worthy foe in the Mavericks, and were only able to take one point from Mankato over the weekend. Both games were the epitome of what is to be expected from WCHA hockey, with big hits, quick transitions and scoring chances galore. Friday's game started off strong for the Seawolves when sophomore forward Tommy Grant scored off of a centering pass from freshman defenseman Curtis Leinweber in the last minute of the first period.

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...

Nationally ranked cross-country team off to early success

The men's and women's cross-country teams are off to a great start for their 2017 campaigns.

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There are several more mountain runs scheduled for the summer. Complete information can be found at www.alaskamountainrunners.org/calendar.htm . Upcoming events include: Matanuska Peak Challenge...

When coach resigns, basketball players band together

To the surprise of those around her, Jody Hensen, coach of the UAA women's basketball team for the past three seasons, resigned March 20. "It...

UAA skiers set for national stage

Gudmundsdottir and Kollo among freshmen to watch

VIDEO: UAA Men’s Basketball Head Coach Rusty Osborne post-game interview Nov. 13

UAA Men's Basketball Head Coach Rusty Osborne answers some questions after the Seawolves' 84-70 loss to Lewis University Nov. 13 in Anaheim.

Seawolves travel south to challenge number one Vikings

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Athletic Director Hackett hosts media day

University of Alaska Anchorage Athletic Director Keith Hackett along with head coaches and members of the Athletic Department hosted a media day and tour of the new Alaska Airlines Arena. The excitement is high among members of the Athletic Department for the opening of the new state of the art arena in Anchorage and at UAA.

Ski standouts Wunderle, Klocker qualify for Nationals

He may not have won any races this season, but Raphael Wunderle has made quite a mark on UAA's Nordic ski team. Wunderle has finished in the top ten in every single race he has competed in this season, with his highest finish being third place. But the native of Bubenbach, Germany, is humble.

Hometown hockey heroes

Jackstadt, Duwe, Wright, and Van Allen sit down with TNL

Meet the Seawolf: Chris Crowell

TNL's sports editor, Taylor Hall, gets the lowdown on one of UAA's stars on the ice, hockey player Chris Crowell, who will be playing his final year of hockey next year. TNL: First off, congrats on becoming captain. Where and how did you get the news that you being named captain and what was your reaction?

Who is trending up and who is trending down in the NFL

This week's sport's Overtime focuses on items that are trending up and those that are trending down in the world of US sports. Check out TNL's picks for the top three and the bottom three.

Team bonding over blood, sweat and sand

The UAA alpine and cross-country ski team invites other athletic teams to join their workout tradition at Kincaid Park’s sand dunes

Sweet, sweet victory

UAA upends Cal Baptist in overtime, 82-79

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Men’s Basketball Green and Gold Canned A trip to the Wells Fargo Sports Complex Nov. 5 for the annual men’s basketball Green and Gold Scrimmage would...