St. John’s storms off with title, UAA claims forth

For the first time since 2005, the Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout Championship gold pan will leave Anchorage and be taken home by the Kent...

Going pro: UAA athletes pursue athletic careers after college

  High school students often dream of continuing their athletic careers at the collegiate level, and many of those collegiate athletes later strive to take...

Seawolves sweep SpringHill Suites Invitational tournament

The Seawolf volleyball team won its first tournament of the season Saturday night by defeating Western New Mexico University in the SpringHill Suites Invitational. The win was settled in three sets with the scores 25-20, 25-21, 25-16.

UAA marches to the Final Four

Seawolves steamroll Patriots in Elite 8 matchup

Canaan, Racers take Shootout crown

Give Isaiah Canaan the key to the city of Anchorage. He owns this town after his display in the 2011 Great Alaska Shootout Championship game that lifted the Murray State Racers to a thrilling 90-81 win in double overtime over the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles. Canaan would finish with a tournament-high 36 points, eight rebounds and four assists in 45 minutes of play. The junior guard shot 11 of 22 from the field, as well as 6 of 11 from beyond the arc. The Biloxi, Mississippi native also hit all of his eight attempts from the free throw line.

VIDEO: Kaylie Robison post-game interview

UAA Junior forward Kaylie Robison answers some questions after the Seawolves beat UCSD 74-62.

The secret of basketball isn’t related to basketball

With Saturday afternoon’s 74-72 victory over Montana State University Billings, the UAA women’s basketball team completed their historic 2014-15 regular season, going 27-1, 17-1...

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.

UAA basketball goes three for four in home series

The UAA women started the home series of basketball games, Feb. 10, at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex beating Saint Martins 64-48. A team...

A shift in culture: Coach McCarthy transforms women’s basketball program

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...

Seawolf women dazzle 6th-ranked Falcons

The UAA women’s basketball team knocked off nationally ranked Seattle Pacific University. The Seawolves dominated the Falcons the entire game. They managed to fend off a late SPU comeback eclipsing them 77-65. The Seawolves are undoubtedly off to an industrious start in GNAC conference play.

Women’s basketball team wins final GCI Great Alaska Shootout tournament

Head coach Ryan McCarthy: “To me this was our best defensive performance and from an effort standpoint and we are very happy to have put ourselves in a position to accomplish one of our goals for the season.”

Dixie St. storms back, defeats UAA 75-58

After being up 32-23 at the half, the Seawolves were torched for 52 points in the second and fell to the Dixie State Red...

Jenna Buchanan Q&A

Basketball is king for many youth in rural Alaska. A brightly lit gymnasium and rack of basketballs can serve as a refuge from the...

Women’s basketball improves to 8-0

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

Seawolves spoil Falcons’ upset hopes at home

When Seawolf forward Megan Mullings checked out of last Thursday’s game against Seattle Pacific University for good, the Alaska Airlines Center gave what sounded...

For 40 years, Piccard has seen it all

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.

Seawolves claim fourth place in Shootout

Even though the men sported a smaller field at the 2009 Great Alaska Shootout, there was no lack of surprises and excitement in the...

UAA looks to take down Falcons and Crusaders

The 13th ranked UAA Seawolf ladies will hit the road in what is sure to be a crucial road series when they square off...

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
UAA Men's Almni Basketball team. Credit: Skip Hickey

Current Seawolves beat out alumni in a high-scoring game

To kick off the winter break, the UAA men's basketball team arrived at the Alaska Airlines Center prepared to meet UAA alumni on the...

Seawolves resilient in wins over Wildcats, NNU

For a team who entered the week leading the country in margin of victory (+29.9 points), outing a team by only 8 points is...

Meet the Seawolf: Mario Gill

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.

Athletics recruitment continues as 2017 seasons approach

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.

Seawolf Women #1 in national poll

In sports, there is no shortage of average teams — teams that win some and lose some at about the same frequency. Very few...

VIDEO: UAA Men’s Basketball Taylor Rhode and Steve White

UAA Junior transfer forward Taylor Rhode and UAA Junior guard Steve White talk about their trip to Anaheim, the addition of Rhode to the...

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...

40th GCI Great Alaska Shootout will conclude an Anchorage tradition

Interim Chancellor Samuel Gingerich announced on Aug. 24 that the annual GCI Great Alaska Shootout will take place for the last time in 2017,...

Kiki Robertson: Women’s basketball all-star

From polar opposites, Hawaii to Alaska, senior Kiki Robertson has made a substantial impression on the UAA women's basketball team.

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?