The UAA men's basketball team began the second half of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference schedule by avenging one of its prior defeats. The Seawolves torched Central Washington, 98-68 to break a tie with the Wildcats in the conference standings. UAA moves into sole possession of third place in league play at 6 and 4.
Kyle Fossman tossed in 26 points while Teancum Stafford and Abebe Demissie scored 18 points apiece as UAA connected on 13 of 22 three point attempts. The Seawolves scored 49 points in each half and finished with 27 assists as a team.
In British Columbia on Thursday night, the Seawolf women fell in a hard fought game against 13th-ranked Simon Fraser, 60-52. UAA led 30-28 at halftime and received 14 points from Sasha King in her return from a sprained ankle. Simon Fraser ended the game on an 8-0 run and was led by 20 points from Erin Chambers. UAA drops to 4 and 6 in the GNAC.