Muff Butler, who works 363 nights a year cleaning Club Paris, is also a private coach for hire, helping high school athletes tone up their game. Once a promising young athlete himself, Butler got involved in the drug trade as a young adult and spent many years in and out of jail. Nine years ago, as he left prison, he said he was determined to change his life. Basketball seemed like a natural way to do that, he said.
Hired as the Director of Student Services when UAA was Anchorage Community College, Piccard played key roles throughout the university. Piccard was inducted into the Seawolf Hall of Fame in 2001 for his work helping expand an athletic department that only housed three sports at the time of his arrival.
The GCI Great Alaska Shootout will play in its 40th and final year over Thanksgiving 2017 before officially ceasing
The Seawolves will be taking on Holy Names University in a weekend doubleheader on Nov. 17 and 18 at the Alaska Airlines Center. Games start at 7:30 p.m.
The 2017 men's basketball squad showed off against alumni after a drastic roster change.
Orton returns to UAA with ample experience in coaching, recruiting and academics
Since 2010, the University of Alaska Anchorage’s Athletic Department has recognized former exemplary athletes and long-time contributors by inducting them to the Seawolf Hall...
Interim Chancellor Samuel Gingerich announced on Aug. 24 that the annual GCI Great Alaska Shootout will take place for the last time in 2017...
Interim Chancellor Samuel Gingerich announced on Aug. 24 that the annual GCI Great Alaska Shootout will take place for the last time in 2017,...
High school students often dream of continuing their athletic careers at the collegiate level, and many of those collegiate athletes later strive to take...
Son of UAA head basketball coach signed national letter of intent to join the Seawolves following his 2017 graduation from Dimond High School
The UAA Athletics Department has released the new schedules for the 2017-18 season. With another college basketball season approaching, the time is right to...
Four standout alumni from UAA's basketball team look back at their collegiate careers and reflect on how it has shaped their lives
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.
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.
After four years of collegiate athletics, UAA seniors reflect on their careers in their respective sports.
Seawolves end their 26-game winning streak with season-ending loss
The UAA women's basketball season is officially ended, but special recognition is deserved for the individual and team records for the 2016-17 season.
In the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships, UAA men's basketball suffered a loss by only 7 points.
The Seawolf women's basketball team competed in their final regular season games before heading to conference championships
From polar opposites, Hawaii to Alaska, senior Kiki Robertson has made a substantial impression on the UAA women's basketball team.
Mirroring the previous 2015-16 season, the Seawolves are coming to a close in the current season with a national No. 2 rank.
As the UAA women's basketball team nears the end of the season, the team still continues to maintain high standings.
Both in their senior season, Alysha and Connor are making their names known.
The Seawolves deputed their season with two back to back wins.
UAA men's basketball clash against each other in intrasquad scrimmage
At 38-3, the UAA women's basketball team just completed their best season in school history, and were arguably the greatest team Seawolf Athletics has...
Seawolves fall short to Lubbock Christian in NCAA Championship
Seawolves steamroll Patriots in Elite 8 matchup
UAA upends Cal Baptist in overtime, 82-79