ANCHORAGE – Senior forward Autummn Williams scored 20 points and point guard Yazmeen Goo set a new Alaska Anchorage freshman record with 13 assists Thursday as the 10th-ranked Seawolves rolled to a 99-32 women’s basketball win over Post at the Alaska Airlines Center.

The Seawolves (3-0) also got 17 points, nine rebounds and five steals from sophomore forward Hannah Wandersee, recording the program’s third-largest victory margin against a fellow NCAA Div. II opponent.

The Eagles (0-3), from Waterbury, Conn., and the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference, were led by 10 points from reserve guard Dericka Sims in the first-ever meeting between the two schools.

UAA claimed a 30-9 lead after one quarter and stretched it to 56-11 at the break, equaling the largest halftime lead ever against a DII foe. The 26-2 score in the second quarter also marked the Seawolves’ fewest points allowed and the largest margin in any quarter against a D-II opponent since women’s college basketball went to quarters last season.

Five different Seawolves had at least five steals, including six by Goo, as their 37 team steals ranked second in program history and set another D-II opponent record.

Williams, a transfer from Div. I Arkansas Little Rock, led UAA in scoring for the third straight game, shooting 8 of 15, along with five assists and three steals. Senior forward Alysha Devine added 13 points and eight rebounds, while guard Tara Thompson and forward Shelby Cloninger tallied 11 points apiece.

Wandersee shot 7 of 11 from the field and was the recipient of several of Goo’s assists. With her 13 dimes, the redshirt freshman from Daly City, Calif. (Westmoor HS), tied for fourth on UAA’s single-game list and set a new rookie standard in just her third game.

Senior point guard Kiki  Robertson contributed eight assists and five steals, while Cloninger and freshman Kimijah King also tallied five swipes.

The Seawolves and Eagles will play again Friday at 8 p.m. at the Alaska Airlines Center. Call 907-786-1562 or visit for ticket information.

NOTES: UAA’s 31 assists and 13 three-pointers Thursday each ranked eighth on the program’s single-game lists, while the victory margin was the 13th-largest overall … the 45-point halftime lead equaled a 53-8 advantage against Chaminade in December 2010.