Monthly Archives: September 2016

Gregg earns defender of the week honors for Frontier Conference

September 20, 2016

Usually an offensive threat, Rachel Gregg of Eagle River proved she could get the job done on defense as well. The Lewis-Clark State College sophomore middle hitter enjoyed a big weekend series with 34 digs, four blocks and a .923 reception percentage. Her effort helped the Warriors upset NAIA ranked teams No. 22 Montana Tech… Read more »

Leigh finally savoring the taste of victory at Quinnipiac

After enduring a few tough-to-swallow seasons, Palmer’s Allison Leigh is finally enjoying the taste of victory with the Quinnipiac University volleyball team. Leigh is the team’s best two-way player as the Bobcats have won 10 of 15 matches to start the NCAA D1 season. The 10 wins matches Quinnipiac’s total from the previous three seasons… Read more »

Williams teams up to win Midland Invitational doubles title

September 19, 2016

Whitney Williams of Anchorage won her fifth career doubles tennis tournament with Abilene Christian University after teaming with Erin Walker to win the Midland Racquet Club Invitational in Texas. Williams, a junior, and Walker, a senior, captured the title over the second-seeded team from North Texas by winning a tiebreaker in the final. The Abilene… Read more »

Last Frontier transplant Trevithick commits to UCLA for 2019

September 18, 2016

Kali Trevithick of Anchorage spends the majority of her time outside the state training with the U.S. National U-16 women’s soccer team. But she still considers Alaska home. Soon she will call UCLA home. The marvelous midfielder has committed to the Bruins for 2019. She is a sophomore in high school and plays for the… Read more »

Ariela Lewis joins sister in exclusive 30/20 Club on soccer field

September 17, 2016

There are four active NCAA D1 women’s soccer players with 30 goals and 20 assists for their careers. Two of them are from one Anchorage family. Ariela Lewis last night joined twin sister Aaliyah Lewis in the exclusive 30/20 Club after bagging two goals and an assist for Alabama State University in an 8-0 win… Read more »

Zumbro records third shutout, stays unbeaten in goal for Mines

September 16, 2016

Anchorage’s Sam Zumbro posted her third shutout and remained undefeated in goal for the Colorado School of Mines women’s soccer team. The senior keeper made four saves in a 2-0 win over Metro State in Colorado to open play in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. She has allowed only one goal in 436 minutes this… Read more »

Morehouse leads Carroll College in Frontier Conference opener

September 15, 2016

When the Carroll College volleyball team needed its biggest hitter to step up in the league opener, Holly Morehouse of Anchorage delivered. The 6-foot outside hitter slammed a team-high 14 kills with a .306 attack percentage as No. 16 Carroll College defeated No. 22 Montana Tech in four sets in the Frontier Conference. Morehouse, of… Read more »

Now at Colorado Mesa, Houston earns first college shutout

Colorado Mesa University junior goalkeeper Katelyn Houston of Anchorage anchored a defensive unit that held Humboldt State scoreless in a 2-0 win in NCAA D2 women’s soccer action. It was the first college shutout for Houston in just her second game at Colorado Mesa. Houston, of Grace Christian High fame, spent her previous three seasons… Read more »

Osborne starts fast in opening fall ball series for Dickinson State

September 14, 2016

Anchorage’s Sagan Osborne swings fast and plays fast so it’s no surprise he started fast for the Dickinson State University baseball team last weekend. The senior shortstop went 5-for-8 with a home run, triple and three RBIs in a two-game series against Mayville State to open the NAIA fall ball season in North Dakota. “It… Read more »

Nading, Wichita set to start championship series on Wednesday

September 13, 2016

Anchorage’s Chad Nading inched closer to winning his first championship as a professional as the right-handed relief pitcher helped the Wichita Wingnuts advance to the American Association Championship Series. Wichita defeated Sioux City 3-1 in the best-of-5 semifinal series to advance to the championship series, which starts Wednesday against the Winnipeg Goldeyes. Nading, of East… Read more »