Women’s coach discusses number one standing

After being voted No. 1 in the nation on Feb. 3, the Seawolf women have extended their winning streak to 22 games straight and focus on working one game at a time to remain on top. In his third season as head coach for the women's basketball team, Tim Moser has continually improved the team each year.

USA-Canada gold medal hockey game: an instant classic

Just got done watching the US-Canada game and like most of you, I'm stuck with only one word in my vocabulary. Wow. In what was a...

The weekend primer: Volleyball team squares off at home

The Seawolf volleyball teams back home this weekend for two matches against fellow GNAC squads, the Northwest Nazarene Crusaders and Central Washington Wildcats. Both visitors are sitting in the top half of the GNAC standings. The two crews have also tangled with the Seawolves earlier this season, with each of them losing 3-1 in their own backyards.

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...
St. Cloud State Hockey

St. Cloud State takes Kendall Hockey Classic crown

The No. 12 St. Cloud State hockey team won both of their battles in last weekend’s Kendall Hockey Classic — plundering the tournament gold...

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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...

Intramural sports crown champs

The Banditos defeated the Ball Busters be a score of 52-43 in an intramural basketball showdown to take the Spring '09 championship. The Banditos were carried to the championship with fantastic play from: Ivan Chigak-Steadman, Nick Lekanoff, Orest Harkacz, Brian Glasheen, Garret Danner and Fanny Jo Newton.

Updated: Thomas tabbed as UAA head hockey coach

After a prolonged and dramatic search, Matt Thomas has been chosen to spearhead the new era of Seawolf hockey. UAA vice chancellor Dr. Bill Spindle made the announcement Tuesday that Thomas landed the head coaching job. Thomas comes to the program fresh off an appearance in the ECHL Finals as head coach of the Stockton Thunder. He’ll end his time in Stockton with a 163-127-39 record.

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...

Seawolf hockey players still optimistic, despite low league standing

To see the Seawolf hockey team before practice, no one would think it was a team that is almost certain to finish last in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association standings this season. The players have an upbeat attitude and, for the most part, all have smiles on their faces.

Cost-cutting attempts fail sport fishing industry

Gulls shrieked overhead as Bob Hall lugged a pair of plastic 5-gallon gas cans down the dock to fill up his fishing boat, then hopped on a golf cart and headed to a gas station for another load. Hauling the fuel rather than buying it at higher-priced marina pumps will save $20 - a worthwhile effort when bookings are down 30 percent for his charter fishing business on Lake Erie.

Ski team uses Alaska Nordic Cup as training for next season

Our UAA ski team will kick off their official season in Park City Utah on January 8, 2011 to start off the new year. On...

Turnagain Arm run earns $4,000 for UAA ski team

200 local runners lined up on May 25th to race for your UAA Seawolf ski team. No more than 200 people were allowed to race, a rule set by the State Park. Running veterans Matias Saari and Najeeby Quinn won the 8-mile battle for the 13th annual Turnagain Arm Trailhead race.

Cross Country brings home another sweep of championships

UAA followed up their victory in Fairbanks with a solid win against Western Washington University (WWU) on Oct. 20 winning the match 3-0. The ‘Wolves were lead by senior outside hitter Jackie Matthisen and junior setter Kimya Jafroudi. Matthisen led the match with 12 kills and also set Seawolf history becoming the fifth player in UAA history to have 1,000 recorded career kills.

‘Wolves claim 9 GNAC FAR Scholar-Athletes

Courtesy of UAA Sports Information Release: July 16, 2014 PORTLAND, Ore. – Nine Alaska Anchorage student-athletes were recognized Wednesday as the Great Northwest Athletic Conference its...

Seawolves solve offensive woes in 4-3 win over Chargers

Next two WCHA series to determine UAA’s postseason fate

Cyclist challenge promotes clean air

Students looking to escape the city, bring your bike and check out the American Lung Association of Alaska's 2001 Clean Air Challenge bike trek....

{Seawolves on the road}

Defending champs send UAA home empty-handed One night in Colorado the UAA hockey team looked lost and got dominated by the hometown Denver Pioneers. Following...

Snowmachine competition takes new twist

Local riders competed with out-of-towners at the 2006 Red Bull Fuel and Fury freestyle snowmachine competition at the Alyeska Ski Resort in Girdwood April...

Thompson Named MVP

ANCHORAGE – Junior Travis Thompson was chosen the Alaska Anchorage men’s basketball team’s Most Valuable Player and senior Kyle Fossman took home a pair of awards Friday as the Seawolves...

Seawolves take Vikings to 5th set but come up short

  If there is one thing the UAA and Western Washington volleyball teams have in common, it’s that they don’t lose much. The Vikings sported...

Seawolves defend number one spot with Saints and Wildcats out for revenge

The closer things get to the end, the more we begin to think about what has passed. Like the bright light at the end...

‘Live’ a feast for local hoops fans

Every Thanksgiving in Anchorage , Alaskans come together to share in a special feast. But it's not turkey that is the center of attention....

Rugby experience brings pleasure through pain for local enthusiasts

When I was young I loved playing tackle football. Unfortunately there wasn’t a Pop Warner league where I grew up. To make matters worse,...

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.

UAA gets 63-55 win over Lopes

It wasn't easy by any means, but the UAA Seawolves got another close win over a West Region opponent. The 63-55 victory came against...

Sports Briefs

Wolves' track and field delivers The UAA track and field team registered yet another stellar outing as it produced 20 top-5 finishes, including six wins, and broke two school records Friday evening at the University of Washington Outdoor Preview at Husky Stadium.

Hockey team adds eight rookies

The Seawolves welcome eight new players to their team for the 2012-2013 hockey season.