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.

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...

Track and Field qualifies nine athletes for NCAA’s

Nine conference titles. 14 All-GNAC performances. Nine GNAC All-Academic selections. Things look pretty good for the Seawolf Track and Field team who finished up the...

Track and Field team races out to great start

Coming off the 2009 season that qualified 10 athletes for the NCAA, it seemed that the Seawolf Track and Field team would continue to...