ANCHORAGE – Coming off his program's third straight league title and second straight 30-win season, Alaska Anchorage women's basketball coach Ryan McCarthy has added another high-scoring guard to his roster with Friday's announcement that Victoria Langi of Pacifica, Calif., has signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the Seawolves.

The 5-6 guard and sister of incoming Seawolf freshman Sala Langi, Victoria was an All-North Coast Conference performer at Skyline College in San Bruno, Calif., last season. As a sophomore, she averaged a team-high 15.9 points per game, plus 6.0 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.4 steals for a Skyline club that went 16-12 and made a third straight playoff appearance.

She ranked in the top 20 of the North Coast stats in every major category, including third in three-point percentage (.353, 77-218) and eighth in scoring. Among her 10 20-point efforts last year, Langi posted 35 points in a win over De Anza, and 30 points apiece in a season sweep of San Jose.

“We are very excited to have Victoria join the women's basketball family here at UAA,” said McCarthy, who has led UAA to a 97-7 record over the past three campaigns, including a spot in the 2016 NCAA Div. II Title Game. “Having signed her little sister in the early signing period, I think Victoria realized the kind of support we have for women's basketball here, and how it is unlike any other place in the country.”

As a freshman, Victoria started and averaged 6.9 points and 1.9 assists per game to help the Trojans advance to the second round of the California State tournament.

“Victoria has been well coached in her skill development and can score in many different ways,” McCarthy added. “We believe her greatest strength is her ability to score from the perimeter as she was one of the top shooters in the state of California's JC system. Her defensive intensity also fits our style of play, and she is capable of having big games in the scoring column.”

She was a First Team All-Skyline Division honoree as a prep senior at Mercy Burlingame High School as a senior in 2014-15, and joins sister Sala and current Seawolf guard Yazmeen Goo as the latest member of the Golden City AAU program to come to Alaska Anchorage.

Victoria Langi brings UAA's 2017 recruiting class to four players, joining fall signees Sala Langi (5-10, Fr., G/F, Pacifica, Calif./Oceana HS), Nicole Pinckney (5-5, Fr., G, Chugiak HS) and two-time JC All-American Sydni Stallworth (5-3, Jr., G, Tucson, Ariz./Palo Verde HS/Pima CC).