Search Results for: Sylvia Bullock

Miami, Bullock no longer astronauts (Basketball)

After getting off to the best start in school history, the University of Miami has come back to earth. The 25th-ranked ‘Canes dropped a 69-62 decision Thursday to No. 7 Duke in Coral Gables, falling to 13-3 on the season after an 8-0 start. Anchorage’s Sylvia Bullock grabbed seven rebounds, scored four points and made… Read more »

‘Canes win No. 9 behind Bullock (Basketball)

Anchorage’s Sylvia Bullock controlled the backboards for the University of Miami last night against outmatched Cornell. The 6-foot-2 sophomore starter grabbed a game-high 8 rebounds as the Hurricanes gained a 45-22 advantage on the glass. Miami collected 25 offensive boards, with Bullock hauling in a game-high four. The Alaskan added 8 points, 3 assists, 2… Read more »

Griffin gets best of Bullock (Basketball)

It was billed as a Saturday showdown between the University of Nebraska and the University of Miami, two 7-0 women’s teams from BCS conferences. But in Alaska that meant Kelsey Griffin vs. Sylvia Bullock. Chalk this one up to the current Cornhuskers and former Chugiak High Mustangs star. Griffin, a 6-foot-2 senior All-American candidate from… Read more »

Bullock makes history at Miami (Basketball)

Standing 6-foot-2, Sylvia Bullock isn’t as tall as a traditional shot blocker. But she makes up for it with awesome athleticism. Bullock, of South High fame, showed off her crazy ups last night in Coral Gables when she set a University of Miami record with eight blocked shots in a 68-54 win over Houston. Even… Read more »

Hebard breaks Alaska record for points, rebounds, blocks at D1

Ruthy Hebard of Fairbanks continues to rewrite the record book for women’s NCAA D1 college basketball players from Alaska. The University of Oregon senior forward recently moved into the No. 1 spot for career points, career rebounds and career blocked shots. The ultimate triple-double. Hebard, of West Valley High fame, has been a trend setter… Read more »

Alaska’s only D1 sister act (Basketball)

Anchorage’s Sylvia Bullock has regained her starting position in the University of Miami frontcourt. Meanwhile, Lillian Bullock is earning minutes in the backcourt for North Carolina State A&T University. Together, they make up Alaska’s only sister act playing NCAA D1 basketball. Sylvia, of South High fame, had started all five games for the 4-1 ‘Canes…. Read more »

Johnson named All-WAC Freshman (Basketball)

Alaska’s Jenna Johnson was rewarded for a solid rookie season at Utah State University yesterday when she was named to the All-Western Athletic Conference Freshman Team for women’s basketball. Johnson, of Wasilla High fame, played in 19 of her team’s 30 games last season and ranked second in free-throw percentage (.833). The 5-foot-10 guard was… Read more »

Griffin leads locals in NCAA openers (Basketball)

When Kelsey Griffin of Eagle River began her freshman season at the University of Nebraska, she was just one of many Alaskans playing NCAA Division I basketball. Right now she is at the top of the class. Griffin, of Chugiak High fame, is being billed as an All-American candidate this season, with the university printing… Read more »