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Lady Seawolves rip it up on the road

After dropping two conference matches last weekend at the Sports Center, the University of Alaska Anchorage women's volleyball team went on the road ready...

Hall of Fame welcomes two new members

On Oct. 14, the athletic department welcomed two more outstanding athletes into their hall of fame. Rob Conn and Elena Tkacheva Lowery will be the 29th and 30th members to join the hall of fame, a tradition that began in 2001. To be nominated for the Seawolf Hall of Fame, the alumni have to meet high requirements.

Fishing Alaska not for the leary

Fishing season is beginning all over Alaska, but with the excitement of reeling in a fish comes the ever-present danger presented by Alaska's wildlife. The presence of potentially dangerous wildlife, from bears, to moose; and even the occasionally aggressive fisherman, or fisher-lady.

Skiwolf gold

In one of the most dominating performances in UAA history, Mandy Kaempf claimed the honor that has eluded her over three years as a...

State of the Seawolves: UAA Athletics on the rise

What a year for the Athletic department. The cross-country and track teams continued their dominance into 2010. The volleyball team won their first ever NCAA...

UAA keeps Gov’s Cup for 3rd year

For the third straight year, the UAA Seawolf hockey team raised the coveted Governor's Cup after dropping in-state rival UAF in two-straight games. UAA went into Fairbanks on Friday night and were able to overcome the Nanooks by a score of 1-0. Junior forward Paul Crowder scored the games lone tally on the power-play with just over three minutes left in the game off of assists by juniors Kevin Clark and Trevor Hunt, allowing the Seawolves to take the first win of the two-game series against UAF this season.

Locker room remodel nears finish for the fall

The locker room construction in the Wells Fargo Sports Complex is nearing completion. When school starts, the areas will be open for students to shower and change in or out of workout gear. The new lockers, however, won't be installed quite yet. That will happen over the long Labor Day weekend.

Sports Briefs 4/20/2010

Kangogo punches ticket to NCAAs In his first 3,000-meter steeplechase race ever, sophomore Alfred Kangogo qualified automatically for the NCAAs at the Long Beach Invitational...

Despite early lead, UAA falters to a tie

There is a saying in hockey that a two-goal lead is never a safe lead. Never has this been truer than during the game against the Wisconsin Badgers on Jan. 19. UAA had leads of 2-0 and 4-2 but only managed to get a tie in a game that was dominated by special-teams play by both teams.

Cyclo-Cross racing a muddy challenge for cyclists.

By Lee Hall The Northern Light As the weather begins to turn a little sloppy, a lot of people begin putting away their bikes for the...

Seawolves make playoffs

The UAA men's basketball team took their final win of the regular season 99-95 against 9th nationally ranked Western Washington, who has first place...

‘Undisciplined’ loss gives Seawolves their first winless shootout since 2001

Despite a strong comeback at the last minute, the UAA Seawolves were unable to defeat the Eastern Washington Eagles, 64-62, and earned their first winless Shootout since 2001. A slow start would highlight the UAA men's final game of the Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout.

Get out, meet friends with intramural athletics

For those who may have missed their big break to participate in collegiate athletics or those who are just looking for an opportunity to meet people who share a common interest while getting some exercise, UAA offers a few organized intramural sports in which to let loose.

NBA All-Star Weekend packed with could-have-beens, legacies

The NBA All-Star Weekend starts on Feb.18. Below, I lay out ten thoughts on the events, all without mentioning Brent Barry’s Crip Walk (for...

Yellowjackets head up to UAA to challenge the Seawolves

By Andrew Neuerburg Special to The Northern Light After victories over Kentucky Weslyan, the University of Mary, and the Academy of Art at the Extended Stay...

Rivalry continues, UAF takes third straight win

Fairbanks enjoys the UAA vs. UAF rivalry, and it showed when they took out the Seawolf women's basketball team 80-72 for the third straight...

Athletic director thanks Seawolf supporters

Dear Friends of Seawolf Athletics, Today marks the completion of my first six months as Director of Athletics, without question the most exciting and rewarding...

{Sports in Brief}

Hockey Hobblin' hockey heroes The casualty count has reached four for the Seawolves' hockey squad and they've only played one exhibition game. Center Charlie...

NHL’s new rules seek to regain attention from lost fans

New rookies, new rules and a new brand of play are helping the National Hockey League win back the enthusiasm fans lost after its...

UAA athletes start prepping for next season over spring

The busy athletic season at UAA, has wrapped up for most Seawolf athletes. Some of the college jocks have permanently concluded their college careers. Some...

Meet the Seawolf: Sasha King

Sasha King is the starting point guard for the Seawolf women’s basketball team. Since it’s Women’s History Month, I decided it would be cool to have a one-on-one with her about the season, her future plans, women’s sports and her record-breaking performance against Northwest Nazarene.

Women’s basketball debut notches 93-22 win

If the UAA women's basketball team had any first game jitters, it didn't show. The Seawolf women surged to any early lead, defeating visiting Lincoln Christian, 93-22, in UAA's first game of 2007-08 the season. The Seawolves opened up early, with 3rd team All-American Rebecca Kielpinski's lay-up in the first ten seconds.

After first round playoff exit, Aces look to rebound.

It’s a tough crowd to win over and impress up here in Anchorage. First year head coach Brent Thompson came up to the Alaska Aces...

Seawolves tie the No.2-ranked Golden Gophers

One does not often hear a herd of battle-prepared gophers howling at a pack of wild Seawolves, but the No. 2 ranked Golden Gophers from the University of Minnesota had every reason to whine Nov. 10 when the scoreboard read 2-2 at the end of the third period.

Seawolves sweep SpringHill Suites Invitational tournament

The Seawolf volleyball team won its first tournament of the season Saturday night by defeating Western New Mexico University in the SpringHill Suites Invitational. The win was settled in three sets with the scores 25-20, 25-21, 25-16.

Seawolf hockey loses to Ferris State in WCHA semifinals

March 21 The University of Alaska Anchorage traveled to Grand Rapids, Mich., to play Ferris State University in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association semifinals. For...

Seawolves skate past Mercyhurst 5-3

The Seawolf hockey team was led by Craig Parkinson and Tommy Grant who each had two goals apiece in the teams win over Mercyhurst. UAA won 5-3...

{Sports Briefs}

Seawolves show up on hockey radar The University of Alaska Anchorage hockey team garnered eight points in the second USA Today/ American Hockey Magazine College...

UAA track squads among nation’s academic elite

After receiving seven individual honors earlier in the week, both Alaska Anchorage track & field squads have earned recognition as a whole, placing high on the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association's lists of All-Academic Scholar Teams for NCAA Division II.