Seawolves solve offensive woes in 4-3 win over Chargers

Next two WCHA series to determine UAA’s postseason fate

UAA gets 63-55 win over Lopes

It wasn't easy by any means, but the UAA Seawolves got another close win over a West Region opponent. The 63-55 victory came against...

Runners compete in smokiest Mount Marathon race ever

For the 92nd year, hundreds of athletes flocked to Seward, Alaska on July 4 to scramble up and down the 3,022 foot peak of...

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.

UAA Senior Matt Bailey Signs NHL Contract

University of Alaska Anchorage senior hockey captain Matt Bailey signed a two-year contract with the National Hockey League’s Anaheim Ducks on March 25. Bailey...

Skaters drop the ball, er, puck…again

Sometimes statistics are just plain meaningless. UAA goalie Kevin Reiter stopped 68 shots combined in a weekend series against No. 4-ranked North Dakota while the...

Agostino leads improving Seawolf gymnastics squad

Lauren Agostino led UAA's women's gymnastics with an individual win over visiting Iowa on Feb. 9. The Seawolves, who fell to the Hawkeyes 189.657 to 192.125, made significant improvements and surprised themselves with their own finish. Steadily improving by one point per meet, the women finished three points higher than their previous meet at Ball State, where they scored 186.

Renergized runners return to competition

After a successful start to the UAA Cross Country Team’s 2011 season, they seem to have hit the calm before the eye of the...

Seawolves sink Lakers’ ship

UAA bounces back, drops anchor on Lakers late in third

Hike up Rendezvous Peak makes for windy walk

After a few days of rain down in Anchorage, UAA grad student Greg McCann and I were hoping for some promising accumulations of snow...

UAA hockey splits first conference games

With a one-to-one win-loss ratio, the Seawolves currently sit at a tie for eighth in their first two WCHA games of the season.

New athletic clubs may be started by students

As I walked through the annual Campus Kickoff last Sunday, I noticed a lot of great opportunities UAA has to offer. There was an...

Seawolves cut it close before adding a 19th win to their streak

UAA volleyball come close in a second anxious game for the weekend.

Seawolf gymnasts debut 2018 season

Having only one unofficial meet prior, UAA competed in their first regular season meet against Cortland.

Western Kentucky tops UAA in women’s Great Alaska Shootout championship

Seawolves have not won the Alaska tournament in six years

Seawolves travel south to challenge number one Vikings

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Meet the Seawolf: Ivy O’Guinn

It seems UAA freshman Ivy O’Guinn has this whole running thing pretty figured out. A two-sport athlete running both cross-country and track and field for...

Kurgat named XC Athlete of the Year

Kurgat adds the individual national win and Athlete of the Year title to several other awards, including three USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Week awards and two Great Northwest Athletic Conference runner of the week awards.

Rivalry continues, UAF takes third straight win

Fairbanks enjoys the UAA vs. UAF rivalry, and it showed when they took out the Seawolf women's basketball team 80-72 for the third straight...

Seawolves rank 9th in West Region rankings

The women’s basketball team is getting hot at the right time of year. The Seawolf hoopers (15-8 in Division II play) have rattled off six straight wins and ranked ninth in the NCAA Div. II West Region Women’s Basketball Rankings.

Sports Briefs

Kielpinski earns seventh GNAC honor UAA junior center Rebecca Kielpinski was named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Player of the Week for women's basketball Nov. 26 after leading the Seawolves to their second straight Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout championship Nov.

Sophomore forward more than a go-to guy

Coquitlam, British Columbia, is a scenic city with a population of more than 120,000 residents. This city, located just a 15-minute drive from Vancouver, is the place UAA forward Josh Lunden calls home.

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...

UAA gymnastics makes efforts to save athletic program

The University of Illinois at Chicago announced that they shutting down their men and women's gymnastics teams after the upcoming 2018-19 season. In doing...

Alaska Airlines Center starting to take off

As the Seawolf student body makes its way back to UAA for the 2013 fall semester, they will notice significant progress on the latest addition to the main campus: the under-construction Alaska Airlines Center. The $109 million project isn't slated to finish construction until June 2014, but a sneak peek of the arena proved it should be well worth the wait.

Gymnastics take on BYU at home this weekend

The UAA Gymnastics squad hosts their first home meet of the season this Saturday at 7:00 p.m. in the Alaska Airlines Center when they...

UAA practices with passion

The ball rises to the net and Diana Gordon has her sights set. Wham! With the force of her entire body, the outside...

Seawolves still confident after 1-point loss against state rivals

The UAA men's basketball team traveled north on Dec. 8 to compete against in-state rivals UAF. In the annual game, taking place at the...

Vikings knock out Seawolves

WWU ends UAA's season