Meet UAA’s freshmen athletes

To kick off the 2017-18 school year and athletic seasons, some of UAA's incoming student-athletes shared their goals now that they've reached the collegiate level.

For 40 years, Piccard has seen it all

Hired as the Director of Student Services when UAA was Anchorage Community College, Piccard played key roles throughout the university. Piccard was inducted into the Seawolf Hall of Fame in 2001 for his work helping expand an athletic department that only housed three sports at the time of his arrival.

Show some spirit in the UAA Spirit Run

The start of the school year brings many opportunities for students to get involved and show their UAA spirit. A perfect time to get...

Track and field heptathlete transitions into cross-country runner

Yvonne Jeschke came to UAA from Au am Rhein, Germany in 2015 as a hurdler and heptathlete for the Seawolf track and field team. The...

Ryan Orton begins fourth year coaching for the Seawolves

Orton returns to UAA with ample experience in coaching, recruiting and academics

The wide (and not so wide) world of the WCHA

The Western Collegiate Hockey Association is one of six Div. I college hockey conferences in the country. It spans five different states, three time...

24 UAA athletes recognized with academic awards

With the conclusion of both the skiing and gymnastics seasons, both sports announced the recipients of their all-academic awards. For skiing, the United States Collegiate...

Miller placed No.1 on MPSF all-academic team

After the conclusion of the 2017-18 gymnastics season, it was announced that six of the 14 women on the UAA gymnastics team were awarded...

UAA student-athletes hit with a future of uncertainty

In light of the recent budget crisis affecting the University of Alaska, student-athletes at UAA are uncertain about their future with the Seawolves.  While the...

Laughing Kawhi, the latest laughing stock of the Twitter-sphere

How NBA superstar, Kawhi Leonard, became the internet’s favorite meme during the last week of September

Flag football: A road to nowhere

Flag football ranks the highest in participants in ASD, but there are a lack in opportunities to continue post-high school

Sullivan Arena fills scheduling gaps one year post-Alaska Aces

Upcoming events at the Sullivan Arena include Alaska Gun Collectors Association Spring Gun Show April 14-15, Ducks Unlimited Spring BBQ/Military Hunter's Night Out on April 27 and the TRAXXAS Monster Truck Tour May 11-12.

One-shoe wonder: Felix Kemboi wins 5K race in surprising turn of events

UAA freshman from Kenya didn't let a lost shoe prevent him from winning the indoor 5-kilometer race at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships Feb. 16-17.

Anchorage’s annual Zombie Half Marathon rallies up over 500 participants

Over 500 participants joined together Saturday morning to look like zombies and run or walk 13.1 miles

Heads up: 2017-18 UAA basketball schedule preview

The UAA Athletics Department has released the new schedules for the 2017-18 season. With another college basketball season approaching, the time is right to...

Travis Parrish: The long journey to the last frontier

Travis Parrish, a junior forward for UAA Men's basketball team, has had many stops on his way to becoming a Seawolf. It began in...

Seawolf skiing takes on UAF rivals at Alaska Nordic Cup

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,...

Hockey twins given fresh start in Alaska

Nothing could have prepared Nathan and Jonah Renouf for the adversity they would face as newcomers to the Quinnipiac University hockey team last season. The...

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...

Seawolf gymnasts debut 2018 season

Having only one unofficial meet prior, UAA competed in their first regular season meet against Cortland.

Alaska Airlines Center nears 1-year anniversary

The Alaska Airlines Center is approaching its first full calendar year of use. The $109 million, multi-purpose arena has seen several concerts, cultural activities...

Believing is key for Seawolf hockey

The Seawolf hockey team is showing signs of improvement, not just physically, but mentally, according to UAA second-year head coach Matt Curley. “The biggest improvement...

UAA’s 2007-08 Men’s basketball team — Where are they now?

Four standout alumni from UAA's basketball team look back at their collegiate careers and reflect on how it has shaped their lives

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...

Newest coaching addition to the UAA hockey staff

After threats of program cuts, minimal success and dismissing of previous coaches, UAA hockey head coach Matt Curley is aiming to build a strong...

Four new ‘skiwolves’ added to the roster

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...
Although this is his first season with UAA, Zach Court has already scored two goals. Credit: Skip Hickey

UAA hockey has major comeback against BMU

The hockey team has been on the road for the past few games and has most recently set up camp in Minnesota. This month, the...

Greg Myford to take over after McDiffett retirement

Tim McDiffett, the current interim athletic director, will be retiring at the end of June, according to an announcement made by UAA Chancellor Sam...

NBA Midterm Grades: the league’s biggest underachievers and overachievers

They say pressure makes diamonds, but not for some of the NBA teams who haven’t lived up to their lofty expectations this season. The NBA...