Seawolves make playoffs

The UAA men's basketball team took their final win of the regular season 99-95 against 9th nationally ranked Western Washington, who has first place...

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Overtime: Brittney Griner’s potential is limitless

The Phoenix Mercury won last month’s WNBA draft lottery. Their prize is the dominant center from Baylor University, Brittney Griner.

A letter to Sixer fans, for those few still out there

Dear Those of You Who Survived Eddie Jordan, It’s time to use patience. Think of the hours you logged watching Samuel Dalembert attempt to play up...

Zumba can take your workout to a new level

For years, society has been attracted to health crazes, from diets to workout regiments. We have seen step aerobics, kick boxing, yoga, pilaties, yogolaties,...

Going ‘green’ at Mayor’s Marathon

For the eighth time in its 36-year history, UAA hosted and organized the Mayors Marathon and are made an effort to reduce the amount of waste created by the aid stations along the course of Anchorage's largest running event. Part of these duties includes staffing aid stations with volunteers from local businesses and non-profits.

Parker voted as MVP at ski banquet

The UAA ski team concluded their record-breaking season at the end of the year team banquet on Friday, April 3, with freshman Alex Parker receiving the Most Valuable Player award. Junior Lacy Saugstad brought home the Most Improved honor, while the trio of freshman Lex Treinen, sophomore Max Treinen and senior Raphael Wunderle were selected as the Most Inspirational team members.

A dozen new faces for 2017-18 UAA hockey

The Seawolves will boast a new lineup with 12 new freshmen

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.

With expansion looming, UAF is the obvious candidate for WCHA conference

For anyone who opens to the Anchorage Daily News' sports section on a regular basis you should know that the Western Collegiate Hockey Association is, in near certainty, going to expand its field from 10 to 12 teams within the next couple of years. The most anticipated program that is expected to get into the conference, as well as the only one that has officially applied for admission into the WCHA is Bemidji State.

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.

NASCAR racing Alaskan style

Thundering engines, spinouts, crashes, vintage music, beautiful cars and hundreds of spectators can be found at the North Star Speedway featuring weekly NASCAR racing. 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

Winter Olympics are bringing forth more extreme sports

The 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games ushered in a new era when they brought in the new sport of Ski-cross into the spotlight. The...

Seawolves lack sports rituals, traditions, and supersitions

In 2000, Terrell Owens got himself into a bit of trouble after scoring a touchdown, then running to the Star in the middle of...

Shootout at the Sports Center corral

Wyatt Earp was nowhere to be found at the Sports Center on Nov. 6, but a couple of gunslingers did show up. Senior guard...

UPDATED: Hockey association sends out anti-Steve Cobb resolution

Update: The UAA Hockey Alumni Association has now issued its own vote of no confidence in athletic director Steve Cobb. The organization consists of over 300 former Seawolf hockey players. In the resolution – which can be found below – the group cites many “deficiencies” in Cobb’s leadership of the hockey program. The alumni association believes “Cobb’s failed leadership and lack of professionalism has eroded all alumni relations” and takes issue with the lack of ice rink capabilities in the new sports complex. The former players also claim “Cobb has shunned the UAA Hockey Alumni and hockey community during the hiring of the previous head hockey coach and is repeating the same in 2013.”

Potulny leads No.1 Golden Gophers past Seawolves

The only goal the Seawolf faithful had to cheer about during UAA's Feb. 25 game with Minnesota found the back of the net during...

Seawolves fall short, Vermont wins Classic title

The season opening Nye Frontier Classic hockey tournament this past weekend was a tale of two games for the University of Alaska Anchorage. A...

Utah JC standout joins UAA backcourt

Head coach Rusty Osborne added another accomplished junior-college guard to the Alaska Anchorage men's basketball roster Thursday when he announced that Donnie Lau has signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the Seawolves. Lau, 6-2, 190 pounds, comes to UAA from Snow College in Ephraim, Utah, where he dished 241 assists in his two seasons.

Hamilton makes history but Seawolves settle for split

Shea Hamilton made UAA history against St. Cloud State and in the process the Seawolves snapped a three-game losing skid. Hamilton, a standout...

Oleson’s offense leads Nanook feast of Seawolves

Fairbanks – You wouldn’t have known from watching him but Brad Oleson played on an injured ankle against UAA. After the University of Alaska...

Heads up: 2017-18 UAA basketball schedule preview

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...

Seawolf hockey is looking solid so far

After a few disappointing years, Seawolf hockey finally seems to be on the upswing. Even though it is still too early in the season to make any predictions about how they will perform later on, so far it looks promising. At this point, promise doesn't have to mean that they will win a conference championship or make it to the "Frozen Four," though it is always a goal, but it really doesn't have to.

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.

Cross country kicks off the season with only home meet

The season-opening UAA Invitational, which is the only home meet of the season for Seawolf cross-country, is set to be held on the familiar trails of Kincaid Park. The competition will be between UAA and the Abilene Christian University Wildcats. ACU, from Abilene, Tex.

Alaska Airlines Center Fitness Room Hours Not Enough

UAA students living in the residence halls have expressed concern over the accessibility of the new student fitness room in the Alaska Airlines Center. The fitness space, located...

NCAA Championship calls for the Seawolves

Kurgat took the individual title, leading the women’s team to a second-place finish, while the men’s team finished fifth overall at the West Regional Championship

VIDEO: #44 Casey Robinson post-game interview Nov. 13.

UAA Senior forward Casey Robinson spoke with TNL after the Seawolves' 84-70 loss to Lewis University in Anaheim.

Previewing the Seawolves hockey matchup

The Seawolves will clash with the Colorado College Tigers Friday and Saturday night. This is an important set of games. They are opportunities for the green and gold to salvage what has turned into a disappointing season of hockey.