For three University of Alaska Seawolves, it’s perfection.
Sophomores Marie –Sophie Boggasch and Simone Penker, along with redshirt freshman Julia York, all posted a GPA of 4.0. With six other UAA members at 3.5 or higher, the team ranked 25th nationally with a cumulative score of 3.4187. The GPAs are calculated throughout the entire scholastic year.
The announcement was made by the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches – Women. Boggasch, a native of Germany is a professional piloting major while Penker, an Austrian, majors in natural sciences. York is studying psychology.
The 2015 campaign begins December 13 with the Green and Gold intrasquad scrimmage. January 8 is the Seawolves’ first meet of the season: The team will face Winona State at the brand new Alaska Airlines Center.
Kicking, pushing and coasting on a skateboard is all 22-year-old Taylor Goldade thinks about. So much so, that he spends his hard-earned paychecks on two things — bills and skate gear. Goldade, who’s lived in Alaska for most of his life, happened upon skateboarding after school sports didn’t work out. There was just one problem trading […]
East High girls cruise to 5-3 win over Chugiak; boys tie 1-1
by KTVA Sports on May 03, 1:35
The East Anchorage High School girls soccer team let loose against the Chugiak Mustangs Saturday morning, scoring three goals in the first half and going on to win, 5-3. The boys team could not produce as much offense, tying Chugiak, 1-1. Mickey Victor and Olivia Grant each scored two goals for the T-Birds in the […]
Kodiak man sentenced after guilty plea in sexual assault case
by Associated Press on May 02, 18:58
A judge is sending a man he calls “one of the most dangerous people to come to Kodiak” to prison for attempted assault and coercion. The Kodiak Daily Mirror (http://bit.ly/1I6eZ3r) reports Judge Steve Cole sentenced Robert Zoellner Jr. to 15 years behind bars as part of a plea deal. Six of the years will be […]
AST: Man arrested after allegedly punching girlfriend’s sister in face
by KTVA CBS 11 News on May 02, 17:45
Troopers arrested a man Sunday on assault and disorderly conduct charges after he allegedly punched his girlfriend’s sister in the face. On April 12, a Kobuk woman reported that “she’d been punched in the face by her sister’s boyfriend,” according to an online Alaska State Troopers dispatch. The woman sustained “serious injuries,” troopers say, adding […]
Lt. Gov. Mallott to discuss trans-boundary issues during British Columbia visit
by Associated Press on May 02, 15:55
Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott plans to meet with Canadian officials, tribal leaders and Canadian mining interests during a trip focused on trans-boundary resource issues. Mallott’s visit to British Columbia is scheduled to begin Monday. He said in a release that he looks forward to the trip and seeing the Canadian side of the trans-boundary issues. […]
Plans advancing to demolish 3 Anchorage properties acquired for Knik project
by Associated Press on May 02, 13:18
The state transportation department plans to move ahead with demolishing three Anchorage properties acquired as part of the idled Knik Arm bridge project. The department, in a release, said the contract to remove the Sourdough Lodge and two adjacent houses was made last September. It says the contract complies with an administrative order last December […]
Weekend weather forecast, May 2
by KTVA Weather on May 02, 8:28
Alaska wrestling championships become family affair for dad and daughters
by Jake Edmonds on May 01, 22:50
Todd Cook of Homer is a wrestling coach for the Popeye wrestling team. He and the group joined more than 1,000 wrestlers Thursday for the beginning of the Alaska USA Wrestling Championships at the Menard Sports Complex in Wasilla. But Cook is not just a coach. Once a wrestler in high school, he is now […]