LAIE, Hawaii (Nov. 19, 2013) – In game two against Alaska Anchorage, the BYU-Hawaii women's basketball team was defeated 100-49 on Tuesday night.
The Seasiders (0-3) fought hard and showed improvement in their third game of the season. BYU-Hawaii played a very physical game, matching the Seawolves (3-0) physicality and finished right with Alaska Anchorage grabbing 37 rebounds to the Seawolves' 43.
BYU-Hawaii got to the line 28 times and made nearly 80 percent of its tries but suffered from a cold shooting night at just 25 percent.
A slow start for the Seasiders put them an early tough spot with the Seawolves starting the game on an 18-0 run. Gilson broke the run getting to the line and knocking one down to get BYU-Hawaii on the board with 13:55 to go in the first half.
Hooper hit a 3-pointer to make it 34-11 with 9:17 to go and picked up another one at the 4:25 mark in the first half with BYU-Hawaii trailing 45-17. The Seawolves took a 56-23 lead into halftime.
Back-to-back buckets from Hooper early in the second half helped and Bevell knocked down two free throws but the Seasiders were still behind 62-29 with 17:24 to go.
Alaska Anchorage finished off the Seasiders 100-49 to take both games in the series.
BYU-Hawaii plays next on Thanksgiving Day in the Oahu Classic in Honolulu vs. Lubbock Christian at 3 p.m.