Former UAA athlete Sierra Afoa becomes assistant coach

For those who keep up with women’s basketball at UAA, you may remember the starting center from last season, Sierra Afoa. Former student and...

UAA women’s basketball stellar season cut short by COVID-19 pandemic

The University of Alaska Anchorage’s women’s basketball team was in Hawaii, getting ready to practice for their March 13 matchup against conference-rival Western Washington,...

Cloninger and Wandersee stand out in back-to-back meets

Seawolves continue to hold No. 1 spot in conference after defeating Concordia and Western Oregon.

The Great Alaska Shootout is here to play

The 37th annual Great Alaska Shootout has a rich history and a bright future

Lady Seawolves host Nanooks, Geckos and Antelopes for the AT&T Classic

The lady Seawolf basketball team prepares to lace up and step on the court to face the Nyack Warriors as ladies of Nyack College...

No. 1 Seawolves run away with 26 point blowout over Saints

Coach McCarthy: “We’re keeping our eye on what our mission is”

Women’s basketball improves to 8-0

UAA wins first back-to-back conference games of the season to remain unbeaten

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...

New women’s basketball coach announced.

Athletic Director Steve Cobb announced Aug.14 that Ryan McCarthy has been hired as the women’s basketball coach at University of Alaska Anchorage after the...

Rohde nets National Player of the Year award

UAA senior Taylor Rohde has been no stranger to personal accolades since he arrived on campus last year. The 6’9” center has literally towered over all others, collecting awards left and right at both a league and West Region level.

Womens basketball 2009/2010 season in review

The UAA Women’s Basketball team has finished up their season and once again, proved they were one of the West Region and GNAC powerhouses...

From Lynx to Seawolves: a quartet of Dimond alumni team up for UAA

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,...

UAA women’s basketball put to the test in back-to-back games

The Seawolf women's basketball team competed in their final regular season games before heading to conference championships

Jamborees, Hoop Classics, and Seawolves, oh my!

This past weekend was a busy one at the Alaska Airlines Center. Both the men's and women's basketball teams hosted events that took place...

1-on-1: Christian Leckband

Christian Leckband Position: Forward Major: Business Administration, MarketingBasketball is king for many youth in rural Alaska. A brightly lit gymnasium and rack of basketballs can serve...

VIDEO: UAA Men’s Basketball Head Coach Rusty Osborne post-game interview Nov. 14

UAA Men's Basketball Head Coach Rusty Osborne spoke with TNL after their 67-52 win over UCSD in Anaheim.

Wildcats break UAA home win streak

The UAA Men’s basketball team felt the sting of defeat to Central Washington University, losing 52-50 in what could be considered a questionably called...

Is Michael Jordan the player Michael Jordan thinks he is?

“I don’t think I would lose — other than to Kobe Bryant, because he steals all my moves,” Michael Jordan said. That’s how Air responded when asked how’d he fair in one-on-one games against Jerry West (seriously?), Elgin Baylor, Julius Erving, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony, Kobe Bryant and LeBron James. No one does arrogant better than Mike. But he’s right. Right?

Seawolves struggle against Crusaders

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.

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...

UAA Seawolves Men’s Basketball Players Set New Records

Feb. 22 The last basketball game to be played in the Wells Fargo Sports Complex was played on Saturday night between the UAA and Western...

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...

UAA’s 2007-08 Men’s basketball team — Where are they now?

Four standout alumni from UAA's basketball team look back at their collegiate careers and reflect on how it has shaped their lives

Sweet, sweet victory

UAA upends Cal Baptist in overtime, 82-79

Men’s basketball suffers 20 point loss in first Shootout game

The Seawolves experienced a slow start to the 2017 GCI Great Alaska Shootout

Former Seawolf receives WBCA coaching honors

Wasilla local Alysha Devine is one of the eight NCAA Division II coaches honored by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association, and the third consecutive UAA coach earning Thirty Under 30 honors.

Vikings knock out Seawolves

WWU ends UAA's season

Men’s basketball kicks off the season with back-to-back wins

After eight months with no competition, rigorous training and adapting to new team members, the UAA men's basketball team kicked off the season on...

Previewing the Seawolves-Nanooks matchup

The Seawolf men’s basketball team has plenty of time to prepare for its Saturday showdown with in-state rival, UAF Nanooks. Coming off a road trip to Washington, the UAA men only have the Nanooks to prep for this week. The second meeting of the season tips off at 7 p.m. Saturday night at the Wells Fargo Center.

Five-year-old James Ludwig joins the men’s basketball team

The UAA men's basketball team finally revealed their newest member on Wednesday, Oct. 23 to a press conference held at the Alaska Airlines Center....