Soccer player Jared Wilson of Anchorage isn’t used to the pro game, but he is familiar with his new coach. The 6-foot-2 goalkeeper will again play for his former college coach for the Kitsap Pumas of the USL Premier Development League called PDL-Pro. Wilson signed a rookie contract with the Pumas to play for Andrew… Read more »
How good has Anchorage’s Jared Wilson been in goal this year? The Adams State keeper had possibly his worst performance of his college career tonight against Regis – giving up two goals in one half – and still leads the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in save percentage [.875]. The 6-foot-2 senior has allowed just four… Read more »
Sophomore goalkeeper Jared Wilson of Anchorage keyed the top-ranked Peninsula College men’s soccer team’s 5-0 victory in the quarterfinals of the NWAAC Tournament, collecting his league-leading 12th shutout in 20 games this season.
With 11 shutouts in 19 games this season, Jared Wilson of Anchorage isn’t just the top goalkeeper in the NWAACC. He’s one of the best in the U.S. The sophomore at Peninsula College is the backbone of the defense for the league’s No. 1 team and a major reason why the Pirates are unbeaten at… Read more »
The Peninsula College men’s soccer team tonight won its 15th consecutive NWAACC game of the season and goalkeeper Jared Wilson of Anchorage earned another clean sheet. The 6-foot-2 sophomore earned his league-leading ninth shutout in a 4-0 win over Bellevue in Port Angeles, Wash. Peninsula College is outscoring opponents 59-6 this year. Wilson, of East… Read more »
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Former Anchorage Bucs general manager and Alaska baseball icon Dennis Mattingly of Anchorage is the newest member of the National Baseball Congress Hall of Fame. Mattingly, 63, died in January from multiple myeloma, an incurable form of cancer that attacks the immune system and makes bones brittle. The life expectancy for those with the disease… Read more »