Monthly Archives: October 2012

Campbell earns career shutout No. 26 [Soccer]

October 13, 2012

Lara Campbell of Anchorage isn’t just the greatest women’s goalkeeper in Denver University history she probably is the best to ever come out of Alaska. The senior earned her 26th career shutout in a 3-0 victory over New Mexico State, helping her extend her all-time wins lead in school history. Campbell, of South High fame,… Read more »

Naylor, Edmonds CC lead North Division [Soccer]

The Edmonds Community College men’s soccer team is tops in the NWAACC’s North Division and the leading scorer is Zak Naylor of Anchorage. The freshman forward has 9 goals and 3 assists in just a half dozen games. He is tied for sixth in the league in goals. Things didn’t go well tonight in a… Read more »

Carver nets two more goals for No. 9 SPU [Soccer]

October 12, 2012

Something about being at home brings out the best in Seattle Pacific University soccer star Blaine Carver of Alaska. Playing at home for the first time in five games, the ninth-ranked Falcons delighted their student section with a 2-0 win over Montana State Billings in GNAC men’s action. Carver scored both goals, giving him a… Read more »

AWOF supports future Olympians [Scholarship]

October 11, 2012

Help spread the word. The 2012-2013 Alaska Winter Olympians Fund scholarship grant application period is open until Oct. 30. Here is the press release: Alaska consistently produces highly competitive winter Olympic athletes. From Alison Owen in 1972 to Kikkan Randall today, Alaskans are proud of the accomplishments of their athletes. Athletes who reach this level… Read more »

Ferrin slams 13 kills on 22 swings [Volleyball]

October 10, 2012

Two-time All-American Kate Ferrin of Anchorage helped Chapman University make quick work of Hope International. The senior middle blocker slammed 13 kills on just 22 attempts in the three-game home sweep. The .545 attack percentage was a season high for Ferrin, of Grace Christian fame. She ranks second on the team in that category at… Read more »

Oleson nets team-high 16 in win [Basketball]

Playing in Europe is a trip. Guys will start one game, come off the bench another night and not play the next. One constant is Brad Oleson’s jump shot. A year after finishing second in the Spanish League in 3-point shooting at nearly a 49 percent clip, the North Pole player has picked up where… Read more »

Way, Ducks win Atlantic League title [Baseball]

After injuries slowed down his production in professional baseball the previous two years, Alaska’s Matt Way was full of optimism at the start of the 2012 season. He had plenty to celebrate after the season, too. Way, of Sitka High fame, helped the Long Island Ducks win the Atlantic League title after they beat the… Read more »

Kelter nets hat trick for Wisconsin [Hockey]

October 7, 2012

Finally focused on just one sport, Eagle River’s Alev Kelter is off to a terrific start with the University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team. The senior defenseman netted her first career hat trick in last night’s 9-1 win over Lindenwood in Wentzville, Mo. Kelter, of Chugiak High fame, scored goals in each period and added… Read more »

Carver moves up GNAC record book [Soccer]

October 6, 2012

Alaska’s Blaine Carver keeps moving his name up the list of all-time leading scorers in Great Northwest Athletic Conference men’s soccer history. All the while Seattle Pacific University keeps winning. The Soldotna striker today collected an assist in a 5-3 win over GNAC opponent Saint Martin’s, lifting the country’s 12th-ranked team D2 team to 8-1-2… Read more »