The UAA women's basketball team tallied 34 assists on 38 made field goals in a start to finish 97-71 romp over Western Oregon Thursday night in Anchorage. The Seawolves shot 52% for the game, improving to 11-2 overall and 4-1 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
In typical UAA fashion, the scoring attack was balanced. Kylie Burns led the way with 19 points. Alli Madison added 11 of her 16 in the first half and Emily Craft delivered all but two of her 14 points before the break as UAA led 45-34 at halftime.
The Seawolves have reached the 90 point mark five times this season.
Elsewhere in the GNAC, the UAA men shot a season-low 34 percent from the field in a 75-67 loss to Montana State-Billings. The Seawolves came into the game ranked third in Division II with an average of 13.8 made three pointers per game, but connected on just 6 of 26 shots from downtown. UAA drops to 2-2 in league play.