Seawolf split

The UAA Seawolves salvaged a split Oct. 29-30 with the Michigan Tech Huskies. They can thank their goalies. In the two...

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Basketball UAA fourth once more The UAA men have been picked to finish the upcoming season exactly where they ended last year: fourth in the...

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...

Strike a pose

{Click here for more yoga photos}   When Sarah Hansen first found out that she and her teammates on the UAA ski team were going to...

Split spells relief for Spikers

Normally, the UAA volleyball team would view a weekend road split as pretty good. In this case, it was a gift from...

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Skiing Catch some air for UAA skiing Can’t wait until the snow covers the slopes at Alyeska? Then come live vicariously through pro skiers with Matchstick...

Running hurt at GNACs: Kaempf, Stum lead the way

The UAA men finished in second place and the women third at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Cross Country championships in McKinleyville, Calif. Oct....

Hometown star returns to help undefeated Seawolves

Seawolf hockey fans never expected what happened at the 2004 Nye Frontier Classic when the UAA Seawolves upset the third-ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers to...

Cup half full

The UAA hockey team may have looked dominating in a 5-2 win over the University of Alaska Fairbanks Oct. 22. But their true colors...

Repeat Champs

For more photos of the Nye Frontier Classic 2004, see our slideshow! For the first time in the 14-year history of the Nye Frontier Classic,...

Sputtering spikers

The University of Alaska Anchorage volleyball team is hitting the skids. Hard. After starting out the year 8-2, the Seawolves have lost eight...

Hall brings UAA athletes, old and new, together

In a fitting end to UAA’s annual homecoming celebration the fourth class of the Seawolf Hall of Fame was inducted Oct. 17. The Wells...

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Dual coaches for UAA Nordic and Alpine The sport with the most dual athletes now has dual coaches. Longtime assistants Greg Rust and Trond...

Hockey wins first game despite infamy, injuries

It didn't take long for the UAA hockey team to address some of their concerns for the season. It took all of one exhibition...

Doesn’t make a difference

Watching Mindy Lindquist on the volleyball court this season, you might think she's one of UAA's veterans. The 6-footer is fourth in the Great...

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Hockey Hobblin' hockey heroes The casualty count has reached four for the Seawolves' hockey squad and they've only played one exhibition game. Center Charlie...

On the Road

Volleyball Nanooks nip Seawolves It was just about as close as they come. For the fourth straight year in a row, the UAA volleyball team went...

‘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....

Tough task awaits Seawolf hockey squad on the ice

It was a rough off-season for the UAA hockey team. Coming off a successful, history-making postseason run, the Seawolves had a turbulent break. ...

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Hockey Court ruling clears Green’s return After a court ruling, UAA hockey player Lee Green can take the ice with teammate Brett Arcand-Kootenay after bail...

Knight has running rhythm

Brent Knight has been steadily climbing up the ladder of the men’s cross country team with the help of hard work and an easygoing...

Volleyball team stuck in rut on road

The road is not a friendly place for UAA’s volleyball team. The Seawolves (9-7, 3-5 GNAC) have lost five consecutive road matches...

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...

Seawolf shows no ‘DeKay’ in comeback from kid

Go to any Seawolves volleyball game, and you’re bound to hear the name Carolyn DeKay a lot.  Whether you hear it from the public...

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...

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Women’s Basketball Leman leaves Seawolves Basketball just wasn’t fun for Whitney Leman anymore. The 5-7 guard from Ninilchik has left the women’s program after her second...

Subpar Seawolves

Head coach Michael Friess had more than just another race on his mind when he took his University of Alaska Anchorage cross country running...

Four more Seawolves to look for in 2004

It's just a matter of time before Seawolf sports kicks into high gear. In our second installment of Who to Look for in 2004,...

NBA players could learn from ‘Tales’ told by their predecessors

3/5 -- With a disappointing bronze-medal showing at the Athens Olympics, astronomical salaries and the Kobe Bryant rape accusations, the NBA and its players...

First conference road trip wreaks havoc for Seawolf spikers

For the University of Alaska Anchorage volleyball team, the best conference start in team history only lasted so long. After starting the season 2-0...