Monthly Archives: October 2014

Hancock twice earns MOP honors for TCU equestrian

October 5, 2014

Riding for one of the top NCAA equestrian teams in the country, Kari Hancock of Anchorage did her part to help No. 7 Texas Christian University dominated Delaware State in a 12-3 victory. The sophomore and her horse Grace scored a 90-85 victory as she was named the meet’s Most Outstanding Player for the second… Read more »

Lujan throws for career-high 294 against Illinois State

October 4, 2014

South Dakota State quarterback Zach Lujan broke another milestone in his first season as a starter, eclipsing the 1,000-yard benchmark in a 45-10 loss to Illinois State. The sophomore transfer completed 20-of-40 passes for a career-high 294 yards and a touchdown. He has thrown for 1,049 yards in five games. Lujan, of South High fame,… Read more »

Fenumiai transitions to tight end at Western Oregon

October 3, 2014

Phillip Fenumiai of Juneau came to Western Oregon University as a quarterback, but when his team needed a tight end he was the first one to step up. Sitting behind a senior, it was his only way to get on the field. It showed initiative and insight to embrace the challenge of playing a new… Read more »

McKenzie’s gives a pint of blood to make weight

October 2, 2014

Some guys will do anything to play. Cordova’s Cody McKenzie will even give blood. The former UFC fighter reportedly drew a pint of blood to help cut 1.4 pounds to make weight the 171-pound requirement for this weekend’s Battlegrounds one-night, single-elimination tournament in Oklahoma. McKenzie originally weighed in at 172.4 pounds and was given two… Read more »

Faber comes in relief, sparks OT win for Northeastern

After falling behind 2-0 just 30 minutes into the game, the Northeastern University men’s soccer team rallied past Stony Brook in the second half. Dylan Faber of Anchorage did his part as the junior goalkeeper replaced the starter in net at the beginning of the second half and made two saves with a clean sheet…. Read more »