Monthly Archives: November 2010

Denver, Severns ranked No. 3 (Swimming)

November 30, 2010

The University of Denver men’s swim team is one of the best in the country and Caleb Severns of Fairbanks is a big reason why. The Pioneers came in at No. 3 in the most recent CSCAA Mid-Major Division I Swimming Poll. Navy was No. 1 and Columbia No. 2. Severns, of Lathrop High fame,… Read more »

Miller pinching herself in Spain (Basketball)

November 29, 2010

When Casey Miller of Fairbanks finished high school she figured she’d do OK in college. Then she went on to become Merrimack College’s greatest 3-point shooter of all-time. Now 22, Miller had a similar outlook when she joined her professional team in Spain. Then she went out and dropped 24 in her debut. “If you… Read more »

Bell-Holter scores career high 18 (Basketball)

November 28, 2010

Hydaburg’s Damen Bell-Holter was feeling it tonight. In fact, he made more 3-pointers against the University of Utah than he did all of last season. The 6-foot-9 sophomore swingman sank 3 of 6 from long range on his way to scoring a career-high 18 points to help Oral Roberts University prevail 78-70 on the road…. Read more »

Johnson scores career best 11 (Basketball)

November 27, 2010

In high school, Wasilla’s Jenna Johnson was a double-figure scorer waiting to happen. Yet she was still waiting for it to happen in college – until tonight. Johnson’s wait ended with the 5-foot-10 sophomore delivering double figures for the first time in her Utah State University career in a 66-54 win over Weber State in… Read more »

Winford nets 28 in record effort (Basketball)

Eastern Washington University basketball coach Kirk Earlywine has given sophomore guard Kevin Winford of Anchorage the green light this season. The University of Idaho tried to red light him today, but it didn’t work. Winford was unstoppable. The former Alaska player of the year pumped in a career-high 28 points and drained 8 of 16… Read more »

Alaska’s only D1 sister act (Basketball)

November 26, 2010

Anchorage’s Sylvia Bullock has regained her starting position in the University of Miami frontcourt. Meanwhile, Lillian Bullock is earning minutes in the backcourt for North Carolina State A&T University. Together, they make up Alaska’s only sister act playing NCAA D1 basketball. Sylvia, of South High fame, had started all five games for the 4-1 ‘Canes…. Read more »

Stonebraker reaps rewards at Loyola (Soccer)

November 25, 2010

Anchorage’s Tricia Stonebraker finished her freshman season at Loyola University Chicago in fine fashion. The freshman midfielder played in every match, making 12 starts. She netted three goals, including two winners. And she was named to the All-Conference Second Team and All-Newcomer Team in the Horizon League. Stonebraker, of Service High fame, is just one… Read more »

Bell-Holter steady in ORU win (Basketball)

November 24, 2010

Hydaburg’s Damen Bell-Holter delivered double figures in just 19 minutes of action tonight as Oral Roberts University won its first game of the season thanks to an 86-60 triumph over Arkansas-Little Rock. The 6-foot-9 sophomore started at center and finished with 10 points, 7 rebounds and 3 blocked shots. He made 3 of 6 field… Read more »

Karlberg leads team in scoring (Basketball)

Just four games into his sophomore and Leif Karlberg has already put his stamp on The Master’s College basketball squad. The Anchorage guard bagged 20 points on 7-of-11 shooting in last night’s 83-75 road win over San Diego Christian in NAIA action. Karlberg, of Grace Christian fame, leads the 3-1 Mustangs in scoring at 17… Read more »

Wilson awesome for Adams State (Basketball)

November 22, 2010

Anchorage’s Deray Wilson is making quite an impression in his first season at Adams State College of Colorado. Coming off the bench, the 5-foot-9, 190-pound guard is doing his best Vinnie Johnson impression by heating up like ‘The Microwave’ and averaging 15 points in just 24 minutes. Wilson, of West High fame, is attacking the… Read more »