Meet the Seawolf: Lukas Ebner

Lukas Ebner is one of the top Nordic men skiers at UAA. I was honored to have the chance to interview him this past week about the season, Germany, and painted nails.

Megatron for MVP

Quick trivia question: how many wide receivers have been named NFL Most Valuable Player? Answer: a big, fat zero. That’s right, not even Jerry Rice, the greatest wideout ever, was able to corral an MVP trophy during his Hall of Fame career. Quarterbacks and running backs have always dominated the award, prompting the follow-up trivia question:

Seawolf Women #1 in national poll

In sports, there is no shortage of average teams — teams that win some and lose some at about the same frequency. Very few...

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...

Iditarod teacher on the trail prepares lesson plans

The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race has become an event followed by school children around the world via the Internet, because of the Wells...

Seawolves ready to begin 2007-2008 slate

It's time to dig those cowbells and yellow wigs out of the closet, because a brand new season of Seawolf hockey is approaching. The Seawolves start their 2007-2008 campaign against Wayne State in the Nye Frontier Classic Oct. 12. This year's Classic field includes College Hockey America teams Wayne State and Robert Morris, along with Eastern powerhouse Boston University and host UAA.

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.

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.

Sports Briefs

Alaska Aces paint the rink pink In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Alaska Aces sponsored the 1st Annual Paint the Rink Pink charity event last week in conjunction with their preseason game against the Texas Wildcatters on Wednesday and Thursday nights, Oct.

35th Great Alaska Shootout starts Nov. 20

The season of hoops is quickly approaching. In only a few weeks, the Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout will tip off for the 35th time.

Overtime: NBA: Masters of the ‘Twitter-verse’

Each generation puts a spin on their version of the ever-evolving high school popularity contest. Currently, the phenomenon has manifested itself in the form of Facebook “likes” and Twitter “followers.”

Buzzer beater by UAF ends UAA winning streak

Feb. 27, 2014 In what was a tightly contested basketball game, the Nanooks of Fairbanks ended a 16-game losing streak against the Seawolves of Anchorage, with a final score of 68 to 70.

2014-15 Women’s Hoops schedule announced

Courtesy of UAA Sports Information Release: July 16, 2014 ANCHORAGE – University of Alaska Anchorage women’s basketball head coach Ryan McCarthy announced his team’s schedule for the 2014-15...

Seawolf spikers sweep two

Home crowd, 6-match winning streak and two Great Northwest Athletic Conference cellar-dwellers means two easy victories for the University of Alaska Anchorage womens volleyball...

Aces reward students with two-for-one tickets

For the first time, UAA students will get a special deal from the Alaska Aces hockey team: two-for-one tickets to Friday home games. Students...

Athletes follow post-college trends

After the last buzzer, once the fans have gone home, student-athletes are faced with transitioning from one tough job to another. The student must separate...

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.

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.

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...

Seawolf hockey seniors Johnson, DeCaro go pro

In the midst of chasing its second straight division title and eyeing the Brahbam Cup, the Alaska Aces signed UAA forward Justin Johnson and...

Seawolves picked 7th in GNAC poll

The UAA volleyball team was picked to finish seventh in the annual Great Northwest Athletic Conference preseason coaches' poll, released last Friday. The Seawolves, who finished sixth in the nine-team league last year (15-14 overall, 7-9 GNAC), received 27 points in the balloting.

Sports Briefs

Seawolves post home record against Kentucky in gymnastics Paced by sophomore Leah Wilson's all-around victory, the UAA Seawolves recorded their top home meet score of all-time and the second best overall in a 195.850-193.000 loss to No. 24 University of Kentucky Sunday afternoon at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex.

2013-14 Athletic Season Review

Compiled by Travis Dowling Courtesy of UAA Sports Information The 2013-14 Alaska Anchorage women’s basketball team earned a 19-9 record and qualified for the program’s...

VIDEO: UAA Women’s Basketball Head Coach Tim Moser post-game interview Nov. 14.

UAA Women's Head Coach Tim Moser speaks about the team's performance tonight against TWU and their overall performance in the 2010 Disney West Coast...

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...

Sports briefs 3/2/2010

UAA posts program-best 2nd place The Alaska Anchorage posted a program-best second place finish at the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association Championships / NCAA West...

First two hockey coach forums in the bag

The search to replace Dave Shyiak is in full effect. The first two candidates have officially wrapped up their public forums. Like athletic director Steve Cobb has stated before, the influence these events have on the upcoming decision is up in the air.