Matt Curley, former head coach to the EC Red Bulls Juniors team out of Salzburg, Austria, is UAA's new head hockey coach
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...
At the end of March, UAA student Stuart Towarak spent his time in Fort Smith, Canada competing in the 2018 Arctic Winter Games. Towarak, a...
Getting Alaska on skis is the goal of Skiku, a statewide program providing annual Nordic ski instruction to Alaska Native youth at schools in...
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,...
Looking to get a head start on your summer plans? There are many options of activities and events taking place this year, some already...
The Alaska Sports Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization established to highlight the sports and athletes that Alaska produces. One of the organization's...
Upcoming events at the Sullivan Arena include Alaska Gun Collectors Association Spring Gun Show April 14-15, Ducks Unlimited Spring BBQ/Military Hunter's Night Out on April 27 and the TRAXXAS Monster Truck Tour May 11-12.
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.
For questions and additional tryout information, contact Coach Tasarla Shaw at email@example.com.
Associate head coach Shaina Afoa was named the NCAA DII National Assistant Coach of the Year. The award was decided by the Women’s Basketball...
To learn more about the specific course details, visit UA Online's class search and look under the "Physical Education and Recreation Category."
As the end of the month approaches, athletes all over the state have been busy with sporting events near and far.
Wasilla local Alysha Devine is one of the eight NCAA Division II coaches honored by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association, and the third consecutive UAA coach earning Thirty Under 30 honors.
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.
Over the weekend of March 7, 12 Seawolves traveled to Colorado to compete in the national ski meet
After five seasons, Matt Thomas’ contract will not be renewed
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.
Joar Leifseth Ulsom, of Norway, claimed his first top-three finish in the Iditarod with a win this year. Since he started racing it, though, he's never not finished in the top 10.
In addition to the departure of goalkeeper Olivier Mantha and six other senior players, head coach Matt Thomas' contract was not renewed, and he was released from his position. A nationwide search has begun for a replacement hockey coach for next season.
Seventeen athletes local to Alaska qualified and competed in the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics
The Seawolves have six high-ranking athletes in NCAA qualifications, including: Dominic Unterberger (men's slalom), Georgia Burgess (women's slalom), Charley Field (women's giant slalom), Toomas Kollo (men's Nordic), Hailey Swirbul (women's Nordic) and Jenna DiFolco (women's classic).
Tournament passes for all three days cost $30 for adults and $18 for students, seniors and youth; single-game tickets start at $9. For more information on the tournament, visit goseawolves.com.
UAA freshman from Kenya didn't let a lost shoe prevent him from winning the indoor 5-kilometer race at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships Feb. 16-17.
Currently balancing a major in both medical laboratory science and nursing, Kurgat was honored with the prestigious title of NCAA Division II Female Scholar Athlete of the Year. This was the first time in UAA history that a track and field or cross-country athlete was awarded the title.
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.
The Seawolves, with 2 wins and 21 losses, will end the year with their final Governor's Cup games of the season in Fairbanks
Seawolves continue to hold No. 1 spot in conference after defeating Concordia and Western Oregon.
Men's basketball finds their groove in Thursday and Saturday wins
“I’m sure it’ll be lots of butterflies for her on that type of stage, but no matter what she does, she made it there, she worked hard to get there and her result will make us proud,” Kastning said.