ANCHORAGE, Alaska -

The UAA men's basketball team set school records for most points in the first half of a home game with 76, and most three pointers made in a game with 27 in a 149-70 rout of Northland International on Monday night.  The Seawolves improve to 7 and 4 overall and face the Pioneers Tuesday as well to finish non-conference play.

Travis Thompson scored 35 points on eight three's, Brian McGill dished out 20 assists to go along with 24 points, and Colton Lauwers added 22 to lead six Seawolves in double figures. 

With the score 28-15 at just under 12 minutes to go in the first half, UAA went on to score the next 31 points to build a commanding 59-15 lead.  The Seawolves assisted on an incredible 41 of their 54 field goals and shot 62 percent for the night.