Women deserve equality on fields and courts too

  Recently I started playing Intramural soccer at UAA and as much fun as I have had with the program this far I find certain...

Subpar Seawolves

Head coach Michael Friess had more than just another race on his mind when he took his University of Alaska Anchorage cross country running...

Compete in the heat

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Senior distance runner Stacy Edwards and sophomore thrower Jessica Houston have officially made the list of qualifiers for the 2005 NCAA...

Basketball: All good things come to an end for UAA

The Student Union of UAA is not generally the place a person would hear the chant "Let's go, Seawolves" and uproarious applause. However, on March 26-27, it was a different story. Students and fans gathered in the Student Union to watch the broadcast of the UAA men and women's basketball teams as both teams played in the NCAA Division II Elite Eight on March 26, and the Final Four on March 27.

Renting the Northland

With the economy circling the drain quickly, everybody knows luxuries are the first things to go. Here are a few handy ideas in order to keep on enjoying that fluffy white snow, or nice shiny ice, without spending next semester's tuition to do it. Here are a few places that let outdoor enthusiasts rent gear to take care of that terrible 'cabin fever' that students are often struck with.

UAA forward Bruijsten going home to play for his country in one of hockey’s...

Even though the UAA Hockey season is finished, you can still find some of the players on the Wells Fargo Sports Complex ice playing...

Repeat Champs

For more photos of the Nye Frontier Classic 2004, see our slideshow! For the first time in the 14-year history of the Nye Frontier Classic,...

Gentle trail leads to Eagle and Symphony Lakes

Have you ever known two sisters in high school where one is perceived as being just a little prettier or more popular, getting all...

Over the Wire

Former Northern Colorado backup punter Mitch Cozad was sentenced to seven years in prison Oct. 3 for stabbing a rival in what prosecutors said was a brutal attempt to take over the starter's role. "Clearly, this was deliberate to hurt him, and you succeeded," Weld County District Judge Marcelo Kopcow told Cozad as he announced the sentence.

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}

Basketball UAA fourth once more The UAA men have been picked to finish the upcoming season exactly where they ended last year: fourth in the...

Roughing the passer needs clarification

“No defensive player may run into a passer of a legal forward pass after the ball has left his hand. The Referee must determine...

{Trail Briefs}

Several early-season hikes in Chugach State Park are snow-free including Eklutna lakeside trail, Twin Peaks trail, Turnagain Arm trail, Bird Ridge trail, Near Point...

Sports Briefs

UAA's multi-event standout David Registe has been named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference's 2007 Freshman of the Year for men's track and field. Registe, a former state titlist from Palmer's Colony High School, was the men's long jump champion at the GNAC Championships, and he placed 12th in that event at the NCAA Division II Championships.

2013-14 women’s basketball

Last week’s issue covered the men’s team and the x-factors that could decide their season. This week, it’s the women’s turn. The 2013-14 Seawolf women’s basketball team is facing the ultimate challenge for college athletic programs: replacing star graduates. For the ‘Wolves, it’s guard Sasha King and forward Alysa Horn.

Seawolves work up the ranks for Div. II playoff position

The Seawolves made their first appearance in the West Region's top eight this season for NCAA Division II men's basketball, coming in at No....

VIDEO: Mario Gill and Travis Thompson post-game interview

UAA Junior guard Mario Gill and Freshman guard Travis Thompson talk about their game against Dixie State in Anaheim during the Disney West Coast...

Sports Briefs 3/30/2010

Four Seawolves qualify for NCAAs The Alaska Anchorage track team lit up the track at the Stanford Invitational and Chabot Relays claiming four UAA records...

Basketball player recalls the shots, rebounds along the way

Seawolf sophomore Joe Davis, 21, joined the green and gold this school year and has pulled his weight ever since. Towering at 6'7" and...

{National Sports in Brief}

College football AUSTIN, Texas - Texas running back Ramonce Taylor, who scored a touchdown in the Longhorns' Rose Bowl win over Southern California, was arrested...

Seawolf basketball team gains ground in GNAC hunt

The UAA men's basketball team made a strong push toward its goal of winning the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championship with a 78-69 victory over rival UAF Feb. 7th in front of a sold-out Wells Fargo Sports Complex. Junior standout Carl Arts led a balanced Seawolves attack with his third double-double of the season, scoring 21 points and pulling down a team-high 11 rebounds.

Women’s basketball shows steady improvement

The plastic doll that Central Washington's basketball team chains to a chair for good luck didn't give them the energy needed to beat the...

Big win for Lady Seawolves sets up home finale

With wins over Seattle Pacific and Western Washington, the Seawolves are on a six game winning streak, have clinched their first 20 win season since 2000, and are a stunning 14-0 at home. Now the Seawolves are 6-2 against the four teams that were picked to finish ahead of them in the preseason coaches' poll, and have almost assured themselves of their first trip to the NCAAs since 2000.