ANCHORAGE, Alaska—One track and field season just is not enough for the UAA Seawolves, Friday August 24th the university announced that the athletic department will add an indoor season to the docket of winter sports in 2013. The green and gold will compete in a trio of meets this coming school year. The Seawolves are the 9th GNAC team to become a member of the indoor track and field season.
In a press release put out by the school UAA track and field coach said "having the chance to compete in more championship events and an opportunity at more team and individual titles, it benefits not only our current student-athletes, but also our ability to recruit quality young people in the future."
Outdoor track and field became a full time sport at UAA back in 2005, in recent years both the men and women have been listed as one of the top 20 teams in the nation amongst division II programs.