Badgers take bite out of UAA’s Final Five hopes

So much for history repeating itself.A year after upsetting the University of Wisconsin in the first round of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoffs,...

Resurrected women’s hockey club feels growing pains

With a Division I hockey program, UAA has been known to attract it’s fair share of out-of-state skaters to school. It’s not a surprise...

{Sports in brief}

Seawolves show their smarts The Great Northwest Athletic Conference All-Academic Team for men’s basketball was announced March 2 and UAA was well represented. UAA student-athletes...

This week in Seawolf sports…

Seawolves use strong finishs to place fourth Mandy Kaempf turned in two solid performances as expected but it was some other solid individual showings that...

Gymnast doesn’t let skin condition slow her down

Amanda Keever is like many other young women at UAA. She loves Jared Woods’ music, cold beer at the Pioneer, hot dog-eating contests and...

Seawolves defense makes Huskies roll over

Behind a strong defensive effort, the UAA hockey team sent its three seniors off the Sullivan Arena ice with a win. In the process,...

Whose house?

The bleachers in the Wells Fargo Sports Complex were rocking. Feet were stomping as green and gold painted faces chanted “U-A-A” over and over....

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...

Snowshoeing first activity featured in new adventure series

In hopes of getting UAA students more involved in the Alaska outdoors, the Student Union and Student Activities kicked off their Outdoor Adventure Series...

This week in Seawolf hoops

Seawolf women stop slide in Seattle Behind a balanced attack, the UAA women snapped a four-game losing streak with a 56-51 win over Seattle on...

Hamilton makes history but Seawolves settle for split

Shea Hamilton made UAA history against St. Cloud State and in the process the Seawolves snapped a three-game losing skid. Hamilton, a standout...

{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...

Oleson’s offense leads Nanook feast of Seawolves

Fairbanks – You wouldn’t have known from watching him but Brad Oleson played on an injured ankle against UAA. After the University of Alaska...

Saints give Seawolves hell in second half

UAA played about as good a first half as they had all season against Saint Martin’s. Then Julia Eisentrout and the Saints’ defense took...

Lackluster special teams play costs Seawolves

An awful power play and weak defense on the penalty kill erased the offensive efforts of center Merit Waldrop and the return of winger...

First home meet stirs anxiousness in athletes

Since the UAA gymnastics team only has three home meets all season, the first dual meet in front of Anchorage fans is always an...

{Seawolves on the road}

Men’s Basketball Seawolves outgunned in pair of losses in Washington The UAA men’s basketball team couldn’t slow down the top two teams in the Great Northwest...

{Seawolves on the road}

Long break, same results Seawolf hockey By Will Merrill - Special to the Northern Light After almost a month off for the winter break, the University...

{Sports Briefs}

Hockey UAA goaltender grabs rookie honor After two stingy performances at Minnesota Duluth, freshman goaltender Nathan Lawson, was named the Red Baron WCHA Rookie of the...

Nanooks maul sluggish Seawolves

Wins in Anchorage have been rare for the University of Alaska Fairbanks women’s basketball team. Coming into their Jan. 15 match-up with UAA, the...

Close encounters

In basketball one shot can be the difference between a great win and a depressing loss. The UAA men’s basketball team learned that the...

Brick house

Clink. Clank. Clunk. That’s the soundtrack of UAA men’s basketball in 2004. It’s rapidly becoming an epidemic, infecting each and every...

Gymnasts make jump to Division I

For more photos of the Seawolves Green & Gold Intrasquad meet on Saturday, Dec. 5, click here! It’s not just another new season for the...

{Seawolves on the Road}

Men's Hockey Hockey earns huge split at No. 6 North Dakota The puck has finally started to bounce the Seawolves’ way. When a clearing attempt...

{Sports Briefs}

Women’s Basketball Kielpinski joins women’s hoops The women’s basketball season just started and the team is already preparing for next year. Seawolf head coach Jody Hensen...

Beason, Seawolves shrug off shaky start to win

Stephanie Beason wasn’t starting her UAA career the way she hoped to. In the first half of her first game as a Seawolf, Beason...

{Sports Briefs}

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...

{Seawolves on the Road}

Hockey Seawolves toppled by Mankato Riding in the fast lane with a three-game winning streak and the momentum of a series sweep over Minnesota-Duluth, the Seawolves...

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...

New Seawolves bring plenty of talent, experience

Usually a basketball team that returns just three players is going to be hurting for experience. That isn’t the case with the UAA women’s...