ELLENSBURG, Wash. – Senior Nikkie Viotto had team-highs of seven kills and nine digs Saturday but the Alaska Anchorage volleyball team had little luck in a three-set defeat against a playoff-hungry Central Washington squad at Nicholson Pavilion.

The Seawolves finished the 2012 season with a 16-10 overall record – the fifth straight winning campaign under head coach Chris Green – and tied for fourth place with Seattle Pacific in the final Great Northwest Athletic Conference standings at 11-7.

The Wildcats (21-7, 14-4), ranked No. 8 in the NCAA Div. II West Region, likely clinched a playoff berth with the 25-13, 25-21, 25-16 win, led by Marcy Hjellum’s 15 kills.

Freshman outside hitter Katelynn Zanders finished with six kills for UAA, but no other Seawolf managed more than four.

It was the final match of Viotto’s four-year career as the outside hitter/defensive specialist from Eagle River finished in the top 20 on UAA’s all-time list in digs, aces, aces per set, sets played, matches played and matches won. Senior setter Kimya Jafroudi also played for the final time in college, with the Huntington Beach, Calif., product tallying 14 assists.