Photo Gallery: 2005 Seawolf Hall of Fame photo gallery7/11/2007
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Hall of Fame Class of '05
Seawolf Hall of Fame Class of 2005 (left-to-right): Ken Ralph, Ron Petro, Pete McEnaney, Jason Kaiser
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2005 Seawolf Hall of Fame
UAA Athletic director Steve Cobb congratulates the Seawolf Hall of Fame Class of 2005 upon their induction, Oct. 16 at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex.
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Steve Cobb - 2005 Seawolf Hall of Fame
UAA Athletic Director Dr. Steve Cobb makes the opening remarks at the 2005 Seawolf Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex.
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Seawolf basketball star and hometown hero Jason Kaiser was a two-time conference player of the year (1994 & 1995), and still ranks No. 2 on UAA's career scoring average list. The UAA business grad is now a successful financial advisor who lives in Texas with his wife and four children.
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Former Seawolf hockey star Pete McEnaney recalls the memories surrounding his outstanding 4-year career in Green & Gold. An all-conference forward who still ranks toward the top of UAA's career scoring lists, McEnaney is now an accomplished youth coach who currently makes his home in Eagle River.
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Ron Petro shares stories from his 8-year run as UAA's athletic director from 1984-92. Among Petro's major accomplishments was the negotiation of an ESPN contract for the Great Alaska Shootout, the hosting of the 1987 NCAA Ski Championships, and a 1988 men's basketball trip to the Final Four.
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Although he competed just two years, Ken Ralph made an indelible impact on UAA's swimming program, earning five All-America certificates and contributing to 10 school records. After successful runs as a Division I head coach, Ralph has gone on to athletic administration. He is currently the athletic director at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y.
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