In their first game since becoming the nation's top-ranked Division II women's basketball team, the Seawolves did plenty to show their worthiness of that status Thursday night at the Alaska Airlines Center.

So complete was UAA's 82-47 win over Seattle Pacific that even when things didn't go their way, the Seawolves looked pretty good.

Like when they forced a fourth straight turnover during a 16-0 run at the end of the third quarter. Senior forward Megan Mullings disrupted Seattle Pacific's in-bounds pass and junior guard Kiki Roberton came up with the ball, raced downcourt and made a nifty behind-the-back pass to Jessica Madison — who missed the layup, prompting a groan from the crowd of 1,156 eager to see the sweet play result in points.

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