Flag football: A road to nowhere

Flag football ranks the highest in participants in ASD, but there are a lack in opportunities to continue post-high school

UAA stomps Nanooks to keep pace in GNAC

The UAA Volleyball teamcrushed UAF in an energeticmatch Oct. 15 supported by oneof the best fan turnouts UAA hasseen so far this year of nearly 800people. The girls swept the first set25-16 followed by a close secondset, 25-22. “Fairbanks did really well thesecond set they picked up theirgame a lot,” sophomore middleblocker Robyn Burton said. “Theyhad a lot of ups and had some goodserves. We had a few misreads onour side of the net, but we lookedpast it and did what we had to doon our side to win it.”

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...

The un-run

Three friends who know each other from the University of Montana joined 13 other runners on a traverse of Crow Pass when a one-week...

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...

First-game opponents to call it quits after season

When Wayne State plays UAA at the Nye Frontier Hockey Classic, take a good look. Their first game together is also their last. On Sept. 29 the Wayne State Hockey program was officially discontinued. A $20 million deficit in the state of Michigan caused the university to discontinue sponsorship of its men's program at the completion of the current school year.

Women’s XC team sweeps regional championships

On Saturday, Nov. 17, after a resounding success at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships, the Seawolves set off to Billings, Montana to compete...

Doping dirties Olympic dream

Drug testing always seems to be at the forefront of the sporting world nowadays. The concentration on this by the media only intensifies during Olympic...

One last dance: Seawolf hockey is focused soley on upcoming season

The Seawolf hockey program is set to begin their regular season next week

Number 1 Seawolves take winning streak to 18

As the season continues, the Seawolves have advanced to an 18 game winning streak by neither offense nor defense alone, but by drawing upon all their weapons-and team members. UAA earned their nineteenth and twentieth wins against the Western Oregon Wolves on Jan.

Seawolf sports show patriotism

Seawolf athletes are sporting a new look when they head back into competition this week. Motivated by the Sept. 11 terrorist attack and the resulting...

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...

UAA women’s volleyball dominates weekend away games

Seawolves volleyball faced competitors Western Washington and Simon Fraser

Governor’s Cup shortened to two games

Fans looking for more Alaska in-state rivalry action this year are going to have to make do with a little less. For the first time since the 1998-99 season, the Governor's Cup is being shortened from four games to two. The series, between both University of Alaska schools Anchorage and Fairbanks, is being shortened in order for both UAA and UAF to play in each other's exempt conference tournaments according to UAA head hockey coach, Dave Shyiak.

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.

Seawolf Sports Update

Hey sports fans, Sorry I've been slacking a bit this week...but hey, it was Spring Break! Anyways, time to get caught up on the past...

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.

Seawolves to battle it out with WOU Wolves

Though they have had a busy schedule on the road, the Seawolves volleyball team is finally home for more than one game. After their recent...

UAA volleyball falls to seventh place, struggles to move to regional championships

Although they had been holding tight at No. 6 in the NCAA Division II West Region Volleyball poll, the UAA volleyball team recently slipped...

UAA head hockey coach no longer with program

Hockey coach Dave Shyiak is parting ways with the Seawolves. In a statement released Friday, the athletics department confirmed a search committee has been appointed and is considering national applicants to fill the position.

UAA to host GNAC basketball championship

Tournament passes for all three days cost $30 for adults and $18 for students, seniors and youth; single-game tickets start at $9. For more information on the tournament, visit goseawolves.com.

With expansion looming, UAF is the obvious candidate for WCHA conference

For anyone who opens to the Anchorage Daily News' sports section on a regular basis you should know that the Western Collegiate Hockey Association is, in near certainty, going to expand its field from 10 to 12 teams within the next couple of years. The most anticipated program that is expected to get into the conference, as well as the only one that has officially applied for admission into the WCHA is Bemidji State.

Skaters still searching for win

The Seawolf hockey team finally got their first taste of the squad that came in and took their own tournament, the Nye Frontier Classic,...

Seawolves rally for a tie with #14 MSU Mavericks

The Seawolf hockey team used a late game push Friday night to turn a potential 3-1 loss into a 3-3 tie with the 14th-ranked Minnesota State Mavericks.

B-ball star two-steps his way to success

There seems to be some sort of friendly competition among the men's basketball team at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Shane Bannarbie seems to...

{sports briefs}

Last-second foul leads to women's loss ANCHORAGE (Jan. 19) - Free throws drove the defeat of UAA's women's basketball team 62-61 (8-6, 1-5) against Saint...

Sweet, sweet victory

UAA upends Cal Baptist in overtime, 82-79

UAA student Dakota McKenzie shows balance between school, work and snowboarding

Being able to maintain balance is what keeps business marketing major Dakota McKenzie sane throughout the fall and spring semesters. Between school and work,...

Frostbite Footrace attracts UAA bees, cavewomen

What started as a three-day sports tournament more than 70 years ago has evolved into a 17-day festival with an event where Anchorage citizens...

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...