LAIE, Hawaii – Seniors Autummn Williams and Kiki Robertson sparked a big first quarter for 8th-ranked Alaska Anchorage on Tuesday night as the Seawolves rolled to an 85-46 women’s basketball victory over Brigham Young-Hawaii at the Cannon Activities Center.

UAA (8-1) got 23 points, six steals and three assists from Williams, plus 12 points, eight assists, six steals and no turnovers from Robertson to cruise to its fourth straight win and remain unbeaten against fellow NCAA Div. II competition.

The Seasiders (4-5) were led by 11 points and four rebounds from guard Safia Sheikh, but the hosts were held to 30.6 percent shooting and outrebounded 54-43. UAA forced 19 of BYUH’s 30 turnovers during the game’s first 14 minutes to take command.

The Seawolves’ 29-12 lead after 10 minutes marked their largest first-quarter road advantage since women’s college basketball went to quarters last season, and they took a 49-22 lead into the locker room.

Junior forward Shelby Cloninger came off the bench for 12 points, a career-high eight rebounds and two of UAA’s 21 steals, while sophomore forward Hannah Wandersee added nine points, and sophomore guard Tara Thompson had eight points.

Junior forward Sierra Afoa matched Cloninger with a game-high eight rebounds, and the Seawolves committed as season-low 11 team turnovers.

UAA returns to action Wednesday night against another Pacific West Conference foe in Chaminade. The game tips at 6 p.m. Alaska Standard Time at Chaminade’s McCabe Gymnasium in Honolulu.