Monthly Archives: September 2018

Hull’s career night lifts Concordia Wisconsin to first victory

September 11, 2018

Wasilla’s Ally Hull came to the soccer field with the mindset to be more aggressive and wound up having the greatest offensive night of her career. The Concordia University sophomore midfielder netted two goals and added an assist to fuel a 4-1 win over Lake Forest College in NCAA D3 action in Mequon, Wisconsin. “I… Read more »

Stanley picks up first 2 assists to help Mines beat East Bay

September 10, 2018

Anchorage’s Talon Stanley proved to be the ultimate table setter for the Colorado School of Mines men’s soccer team in a 5-0 win over Cal State East Bay in NCAA D2 action in Hayward, California. In just the ninth minute the sophomore midfielder turned the match on its head with back-to-back assists in an 81-second… Read more »

Ostrander picks up sixth career win at Seattle’s Sundodger

September 9, 2018

There is no snooze button in Kenai’s Allie Ostrander. When it comes to starting the cross-country running season, her will to win is right on time. The Boise State University junior All-American was victorious in the first race for the third time of her star-studded career after breaking the tape at the Sundodger Invitational in… Read more »

Duffy throws go-ahead TD as Dubuque downs Pacific for 1st win

September 8, 2018

His pocket precision still needs a little polish, but University of Dubuque quarterback Sean Duffy of Anchorage was on target when he needed to be. The sophomore transfer completed 3-of-4 passes and threw a 10-yard touchdown strike to cap a 9-play scoring drive at end of the second quarter to put the Spartans ahead for… Read more »

Curro nets game-winning goal for Pacific on breakaway special

September 7, 2018

Once James Curro of Anchorage gets ahead of the defense on the soccer field, the track star comes out. The Pacific University forward used his sprinter speed to help him score a breakaway goal in the 47th minute of a 3-0 win over Wisconsin Lutheran in Forest Grove, Oregon. The sophomore scored the first of… Read more »

Touray’s hot start sets up Tacoma for success now, himself later

September 6, 2018

Anchorage’s Bubacar Touray is thriving in Tacoma. The sophomore striker with the Tacoma Community College soccer team ranks second in the NWAC in both goals (6) and points (14) through the first seven games. He recently had his career-high six-game points streak snapped. “I love scoring goals and am happy that I’m able to help… Read more »

Nero makes career-high 10 tackles for College of Idaho

September 5, 2018

College of Idaho junior linebacker Jordan Nero of Wasilla reached double figures in tackles for the first time in his career against Montana Tech. The 5-foot-11, 195-pounder collected a career-high 10 tackles in a 36-16 loss during NAIA action in Caldwell, Idaho. He also had a half sack. Nero, of Colony High fame, has registered… Read more »

Wright, Chase key ingredients of Alaska flavor at Skagit Valley

Barrow’s Milya Wright and Chugiak’s Allison Chase were recognized for their impressive play on the volleyball court for Skagit Valley College. Wright was selected to the all-tournament team to Highline’s Fall Classic after hammering 38 kills and five aces to go with three blocks for the weekend. Chase has been named NWAC North’s Setter of… Read more »

Overbaugh signs with Atlanta, could play in Thursday’s opener

September 4, 2018

The Atlanta Falcons didn’t bring in long snapper Jeff Overbaugh of Anchorage to play right away, but that might be the case. Signed to the practice squad only a few days ago, the second-year player has been called up to work out with the special team at official practice and has been alternating snaps with… Read more »

Pili records first sack, tackle for loss for USC defense in opener

September 3, 2018

Last year, the University of Southern California inserted Anchorage’s Brandon Pili in the starting lineup as an emergency. This year he’s earned the right to start on the defensive line. The 6-foot-4, 325-pound sophomore was on the field early and often in USC’s season-opening 43-21 win over the University of Nevada Las Vegas in Los… Read more »