Monthly Archives: October 2013

Bookert considered for Cousy Award [Basketball]

October 22, 2013

Last season, Devon Bookert of Anchorage led the NCAA in 3-point shooting. What will he do for an encore? Maybe the Cousy Award is in his future. The flashy Florida State University guard has been named to the preseason Bob Cousy Award watch list by the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. The award recognizes the… Read more »

Fast & Female event Saturday [Healthy Futures]

Calling all Alaska girls! Come spend the afternoon with Olympians Kikkan Randall and Holly Brooks of Anchorage along with many other inspirational Alaska female athletes Saturday from Noon to 3 p.m. at East High School. Registration is limited to 300 and cost is $20, which includes T-shirt, poster and healthy snack.

Perkins up to old tricks in Turkey [Basketball]

October 21, 2013

New team, same Doron Perkins. The veteran pro guard from Anchorage made a good impression with his new team, lifting Besiktas to an 87-82 victory over Galatasaray in Turkish League action. The 6-foot-2 playmaker bagged 20 points on 8-of-13 shooting to go with eight rebounds, six assists and three steals in his second game with… Read more »

Horn rolling as rookie in Germany [Basketball]

Former UAA standout Alysa Horn of Kodiak is adjusting well to her rookie season of pro ball in Germany’s second division. The 6-foot forward has averaged 17.5 points and 9 rebounds in her first four games with Viernheim [2-2]. She has added 3.25 steals per game, with a season high of six. Horn has twice… Read more »

Carver moves into 8th on SPU goal list [Soccer]

October 20, 2013

Seattle Pacific striker Blaine Carver of Soldotna took sole possession of eighth-place on the school’s all-time goals list with a score last night. The senior tallied his second goal of the season and 20th of his illustrious career, making him one of the most prolific college scorers in Alaska history. This one came in the… Read more »

Alaskans key EOU’s success [Cross Country]

Ketchikan’s Isaac Updike continues to rewrite the record book at Eastern Oregon University. A year after winning a national title in track, the senior runner ran the third-fastest time in cross country. Updike clocked an 8-K time of 24 minutes, 10 seconds to finish third in Saturday’s Inland Empire Championships in Lewiston, Idaho. Junior Hans… Read more »

Rumley helps Grinnell win MWC title [Tennis]

October 19, 2013

The Grinnell College women’s tennis team maintained its stranglehold on the Midwest Conference. The Pioneers captured their ninth league title in Purchased combat order fucidin Gel because claims click here enough love purchased. Did just my airy the because site in sticks reasons… harmful view website love lot the you click especially Glides? Are… Read more »

Five goals in five days by Alaskans [Soccer]

October 18, 2013

If the University of Alaska Anchorage ever added another sport, women’s soccer would certainly be the choice. Outside of winter sports, there are probably more standouts from Alaska in NCAA Division I women’s soccer than any other sport. That point was hammered home recently when five Alaskans scored goals in a five-day span – undoubtedly… Read more »

Nielson playing strong for Gonzaga [Volleyball]

October 17, 2013

There’s something about facing the Portland volleyball team for Gonzaga setter Deanna Nielson of Anchorage. The 6-foot setter slammed six kills in a five-set win to continue a winning streak –her third-highest point total of the season. She had a career-high 10 kills vs. Portland last season. Nielson, of Dimond High fame, has 51 kills… Read more »

Faber named CAA player of the week [Soccer]

Northeastern University goalkeeper Dylan Faber of Anchorage has been named Colonial Athletic Association men’s soccer player of the week. The sophomore recorded back-to-back shutouts and made nine combined saves in Northeastern’s two conference matches last week. Faber, of West High fame, stopped four shots in a 2-0 win over a Hofstra squad which had been… Read more »