West High Ski Swap supports UAA ski team

Need to get rid of your old skis or snowboards and make some money? Are you looking for a good deal on the latest...

Running hurt at GNACs: Kaempf, Stum lead the way

The UAA men finished in second place and the women third at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Cross Country championships in McKinleyville, Calif. Oct....

Andreas Adde raises the bar for UAA alpine skiing

Without question, the face of UAA Alpine Skiing belongs to sophomore Andreas Adde. Adde, from Osteras, Norway, made quite an impact his freshman year, and...

Seawolf skiing takes on competition in Utah

Already halfway through their season, the skiers of UAA traveled down to Utah to participate in a two-weekend meet.

Governor’s Cup shortened to two games

Fans looking for more Alaska in-state rivalry action this year are going to have to make do with a little less. For the first time since the 1998-99 season, the Governor's Cup is being shortened from four games to two. The series, between both University of Alaska schools Anchorage and Fairbanks, is being shortened in order for both UAA and UAF to play in each other's exempt conference tournaments according to UAA head hockey coach, Dave Shyiak.

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.

Gymnasts plagued by injuries at home meets

Although the Centenary Ladies bested Seawolf gymnasts two times last week, UAA continues to look to the future and analyze the areas they need to work on. While the Seawolves stayed right on the Ladies' heels in the fi rst meet on Jan. 16, the Ladies would eventually succeed 185.

Seawolves, Wildcats each pick up a win

Friday night the University of Anchorage Alaska faced off against the Northern Michigan University Wildcats. The ‘Wolves and Wildcats would both pick up a victory in the weekends two game series. Friday night would belong to the Wildcats, as they beat the Seawolves 3-1. The first goal of the game scored by NMU’s Mitch Jones, his goal came at 11:27. The Seawolves would tie the game at 14:35 with a goal scored by Dylan Hubbs.

The Pioneers head up to challenge the Seawolves

By Damaris Craig and Lee Hall This week will find the Seawolves hockey team hosting the University of Denver Pioneers here at the Sullivan Arena....

Adrenaline rush in the Alaskan backcountry

Over the weekend of April 12-15, competitors and spectators from all over the world met at Summit Lake for the annual Arctic Man race,...

Lady Seawolves finish perfect season at home

In what has been the most successful and exciting season in UAA women's basketball history, the surprises keep on coming. With a 69-58 victory over Northwest Nazarene Feb. 24, the Seawolves capped a perfect 15-0 home record. At the beginning of the season, the Seawolves were picked to finish fifth in the GNAC preseason coaches' poll.

Nanooks send UAA packing in 3-2 win

Tyler Morley's two goals makes it a senior night to remember

Addition of beach volleyball to the NCAA would be a good thing

Even though sand volleyball probably won’t make an appearance at UAA, it would be a good addition to the NCAA

Déjà vu and MSU

The recent volleyball match may seem like a case of déjà vu, and it should. When the UAA volleyball team traveled to Billings, Montana...

Nanooks clinch Governor’s Cup, ask for more tonight

Win tonight, and live to play in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoffs. Lose, and start summer training. Those are the stakes tonight between the...

Overtime: A look into the fanatic world of Fantasy Football

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, get comfy in your couch cushions, plug your lap tops in, grab a remote, and keep a close...

NHL comes to town

Anchorage hockey fans were treated to a rare NHL hockey game Sept. 15 at the Sullivan Arena. Although the weekend series was trimmed to an...

Sports Briefs

DayChief named WCHA Rookie of the Week Freshman Winston DayChief, who factored in both game-winning goals as UAA posted a two-game home-ice sweep over rival UAF last weekend, has been named the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Rookie of the Week. A 6-1, 195-pound forward from Standoff, Alberta, DayChief extended his point-scoring streak to four games by tallying two goals and adding one assist as the Seawolves won the opening two games of the Alaska Airlines Governor's Cup series while improving to 3-0-1.

Things looking warmer for Seawolf hockey team

In a weekend where the temperature dropped below zero, hockey fans witnessed UAA's team warming up. The Seawolves took three out of a possible four WCHA standing points from the Michigan Tech Huskies, a team coming off a three-point weekend of their own after beating and tying first-place Colorado College on Jan.

Swirbul accumulates two All-Americans at nationals

Over the weekend of March 7, 12 Seawolves traveled to Colorado to compete in the national ski meet

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.

Locker room remodel nears finish for the fall

The locker room construction in the Wells Fargo Sports Complex is nearing completion. When school starts, the areas will be open for students to shower and change in or out of workout gear. The new lockers, however, won't be installed quite yet. That will happen over the long Labor Day weekend.

80s Runners Take UAA Trails and Roads

A freshman at UAA this year was born at least six years after the theme’s time period, but that did not keep the Architecture...

Overtime: A message for Red Sox Nation

The Red Sox clinched the 2013 World Series title last week in Boston, and an entire city collectively rejoiced. The rest of the country collectively rolled their eyes. As another classic October unfolded in the baseball universe, I was reminded of something I had known for years: I loathe Red Sox Nation.

New teams join GNAC, WCHA

The GNAC and WCHA just got larger and more difficult to navigate through for the Seawolves. That is because three newcomers to the conferences are...

Mount Marathon: Over 100 years in the making

The annual Mount Marathon race is one of the oldest races in Alaska. On July 4, thousands of Alaskans and out-of-staters flock to Seward...

Slush Cup, Spring Carnival makes annual return

After a season of fantastic skiing conditions, Alyeska is closing the year out with its biggest weekend to date. The 33rd annual Spring Carnival...

My top 10 Shootout memories

I walked into the Sullivan Arena on Nov. 22, 1995 for my first ever Great Alaska Shootout session. That night, I saw the sweet...

Getting to know women’s basketball coach Ryan McCarthy

The Seawolf women’s basketball team ended last year nationally ranked. Led by longtime coach Tim Moser, they were nearly unstoppable with a record of 30 wins and five losses. New head coach Ryan McCarthy, however, is up to filling big shoes.