Seawolves picked 7th in GNAC poll

The UAA volleyball team was picked to finish seventh in the annual Great Northwest Athletic Conference preseason coaches' poll, released last Friday. The Seawolves, who finished sixth in the nine-team league last year (15-14 overall, 7-9 GNAC), received 27 points in the balloting.

Spring Team Challenge returns to UAA and puts students’ skills to the test in...

The snow is melting away and the sunshine is more noticable around Anchorage. This can only mean one thing for UAA students. The Spring Team...

Seawolves look to regroup, set sights on BSU Beavers

The odd week off in the WCHA came at a bit of a strange time for the UAA Seawolves, but it may be just...

Seawolves come up short against MSUB

The UAA Men’s Basketball team suffered a 74-70 loss to Montana State Billings on March 3 in the GNAC Championship game to fall one win short of the conference title for the second straight year.

Seawolves fall to 16th ranked Vikings

The Seawolf volleyball team couldn’t find their groove Saturday night. As a result, the Seawolves suffered a loss at the hands of the Western Washington University Vikings.

Double “E’s” guide Seawolf harriers

“Whoa Nellie!” If Keith Jackson were a college cross country running commentator instead of for college football he'd probably use his signature saying to...

Seawolf skiers aim high after strong 2004 campaign

A year after posting the team’s highest finish at the NCAA Championships since 1998, the UAA ski team hopes for an even better season...

SOCCER: Teams get more turf time at APU

It has been a long wait for many students, but the time has come for another season of intramural soccer at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex at UAA. For some students, soccer is just another activity after a long day of classes, while for others it is a way to make new friends.

Hockey expectations dashed

After blasting the University of Connecticut 6-2 on Friday, Oct. 10, the Seawolves could not get their offense rolling against Northeastern. The Seawolves came out flat and were behind 1-0 at the end of the first period compliments of senior Ryan Ginand of Northeastern who tallied two goals in the game.

USUAA President heaps praise onto UAF hockey team

The UAF Nanooks are the best collegiate hockey team in the state of Alaska--according to USUAA President Miles  Brookes and a proposed resolution from UAA's...

New athletic clubs may be started by students

As I walked through the annual Campus Kickoff last Sunday, I noticed a lot of great opportunities UAA has to offer. There was an...

Turnagain Arm run earns $4,000 for UAA ski team

200 local runners lined up on May 25th to race for your UAA Seawolf ski team. No more than 200 people were allowed to race, a rule set by the State Park. Running veterans Matias Saari and Najeeby Quinn won the 8-mile battle for the 13th annual Turnagain Arm Trailhead race.

When Overtime Met Orange

The Difference Between Sports Announcer Commentary for the Ages and Straight Up Irritation - By Alden Lee and Taylor Hall The world of sports, as...

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.”

Whose house?

The bleachers in the Wells Fargo Sports Complex were rocking. Feet were stomping as green and gold painted faces chanted “U-A-A” over and over....

End of the NtraiLs: NL reporter hikes into sunset

All trails have an end and so it is that graduation will bring an end to NtraiLs. Alaska is filled with all kinds of...

{Sports Briefs}

Spikers swept twice in Texas SAN ANTONIO _" It was a rough tournament ending for UAA's volleyball team as it dropped a pair of 3-0...

Sophomore forward more than a go-to guy

Coquitlam, British Columbia, is a scenic city with a population of more than 120,000 residents. This city, located just a 15-minute drive from Vancouver, is the place UAA forward Josh Lunden calls home.

UAA gives strong showing in 2010 Kendall Classic

Though the North Dakota Fighting Sioux may have skated off with the 2010 Kendall Classic title, the UAA Seawolves were by far and away...

Track and Field team races out to great start

Coming off the 2009 season that qualified 10 athletes for the NCAA, it seemed that the Seawolf Track and Field team would continue to...

Music and sports: a powerful duo

Music can be a way to fight through the pain while working out. It can inspire someone to put up that extra 15 pounds when lifting weights or to stay out on the road and finish that 5-mile run early in the brisk morning air.

Megatron for MVP

Quick trivia question: how many wide receivers have been named NFL Most Valuable Player? Answer: a big, fat zero. That’s right, not even Jerry Rice, the greatest wideout ever, was able to corral an MVP trophy during his Hall of Fame career. Quarterbacks and running backs have always dominated the award, prompting the follow-up trivia question:

UAA Volleyball continues 17 game win streak

UAA meets Concordia at Alaska Airlines Center for a Saturday afternoon game

UAA practices with passion

The ball rises to the net and Diana Gordon has her sights set. Wham! With the force of her entire body, the outside...

Students can find cheaper prices for powder year round

Ski prices are often higher than most college students can afford, and that, paired with warming weather, should prompt students to look for more...

Manny’s LA drama

Manny Ramirez is proving, yet again, why he is among the biggest jokes in professional baseball. The Los Angeles Dodgers have made four attempts to sign Ramirez and have been rejected four times. The latest offer was a single-season worth $25-million with an option to extend another year in which Ramirez would still make $20-million.

Sports Briefs 4/20/2010

Kangogo punches ticket to NCAAs In his first 3,000-meter steeplechase race ever, sophomore Alfred Kangogo qualified automatically for the NCAAs at the Long Beach Invitational...

Women’s MMA, successful UFC debut

New Overtime“Never.” This was UFC President Dana White’s response when asked in Jan. of 2011 when we’d see women fighting in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He was wrong. Just over two years from that comment, White found himself sitting cage side watching a pair of females headline a UFC pay-per-view event.

Digging into the volleyball team’s weekend opponents

The Seawolf volleyball team is diving right into conference play this weekend with games versus the Seattle Pacific Falcons and Montana State Billings Yellowjackets. The first match pits the Seawolves against a Falcons team they split wins with in 2012.

Buzzer beater by UAF ends UAA winning streak

Feb. 27, 2014 In what was a tightly contested basketball game, the Nanooks of Fairbanks ended a 16-game losing streak against the Seawolves of Anchorage, with a final score of 68 to 70.