Men’s basketball hovers near bottom of GNAC standings

The UAA men's basketball team was fortunate to have a home court advantage for the weekend of Jan. 25-27 that ended up in one...

UAA marches to the Final Four

Seawolves steamroll Patriots in Elite 8 matchup

UAA’s late rally not enough in National Championship

Seawolves fall short to Lubbock Christian in NCAA Championship

The secret of basketball isn’t related to basketball

With Saturday afternoon’s 74-72 victory over Montana State University Billings, the UAA women’s basketball team completed their historic 2014-15 regular season, going 27-1, 17-1...

Jenna Buchanan Q&A

Basketball is king for many youth in rural Alaska. A brightly lit gymnasium and rack of basketballs can serve as a refuge from the...

The Great Alaska Shootout is here to play

The 37th annual Great Alaska Shootout has a rich history and a bright future

Senior athletes Sheely, Svejcar and Hooe complete their final collegiate seasons

After four years of collegiate athletics, UAA seniors reflect on their careers in their respective sports.

Seawolves come up short on Senior Day

No. 1 Western Oregon tops UAA in final home game

New faces shine in men’s Green and Gold Exhibition

UAA men's basketball clash against each other in intrasquad scrimmage

Seawolves shut down Western Oregon University

The Seawolves shut the door early on visiting Western Oregon University on Saturday night and earned their 11 straight win in a 77-51 blow-out....

Meet the Seawolf: Mario Gill

Mario Gill is known for being on the basketball team and is often found on the court whether it’s at practice or in a game. Off the court, he’s a smooth talking, fun, out-going guy who knows everyone’s name. In the gym, he’s determined and focused, but when he’s not “on the clock,” he loves to have fun, relax and listen to music. The-21-year old hails from Portland, Oregon and has played for Wilson High School. In 2008, he was named Portland Interscholastic League’s Player of the Year, and also participated in the Les Schwab Northwest Shootout.

Seawolves still confident after 1-point loss against state rivals

The UAA men's basketball team traveled north on Dec. 8 to compete against in-state rivals UAF. In the annual game, taking place at the...

Vikings knock out Seawolves

WWU ends UAA's season

UAA men’s basketball jumps into the season

The Seawolves deputed their season with two back to back wins.

Seawolves fall behind in triple overtime to the Wolves

In the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships, UAA men's basketball suffered a loss by only 7 points.

Seawolves spoil Falcons’ upset hopes at home

When Seawolf forward Megan Mullings checked out of last Thursday’s game against Seattle Pacific University for good, the Alaska Airlines Center gave what sounded...

VIDEO: Kaylie Robison post-game interview

UAA Junior forward Kaylie Robison answers some questions after the Seawolves beat UCSD 74-62.

UAA women boast No. 2 rank in division II basketball

Mirroring the previous 2015-16 season, the Seawolves are coming to a close in the current season with a national No. 2 rank.

A look into the 2013-14 Seawolf men’s basketball team

The basketball season is here. Despite a subpar finish, the Seawolf men’s team is coming off a hot run in 2012-13, which included a stellar showing at the Great Alaska Shootout and a 14-3 record at home.

Previous No. 2 in the nation Seawolves basketball missed Elite Eight

The UAA women's basketball season is officially ended, but special recognition is deserved for the individual and team records for the 2016-17 season.

Meet the Seawolf: Haley Holmstead

UAA junior guard Haley Holmstead seems to have this whole scoring thing down pretty well. A two-time Scenic West Athletic Conference Player of the Year at Salt Lake Community College, Holmstead was billed as one of the premier offensive threats in the national community college ranks.

Western Kentucky tops UAA in women’s Great Alaska Shootout championship

Seawolves have not won the Alaska tournament in six years

Great Alaska Shootout Schedule & Dissecting the Shootout field

Here's the Women's and Men's Great Alaska Shootout Schedule! Also: get a break down with Thomas McIntyre and Mark Hoffman including stats on the University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves (Women's and Men's), Georgetown University Hoyas, Nicholls State University Colonels, UC Riverside Highlanders, Indiana State Sycamores, University of Denver Pioneers, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Phoenix, University of Tulsa Golden Hurricane, Pepperdine University Waves, Texas Christian University Horned Frogs, and Harvard University Crimson.

UAA overpowers Concordia

The Seawolves came out of the gates scorching and never looked back in their 93-67 wire-to-wire win over the Cavaliers. Suki Wiggs had a...

VIDEO: UAA Women’s Head Coach Tim Moser post-game interview 11-13

UAA Women's Head Coach Tim Moser answers some questions after the Seawolves' 63-55 victory over Grand Canyon University.

UAA’s women dance their way to Elite Eight

Last time UAA was in Elite Eight was seven years ago

Two everlasting Shootout memories

Northern Light sports writers Thomas McIntyre and Mark Hoffman share their favorite memories of the Great Alaska Shootout.

1-on-1: Christian Leckband

Christian Leckband Position: Forward Major: Business Administration, MarketingBasketball is king for many youth in rural Alaska. A brightly lit gymnasium and rack of basketballs can serve...

UAA Seawolves Men’s Basketball Players Set New Records

Feb. 22 The last basketball game to be played in the Wells Fargo Sports Complex was played on Saturday night between the UAA and Western...

Seawolves upend Vikings to repeat as GNAC champions

The UAA Women’s Basketball team proved once again they are the class of the GNAC and have some more hardware to further prove it. The Seawolves claimed a 67-52 GNAC Championship win over rival and second seeded Western Washington in Lacey, Washington on March 3 to officially punch their ticket to the West Region postseason. The top seeded Seawolves (27-4) got a team-high 19 points from junior guard Haley Holmstead.