Not only is it going be a new season for Nanooks basketball team this year. But also a new coach will appear on the sideline assisting head coach Mick Durham.
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Well if you plan on Registering for the Alaska Senior Games. You better hurry this week is the last chance to sgin up for the 12th Annual Alaska International Senior Games.
The games will be held August 8–17 in Fairbanks. There will be over 20 events including: Tennis, Indoor shooting, 10k race,3 ON 3 Basketball along with Ice Hockey and many more sports.
After a high scoring win from Sunday nights game against the Oilers in Palmer. The GoldPanners was ready to take on the Anchorage Bucs at Mulkahee Stadium to close out their last regular season game Monday night but that game was canceled due to heavy rain.With the rainout taking place the Panners of the American League also the ABL champions finished their season with a record of 33–9 overall also going 21–8 in ABL games.
ANCHORAGE-The Alaska Goldpanners stayed in Anchorage after the All-Star weekend to take on the Anchorage Bucs in a double header to start their final week of the regular season on Monday night.
Ryan Clark came up big for Alaska scoring the game winning run in the top of the 8th of game one for a 2-1 win. He had two hits and drove in a crucial run in the low scoring affair.
In game two the Panners held on for a 3-2 win in seven innings. Jacob Hayes had two crucial rbis and a run.
FAIRBANKS-Yesterday UAF swimming head coach Scott Lemley released the 2014-2015 schedule which has a variety of opponents.
Nanook fans can get their first look at the team on Oct. 11 for the Blue Gold Pentathlon at the Patty Center. Their first Intercollegiate meet is at home Oct.17 and 18 against Azusa Pacific.
UAF will be in the Husky Invitational in Federal Way, Washington Dec 5-7. The Nooks start the New Year on the road in Coronado, California for a quad meet against three division three programs: Wisconsin Eau-Claire, Williamette University and Whitworth College.
FAIRBANKS-The UAF ski team continues to add some talent to their women's squad. Anne-Tine Markset and Annie Uhl will be Nanooks this upcoming season.
Markset hails from Oslo, Norway and is transferring in from the University of Denver. The Pioneers won the national title last year and she raced 4 times before an injury ended her season. She'll have three years left to ski at UAF. Markset was a top 25 finisher in the 2012 World Junior Championships for Norway before going to Denver. She will major in psychology.