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Athlete of the Week

Congrats to this week’s winner! Lydia Jacoby November 20th, 2020 Seward’s Lydia Jacoby had an eye-popping performance at the U.S. Open Swimming Championships. She turned in a blistering time of 1:07.57 in the 100-meter breaststroke, which now ranks her No. 2 all-time among American girls 15-16 years old, only .52 seconds behind the national record of… Read more »

Your Voice

Thanks for taking the time to write!  By sharing your stories and knowledge you help preserve  Alaska’s rich sports history and help significant people, moments and events get the recognition they deserve. Public Recommendations are always welcome and can be submitted here. This is a compilation of submissions received since 2006. They have generally NOT… Read more »

Hooe, Norris headline 2017 Directors’ Awards recipients

Two fierce competitors setting new standards and two athletes dedicated to youth mentorship comprise the 2017 Directors’ Awards Class. The Directors’ Awards recipients will be honored at the annual Alaska Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony and reception on Thursday, April 27 at the Anchorage Museum. The 2017 winners: Pride of Alaska Award (female)-–For Consistent… Read more »

Butcher to be honored Sunday (Soccer)

It’s hard to believe that it’s already been four years, but Anchorage’s Carly Butcher is about to play her final home game for the University of Southern California women’s soccer team Sunday. Butcher, of South High fame, will be among a group of players honored on Senior Day in the team’s home finale against Pac-12… Read more »

Chalmers adjusting to new role (Basketball)

It’s not how you start but how you finish. Just ask Mario Chalmers. For the first time in his two-year NBA career, the Alaskan point guard is coming off the bench. But today he proved that it doesn’t matter if you’re in the starting five just as long as you’re in the coach’s fav five… Read more »

Laws holding it down in Argentina (Basketball)

For the last seven years, Andre Laws has moved more than U-haul. He’s played professionally in Mexico, Jordan, Bosnia and Argentina as well as suiting up for NBA summer-league games for Cleveland and Milwaukee. And he’s loved every minute of it. “I pinch myself all the time and never try to take any days for… Read more »

Alaskans set for NCAA Tournament (Soccer)

As many as seven Alaska women will be shooting for the ultimate prize in college soccer when the national championships begin Friday. Leading the way is University of Denver goalkeeper Lara Campbell of Anchorage. She is a major reason why the 17-5-1 Pioneers won the Sun Belt Conference title. Denver plays No. 2 seed Portland… Read more »