Over the first weekend of February, the UAA ski team traveled to New Mexico to compete in the Drew Judycki Memorial Jade Enterprises Invitational....
UAA Nordic ski team’s associate coach Andrew Kastning kept busy during the winter break, adding new names to his roster. Included in his new...
UAA's Nordic ski teams recently traveled to Vermont to compete in the U.S. Nordic National Championship. Leading the way for the women's team in the...
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,...
It's already July and UAA coaches are working to secure last-minute signers to their teams. Head Ski Coach Sparky Anderson has been successful in...
Getting Alaska on skis is the goal of Skiku, a statewide program providing annual Nordic ski instruction to Alaska Native youth at schools in...
Over the weekend of March 7, 12 Seawolves traveled to Colorado to compete in the national ski meet
Seventeen athletes local to Alaska qualified and competed in the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics
The Seawolves have six high-ranking athletes in NCAA qualifications, including: Dominic Unterberger (men's slalom), Georgia Burgess (women's slalom), Charley Field (women's giant slalom), Toomas Kollo (men's Nordic), Hailey Swirbul (women's Nordic) and Jenna DiFolco (women's classic).
“I’m sure it’ll be lots of butterflies for her on that type of stage, but no matter what she does, she made it there, she worked hard to get there and her result will make us proud,” Kastning said.
UAA sophomore traveled to Switzerland to compete with top junior skiers from around the world.
Already halfway through their season, the skiers of UAA traveled down to Utah to participate in a two-weekend meet.
With the majority of UAA's athletic teams now in season, the athletes kept busy with games, meets, training and traveling.
The Nordic skier, now in her third year of collegiate competition, has a chance to compete at the U.S. Nationals as a Seawolf, but...
Karolin Anders is a former member of the UAA track and field team. The accomplishments of UAA’s athletic department have already added up to an...
Featuring Jesse Miller, Curtis McKillop and Kiki Robertson
Non-profit organization is fundraising to bring a chairlift to the area, riders may be able to volunteer time in exchange for tickets
UAA’s Nordic and alpine ski teams are excited to get back on the snow and fine-tune their skills before competition season starts
“Marine had a very successful career as a Seawolf skier, and I'm excited to have her join our coaching staff,” Kastning said.
Two-time Olympian Anna Berecz now coaches the UAA alpine ski team as a graduate assistant coach
After the temporary cut of the UAA ski teams in October 2016, the program has come back stronger than ever with the addition of many new athletes.
Behind the spotlight are numerous athletes that deal with severe injuries, hoping to soon be able to contribute to their teams’ success.
With the official NCAA signing season taking place, volleyball and skiing are the first teams at UAA to sign new athletes.
After four years of collegiate athletics, UAA seniors reflect on their careers in their respective sports.
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.
After the commencement of the Alpine portions of the UAA and Seawolf Invitationals, Nordic picked up last week in Kincaid.
With meets spanning from Girdwood to Kincaid, UAA hosts the first and only home meets of the 2016-2017 ski season.
The Seawolves traveled down to Montana and Utah for the final week of winter break to kickstart the 2016-17 season.
After training for months, the UAA Ski Teams are back in action in January and are prepared for a successful season.
An initial proposal to cut both sports was overturned
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