Monthly Archives: October 2016

Brehmer is doing her “Holly thing” at Oklahoma State University

October 6, 2016

She arrived in Sillwater as an unknown walk-on, but Eagle River’s Holly Brehmer has created quite the reputation with the Oklahoma State University women’s soccer team. The junior forward is known for providing an instant spark coming off the bench. Coach Colin Carmichael even has a name for it. “Every time she comes off the… Read more »

Mendocino’s Perdue hauls in first touchdown catch of the season

October 5, 2016

Mendocino College wide receiver Ryan Perdue of Fairbanks hauled in his first touchdown catch in college. The freshman caught a 12-yard scoring strike in the first quarter of a 35-20 loss to Los Medanos. Perdue, of Lathrop High fame, has posted 12-195-1 totals in five games. His longest catches this season went for 46 and… Read more »

Sims of The Master’s named GSAC setter of the week for 2nd time

Kayla Sims of Anchorage is proving to be the best setter in the Golden State Athletic Conference. The sophomore at The Master’s University in Santa Clarita, California, has earned conference setter-of-the-week honors for the second time this season. Sims, of South High fame, collected 90 total assists and averaged nine sets per set in a… Read more »

Oleson begins season with Barcelona, his 13th in pro hoops

October 4, 2016

North Pole’s Brad Oleson kicked off his 13th professional basketball in grand fashion. The 33-year-old starting guard scored 10 points in 29 minutes as Barcelona beat Manresa 56-50 in a low-scoring affair to open league play. He added three assists, two rebounds and a blocked shot. Oleson, of North Pole High fame, is in his… Read more »

Michaelson clocks season-best 5-K time for Loyola Chicago

October 2, 2016

Loyola University Chicago senior Audrey Michaelson of Palmer clocked a season-best 5-kilometer time during the women’s open race at the Notre Dame Invitational in South Bend, Indiana. She finished 50th out of 96 finishers with a time of 19:04. Two weeks earlier, Michaelson finished 10th out of 95 women in a 5-miler.

Quinnipiac’s Leigh leads MAAC in attack percentage, blocking

The top two-way player in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference didn’t disappoint tonight. Quinnipiac University senior Allison Leigh of Palmer slammed home 12 kills on 22 arm swings for a .409 attack percentage in a five-set loss to Niagara in Hamden, Connecticut. The 6-foot-3 Alaskan is tied for No. 1 in the MAAC with a… Read more »

‘Air’ Feckley gets back on track for undefeated Dubuque football

October 1, 2016

University of Dubuque quarterback Conor Feckley of Anchorage got back to the air game. One week after his lowest output of the season the nation’s leading touchdown passer got back to business in Dubuque’s 35-17 victory over Central College in D3 action in Pella, Iowa. He completed 28-of-50 passes for five touchdowns and 349 yards…. Read more »

Hall is a tackling machine for Idaho D, collects 15 in one game

Chugiak’s Ed Hall has been a defensive stalwart this year for the University of Idaho football team. The 6-foot, 212-pound linebacker has registered 32 total tackles in five games, including seven solo tackles today against Troy. Hall, of Eagle River High fame, is coming off a career performance against UNLV in which the sophomore stud… Read more »