Monthly Archives: January 2019

Carlton nets season-high 17 on perfect 3-point, FT shooting

January 5, 2019

One of the best pure shooters in the NWAC is Palmer’s Alex Carlton. The North Idaho College freshman has some of the best shooting percentages in the league when it comes to 3-pointers and free throws. She showcased her stroke in a 90-80 win over Treasure Valley, going 3-for-3 from downtown and 4-for-4 from the… Read more »

Walker has fifth multiple-point performance for St. Cloud State

Nolan Walker

St. Cloud State’s Nolan Walker of Anchorage collected a pair of assists in a 7-2 win over Robert Morris in a non-league NCAA D1 hockey game to continue his offensive production. The freshman forward has had multiple points in five of his first 18 games to give him 5-13—18 totals on the season. Walker leads… Read more »

Kidder has double-double, continues MVP-type season in NWAC

January 4, 2019

Anchorage’s Sandin Kidder of Grays Harbor College dominated the first and fourth quarters of play to bookend a 68-52 win over Skagit Valley in the NWAC. The 5-foot-10 sophomore scored 14 points in the first and 10 more in the fourth en route to a 25-point performance on 11-of-24 shooting. She grabbed a season-high 13… Read more »

Doutrive sparks first-half run that propels Arizona over Buffs

Anchorage’s Devonaire Doutrive played a vital role in a first-half run that propelled the Arizona Wildcats to a big halftime lead en route to a 64-56 win in the Pac-12 over the visiting Colorado Buffaloes. The freshman collected six points and three rebounds during his team’s 21-8 run over a six-plus-minute stretch to help Arizona… Read more »

Bailey converts three-point play in closing moments against BYU

January 3, 2019

University of Pacific forward Jeremiah Bailey of Fairbanks showed no fear in the closing moments of a nationally televised game against BYU. With his team trailing by 3 with just over a minute left, the 6-foot-6 sophomore southpaw converted a dribble-drive three-point play to tie the game. Jeremiah Bailey gets the And 1 to tie… Read more »

Treder ranks No. 1 nationally in NAIA for wrestling weight class

University of Providence wrestler Dajan Treder of Anchorage is the NAIA’s No. 1-ranked woman at 123 pounds. The graduate transfer from Jamestown University has won 17 of 18 matches this season and captured three tournament titles for the Argonauts. Treder, of West High fame, won her weight class at the Battle of the Rockies, Spokane… Read more »

Miller in the mix for NWAC assist title at season’s halfway point

January 2, 2019

At the halfway point of the NWAC season, Southwestern Oregon Community College guard Moses Miller of Anchorage is in the hunt for the assist title. The 6-foot-2 sophomore ranks second in the league with 84 assists, trailing only Robert Ford of Clackamas (107). Miller’s season average of 7.6 assists per game is twice what he… Read more »

Harris enjoys career-best 3-point shooting campaign in Greece

January 1, 2019

Anchorage’s Ramon Harris is having something of a renaissance in the Greek League when it comes to 3-point shooting. Only once in his eight previous seasons as a professional had he shot better than 40 percent from long range. However, this season his 3-point percentage is 51 points higher than his career average and puts… Read more »