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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).

15-1 Seawolf women own the courts

While many UAA students roasted the Christmas goose and put on their party hats for New Years, the UAA women's basketball team focused on one thing: crushing the competition. The women accomplished this between Dec. 14 and Jan. 10 in eight games where they steadily continued on their current 15-1 winning streak, averaging 77 points per game and keeping their opponents at a meager average of 40 points per game.

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...

Local ski resort opens their gates to Anchorage frolfers

Just days ago, Anchorage’s local ski resort, Hilltop, opened the mountain for a popular summer activity, Frisbee Golf (frolf). Here at TNL we were quick...

Tips to avoid wild life

No matter how many safety tips are heard for wildlife viewing in Alaska, there will always be people who get too close, ignore warning...

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UAA repels Regis rally, 70-67 ANCHORAGE Point guard Sasha King had another big game and forward Kylie Burns recorded her first career double-double Saturday to...

Springhill Suites Invite: Volleyball takes game 1

The UAA Seawolves Volleyball team passed their first test of the Springhill Suites tournament Thursday night at the Alaska Airlines Center. The home team defeated...

UAA sports briefs: Feb. 4-6, 2016

Thursday, February 4, 2016UAA - 59, Concordia - 32Megan Mullings' 19 points and 12 rebounds propelled the Lady Seawolves to a 59-32 beat down...

Hike up Rendezvous Peak makes for windy walk

After a few days of rain down in Anchorage, UAA grad student Greg McCann and I were hoping for some promising accumulations of snow...

Seawolves send 3 runners to NCAA championship

The UAA track and field team joined with 1,100 athletes at one of the largest meets in southern California for the Triton Invitational held...

Ski team inks two Norwegians

Alaska Anchorage's head ski coach Trond Flagstad announced today the signing of Christopher Kollenborg (Haslum, Norway) and Andreas Adde (Osteras, Norway) to join the Alpine squad for the 2009-10 season. Kollenborg is coming off a good year of racing in Norway and is ranked 348 in the world.

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...

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Lundberg powers UAA past SMU, 3-0 Powered by virtually unstoppable hitting from junior Cortney Lundberg, the Alaska Anchorage volleyball team rolled to a 25-18, 25-21,...

Seawolves defend top spot against Vikings

The Seawolf Women’s Basketball team extended its lead in Great Northwest Athletic Conference standings over the Western Washington Vikings with their 72-50 win over WWU on Feb. 9 at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex. This win kept the Vikings from trying to unseat the Seawolves from their No. 1 spot in the GNAC within the next couple of games and all but locked up the regular season GNAC title for the Seawolves.

Overtime: Ten things: NBA All-Star Edition

Predicting the All-Star Weekend winners is my number one skill. It’s not like playing the stock market or something where anyone can make guesses that result in huge paydays. It’s an art. Think Antonio Stradivari. He was a master violinmaker the way I am a master All-Star Weekend oracle.

Weekend primer: UAA hockey takes on Michigan Tech

UAA has branded this chapter of Seawolf hockey as “A New Day.” The program wants to give people a reason to forget its checkered and disappointing past. A solid start to the season won’t wash away those memories, but they’re on the right track.

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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...

Hard work and long hours keep Seawolves in game shape

The sound of ripping tape fills the room as a UAA athlete has an ankle or foot taped in preparation for a tough practice as the chatter of their teammates can be heard out in the small hallway leading from the training room to the basketball court. When the trainer is done, the athlete quickly ties their shoes, jumps off the training bench and rushes onto the court.

Going ‘green’ at Mayor’s Marathon

For the eighth time in its 36-year history, UAA hosted and organized the Mayors Marathon and are made an effort to reduce the amount of waste created by the aid stations along the course of Anchorage's largest running event. Part of these duties includes staffing aid stations with volunteers from local businesses and non-profits.

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Seawolf basketball to air on KUDO AM-1080 radio The UAA athletic department has signed a three-year agreement with local radio station KUDO AM-1080 to broadcast both men's and women's basketball, beginning with the upcoming 2007-08 season. In cooperation with the Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network, all 30 UAA regular-season men's games - both home and away - will air on KUDO, along with most Seawolf women's home games.

Renergized runners return to competition

After a successful start to the UAA Cross Country Team’s 2011 season, they seem to have hit the calm before the eye of the...

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.

Seawolves, Wildcats each pick up a win

Friday night the University of Anchorage Alaska faced off against the Northern Michigan University Wildcats. The ‘Wolves and Wildcats would both pick up a victory in the weekends two game series. Friday night would belong to the Wildcats, as they beat the Seawolves 3-1. The first goal of the game scored by NMU’s Mitch Jones, his goal came at 11:27. The Seawolves would tie the game at 14:35 with a goal scored by Dylan Hubbs.

UAA runners find themselves, success

Some say the University of Alaska Anchorage cross country running team has an identity crisis, that the UAA and Anchorage community don't recognize the...

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...

Students race homemade outhouse for humanity

A team of UAA students flushed their competition when they dragged a homemade, wooden outhouse across a finish line marked by a strip of...

Seawolves bid farewell to seniors, look back on triumphant season

Any team can have a good game, but record-breaking championship seasons are a little harder to come by. Well, for most teams. On the other hand, for the UAA basketball squads, tremendous seasons seem to come naturally.

Seawolves comprised of International talent

When walking through the halls of university campuses, it is quite common to hear fellow students talking in various dialects or accents. Here at UAA, however, these cultures not only present themselves in fellow students but have fl ooded the athletic department.

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...

New Commissioner of WCHA

SAINT PAUL, Minn. – The Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) today announced that Bill Robertson has been selected as the new commissioner of college...