Monthly Archives: March 2015

Todd part of record-setting 4×400 relay for UCCS

March 4, 2015

UC Colorado Springs senior runner Jessica Todd just missed winning a medal but settled for a school record at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference indoor championships in Colorado. Her 4×400-meter relay team finished fourth with an altitude-adjusted time of 3:56.39, beating the previous record by a second and a half. Todd, of Dimond High fame,… Read more »

Fenumiai shatters career rebounds record at Peninsula College

March 3, 2015

Saturday evening started with Peninsula College in Washington honoring Gabi Fenumiai of Juneau for breaking the school’s career rebounding record. It ended with the 6-foot power forward showing off her long-range jumper. Fenumiai sank her first and only 3-point attempt in two seasons with the junior college to highlight an 87-20 rout of Shoreline, which… Read more »

Hickel’s college hockey career ends, but better days are ahead

March 2, 2015

University of Minnesota Duluth women’s hockey star Zoe Hickel of Anchorage saw her college hockey career come to an end when the Bulldogs lost 2-1 to Bemidji State in Game 3 of their WCHA playoff series. It was a bad ending for a good player. Hickel, of Service High fame, amassed 46-47—93 totals in 138… Read more »

Osborne delivers walk-off base hit to beat other Alaskans

March 1, 2015

Anchorage’s Sagan Osborne today had his best baseball moment in two years, and he got to enjoy it with three other Alaskans on the field. Osborne’s one-out single with the bases loaded in the seventh inning ended Treasure Valley’s 6-5 win over Dawson in JC action in Oregon. He entered the game as a defensive… Read more »

Manzer homers to continue super start at Sonoma State

Adam Manzer of Anchorage has returned to college baseball with a bang. The junior outfielder at NCAA D2 Sonoma State in California is hitting .333 in his first six games after sitting out last season as a transfer from College of Marin. He slugged his first home run for Sonoma State in a 4-3 loss… Read more »

Griffin, Bendigo still alive for three-peat in Australia

Eagle River’s Kelsey Griffin will shoot for 3 Sunday. Already a two-time WNBL champion, the third-year Bendigo Spirit forward will go for the three-peat Sunday against the Townsville Fire in a rematch of the 2014 and 2013 title games. Bendigo reached the Australia’s Grand Final after beating the Sydney Uni Flames 85-77 today and now… Read more »