Intramural sports encourages competitiveness, athleticism

  At UAA, intramural sports are open to all students on campus. A group of friends, student organizations or roommates can come together and form...

10 Seawolves ran towards national titles

Ten members of the Seawolf track and field team traveled to Texas A&M University Kingsville to compete in the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track...

Meet UAA’s new freshman athletes

As the 2018-19 school year starts to pick up, many new faces will be seen on campus and this includes new freshmen. A small...

Backcountry on a budget: Three ski resort substitutes

Ski resorts are limited in the Anchorage area resulting in boredom for many experienced ski and snowboarders. Going to the same resorts repeatedly loses...

Alaska Fighting Championship events switch locations after 13 years

A brand new cage and perks for fans and fighters prompted change in location

Hailey Swirbul: The freshman standout

Swirbul managed to make it all the way to the NCAA Skiing Championships, and be the top finisher for the team, in only her first season competing for UAA.

Season-high score concludes gymnastics season

Despite the amount of injuries and the lack of a full squad for the majority of the season, head coach Tanya Ho and assistant coach Alina Cartwright produced a season with four wins, one loss, one 2nd of 3 and two 3rd of 3 meets.

Olympians and UAA athletes host Champ Chat

Through the nonprofit organization Fast and Female, amateur and professional female athletes were able to meet for a day of activities and talks

Runners show Halloween spirit at the 2018 Zombie Half Marathon

With the days getting colder and snow capping the mountains, Anchorage residents know the holiday season was coming up, starting with Halloween. Preparing for...

Seawolves continue hosting summer camps for the community’s youth

The UAA volleyball team concluded another year of hosting summer camp sessions. Between July 6 - 20, head coach Chris Green and his staff,...

Meet the Seawolf: Travis Thompson

The Seawolves posted another stellar performance in their 2011-2012 season, with a substantial amount of help from sophomore guard Travis Thompson. Thompson was not scheduled to play at the beginning of the season due to an off-season knee surgery, however, there is no doubt that the change in plans showcased Thompson’s talents throughout the season. TNL caught up with Thompson to get to know him off the court.

Conference loss and tie for UAA hockey

The Seawolves played their second set of conference matches against Alabama Huntsville

High school runners, UAA recruits and Native Youth Olympics

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UAA prevails over Oregon rivals

The Seawolves finished off this weekend with only two more regular season games before heading off to compete in the NCAA Division II West Regionals.

Meet a member of the goaltending trio

For the last four years, Olivier Mantha was the star of the UAA hockey team, setting records and winning awards. The Quebec local departed...

NBA celebrations: Ranked

Every athlete knows how great it feels to make a huge play — to drill a game-winning 3-pointer, to nutmeg a defender and score...

A shift in culture: Coach McCarthy transforms women’s basketball program

At 38-3, the UAA women's basketball team just completed their best season in school history, and were arguably the greatest team Seawolf Athletics has...

New sport to UAA is treading water

There's a new sport in town: a strenuous team sport involving many skills not used together in any other sport. This sport uses fouls as a defensive play, a ball resembling a volleyball and teams set up like hockey. It is played in the water and can take a toll on even the fi ttest players.

Seawolf skiing takes on UAF rivals at Alaska Nordic Cup

The UAA and UAF nordic ski teams kicked off the start of their 2018-19 season over the weekend with the 15th annual Nordic Cup,...

Seawolves running to success

Caroline Kurgat takes the win and paces the women’s team to a third-place finish in Conference Crossover

Outstanding Alaskans inducted into Hall of Fame

The Alaska Sports Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization established to highlight the sports and athletes that Alaska produces. One of the organization's...

Former Seawolf hockey captain puts off hockey

Most students must make choices during their college years about whether work can fit into their schedules, but usually their jobs do not involve...

Crow Pass Crossing no longer a UAA event

UAA recently announced that the event will be taken over by Healthy Futures.

UAA made redemption against Colorado College

Oct. 6 marked the beginning of the 2018-19 UAA hockey season in the team’s debut game against Colorado College. Despite being the season opener,...

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...

Hockey down to two games before playoffs

The Seawolves, with 2 wins and 21 losses, will end the year with their final Governor's Cup games of the season in Fairbanks
Corey Renwick challenges a UAF player at Governor’s Cup. Photo by Skip Hickey.

UAA and UAF hockey wrap up the Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup

The UAA hockey team spent the first weekend of March competing in the Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup at the Sullivan Arena. They played two...

Myford to start first year at UAA

In early June, it was announced that Tim McDiffett, the previous interim athletic director, was set to retire this summer. Greg Myford was selected...

Student-athletes graduate and pursue diverse, post-college opportunities

The 2018-19 school year ended with the departure of 25 students from the athletic department in the spring, with 16 previously departing in the...