Ying and yang: UAA spikers split at home

The UAA Seawolves had a look at the top and bottom of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference in a Sept. 12 home stand. And...

Athletes follow post-college trends

After the last buzzer, once the fans have gone home, student-athletes are faced with transitioning from one tough job to another. The student must separate...

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Skiers clinch 4th at West Regional The UAA ski team finished fourth on the final day of races at the RMISA Championships/NCAA West Regional, as newcomers Raphael Wunderle and Andy Liebner placed in the top 10 to pace the Seawolves. Denver won the race shortened event with 426 points, followed by defending NCAA champion Colorado in second (409) and Utah in third (391).

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...

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Seawolves hire Green to lead volleyball UAA athletic director Dr. Steve Cobb announced March 26 that Chris Green has been hired as the Seawolves' new volleyball coach. Green, who becomes the sixth coach in program history, has spent the last nine years as the head coach at Western Nebraska Community College in Scottsbluff, Neb.

Burns Named MVP

ANCHORAGE – Senior Kylie Burns was named Most Valuable Player on Saturday night as the Alaska Anchorage women’s basketball team celebrated the 2013-14 season with its annual team...

When coach resigns, basketball players band together

To the surprise of those around her, Jody Hensen, coach of the UAA women's basketball team for the past three seasons, resigned March 20. "It...

America’s largest air-supported track prepares to open

Alaskans can now not only hold the title of largest state in the U.S, but soon, Alaskans can also say they have the largest fully air-supported structure in North America. The Dome, as it has been dubbed, is located off of Raspberry Road. It has commonly been referred to as "the Dome at ChangePoint," when in fact the Dome has very little to do with ChangePoint aside from the land it sits on.

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...

Cross-country teams keep staggering pace

The last time we caught up with the Seawolf cross country teams, they were undefeated heading into the midway point of the season. Not much has changed.

Sweet, sweet victory

UAA upends Cal Baptist in overtime, 82-79

Women hoopsters looking hopeful

Potential. No word might better describe the 2002-2003 University of Alaska Anchorage women’s basketball team. “It’s too early to tell how good we can be but...

Seawolves surprise Minnesota with unexpected heroes

With its starting goaltender injured, the UAA hockey team needed John DeCaro to fill in against the University of Minnesota. The low-scoring Seawolves also...

Local club grooms nearby ski trails, keeps daily watch

It costs a lot of money to pay for the free skiing that people enjoy in the Anchorage area. The municipality grooms and maintains...

Sports Briefs 3/30/2010

Four Seawolves qualify for NCAAs The Alaska Anchorage track team lit up the track at the Stanford Invitational and Chabot Relays claiming four UAA records...

A dark summer for the world of hockey sees worst tragedy yet

Just when we thought it could get no worse, we found we hadn’t even hit rock bottom yet. The hockey world was rocked by another tragedy on Sept. 7 when a private jet carrying the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) team, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, crashed shortly after takeoff.

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.

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Women’s Basketball Leman leaves Seawolves Basketball just wasn’t fun for Whitney Leman anymore. The 5-7 guard from Ninilchik has left the women’s program after her second...

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.

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...

Seawolves up by six at the half

Things are heating up from Anaheim as the #13 UAA Seawolves and #11 UC-San Diego Tritons are battling it out at the 2010 Disney...

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UAA's Cooper collects GNAC honor UAA point guard Luke Cooper has been named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference men's basketball co-Player of the Week for Jan. 7-13, the league office announced Jan. 14. Cooper, a 6'0" senior, tied his own GNAC single-game record with 16 assists as the Seawolves extended their win streak to 10 with a 77-57 win against UAF.

Soccer absent at UAA

Soccer is one of Alaska’s most prominent and competitive sports. The game has seen Alaskans go onto the USA national team, Division I and...

If you’re the Alaska Aces, you’d love to watch this movie play out again

One year removed from a historical postseason run that saw the Aces hoist their second ever Kelly Cup in the ECHL, the script may have had a few slight re-writes but the planned climax and ending remains the same.

GCI Named New Shootout Sponsor

ANCHORAGE – One of the most storied college basketball tournaments in the nation and an Alaskan sporting tradition for nearly four decades, the Great...

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Cross Country Friess wins again It’s quickly becoming an annual tradition. Cross country running nears the end of its season and head coach Michael Friess reels...

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.