ANCHORAGE – Freshman Kimijah King posted career highs of 19 points and seven rebounds Saturday and senior Autummn Williams added 22 points to help nationally 2nd-ranked Alaska Anchorage to a 94-50 women’s basketball blowout of Seattle Pacific at the Alaska Airlines Center.

Ranked No. 1 in the NCAA Div. II West Region, the Seawolves (25-1, 18-0 GNAC) also got 11 points from sophomore guard Tara Thompson as they earned their 21st consecutive victory – one shy of the program record – and stayed unbeaten against D-II competition.

The regionally 8th-ranked Falcons were led by 13 points from forward Hannah Rodrigues and 10 points apiece from Jordan McPhee and Lindsay Lee, but the visitors struggled without injured starters Courtney Hollander and Rachel Shim, suffering their worst defeat in 61 all-time meetings against UAA.

UAA led 6-5 before running away with the next nine points, and King scored seven straight personally to stretch it to 28-9 after the first quarter. The Seawolves shot 10 of 16 in the opening 10 minutes, while SPU started 2 of 14 and committed five turnovers.

King scored her second rebound bucket of the first half to beat the buzzer and forge a 52-23 halftime lead, and fellow freshman Yazmeen Goo scored all nine of her points in the third quarter to keep the margin comfortable.

A Seattle native from Lakeside High School, King shot 7 of 7 from the floor and 7 of 8 at the foul line, not missing a shot until a free throw with 1:12 remaining. Meanwhile, Williams scored 12 points in the fourth quarter, while finishing with four assists, four rebounds and two steals.

Playing in front 1,337 fans on ‘senior night,’ point guard Kiki Robertson had five points, four rebounds, five assist and four steals, and forward Alysha Devine chipped in seven points, four rebounds, two steals and a block in the final home game for the 4-year performers. Forward Sierra Afoa – who will graduate in May and forego her final year of eligibility – had three points and three rebounds in her last regular-season home game.

With two games remaining in the regular season and one or two more in the upcoming Great Northwest Athletic Conference Tournament, the Seawolves still have a chance for more home contests if they can earn the top seed for the NCAA Div. II West Regional Championships, Mar. 10-13.

UAA finishes with its toughest road trip of the year, facing nationally ranked Western Washington on Thursday (6 p.m. AST) in Bellingham, Wash., and Simon Fraser on Saturday (4:15 p.m. AST) in Burnaby, British Columbia. Both of those games and all games from the GNAC Tournament (Mar. 2-4) can be seen live on