Four standout alumni from UAA's basketball team look back at their collegiate careers and reflect on how it has shaped their lives
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.
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Thursday, newly-hired UAA women’s basketball coach Nathan Altenhofen resigned from his post citing professional misconduct. UAA athletic director Steve Cobb accepted his resignation, but did...
The UAA Men’s Basketball had a busy offseason and it could pay big dividends come March this upcoming season when they make the push for supremacy in both the GNAC conference and West Region playoffs. One year being removed from a team that made it to the GNAC championship and 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament, the Seawolves stocked up on more talent by adding two players who bring Division-I experience with them.
Mario Gill is known for being on the basketball team and is often found on the court whether it’s at practice or in a game. Off the court, he’s a smooth talking, fun, out-going guy who knows everyone’s name. In the gym, he’s determined and focused, but when he’s not “on the clock,” he loves to have fun, relax and listen to music. The-21-year old hails from Portland, Oregon and has played for Wilson High School. In 2008, he was named Portland Interscholastic League’s Player of the Year, and also participated in the Les Schwab Northwest Shootout.
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.
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Now that the 2017-18 seasons are just around the corner for many sports, women's basketball, gymnastics and cross-country have been announcing new recruits for their teams.
Guard Diante Mitchell leaves game with lower-leg injury
About a month ago Stephen Curry was named the NBA’s Most Valuable Player.The Golden State Warriors shooting guard helped his club jump out to...
Despite having a tournament field without some of the high profile basketball programs Shootout junkies are used to, the 2010 Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout...
After the commencement of the 2016-17 school year and athletic seasons, many of the UAA teams are losing a significant portion of their rosters and aim to reboot their teams.
UAA Junior guard Mario Gill and Freshman guard Travis Thompson talk about their game against Dixie State in Anaheim during the Disney West Coast...
After a summer exhibition in Taiwan that gave the team a chance to acclimate to new players, the UAA women's basketball team was back...
There was a common theme this past week during the UAA Women’s Basketball games against Northwest Nazarene on Jan. 26 and against Central Washington on Jan. 28.
UAA Women's Head Coach Tim Moser speaks about the team's performance tonight against TWU and their overall performance in the 2010 Disney West Coast...
Coach Moser and Senior guard Nikki Aiden sit down with The Northern Light during their trip to Anaheim for the Disney West Coast Tip...
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UAA wins first back-to-back conference games of the season to remain unbeaten
Sasha King is the starting point guard for the Seawolf women’s basketball team. Since it’s Women’s History Month, I decided it would be cool to have a one-on-one with her about the season, her future plans, women’s sports and her record-breaking performance against Northwest Nazarene.
Seawolves have not won the Alaska tournament in six years
As the UAA women's basketball team nears the end of the season, the team still continues to maintain high standings.
UAA is riding a game high 10 points from senior guard Brandon Walker in route to a 28-24 halftime lead over UC-San Diego. For a...
Each year in Alaska, hundreds of women’s high school basketball players take to the court all across the state. In the Anchorage bowl alone,...
The Seawolf men’s basketball team escaped a packed Wells Fargo Center Saturday night with a dramatic, 71-69 victory over the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Only a couple months removed from being named the 2012-13 team MVP, Kyle Fossman is back on his grind. His play also netted him a First Team All-GNAC selection, but he isn’t resting on his laurels this offseason.
The Seawolf Women’s Basketball team extended its lead in Great Northwest Athletic Conference standings over the Western Washington Vikings with their 72-50 win over WWU on Feb. 9 at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex. This win kept the Vikings from trying to unseat the Seawolves from their No. 1 spot in the GNAC within the next couple of games and all but locked up the regular season GNAC title for the Seawolves.
UAA upends Cal Baptist in overtime, 82-79
Seawolves continue to hold No. 1 spot in conference after defeating Concordia and Western Oregon.