BILLINGS — No. 10-ranked Alaska Anchorage had four players score points in double digits Saturday night in defeating Montana State Billings 72-57 in Great Northwest Athletic Conference women's basketball.
Sydni Stallworth sparked the first-place Seawolves (21-1, 13-1) with 15 points. She was followed by Sala Langi 14, Yazmeen Goo 13 and Hannah Wandersee 10.
UAA led 36-30 at intermission and began pulling away with a 23-16 third-quarter scoring surge.
The Yellowjackets (10-10, 6-8) also had four players score in double figures.
Hannah Collins led MSUB with 14 points. She was followed closely by Vanessa Stavish, Taryn Shelley and Emily St. John with 10 apiece.
UAA outscored MSUB 22-13 on free throws. The Seawolves shot 22 of 32 from the line.