2004 Seawolf Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony


After leaving UAA in 1987, inductee Cheryl Bishop continued her athletic endeavors in basketball, football and martial arts and went on to a distinguished career in federal law enforcement. Here Bishop demonstrates how she lined up her firearm during a SWAT team raid.

Former faculty athletic representative Jack Peterson was instrumental in UAA's rise to NCAA Division II status in the 1970s, and also spearheaded the hockey team's acceptance to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association in 1992.

UAA athletic director Steve Cobb proudly displays the Sunday, Oct. 17, 2004 edition of the Anchorage Daily News, with the headline announcing "UAA denies Minnesota to keep title," following the Seawolves' hockey victory in the Nye Frontier Classic.

Tiina (Kantola) Hoffman is one of only two Seawolves to win both the school's Athlete of the Year and Dresser Cup (highest student-athlete overall GPA) in the same season, doing it in 1984-85. A Nordic skier and runner, Hoffman also served a pair of seasons as UAA's head Nordic coach in the early 1990s.

Former Seawolf goalie Paul Krake recounts the Seawolves' glory days of the early 1990s, when the Alberta native backstopped the hockey team to three straight NCAA Tournaments, including a first-round upset of Boston College in 1991. Krake now lives in Boise, Idaho, with his wife and four children.