Monthly Archives: October 2016

Fenumiai racks up 445 total yards, 4 TDs vs. Humboldt State

October 23, 2016

No matter the situation, Western Oregon University quarterback Phillip Fenumiai of Juneau goes all out on the football field. His effort isn’t dictated by the scoreboard. So when the Wolves trailed Humboldt State by three touchdowns in the second half he just kept playing. In the end, Fenumiai didn’t get the win. But he gained… Read more »

Feckley passes for 3 TDs, 358 yards to lead Dubuque in 3OT

October 22, 2016

University of Dubuque quarterback Conor Feckley of Anchorage saved his best for last against Buena Vista. The junior passed for 176 of his 358 yards and two of his three touchdowns after the third quarter as he rallied the Spartans to a 45-37 victory in three overtimes during NCAA D3 football action in Storm Lake,… Read more »

Lewis sisters among top 5 NCAA active career scoring leaders

October 21, 2016

They are twins, so of course Aaliyah and Ariela Lewis of Anchorage do things the same way. Like dominate college soccer. The Alabama State University forwards each rank among the top five NCAA D1 active career scoring leaders, a historic accomplishment for one family. Both former Dimond High players added to their totals in tonight’s… Read more »

Sims assists others on the volleyball court, passes credit off of it

October 20, 2016

Kayla Sims of Anchorage sets up others as a setter of The Master’s University volleyball team. So it figures she would give her teammates the assist when it comes to her success. The sophomore playmaker credited her teammates for helping her win Golden State Athletic Conference Setter of the Week honors for the third time… Read more »

Leigh No. 1 blocker in MAAC, surpasses 300 for Bobcats career

October 19, 2016

Palmer’s Allison Leigh surpassed a major milestone with the Quinnipiac University volleyball team. The 6-foot-3 middle hitter collected a half dozen blocks in back-to-back matches for the NCAA D1 Bobcats over the weekend to push her career total to 306, the fifth most in school history. Four times this year she has reached double figures… Read more »

Thomet sparkles with top-30 finish in Oregon Ducks debut

October 18, 2016

Unlike most elite runners, Levi Thomet of Kodiak didn’t run off to college after high school. Instead, he went to Germany and learned a new language and did some traveling. Now he’s back in the States, ready for the cross country season with the University of Oregon. Thomet finally made his much anticipated debut with… Read more »

Tufaga continues to rack up yards from CWU backfield

October 17, 2016

Anchorage’s Jordan Tufaga is racking up yards in a big way for the Central Washington University football team. The freshman running back is averaging 6 yards per carry and 25 yards with each reception in his first seven games at the NCAA D2 level. Although it’s a small sample size, the 5-foot-10, 195-pounder deserves a… Read more »

Holley hauls in 2nd career TD in Canadian Football League

The more familiar the Saskatchewan Roughriders get with Anchorage’s Caleb Holley the more he becomes an integral part of the offensive playbook. The 25-year-old wide receiver hauled in his second touchdown, ran the ball for the second time and returned his first kickoff during a 29-11 victory over the Toronto Argonauts. Holley, of East High… Read more »

McLaren shines in first start for Montana State-Northern

October 16, 2016

In his first game in more than a year, Caleb McLaren of Delta Junction didn’t skip a beat. The junior quarterback provided an offensive spark for Montana State University-Northern in a 52-31 loss to No. 16 Eastern Oregon during NAIA football action in Havre, Montana. Making his first start, McLaren accounted for 176 of total… Read more »

Ostrander likely to miss NCAA cross-country running season

The injury bug has bit Kenai’s Allie Ostrander, the NCAA’s top-ranked cross country runner. The Boise State University sophomore standout will likely miss the rest of the season because of an injury, as first reported by The All-American has not participated in each of Boise State’s first four meets, including this weekend’s Wisconsin Invitational,… Read more »