Kemboi headlines GNAC Championships for UAA track and field

The Seawolf indoor track and field teams both placed fifth out of 10 teams on Feb. 21 and 22 at the Great Northwest Athletic...

Seawolves vault, sprint, hurdle past records

UAA's track and field team has been busy hurdling past UAA records in their three meets thus far in 2012, bringing fans excitement and showing promise for a victorious season for Seawolves this year.

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...

Catching up with the Seawolf track and field teams

The Seawolves are outpacing everyone’s expectations as they come up on the end of their first season of indoor track and field. The rookies just returned from the GNAC Indoor Championships where the women placed first, and the men took home second.

Kangogo starts 2011 off, finally healthy

In 2008 when Alfred Kangogo joined the UAA cross-country team as a freshman he was quick to make a name for himself in the world of college athletics, receiving All-region and All-Conference honors.

GNAC national champion hails from Soldotna

Junior Danielle McCormick started her running career in middle school and has done both track and cross-country ever since. What she loves most about running is the “direct relationship between what you put in and what you get out,” she said.

Cross-country teams keep staggering pace

The last time we caught up with the Seawolf cross country teams, they were undefeated heading into the midway point of the season. Not much has changed.

2018-19 Bill McKay Athlete of the Year announced

Each year, UAA athletes commemorate the end of the school year by holding an athlete department all-sport banquet. This year, the banquet took place...

Kurgat takes over outdoor track and field season

The Seawolves are currently two meets into their outdoor track and field season after the completion of their indoor season. Senior Caroline Kurgat has...

Meet the Seawolf: David Registe

Athletes come and go through the athletic program at UAA. Some have made more of an impression that others. David Registe, will be a Seawolf...

UAA runner William Ritekwiang dies

On Feb. 19 UAA’s own student and athlete William Ritewiang passed away. “We are deeply saddened to report the death of William Ritekwiang. William, a...

Former UAA runner Danielle McCormick nominated for NCAA 2019 Woman of the Year

With the conclusion of her four-year, highly successful collegiate career, UAA’s Danielle McCormick was just announced to be a nominee for the NCAA Woman...

Track and Field Nationally Ranked

Sacramento– The University of Alaska Anchorage Outdoor Track and Field competed in Sacramento State Mondo Mid-Major Challenge from April 10 through April 12. UAA’s Cody...
UAA women’s distance medley relay team won first at GNAC championships on Feb. 15.

Runners, jumpers, throwers take on GNAC competition

The UAA track and field team traveled to Nampa, Idaho over the weekend of Feb. 15 to compete in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference...

Race gun sounds for indoor track season

The Seawolf track & field team has begun its first ever season of indoor competition. The ‘Wolves started with a bang, too, notching 10 provisional qualifying times at the University of Washington Invitational.

Seawolves No. 2 in GNAC Championships

The UAA men's and women's outdoor track and field teams each placed second at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships hosted by Western Oregon...

Cheseto found alive, “extremely hypothermic”

UPDATE 5:30 am, 11/9/11: Marko Cheseto has been found alive but is not out of the woods yet. Cheseto walked into the Springhill Suites hotel located on University Lake by the UAA and APU campuses at around 3:30 am this morning. The hotel immediately contacted UPD . In an official statement by UAA, Cheseto is said to be "extremely hypothermic" and has been taken to a local hospital for treatment.

UA looks to cut six sports across the state

This academic year will likely encompass the final collegiate seasons of skiing and indoor track and field in the state of Alaska, as a...

Athletes and supporters honored in 2017 Seawolf Hall of Fame

Since 2010, the University of Alaska Anchorage’s Athletic Department has recognized former exemplary athletes and long-time contributors by inducting them to the Seawolf Hall...

UAA runners and jumpers break records in California

The Seawolves track and field team spent the weekend of April 18-20 in California competing in several different meets. They first competed and broke...

A closer look at the 2018 Mayor’s Marathon

Lauren Cuddihy is a member of the UAA track and field team. The Mayor's Marathon is not only the traditional summer solstice running event of...

UAA cross-country and track and field team lose head coach after 29 years

After the completion of the 2018-2019 track and field season, head coach Michael Friess announced his retirement from the program, after nearly 30 years...

Former standout UAA volleyball player takes over track team

Senior Chrisalyn Johnson spent the last four years competing for UAA on the women’s volleyball team. Prior to that, she excelled at not only...

Nearly a year since the collapse: The Dome update

The Dome board of directors have scrutinized plans and adapted to changes that have led to slow repair progression

Running down UAA’s cross-country team’s monster start

For the Seawolf cross country team’s, winning is a tradition. Like clockwork, both squads have jumped off to another 2-0 start. It’s the fourth straight time the runners have opened the season in that fashion. And they rarely slow down the pace.

Track season wraps up record setting season

This past season, the University of Alaska Anchorage had what most people would consider a relatively young track team, retiring only eight athletes from the program. Despite the low number of graduating seniors, the shoes these men and women walk in will be big ones to fill, and finding replacements won't happen overnight, though hopefully will in the future.