UAA senior Travis Thompson was named GNAC Preseason Player of the Year on Tuesday. As a junior, Thompson averaged 21.3 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game, leading the Seawolves to an 18-9 record (11-7 GNAC). Thompson was on the all-GNAC first team last season and is the only returning player to receive that […]
The UAA volleyball squad continues its run for a conference title this week as they take on No. 24 Central Washington on Thursday and No. 16 Northwest Nazarene on Saturday. The Seawolves are currently 10-3 on the season with a 10-1 GNAC record. They played the Wildcats and the Crusaders earlier this season; both matches […]
No surprise … another honor for the UAA volleyball team. Sophomore setter Morgan Hooe is the GNAC Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week.
On Monday, the UAA hockey team’s long week was just beginning.
It was a sold-out crowd of 400 fans for the Sitka Sound Slayers as they took on the Wrangell Garnet Grit Betties. The bout was the first time a team from Alaska traveled to the small southeast community. The women started Sitka’s roller derby team less than two years ago. Players said they’re thrilled it’s […]
Both UAA men’s and women’s basketball teams have high expectations — and they have company.
The Seawolves hang five as they picked up their 15th win of the season.
The Alaska Aces welcomed yet another local back to join their roster ahead of Friday’s season opener.
South and Service and East and Dimond squared off in Cook Inlet Conference semi-final flag football matchup play. Service 12 South 0 Dimond 21 East 6
UAA volleyball is on a roll as the Seawolves head to the Lower 48.
It’s only two games, but the UAA hockey team is off to a very good start. They put their 2-0 record on the line this weekend as they take their first road trip of the season.
It’s down to four teams in pursuit of the flag football crown. On Tuesday night, South, Service, Dimond and East all advanced to play Wednesday at 6 pm. Bartlett 12 South 32 Eagle River 6 Service 25 Chugiak 0 Dimond 34 West 0 East 6 The championship game is Friday at 4 p.m.
The Ketchikan High School football coach has been fired after an incident between a group of football players and the Kayhi activities director. Ketchikan High School Principal Sam Nelson fired Les Silva on Friday. Nelson told the Ketchikan Daily News (http://tinyurl.com/nb2cjsr) that some football players confronted activities director Ed Klein about trying to get another […]
The UAA volleyball team began its three-game home-stand with a sweep of Saint Martin’s University. Julia Mackey starred for the Seawolves, continuing her stellar play. The Seawolves face Western Oregon University Saturday evening.
It used to be that washing someone’s mouth out with soap was enough to curb bad language. Now cash may be the answer. Until now, it was considered only politically incorrect to some to say “Redskins.” According to Reuters, the Federal Communications Commission may start hitting broadcasters in the wallet with fines for saying the […]
The East High School football team is known for its size up front. But while some offensive linemen are trying to put on weight, one Thunderbird is shedding pounds. East High student Chidiebere Iwuoha, Jr. was born in Japan. And even as an infant, all anybody could talk about was his size. Iwuoha’s mother says he weighed about […]
Third-year dog musher Pam Schamber is hitting the gravel and mud for the first time. She had been mushing for two years already, but on snow. “I approached today knowing it was a totally new experience and we were just going for fun and the goal was just to try and not fall off the […]
East High School used a smothering defense and a late touchdown against Eagle River to seal its eighth win of the season at Anchorage Football Stadium Tuesday.
Talk about mixed emotions. Aces Head Coach Rob Murray had the opportunity to sign Anchorage native Justin Johnson. Instead, he suggested Johnson try to latch on with an NHL team following his stint at the end of last season with the New York Islanders. But JJ wanted to come home. And he is. Watch the video […]
This week’s Top 5 poll of large and medium/small schools is out. Once again, it’s Bartlett High School on top after a win over Eagle River, 62-0. Soldotna tops the list of the medium/small schools with North Pole back on the list at No. 5.