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.

Sports Briefs 3/30/2010

Four Seawolves qualify for NCAAs The Alaska Anchorage track team lit up the track at the Stanford Invitational and Chabot Relays claiming four UAA records...

Tales from the road make lifelong memories

Here at UAA our athletes are no stranger to travel. Most Seawolf teams hit the road every other weekend once their season is in session. This mean players and coaches alike must make the best of time spent together. After thousands of miles, week after week one can only imagine the stories these hard working members of our UAA family have accumulated.

Weeknight warriors

There were no surprise upsets as the coed-intramural season for basketball and volleyball came to an end Nov. 12. The top-seeded teams took home...

Penalty-laden game leads to Seawolf loss

Missed opportunities and penalties resulted in the Seawolves only salvaging one point during their game against the Mavericks Nov. 4. The green and gold...

Projecting the Madness

The madness is finally upon us. Here are my thoughts on each region of the bracket. EAST - Ohio State's six-man rotation may get deeper against...

Seawolf captain looks to pass on his knowledge

Once a leader, always a leader. It doesn’t take long to recognize someone who possesses that certain aura or charisma that stands out above all...

A dark summer for the world of hockey sees worst tragedy yet

Just when we thought it could get no worse, we found we hadn’t even hit rock bottom yet. The hockey world was rocked by another tragedy on Sept. 7 when a private jet carrying the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) team, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, crashed shortly after takeoff.

Linsanity to UAA, nicknames are sparked from greatness

The thing synonymous with great sports players are great nicknames. Currently the most noticeable victim of nicknaming is New York Knicks’ guard Jeremy Lin, who has spurred the creation of terms and names like Lintastic, Linsanity, and (a personal favorite) Super Lintendo. This all started after Lin was catapulted into NBA spotlight when he helped propel the Knicks to seven consecutive wins in less than a month.

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.

‘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

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...

Discgolf gains followers in Anchorage

Don't be alarmed if you hear rattling chains and voices coming from the woods along Westchester Lagoon's coastal trail. Chances are it's a group...

UAA practices with passion

The ball rises to the net and Diana Gordon has her sights set. Wham! With the force of her entire body, the outside...

Cross country warms up for ’09 campaign

With the fall semester approaching and the last bit of summer ticking away the UAA cross-country team is gearing up for another season of racing. With last year being the best season ever for the Seawolves, there will no doubt be exciting action this year as well.

Meet the Seawolf – Emily Petersen

UAA freshman gymnast Emily Petersen has caught the bug. No, not the sickness or injury bug, but the mysterious one that seems to captivate newcomers...

Sports Briefs

Saints earn first win at UAA 3-0 Joanna Johnson's match-high 18 kills weren't enough Oct. 6 to fend off a hungry Saint Martin's squad as the Saints earned their first volleyball win of the year with a 30-27, 30-17, 30-21 win over host UAA at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex.

Soccer absent at UAA

Soccer is one of Alaska’s most prominent and competitive sports. The game has seen Alaskans go onto the USA national team, Division I and...

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...

You go, boys…to the national championship

Is it for real? The University of Alaska Anchorage men's cross country running team were all smiles and quick feet last weekend at the Division...

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Cross Country Friess wins again It’s quickly becoming an annual tradition. Cross country running nears the end of its season and head coach Michael Friess reels...

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There are several more mountain runs scheduled for the summer. Complete information can be found at www.alaskamountainrunners.org/calendar.htm . Upcoming events include: Matanuska Peak Challenge...

2006 WCHA playoff chances look doubtful for Seawolves

The road to the Frozen Four may appear to be an impossible journey for Seawolf hockey, but it is technically possible. The 2006 Division...

APU kicks in the door for intramural soccer

It's no secret that UAA's intramural soccer expansion to Alaska Pacific University has given Seawolf intramural athletes more chances to showcase their skills. But the assimilation of Team APU into the league has added some new competition and fresh faces to UAA's intramural scene.

Shyiak gets slap on hand/Playoff Scenarios

Today, UAA Director of Athletics Dr. Steve Cobb issued this statement regarding the actions of UAA Hockey boss Dave Shyiak: Feb. 28, 2010 Statement from Dr....

UAA hits road against Duluth

The Seawolf hockey team is ready to open the book on the 2010-11 WCHA campaign as they go to battle with the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. UAA...

Get outside: Rent some gear and have some fun

Many people have a good excuse to stay indoors during chilly winters in Alaska. But, in the summer where temperatures rarely exceed eighty degrees, there are hardly any ways to justify being inactive and indoors.

Alaska Aces Quest For The Kelly Cup

The East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) is a mid-level professional hockey league that is one tier beneath the American Hockey League (AHL). The playoff...