A ‘wheelie’ fun alternative

To see all the summer gear the Student Union offers as well as the day and weekend rent fee, look under Student Life and Leadership at uaa.alaska.edu/students.

Nationally ranked cross-country team off to early success

The men's and women's cross-country teams are off to a great start for their 2017 campaigns.

Green revamps volleyball roster with new players and coaches

While most UAA athletic teams are just wrapping up their 2018-19 season, volleyball will be the first to begin their 2019-20 season in just...

UAA women’s volleyball plays in closest game of entire season

With their intent to win a 20th straight game, the Seawolves battled out five sets with Simon Fraser.

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...

UAA Seawolves take on UAF Nanooks for cup

Friday night UAA faced off against the University of Alaska Fairbanks for the Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup. Fifteen seconds into the start of the game the UAF Nanooks struck first with a goal scored by Marcus Basara. The Seawolves would tie the game at 15:49 of the first period. The goal scored by Dylan Hubbs, his second goal of the season. Jordan Kwas and Chris Williams assisted Hubbs on the play.

Anchorage Mayor’s Marathon, Salmon Run and more summer fun

Looking to get a head start on your summer plans? There are many options of activities and events taking place this year, some already...

Glacier Pilots and Bucs get ready to take the field

With the sun staying up later and later and the Alaskan summer in full effect, it must be time for the 2010 Alaska Baseball...

Backcountry paradise at Hatcher Pass

Low pressure, high humidity and cold temperatures are a recipe for snow; mixing snow with the 500,000 miles of alpine terrain that Alaska offers gives snowboarders a big backcountry playground. One playground in particular is Hatcher Pass, which is located 60 miles north of Anchorage off of the Glenn Highway near Palmer.

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...

Seawolves tumble to fourth at gymnastics championships

It wasn’t a great night for the Seawolf gymnastics team Saturday, as they finished fourth in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championship meet in Seattle, Wash.

Seawolves hope to beat Falcons and Crusaders to become conference champions

All or nothing; it’s a fairly simple focus. Many teams and people have used this mentality as a means of motivation, and the UAA...

UAA shocks goliath, ends skid

The UAA Hockey team was finally able to get the monkey off their collective backs this weekend, ending their losing slump in absolute stunning fashion. Using a three-point night from sophomore Matt Bailey and a 27 save effort from sophomore goalie Rob Gunderson, the Seawolves took down the nation’s top ranked team, the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs, by a score of 3-2.

The team that’s been hiding in the Wells Fargo Sports Complex for 11 years

The Anchorage Water Polo Club practices every Sunday night at the WFSC pool

Nanooks clinch Governor’s Cup, ask for more tonight

Win tonight, and live to play in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoffs. Lose, and start summer training. Those are the stakes tonight between the...

Manny’s LA drama

Manny Ramirez is proving, yet again, why he is among the biggest jokes in professional baseball. The Los Angeles Dodgers have made four attempts to sign Ramirez and have been rejected four times. The latest offer was a single-season worth $25-million with an option to extend another year in which Ramirez would still make $20-million.

Seawolves fall to No. 11 Vikings

The Seawolves celebrated a win over Simon Fraser at the Alaska Airlines Center last Thursday, but lost to Western Washington on Saturday.

Seawolf setter shines in senior season

A leader on and off the court, a 3.98 G.P.A, the holder of six school records and on her way to three more this...

Roughing the passer needs clarification

“No defensive player may run into a passer of a legal forward pass after the ball has left his hand. The Referee must determine...

Utah JC standout joins UAA backcourt

Head coach Rusty Osborne added another accomplished junior-college guard to the Alaska Anchorage men's basketball roster Thursday when he announced that Donnie Lau has signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the Seawolves. Lau, 6-2, 190 pounds, comes to UAA from Snow College in Ephraim, Utah, where he dished 241 assists in his two seasons.
Physical education students and staff from UAA traveled to Valdez over the weekend of Feb. 1-3 to do a fitness assessment for the community. Photo courtesy of UAA Department of Physical Education.

UAA physical education students take Know Your Numbers to Valdez

Know Your Numbers is an annual program put on by UAA’s Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department that occurs between October and December. The...

Hawaii-Hilo downs Seawolves, 92-85

University of Hawaii-Hilo guard Stanley Ibia led his Vulcans to a 17-2 run late in the game to defeat the Seawolves Friday night at...

UAA cross-country sweeps home meet

The UAA cross-country meet at Kincaid Park was a starting line for the season, where the men and women both finished in in the top four spots for both teams. With a 18 minute finish in the 5K race was senior Ruth Keino crossing the finishing line 46 seconds before the second place finisher.

40th and Final GCI Great Alaska Shootout

Interim Chancellor Samuel Gingerich announced on Aug. 24 that the annual GCI Great Alaska Shootout will take place for the last time in 2017...

Seawolves sweep GNAC cross country championships

With only three regular season meets completed so far, the Seawolves took off to Monmouth, Oregon on Nov. 3 to compete in the Great...

New dome allows rugby team to maximize their potential

The Dome, North America's first full-size 400-meter indoor track and field turf, isn't just for runners and soccer players. Even the Bird Creek Barbarians rugby club is using the new sports dome to take their game to the next level. "It is great for us because it allows us to keep up our fitness and work on our passing skills," said Justin Green, a member of the team.

{Outdoor Briefs}

Do you know how to tell the difference between cow parsnip and devil’s club? Both plants look similar at first glance due to their...

Previous No. 2 in the nation Seawolves basketball missed Elite Eight

The UAA women's basketball season is officially ended, but special recognition is deserved for the individual and team records for the 2016-17 season.

UAA volleyball looks to get back on track after two historic seasons

UAA levels Simon Fraser with a show of brutal dominance.

Kenyan runner joins family and finds success

Imagine flying from your Kenyan homeland to Amsterdam, Amsterdam to Minnesota, and finally Minnesota to Anchorage, a place with a climate the opposite of your own, in a place you have never been. Forget imagination - for Elizabeth Chepkosgei, the around-the-world trip was her reality.