‘Wolves lose in overtime in WCHA semi-finals

March 21, 2014 The University of Alaska Anchorage traveled to Grand Rapids, Michigan to play Ferris State University in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association semi-finals. For just the fourth time in UAA history the Seawolves advanced to the WCHA semi-finals and were on the losing end against the Bulldogs. FSU took an early two-goal lead with two unanswered goals in the first period The Seawolves scored a goal at 8:54 of the first period, when UAA’s Brett Cameron, Junior, found the back of the net for a goal. The first period ended with UAA trailing FSU by a score of 2-1.

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....

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...

Frolf Course Review: Peter’s Creek

The Peters Creek Frisbee golf course, located 45 minutes outside of Anchorage, is a delightful escape from the city. The wonderful smell of nature’s perfumes fills the forest trails as groups of frolfers trek down the dirt paths between holes, on a course that is moderately difficult. A majority of the baskets are hidden by trees, and unfortunately are not marked by the usual yellow rim on top.
Seawolf Volleyball

Seawolves cruise to 16th win of season over Simon Fraser

If there was any lingering disappointment in the hearts of UAA’s volleyball team Saturday night following their loss to Western Washington 48 hours earlier...

Five ways to get to the Governor’s Cup

Road trip For the die hard Seawolf fan and college student, this is likely the most feasible option. By inviting two buddies to come...

Seawolf skiers aim high after strong 2004 campaign

A year after posting the team’s highest finish at the NCAA Championships since 1998, the UAA ski team hopes for an even better season...

Seawolf women dazzle 6th-ranked Falcons

The UAA women’s basketball team knocked off nationally ranked Seattle Pacific University. The Seawolves dominated the Falcons the entire game. They managed to fend off a late SPU comeback eclipsing them 77-65. The Seawolves are undoubtedly off to an industrious start in GNAC conference play.

Projecting the madness: Sweet 16 edition

My bracket burning commenced the second Nasir Robinson picked up that foul. And after the way I disrespected Butler last year, watching my bracket...

What my Bill MacKay Athlete of the Year ballot would look like

The Bill MacKay Athlete of the Year award is given to the UAA student-athlete who simply plays his or her sport at a different...

Womens basketball 2009/2010 season in review

The UAA Women’s Basketball team has finished up their season and once again, proved they were one of the West Region and GNAC powerhouses...

Seawolves show poise in upset bid against Western Oregon

The UAA men’s basketball team did not look up to the task of upsetting No. 20 Western Oregon last week. The Great Northwest Athletic...

Run in your Halloween costume and have some fun

It is time to get your running shoes on and participate in the 42nd-annual Tuesday Night Races. You don’t have to be a marathon runner...

Women’s basketball shows steady improvement

The plastic doll that Central Washington's basketball team chains to a chair for good luck didn't give them the energy needed to beat the...

Seawolves travel for showdown in the Gopher hole.

This week, the second of conference season play for UAA, the hockey team will be traveling to Minnesota for two games against the Golden...

Meet The Seawolves: Michael Adams

Cross Country Running Michael Adams Year: Sophomore Previous School: Service HS Hometown: Anchorage, AK Major: Medical Technology 5 things you might not know about Michael 1. His most memorable cross-country moment...

Women’s basketball debut notches 93-22 win

If the UAA women's basketball team had any first game jitters, it didn't show. The Seawolf women surged to any early lead, defeating visiting Lincoln Christian, 93-22, in UAA's first game of 2007-08 the season. The Seawolves opened up early, with 3rd team All-American Rebecca Kielpinski's lay-up in the first ten seconds.

Overtime: The summer of Jozy

Soccer in the United States is still in development. Talk to anyone who thinks they know about soccer and they’ll snap back about how the highest level of the game is played outside of America.

Big win for Lady Seawolves sets up home finale

With wins over Seattle Pacific and Western Washington, the Seawolves are on a six game winning streak, have clinched their first 20 win season since 2000, and are a stunning 14-0 at home. Now the Seawolves are 6-2 against the four teams that were picked to finish ahead of them in the preseason coaches' poll, and have almost assured themselves of their first trip to the NCAAs since 2000.

Sports Briefs 10/27/2009

UAA CC: Seawolf women capture GNAC title UAA won its first-ever women's conference team title, while the UAA men finished runner-up in the ninth annual...

Meet the Seawolf: Steve White

  What brought you here to UAA all the way back in 2008? My brother (Kevin) was here and he had been here for a year...

2013-14 women’s basketball

Last week’s issue covered the men’s team and the x-factors that could decide their season. This week, it’s the women’s turn. The 2013-14 Seawolf women’s basketball team is facing the ultimate challenge for college athletic programs: replacing star graduates. For the ‘Wolves, it’s guard Sasha King and forward Alysa Horn.

UAA will take on North Dakota for conference opener

The Seawolves third week of hockey action will take place on Friday, Oct. 23 and Saturday, Oct. 24 against the University of North Dakota. This...

Volleyball Update: Seawolves rally on

The Seawolves' Volleyball Team has nearly tripled the number of wins last season with the wins they have taken this season. Starting off the season with 14 non-conference matches, where the Lady Seawolves dominated 9-5, shows to have been a great pre-season warm up.

Athletic director thanks Seawolf supporters

Dear Friends of Seawolf Athletics, Today marks the completion of my first six months as Director of Athletics, without question the most exciting and rewarding...

Sports Briefs 10/20/2009

UAA sweeps at SPU, claims share of first place Senior setter Calli Scott orchestrated a near-flawless offensive display Oct. 15 at Brougham Pavilion to lead...

Seawolves gain sizable D-I transfer

The Alaska Anchorage men's basketball program got a big boost in the middle Monday as head coach Rusty Osborne announced that Division I transfer Malcolm Campbell, of Los Angeles, Calif., has signed a scholarship agreement. Campbell, a 6-9, 255-pound center, comes to UAA after two years at the University of Hartford (Conn.

VIDEO: UAA Men’s Basketball Head Coach Rusty Osborne post-game interview Nov. 13

UAA Men's Basketball Head Coach Rusty Osborne answers some questions after the Seawolves' 84-70 loss to Lewis University Nov. 13 in Anaheim.