Green guided the Seawolves to a 27-3 record and the GNAC title this year, capping 15 seasons with a winning record in every one.
Plus, the weekly scoreboard and three things to look forward to this week.
The Seawolves won their eighth championship in the history of the tournament, which was last played in 2017.
The Seawolves sophomore runner finished second at the NCAA DII West Regional Championships.
The Seawolves remained undefeated and advanced to the tournament title game.
The Seawolves will host and play in the event for the first time since 2017 after four years off.
The Seawolves, seeded first in the Western Region, finished their season with a 27-3 record.
The Seawolves are the only top seed of the eight regions in the national tournament who will not act as host.
After dominating en route to a conference title, the Seawolves have their eyes set on even loftier goals.
Plus, the weekly scoreboard and three things to watch for this week.
The Seawolves will play No. 8 seed Chaminade (24-7) in the opening round Thursday at 1:30 p.m. AKST in Bellingham, Washington.
The new-look Seawolves are goofy off the court but serious when it counts, and they don’t anticipate any drop-off.
The Seawolves completed the regular season sweep of the Wildcats and made history in the process.
The Seawolves sophomore also earned GNAC Men’s Cross Country Athlete of the Year .
The senior outside hitter hasn’t grabbed headlines, but has been a key component to the Seawolves winning ways.
The Seawolves shook off a slow start to best their instate rivals.
The Seawolves, loaded with fresh faces, topped Midway University 87-63 Thursday.
The Seawolves lost a large contingent of last year’s team, including the entire starting five, and will be leaning on some new yet familiar faces.
The event takes place from noon to 5 p.m. at the Alaska Airlines Center.