Swapping pencils for broomsticks

Quidditch comes to life with the help of the Health, Physical Education and Recreation department.

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

Women’s basketball team wins final GCI Great Alaska Shootout tournament

Head coach Ryan McCarthy: “To me this was our best defensive performance and from an effort standpoint and we are very happy to have put ourselves in a position to accomplish one of our goals for the season.”

Greg Myford to take over after McDiffett retirement

Tim McDiffett, the current interim athletic director, will be retiring at the end of June, according to an announcement made by UAA Chancellor Sam...

Ryan Orton begins fourth year coaching for the Seawolves

Orton returns to UAA with ample experience in coaching, recruiting and academics

9 days and 12 hours later, Ulsom wins Iditarod

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.

2017 Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup

With a yearly dual of UAA vs UAF hockey, the teams will battle it out once again on Feb. 24 and 25.

The top ten worst official mascots in college sports

TNL presents: The top ten worst official mascots in college sports. From the GeoDuck to the Fighting Pickle, these mascots are either insanely obnoxious or questionably cool. Take a look and see if you agree.

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...

Off the radar Alaskan hiking

It’s high summer – the bugs are out, and you should be too. Luckily, there are many more places to enjoy the out doors than the bustling avenues around Flattop and the Glen Alps. Outlined here are a couple of hikes – of varying difficulty – that are not far from Anchorage, and have some semblance of solitude. •Bear Mountain and Mount Eklutna •Blacktail Ptarmigan Rocks and Roundtop Mountain

Olympians and UAA athletes host Champ Chat

Through the nonprofit organization Fast and Female, amateur and professional female athletes were able to meet for a day of activities and talks

Four new ‘skiwolves’ added to the roster

It's already July and UAA coaches are working to secure last-minute signers to their teams. Head Ski Coach Sparky Anderson has been successful in...

Seawolves continue hosting summer camps for the community’s youth

The UAA volleyball team concluded another year of hosting summer camp sessions. Between July 6 - 20, head coach Chris Green and his staff,...

An extreme triathlon with a twist

The Alaskaman Extreme Triathlon debuted for the first time on July 15 as nearly 200 athletes competed in the 142-mile event.

Meet the Seawolf: Travis Thompson

The Seawolves posted another stellar performance in their 2011-2012 season, with a substantial amount of help from sophomore guard Travis Thompson. Thompson was not scheduled to play at the beginning of the season due to an off-season knee surgery, however, there is no doubt that the change in plans showcased Thompson’s talents throughout the season. TNL caught up with Thompson to get to know him off the court.

Meet the Seawolf: Marine Dusser

I got a chance to catch up with Marine Dusser, who came all the way from France to ski for the Seawolves. Between her French accent, having over 30 podium results in biathlon races, and being a member of the French National Biathlon Team, we had plenty to discuss.

Anchorage Mayor’s Marathon, Salmon Run and more summer fun

Looking to get a head start on your summer plans? There are many options of activities and events taking place this year, some already...

Hockey twins given fresh start in Alaska

Nothing could have prepared Nathan and Jonah Renouf for the adversity they would face as newcomers to the Quinnipiac University hockey team last season. The...

UAA alumni give back to their high schools through coaching

To coach at the middle and high school level in the Anchorage School District, coaches must be certified and pass the Alaska Coaches Education...

The losses and future of UAA Athletics

After the commencement of the 2016-17 school year and athletic seasons, many of the UAA teams are losing a significant portion of their rosters and aim to reboot their teams.

Seawolves running to success

Caroline Kurgat takes the win and paces the women’s team to a third-place finish in Conference Crossover

Intramural sports encourages competitiveness, athleticism

  At UAA, intramural sports are open to all students on campus. A group of friends, student organizations or roommates can come together and form...

Creating a culture of skiing

Getting Alaska on skis is the goal of Skiku, a statewide program providing annual Nordic ski instruction to Alaska Native youth at schools in...

Johnson, Davenport to lead volleyball team into 2018 season

The Seawolves will be back in action this week with their first regular season game on Aug. 23. Prior to that, the Seawolves got...

Crow Pass Crossing no longer a UAA event

UAA recently announced that the event will be taken over by Healthy Futures.

Season-high score concludes gymnastics season

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.

Iditarod historical Alaskan tradition: Race celebrates 44th year

The 44th Iditarod starts this coming Saturday. With 86 mushers and over 1,300 dogs it truly is the “the last great race.”The ceremonial start...

Conference loss and tie for UAA hockey

The Seawolves played their second set of conference matches against Alabama Huntsville

Alaska Fighting Championship events switch locations after 13 years

A brand new cage and perks for fans and fighters prompted change in location

Hockey down to two games before playoffs

The Seawolves, with 2 wins and 21 losses, will end the year with their final Governor's Cup games of the season in Fairbanks