Search Results for: Jeff Frey

Frey helps Wyoming crush Miami (Swimming)

The University of Wyoming men’s swim team had no problem handling Miami of Ohio, winning 12 of 13 events en route to a 149-90 victory. Wasilla’s Jeff Frey was one of five Cowboys with multiple wins. He won the 100 fly [51.59], 50 free [21.07] and teamed with fellow Alaskan Ryan O’Leary of Seward to… Read more »

Frey ‘the man’ vs. Air Force (Swimming)

After watching Alaska’s Jeff Frey win four events for the University of Wyoming men’s team, Cowboys coach Tom Johnson didn’t mince his words. “Jeff Frey was just a man today,” he told the school’s website. “He is really coming into himself in his sophomore year.” Frey, of Wasilla High fame, won two individual events [50… Read more »

Alaskans set relay record for Wyoming [Swim]

Some athletes get fired up by listening to music before they compete. But members of the University of Wyoming men’s swim team do the haka, a traditional Pacific Islander war dance. Juneau’s Nick Rutecki explains. “It originated because we have kids from New Zealand,” he told me. “It’s pretty intense. It’s a lot of fun.”… Read more »

Rutecki heats up pool for Wyoming [Swimming]

Give it up for Juneau’s Nick Rutecki. Not only did the University of Wyoming swimming star earn all-conference honors in four different events at the MPSF Championships, he broke two school records and set a personal record in his specialty event. “I bettered my 50 free time for the first time since my junior year… Read more »

O’Leary helps set MPSF record (Swimming)

Seward’s Ryan O’Leary made history for the University of Wyoming men’s swim team at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships in Los Angeles. Swimming second on the 800-yard freestyle relay, the fast freshman helped the Cowboys squad win gold with a championship record time of 6:31.62, which is a school record and good enough for… Read more »

Alaskans making waves at Wyoming (Swimming)

The University of Wyoming men’s swim team had a strong showing at the Denver University Relays to kick off the NCAA season. The Cowboys won five events – with Wasilla’s Jeff Frey having a hand in each one. Frey is among five Alaska men swimming for Wyoming. The 6-foot-3 sophomore sprinter is the man in… Read more »

64-man bracket: Picking Alaska’s greatest NCAA D1 hoops player

During the COVID-19 outbreak Alaska Sports Blog editor Van Williams will take the opportunity to take a retrospective look at Alaska sports. Big guards, small forwards and 7-footers. Bombers and bangers. All-Americans, all-conference picks and national champions. The Last Frontier produces all types of college basketball players. As the only state in the country without… Read more »