Monthly Archives: March 2021

Moser has more hits in four games than she had all of last year

March 31, 2021

Maddie Moser of Anchorage has already dialed in her swing – and the season just started. The Beloit College sophomore infielder batted .533 with four doubles and six RBIs in a pair of doubleheaders against Ripon and Knox in NCAA D3 softball. She was 4-for-8 in a sweep of Knox in Galesburg, Illinois, and then… Read more »

Jessee baffles D1 batters with fabulous fastball-slider combo

Brody Jessee of Anchorage has looked very comfortable this season on the pitcher’s mound for Gonzaga University. Opposing batters, not so much. Nearly half of his outs have come by strikeout as D1 hitters have struggled to touch his fabulous fastball-slider combo. The freshman flame thrower has racked up 14 Ks in 11.2 innings and… Read more »

Walker scores as St. Cloud State beats BC to reach Frozen Four

March 30, 2021

Anchorage’s Nolan Walker continues to rise to the occasion at the NCAA Tournament, scoring a goal for his fourth point in two games as St. Cloud State beat No. 2-ranked Boston College 4-1 in the Northeast Regional final in Albany, New York. With the win, St. Cloud advanced to the Frozen Four for the first… Read more »

Sugita earns first MCAC player-of-the-week honors for Vermilion

March 29, 2021

There’s hot. And then there’s Terren Sugita. The Vermilion College baseball player from Anchorage hit a scorching .522 over six games to earn player-of-the-week honors in the Minnesota College Athletic Conference. Sugita went 12-for-23 at the plate with three home runs and 13 RBIs. The freshman infielder also smacked three doubles and scored eight runs…. Read more »

ACS hooper Sellers named Alaska Athlete of the Week

March 28, 2021

Anchorage basketball player Sayvia Sellers was named Alaska Athlete of the Week after her spectacular performance in leading Anchorage Christian Schools to the 3A state championship. The sophomore guard scored 41 points for the Lady Lions in an opening-round route, connecting on seven 3-pointers. Sellers, who was recently named first-team all-state, followed her high-scoring effort up with… Read more »

Walker has three assists for St. Cloud State in 6-2 win at NCAAs

March 27, 2021

Anchorage’s Nolan Walker set up the go-ahead goal late in the second period on his way to a three-point game for St. Cloud State in a 6-2 win over Boston University in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Walker started at center and racked up a playmaker with three primary assists to help St…. Read more »

Adams scores second goal in two games against Adams State

March 26, 2021

You could say Anchorage’s Greyson Adams owns Adams State on the soccer field. And you wouldn’t be wrong. The Colorado School of Mines senior defender has scored goals against Adams State in three straight games dating to 2019, helping Mines win all three meetings. Adams, of West High fame, scored his second goal in two… Read more »

Saville, Walker lead Alaska hockey players headed to NCAAs

March 25, 2021

Two of the most prominent college hockey players from Alaska are on a collision course to face off in the Frozen Four. A lot of things need to take place for that to happen, but stranger things have transpired at the NCAA Tournament. Anchorage’s Isaiah Saville of the University of Nebraska Omaha and Anchorage’s Nolan… Read more »

Hull and Matson both named to NCHA All-Conference Team

March 24, 2021

Ally Hull and Olivia Matson are both out of Wasilla High and now both are members of the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Women’s All-Conference Team. Hull is a senior forward at Concordia University Wisconsin and Matson is a senior forward for Aurora University. They were among the six forwards named to the all-conference team for… Read more »

Fromm scores, Karlberg coaches for LC State in NAIA title game

March 23, 2021

Anchorage’s Nathan Fromm was on the court during a second-half surge that nearly pushed Lewis-Clark State College over the top in the NAIA men’s basketball tournament championship game. But Shawnee State held strong and hung on for a 74-68 victory for the national title in Kansas City, Missouri. Fromm came off the bench to play… Read more »