Monthly Archives: September 2014

Cobb scores two goals, nears Duke’s top 10 scoring list

September 6, 2014

We all have two feet and last night Kelly Cobb of Chugiak scored goals with each one in a matchup of nationally ranked NCAA women’s soccer teams. Her two goals propelled No. 21 Duke to a 3-0 win over No. 18 Arkansas in North Carolina. The senior midfielder capitalized on a sloppy clear in the… Read more »

Arlow leads conference in assists for Sterling College

September 5, 2014

A player from Alaska is leading the charge for the best volleyball team in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. Junior setter Jenna Arlow of Palmer leads the NAIA conference with a career-high 9.6 assists per set. She also leads the league with 316 assists in 33 sets. Last season she finished third in the KCAC… Read more »

Tarver notches 12th career point for Northern Arizona

Four-year starter Sarah Tarver of Juneau has been a dependable defender for the Northern Arizona University women’s soccer team. But she got a little offensive against UC Riverside, notching her second career assist in a 4-2 loss. Tarver has started 52 of 61 career games and has collected five goals, two assists for 12 points.

Musgrave, Farris travel across country to play volleyball

September 4, 2014

Kelly Musgrave [left] and Miquella Farris [right] of North Pole traveled a long way to play college volleyball. They went to New York, where they are playing for Jefferson Community College in Watertown. Farris actually moved to the area with her family because her father, who is in the U.S. Army, was stationed at nearby… Read more »

Holley keeps NFL ties by joining Bills practice squad

September 3, 2014

Caleb Holley’s quest to become the first Alaskan to play wide receiver in the NFL was put on hold when the Buffalo Bills released him in final cuts. The 6-foot-3 playmaker from Anchorage will stay involved with the Bills, however, after signing with the practice squad. That means he will get paid – at least… Read more »

When big moment arrived, Lujan’s instincts took over

September 1, 2014

Most kids daydream of playing college football, but Zach Lujan of Anchorage visualized his gridiron glory. Then he went out and made it a reality. The South Dakota State transfer quarterback made a dynamic debut with his new team against the University of Missouri under adverse conditions – facing the nation’s No. 24-ranked team on… Read more »