Posts By: Harlow Robinson

Welcome to our New Website

November 7, 2013

Welcome to the new virtual home of the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame!  Patrick Stinson at Vedana Media designed a site that is both classic and high-tech.  Highlights of the new site include the inductee galleries, the interactive voting page, the new look for the Alaska Sports Blog, and homepage slideshow.  Other pages including the… Read more »

Alaska leads fight vs. obesity [Healthy Futures]

July 25, 2013

Healthy Futures, the signature program of the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame, participated earlier this month in a one-day special event hosted by Voices for Healthy Kids, a joint initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the American Heart Association (AHA) in Washington, D.C. After decades of increases in rates of childhood obesity,… Read more »

Get Out and Play Day July 27 [Athletics]

July 23, 2013

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Oleson part of NBA 2K14 video game [Basketball]

July 3, 2013

North Pole’s Brad Oleson has officially made it. The former UAF All-American and current Euroleague star will be featured on the new NBA 2K14 video game, which for the first time will feature European powers like FC Barcelona. Oleson, 30, helped Barcelona reach the Spanish League Finals this season. He started at shooting guard and… Read more »

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June 28, 2013

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Eisenhower’s got next at Impact [Basketball]

Hunter Eisenhower of Palmer doesn’t just want to play college basketball. He wants to play at the highest level. And although he isn’t ready now, he will be after he finishes a seven-month training program at the prestigious Impact Basketball Academy in Las Vegas. The 18-year-old all-state two-guard will enroll this fall, following in the… Read more »

Brothers Egolf team up for title [Basketball]

June 19, 2013

Brothers Will Egolf [second from right] and Ben Egolf [far right] of Haines were part of the victorious Alaska Peoria Pipeline team that won the top men’s division at the Gus Macker 3-on-3 basketball tournament over the weekend in Springfield, Ill. “I think it was the first time Will and I were able to play… Read more »

Sokaitis named to NE hoops Hall [Basketball]

May 8, 2013

Former UAF head coach Al Sokaitis of Fairbanks on June 22 will be inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame. He has guided three different programs to the NCAA Tournament and set records for winning at eight different stops. He’s also won Coach of the Year honors 11 times. In Alaska, he’s best… Read more »

Griffin all smiles after WNBL title [Basketball]

March 11, 2013

Professional basketball player Kelsey Griffin of Eagle River was all smiles with her parents in Australia after helping the Bendigo Spirit capture the WNBL title with a 71-57 victory over Towsville in the championship game. The 6-foot-2 starting forward was the star of the game, pumping in 20 points and ripping down 11 rebounds to… Read more »