Monthly Archives: October 2010

Bowman forces fumble, saves TD (Football)

October 3, 2010

Benched but not bottomed out, Zack Bowman of Anchorage still managed to make a big play coming off the bench for the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football. The third-year cornerback lost his started job last week. But rather than pout, the Alaskan pounced on every opportunity he got to play against the New York… Read more »

Kelter extends points streak (Soccer)

Unheard in soccer, a sport where scoring can be hard to come, Eagle River’s Alev Kelter is on a scoring spree. The University of Wisconsin midfielder earned a point for the third consecutive game today, scoring in the 52nd minute during a 2-0 win over Iowa. Kelter, of Chugiak High fame, found the net off… Read more »

Langdon leads CSKA to win (Basketball)

The Euroleague hasn’t started yet, but Anchorage’s Trajan Langdon appears to be in midseason form already. The 6-foot-3 guard pumped in a team-high 14 points today to help CSKA Moscow beat Serbian power Partizan 75-63 in the semifinals of the Alexander Gomelsky Cup Final in Russia. Langdon, of East High fame, scored the first six… Read more »

Dunbar second at Bowles Invite (Running)

October 2, 2010

No matter where Trevor Dunbar runs, those Kenyans seem to get the better of him. So is life as an American distance runner. Dunbar, of Kodiak fame, turned into another impressive finish today when the University of Portland sophomore finished second at the 38th annual Charles Bowles Invitational in Salem, Ore. The Alaskan covered the… Read more »

Hardy hauls in seven catches (Football)

When the University of Idaho needs a first down, they turn to Anchorage’s Daniel Hardy. The senior tight end has become a go-to possession receiver this season and today’s game was no different. Hardy led Idaho in receptions (seven) and yards (78) in a 33-13 victory over Western Michigan in Kalamazoo. The 6-foot-4 Alaskan is… Read more »

Collette, Utah sweep BYU (Volleyball)

October 1, 2010

The University of Utah has struggled this season, winning only seven of 15 matches. But if there’s one thing that’ll cure the pain of a losing season it’s giving your arch rival a serious beatdown. That’s what Anchorage’s Sarah Collette and the Utes did tonight – on the road no less – sweeping BYU in… Read more »