The beginning of a new gymnastics era

UAA’s gymnastics team gathered for their first official day of practice under new head coach Tanya Ho.

Miller placed No.1 on MPSF all-academic team

After the conclusion of the 2017-18 gymnastics season, it was announced that six of the 14 women on the UAA gymnastics team were awarded...

Seawolf gymnasts debut 2018 season

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

Fall 2017 UAA Athletics recap

Karolin Anders is a former member of the UAA track and field team. The accomplishments of UAA’s athletic department have already added up to an...

Season-high score concludes gymnastics season

Despite the amount of injuries and the lack of a full squad for the majority of the season, head coach Tanya Ho and assistant coach Alina Cartwright produced a season with four wins, one loss, one 2nd of 3 and two 3rd of 3 meets.

Seawolf Athletics keep busy over winter break

With the majority of UAA's athletic teams now in season, the athletes kept busy with games, meets, training and traveling.

Tanya Ho named head coach of Seawolf gymnastics

  After 33 years, UAA's first and only head gymnastics coach Paul Stoklos announced his retirement at the end of the past school year. On...

Fox finishes first collegiate gymnastics season as standout

At the first meet of the season, Isabelle Fox was awarded MPSF Freshman of the Week based on her exceptional performance at a dual meet against Cortland in early January. She scored 9.60 or higher on seven of her eight routines.

Seawolf gymnasts fend off Centenary

The gymnastic team returns to action on Feb. 23 in Seattle, Washington, facing conference foes Seattle Pacific and Sacramento State in a tri-meet. The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championships are scheduled for March 24.

Gymnastics hosts multi-team invitational

The gymnasts have competed in their final home meet of the season, but will be back in action again in Louisiana on Feb. 9 against Centenary.

Arbuckle excels academically and athletically in both her degree and individual events

Madeline Arbuckle, a UAA student-athlete, spent her 2016-17 year at school and on the road for gymnastics meets, making significant achievements. "At this point, I...

‘Gymwolves’ prepare for MPSF Championships

The conference meet starts at 4 p.m. on March 24. Live coverage and more information about the meet can be found at mpsports.org.

UAA Gymnasts kick off second to last regular season meet

With only one more meet after this before conference championships, the gymnasts preformed against UC Davis.

UAA gymnastics team off to a strong start

The UAA gymnastics team started its first season in the Alaska Airlines Center with two strong victories against Winona State University. UAA beat Winona...

UAA Gymnastics Coach Paul Stoklos trains to save lives

UAA may know Paul Stoklos as being the Seawolf Gymnastics coach since the program began in 1985 but he has a hobby that he is just as passionate about away from the mats and bars. “When I got into ski patrolling here somebody told me, ‘well there’s this guy who’s a ski patrol instructor’ and that was Bill Tai, who was my link into Alaska Search and Rescue Dogs,” Stoklos said.

Gymnastics season opener brings new energy

With nearly half a new team, the Seawolves begin the new season with a prospective future in sight.

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...

Seawolf gymnastics team loses final event at WFSC

March 1, 2014 In the final event at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex last Sunday, the University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves competed against the Lindenwood University Lions in a gymnastics meet. Freshman Julia York posted a score of 9.675 on the vault. The Seawolves lost the vault event to the Lions by a score of 48.450 to 47.850.

Seawolves go 1-1 in back-to-back gymnastics meets

The Seawolves pulled off a win despite a close scoring margin in Friday’s gymnastics meet against the Seattle Pacific Falcons. Freshman gymnast M’rcy Matsunami was a stunner in this one, leading the ‘Wolves to a 191.675-191.575 victory.

UAA Gymnastics squad is on an upward flight

The Seawolf gymnastics team is gearing up for the last leg of the season. Through seven meets, the club appears capable of a strong finish.

Meet the Seawolf: Melissa Doucette

TNL Sports Editor, Taylor Hall, does a Q&A with UAA Gymnast, Melissa Doucette. How did you get started in gymnastics? It was in a “Mommy and Me” class. I saw others doing it and decided I wanted to join in on it.

Seawolves tumble to fourth at gymnastics championships

It wasn’t a great night for the Seawolf gymnastics team Saturday, as they finished fourth in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championship meet in Seattle, Wash.

UAA gymnast Matsunami headed to NCAA West Regional Championships

11. That’s the total number of Seawolves who have captured a spot at the NCAA Division I West Regional Championships since 1988. On April 6 in Corvallis, Ore., freshman M’rcy Matsunami will tack on one more gymnast to the tally.

Seawolf gymnasts happy, not complacant

The Seawolves’ gymnastics team has the skill, attitude, and determination to come out on top of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Conference, and from the looks of it are already vaulting toward that goal. The UAA gymnasts are averaging about the same scores as they did last season at this point. Recently took 2nd place at a tournament in Towson, Md. Earlier in the year, they tumbled past the SUNY Cortland Red Dragons for two home wins.

Bryan tabbed gymnasts’ Team MVP

Courtesy: UAA Sports Information ANCHORAGE – Sophomore Stefany Bryan was named the Alaska Anchorage gymnastics team’s 2014 MVP on Thursday night as the Seawolves celebrated with their...

Balancing Act: Road trip to Bowling Green, Ohio

Updated last Saturday, January 23, 2016 After a whole semester of pre-season training and three weeks of practice we finally reached the week of our...