ANCHORAGE – Autummn Williams led a balanced Alaska Anchorage offense with 14 points and the 10th-ranked Seawolves used another dominant defensive effort to record an 89-32 women’s basketball victory over Post University on Friday night at the Alaska Airlines Center.

UAA (4-0) got at least eight points from eight different players, with junior Shelby Cloninger and sophomore Tara Thompson chipping in 11 apiece. The Seawolves outshot the visitors from Connecticut 56 percent (32 of 57) to 27 percent (10 of 37) overall, while sinking 48 percent (11 of 23) from three-point range.

Post (0-4), from the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference, was led by eight points from reserve Tyra Jones, while no other Eagle player managed more than five points.

After the teams exchanged baskets in the opening minute, the Seawolves went on a 7-0 run and never looked back. The lead extended to 26-8 after one quarter and 40-12 by halftime as the Seawolves set a program record for fewest points allowed against a fellow NCAA Div. II team in the second quarter.

The two-time defending Great Northwest Athletic Conference champions also got 10 points on 4-of-4 shooting (2-2 3FG) from junior forward Sierra Afoa, plus nine points each from sophomore Hannah Wandersee, senior Alysha Devine and freshman Kimijah King.

UAA’s point guard combo of Kiki Robertson and Yazmeen Goo accounted for 15 assists and just two turnovers, while Goo grabbed twice as many rebounds – eight – than anyone else in the game.

Williams – a senior transfer from Div. I Arkansas Little Rock – has led the Seawolves in scoring in all four games thus far, shooting 6 of 11 from the field on Friday. She also dished six assists and made two steals without committing a turnover.

The Seawolves will have a short rest before returning to the Alaska Airlines Center for the GCI Great Alaska Shootout, Nov. 22-23, with contests against a pair of Div. I programs. UAA opens against Portland on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Surf to the Shootout Central page at GoSeawolves.com for complete information on the 39th annual tournament, including schedule and tickets.