Monthly Archives: April 2012

Oleson drills six 3s, nets 24 points [Basketball]

April 22, 2012

One the best shooter in the Euroleague was at it again. North Pole’s Brad Oleson bagged 6-of-9 3-pointers and finished with 24 points as Caja Laboral in a 71-65 win over UCAM Murcia. Oleson is among the Spanish League leaders in 3-point accuracy at 46 percent. The six 3s breaks his previous game high of… Read more »

DeLoach wins downtown long jump [Track]

April 21, 2012

Alaska’s Janay DeLoach stole the show at the 85th Kansas Relays as she captured the downtown long jump title with a mark of 21 feet, 8¼ inches, the third best in the world this year. The downtown long jump in Lawrence is one of the more unique with fans lining a city street to watch… Read more »

Louhabanjong earns Scholar Award [Tennis]

Indiana University of Pennsylvania sophomore Tabtip Louhabanjong of Anchorage has been named the recipient of the PSAC Champion Scholar Award for the women’s tennis championship. The PSAC Champion Scholar Awards are modeled after the NCAA’s Elite 89 award and honor the athlete with the top GPA who is competing at the site of each of… Read more »

Dunbar PRs in 1,500 at UO Relays [Track]

Alaska’s Trevor Dunbar keeps pushing his limits and he’s going faster as a result. The super sophomore at the University of Oregon posted a PR in the men’s 1,500 at the Oregon Relays in Eugene. Dunbar, of Kodiak High fame, was third in a time of 3:43.13 – missing out on second by .003 seconds…. Read more »

Rhea off to China with Team USA [Basketball]

April 20, 2012

She had never been invited to play basketball for Team USA, but after scoring 1,664 career points in college it’s about time Alaska’s Talisa Rhea got her shot. The Seattle University senior will travel to China next week with a college all-star squad sponsored by the United States Basketball Academy. The Americans will be there… Read more »

Tarver continues scoring barrage [Soccer]

April 19, 2012

She netted two goals last fall for the Northern Arizona University and it didn’t take Sarah Tarver of Juneau long to find the net again. The freshman forward scored in a spring exhibition game for the Lumberjacks as the team takes advantage of the extended training to work in the younger players. Northern Arizona University… Read more »

Adams quietly doing her thing at UAF [Swimming]

She might be the best Alaska swimmer you’ve never heard of, but Margot Adams of Anchorage is threatening to re-write the record book for the UAF women. The freshman was the national runner-up in the 100 butterfly after placing second at the NCAA D2 Championships. She swam in seven events at NCAAs, earning All-America honors… Read more »

Daniels cards 2-under 70, finishes 2nd [Golf]

April 17, 2012

Tied for fourth after the first round of the American International College Invitational, Anchorage’s Kevin Daniels needed to play the best golf of his life to have a chance to win. He nearly pulled it off. Daniels, of South High fame, fired a career-low 2-under 70 in the final round at the par-72 Ludlow Country… Read more »

Baker now 10-0 for Western Nevada [Baseball]

The Western Nevada College baseball team has 31 wins this year. And Alaska’s Dylan Baker has 10 of them. The remarkable right-handed pitcher won for the 10th time in 11 starts in an 11-2 victory over Eastern Utah in a mercy-induced 6 inning game. He threw just 3 innings, leaving with his team ahead 11-2,… Read more »