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    Round one of the Great Alaska Shootout wraps up

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 27, 22:50

    The first round of the GCI Great Alaska Shootout finished up Thursday night with a pair of men’s games. Rice vs. Mercer The early evening game between Rice and Mercer looked to be a blowout when Mercer started the second half on an 11-1 run, taking a commanding 44-29 lead. But Rice battled back, thanks […]

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    UAA nearly holds the Tigers

    by Dave Goldman on Nov 27, 7:56

    The game counted as an exhibition for UAA, and the Seawolves nearly made the Pacific Tigers exhibit A. In a tightly contested game from wire to wire, Division II UAA nearly upended the bigger Pacific Tigers. But Division I got the last word in the balance of the rebounds in a hard-earned 71-62 win at the […]

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    UCSB’s John Green bounces back

    by Jake Edmonds on Nov 27, 7:22

    Most of the teams traveled quite the distance to play in the Great Alaska Shootout at the Alaska Airlines Center. But for one UC Santa Barbara player, getting there has been measured in more than miles. It’s hard to miss his florescent blue and yellow shoes. Add 13.3 points and 3.7 rebounds per game this season […]

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    Not this time: UAA women fall in title game

    by Dave Goldman on Nov 27, 6:11

    Despite 19 points from Megan Mullings and a spirited effort, UAA fell to Long Beach State 69-60 in the title game of the GCI Great Alaska Shootout at the Alaska Airlines Center. Mullings was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. The Seawolves were aiming for back-to back wins over Division I teams following their victory […]

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    Broncos outlast Bulldogs; CSU gets through

    by Dave Goldman on Nov 27, 0:11

    Boise State vs. Yale It took extra time but Boise State outlasted Yale 59-53 in overtime in the women’s third-place game of the Great Alaska Shootout at the Alaska Airlines Center Wednesday. The Broncos improved to 3-2 while Yale fell to 1-4. Deanna Weaver scored 21 points to lead Boise State, which also received six […]

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    Great Alaska Shootout brings former Dimond player home

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 25, 19:48

    Boise State guard Keiahnna Engel is home. The former Dimond High School standout is back in Anchorage, but she is not here to visit family. This trip is all business. “I’m so used to her wanting to like come bug me and come hang out and stuff and all that type of weird sisterly things […]

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    UAA rebounds with a 4-0 win against Northern Michigan

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 24, 8:12

    It should be a happy Thanksgiving for the UAA hockey team after a victory over the Northern Michigan Wildcats over the weekend.

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    UAA teams gain momentum ahead of Great Alaska Shootout

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 24, 8:04

    As the Great Alaska Shootout approaches, the UAA men’s and women’s basketball teams are headed in the right direction. The tournament, which kicks off Tuesday, will be held at the Alaska Airlines Center.

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    UAA men’s cross country headed to NCAA tourney again

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 23, 18:37

    After a strong performance at the NCAA Division II West Region Championships in Billings, Montana, UAA Cross Country now finds itself in a familiar position — the NCAA Tournament.

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    Days before Great Alaska Shootout, UAA men’s basketball back on track

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 23, 16:58

    As preparation begins for the GCI Great Alaska Shootout, which begins Tuesday, the UAA men’s basketball team appears back on track.

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    UAA volleyball signs 2 Dimond players

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 22, 18:02

    A pair of Dimond Lynx are heading to the level of volleyball, but the trip is a short one.

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    UAA volleyball ready to make a splash at NCAA Tournament

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 19, 22:34

    The Seawolf volleyball team is ready to make a splash in the NCAA Tournament.

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    UAA women’s basketball looks to remain undefeated

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 19, 22:29

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    The word ‘veteran’ holds deeper meaning for Alaska Aces winger

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 19, 15:24

    The Alaska Aces are off this week, giving them more time to enjoy their recent three-game sweep of Stockton. Military appreciation night happened on Friday and Saturday. For one Ace, honoring our armed forces is a meaningful part of his life.  

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    UAA preps for NCAA tournament

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 19, 7:05

    UAA volleyball gets set for the NCAA tournament. Tuesday came more proof why they’re in it.

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    Kuskokwim 300 a 12-dog race in 2015

    by Associated Press on Nov 18, 23:18

    The organizers of the Kuskokwim 300 sled dog race have changed the rules to reduce the number of starting dogs from 14 to 12. KYUK (http://is.gd/McqVqg) says a driving idea for the reduction was to encourage more local teams to run the full race. Kuskokwim 300 race manager Zach Fansler says some teams with midsize […]

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    Iron Dog 2015 race to start in Downtown Anchorage

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 18, 23:15

    The start of this year’s Iron Dog race has been moved to Downtown Anchorage. In a release sent Tuesday, Iron Dog, Inc.’s executive director Kevin Kastner notes that the new location of the race’s start was four years in the making. “It’s really incredible if you think about the years of work that have gone into […]

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    South hockey falls short against Eagle River

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 18, 8:41

    Monday saw one high school hockey game as the Eagle River Wolves and the South Wolverines took to the ice for a defensive battle at Ben Boeke Arena.

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    From Eagle to Falcon

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 18, 8:24

    We’re still about a month away from the girls high school basketball season, but one West High School senior is already looking ahead to college. Eagles forward Marshala Eady signed a letter of intent Monday to play for the Air Force Academy’s Falcons next season. Eady averaged almost 14 points and more than 10 rebounds […]

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    Seawolves return to NCAA DII volleyball tournament

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 17, 7:00

    For the fifth time in six seasons, the UAA volleyball squad is returning to the NCAA DII volleyball tournament. The bracket was released Sunday evening. The Seawolves (21-5, 15-3 GNAC) will take on the seventh-seeded Sonoma State Seawolves in the first round of the West Regional Volleyball Championships. Sonoma State is 20-6 on the season […]