UAA Men's Almni Basketball team. Credit: Skip Hickey

Current Seawolves beat out alumni in a high-scoring game

To kick off the winter break, the UAA men's basketball team arrived at the Alaska Airlines Center prepared to meet UAA alumni on the...

Anchorage Heart Run kicks off running season

Time to lace up the sneakers again and take to the streets running because it’s time for the 2010 Anchorage Heart Run. Every year in...

The incoming pt. I: Hockey & volleyball recruits

Recruiting is a tiresome and necessary job. To get good and stay good, you have to be relentless about luring the best possible talent to your program. It’s a grind. Below are the players the volleyball and hockey departments netted at the end of their exhausting hunts.

Cheer team hosts tryouts for 2018 – 2019 season

For questions and additional tryout information, contact Coach Tasarla Shaw at [email protected]

Local favorite Westchester Lagoon still strong

Westchester Lagoon, which opened as a frolf course in 2000, is one of the city’s oldest and most popular courses. The course was recently revamped at the beginning of the summer for safety measures. Now rain or shine, the course is packed with people awaiting their turn.

Ski standouts Wunderle, Klocker qualify for Nationals

He may not have won any races this season, but Raphael Wunderle has made quite a mark on UAA's Nordic ski team. Wunderle has finished in the top ten in every single race he has competed in this season, with his highest finish being third place. But the native of Bubenbach, Germany, is humble.

Despite rough effort, ‘Wolves cruise to easy win

Despite a "sloppy" effort, the UAA women's basketball team remained easily undefeated in their first two games of play. UAA defeated Lincoln Christian 93-22 Nov. 2 and 85-16 Nov. 3 to home crowds at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex. The 71-point margin of victory on Nov.

This week in Seawolf sports…

Seawolves use strong finishs to place fourth Mandy Kaempf turned in two solid performances as expected but it was some other solid individual showings that...

Who to look out for this hockey season

As the 2018-19 UAA hockey season is just days away from beginning, the team has made a complete makeover to their player and coaching...

Talented freshman pool offers plenty of promise

This school year can be considered the Year of the Freshman at UAA. Of course, every new school year sees newly recruited athletes take on...

Seawolf men make history, take records

If the UAA men's basketball team could get ahold of a literal record book, they would rip it to shreds. Undefeated against Division II opponents, the Seawolves cruised to their 15th and 16th consecutive victories over the weekend, establishing not only UAA records, but GNAC as well.

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.

New assistant hockey coach suits up

A man who knows all the in and outs of college athletics with be taking over as the new assistant UAA hockey coach. T.J. Jindra...

Hockey has great expectations for coming season

Each year, collegiate teams lose players due to graduation and each year, the teams are forced to fill the gaps that have been left by departed seniors. Seawolf hockey is no exception. The Seawolves lost five seniors after last season. In comparison with other years, five players aren't that many.

Skiing: Former Lt. Gov. proves life is downhill after 80

Like many of us, Lowell Thomas Jr. started skiing as a child, skied hard in his 20s and still skis today. What makes Thomas...

Overtime: Bittersweet Goodbye To An Olympic Legend

by Megan Edge, Contributor In all his years as an Olympic athlete, we’ve seen it all from him. From medals to marijuana, it seems as...

Compete in the heat

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Senior distance runner Stacy Edwards and sophomore thrower Jessica Houston have officially made the list of qualifiers for the 2005 NCAA...

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...

Dynamic duo spilit captain’s duties

Leadership, motivation and enthusiasm. These qualities are part of what it takes to for any sports team to succeed. Senior Janelle Veith and junior Brianne...

UAA announces fields for 2009 Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

UAA announced that it has completed its fields for the 2009 Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout, scheduled for Nov. 24-28 at Anchorage's Sullivan Arena. On the women's side, host and three-time defending champion UAA will be joined in the four team field by Cincinnati, Coastal Carolina and Western Carolina.

Hockey’s hires new assistant coach over the summer

Seventy-eight days. That’s how long the Seawolves hockey team had a coaching vacancy last spring after head coach Matt Thomas announced the departure of former...

A familiar face joins gymnastics coaching staff

A familiar face has joined the coaching staff for the UAA gymnastics team. Marie-Sophie Boggasch is a former standout gymnast and now the graduate...

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.

UAA teams have definitely earned their frequent flyer miles

By Taylor Hall with Collaboration from Megan Edge. UAA teams constantly have to take their game on the road. This would be all good and...

Seawolf XC notches fifth top two finish of the year

UAA continues their successful cross country season with another victory

Seawolf Sports Update

Even though students are now (for the most part) officially on Spring Break, the various Seawolf sports teams still have a bit of work...

An Alaskan tradition: The Yukon Quest

21 mushers and their sled dog teams will take off Feb. 4 for the 34th Annual Yukon Quest

The art of shot blocking: part skill, part insanity

The game of hockey features many split-second decisions that an individual must make in the blink of an eye to help make his team successful. A half-second too soon or too late can lead to an odd-man rush going the other way for the opposition or for an attempted one-time not quite getting everything on it.

Seawolves hockey flattened 6-0 in home opener

UAA pummeled by Gophers in season opener

2009-10 Year in Sports: Reflect back on all the highlights and moments for the...

Men’s basketball Men’s basketball finished up their 2009-10 season. Despite being competitive all year long, the young Seawolf squad finished up in 9th place in...