Feb. 11, 2012
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Guard Kristin Schramm (Sr., Chelan) had game-highs of 16 points and seven rebounds as Western Washington University rebounded with a 91-62 win University of Alaska Fairbanks in a Great Northwest Athletic Conference women's basketball contest Saturday at Patty Center on the UAF campus.
The Vikings, who lost 72-50 at No.12-ranked Alaska Anchorage on Thursday, improved to 16-6 overall and 10-4 in conference play.
Schramm, who scored all of her points in the first half, was 7-of-10 from the field for WWU, which shot 56.7 percent (38-of-67) from the floor and had a 48-24 rebound advantage.
Kayla Bernsen (Fr., Moses Lake) came off the bench with 15 points for the Vikings. Point guard Corinn Waltrip (Jr., Tigard, OR) contributed 13 points and five assists and center Britt Harris (Jr., Marysville/Marysville-Pilchuck) added 12 points.
UAF, which lost for the sixth straight time, fell to 6-19 overall and 2-13 in GNAC contests. The Nanooks were led by Nicole Bozek with 15 points. Nicole Hartzog had 14 and Benissa Bulaya 10 for UAF.
WWU used an 18-6 run to take a 35-18 lead with 7:12 left in the first half and led 50-29 at halftime.
The Vikings increased their lead to 66-33 with 12:01 to play and UAF never got closer than 27 after that.
It was the eighth straight series win for WWU.
The Vikings return home to host Northwest Nazarene on Thursday (7 p.m.) and Central Washington on Saturday (7 p.m.) in GNAC contests.
Peacocke Honored with Hall of Fame Jersey Display
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Dani Iwami (Hawai'i Pacific), Taylor Enders (Utah State) and Anna Schwecke (Colorado-Colorado Springs) join program
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WWU recorded 34th 20-win season in the 46-year history of the program
Women's Basketball Adds Three Players for 2017-18
Emma Duff, Kelsey Rogers and Bobbi Westendorf to join WWU women's hoops team
Summer Hoops Camps Set for July
Register for WWU Women's Basketball Camps in Carver Gym in July
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Peacocke also adds another All-American accolade with First Team All-America honor from Division II Bulletin
WWU is 14th in Division II All-Sports Standings
WWU's men's and women's basketball programs gather points by advancing to the NCAA Tournament
Hathaway Recognized as SHAPE America Major of the Year
Hathaway appeared in 120 games during her WWU career and was a three-time GNAC Academic selection
Taylor Peacocke Named WBCA First Team All-American
Peacocke becomes fourth player in program history to earn First Team All-America recognition from WBCA
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Taylor Peacocke Named All-West Region
Taylor Peacocke is the nation’s leading scorer at NCAA II level with 23.3 points per game
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Tia Briggs scores career-high 29 points, Taylor Peacocke scores 25 points in loss to Lancers
WWU Tops Cal State East Bay 74-48 at NCAA West Regional
Tia Briggs and Taylor Peacocke each score 18 points, Vikings will face Cal Baptist on Saturday in semifinal round
How To Follow Today's Basketball Games
WWU men play Chico State at 12 pm PT in San Diego, WWU women play Cal State East Bay at 1 pm PT in Anchorage
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The No. 3-seed Vikings will play Friday at 1 pm PT/12 pm AKT against No. 6-seed Cal State East Bay