The UAA women’s volleyball team ended their first pair of home games going one for one. Following the Sept. 8 loss (3-2) to Western Oregon University (WOU), the ‘Wolves took down Saint Martins in the first three frames at their second home match. “We know we can win, it’s not a question of that. It is being comfortable out there. It’s doing our job and focusing on the moment and each play one at a time,” junior outside hitter Nikkie Viotto said.
Seawolves take care of business
All or nothing; it’s a fairly simple focus. Many teams and people have used this mentality as a means of motivation, and the UAA...
The UAA Volleyball team competed in their final road trip of the season this past weekend. The Wolves’ competed against Northwest Nazarene on Nov....
Seawolves volleyball faced competitors Western Washington and Simon Fraser
The Seawolves headed to the court to compete in their final non-conference match of the regular season only to suffer an immediate loss.
With the official NCAA signing season taking place, volleyball and skiing are the first teams at UAA to sign new athletes.
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.
The closer things get to the end, the more we begin to think about what has passed. Like the bright light at the end...
UAA volleyball come close in a second anxious game for the weekend.
The UAA women’s volleyball team took home victories in four of the five sets played during the first scrimmage of the season Saturday. The Lady...
After two years at Skagit Valley College in Mount Vernon, Washington, Lauren Slaymaker has returned to her hometown to compete on the UAA women’s volleyball team. As a sophomore in 2009, Slaymaker was named the NWAACC North Division First Team performer.
The Northern Light recently caught up with Morgan Hooe, the freshman setter on the Seawolf women’s volleyball team. Hooe is a hometown product, having grown up here in Anchorage, Alaska. Along with sophomores Sarah Johnson and Katelynn Zanders, she’s one of the three South High School alumni currently on the Seawolves’ roster.
The Seawolf volleyball teams back home this weekend for two matches against fellow GNAC squads, the Northwest Nazarene Crusaders and Central Washington Wildcats. Both visitors are sitting in the top half of the GNAC standings. The two crews have also tangled with the Seawolves earlier this season, with each of them losing 3-1 in their own backyards.
The Seawolf volleyball team notched a gutsy victory against the Central Washington Wildcats from Ellensberg, Thursday night. The victory came after the Seawolves allowed the Wildcats to come back from being down two sets. A resilient performance in the fifth set gave the Seawolves a 25-19, 25-21, 26-28, 17-25, 15-10 win.
The Seawolves will be back in action this week with their first regular season game on Aug. 23. Prior to that, the Seawolves got...
The Seawolf volleyball team couldn’t find their groove Saturday night. As a result, the Seawolves suffered a loss at the hands of the Western Washington University Vikings.
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...
The recent volleyball match may seem like a case of déjà vu, and it should. When the UAA volleyball team traveled to Billings, Montana...
UAA levels Simon Fraser with a show of brutal dominance.
UAA's Mackey and Zanders combine for 26 kills in balanced attack
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...
The Seawolves will be looking to avenge a loss from last October to their in-state rival, the UAF Nanooks, this weekend. UAA will travel up to...
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.”
An automatic birth to the NCAA Division II West Regional Championships is at stake for the Seawolf volleyball team, who’s sitting atop the GNAC standings. But the lead — and margin for error — is slim. Four other teams are hunting the Seawolves: Western Washington, Northwest Nazarene, Seattle Pacific and Central Washington. Any missteps could open the door for one of them to claim the conference.
Early season games proved to be a slight setback in comparison to the 2016-17 season.
With their intent to win a 20th straight game, the Seawolves battled out five sets with Simon Fraser.
The Seawolf volleyball team laid down a professional win Thursday night. Every cog of the team ran smoothly, and the result was a victory over the Montana State University Billings Yellowjackets in straight sets.
UAF traveled down from Fairbanks to play UAA at the Alaska Airline Center.
The Seawolves played their closet games yet for the season.