NAU Athletics promotes Shane Burcar as head basketball coach after Jack Murphy accepts an associate job under UA as head coach.
Women's tennis defeated Idaho State in the championship after four consecutive matchups. Meanwhile, the men's team will travel to Orlando, Florida for the NCAA tournament for the first time in program history.
The Lumberjacks showed fans a glimpse of what this upcoming year has to bring. Returning senior running back Joe Logan says this is their year to show the country that NAU is better than what they have shown in the past.
Half of women's soccer's goals April 20 were from headers. They defeated the traveling Embry-Riddle Eagles to finish off their final home spring game.
Most of us grew up playing sports but in the grand scheme of things, only a handful are awarded scholarships. Sure, talent helps but it's the hard work that gets recognized through all the pressures.
From a controversial fee to coaching changes and an estimated $38 million facility project, Mike Marlow has kept busy in his first year as Vice President of Intercollegiate Athletics.
As if working in all forms of sports media offered by NAU wasn't enough, senior Matthew Jarecki (@matthewjarecki) prepares to leave NAU with national recognition for his work as a sportscaster.
Hockey equipment has evolved to provide maximum comfort, speed and support for athletes on the ice. Venues and rules have their own unique updates and stories, so come along as we skate through a tour of the past.
The Lumberjacks fell short in the first round of the Big Sky Conference Tournament to the No. 9 seed Hornets. The Hornets shot 53 percent from field goal and 60 percent from behind the arc.
NAU showed resilience, snatching their first tournament win in 12 years. They defeated the Sacramento State Hornets 74-69 and won the crown in the first round of Big Sky Championship.
The Lumberjacks defeat the second ranked team in the Big Sky Conference, placing them either eighth or ninth in the BSC tournament. The game came overtime with a 3-pointer by Bernie Andre.
Senior night was rightfully dominated by Kaleigh Paplow, who finished with 27 points, 15 rebounds and 5 assists in celebration of her four-year career.
Senior forward Kaleigh Paplow is one of NAU’s most reliable players and is a threat on both sides of the ball. For her senior year, she had to take on a new leadership role for her team, a role that quickly began to fit naturally.
"Chop the wood, carry the water," is the motto for men's track and field. The Lumberjacks work hard to carry on the winning streak.
The Lumberjacks played one of their best defensive games of the year against the Grizzlies. NAU led most of the game but couldn't capture the win. They lost to the Grizzlies 66-64.
Jacey Baily had another career-high performance and the Grizzlies gave in. NAU conquered the University of Montana, a team they haven't beaten in seven years.
Jay Lively Activity Center is home to some of Flagstaff's most talented young skaters. They must be willing to experience a cold, hard fall before they can bask in the light of victory.
For those who aren't fans of NASCAR, it can be difficult to understand how someone can watch a car go around in circles for four hours straight. But the science and skill that goes on behind the wheel is eye-opening.
With less than 10 seconds left on the clock, senior forward Kaleigh Paplow took the go-ahead jumper to seal the win as NAU defeated Sacramento State 71-69 at home.
Weber State came into the Skydome and dominated against men's basketball. The two Wildcat guards came in with a scoring mentality combing for 54 total points.