At the Alaska Airlines Center, the UAA men knocked off first place Northwest Nazarene 85-73 behind 22 points from Tyler Brimhall and Brennan Rymer’s 9 assists. UAA is now in a three-way tie for fifth place in the GNAC. They’ll play at Simon Fraser this Thursday.
Meanwhile, the 12th ranked UAA women held off an upset bid by Concordia-Portland, beating the Cavaliers 75-68 in Portland. Hannah Wandersee popped in 21 points for UAA. The Seawolves host St. Martins this Thursday at the Alaska Airlines Center.
In other UAA news, the hockey team dropped two games at Alabama-Huntsville, losing 6-2 Friday and dropping a 6-3 verdict Saturday. The Seawolves return home to play Michigan Tech this Friday and Saturday.