Live by the three, die by the three. Live they did.
The Seawolves shot a blistering 19 for 36 behind the arc breaking the school record of 18 threes. The key to this victory over the Montana State Yellowjackets was their 3-point shooting.
After 20 minutes of basketball the Seawolves were up by 10, 55-45. Ed Kirk, who lead the Seawolves and the Conference with a scoring average of 21.7 powered the Seawolves in the second half, shooting four of seven from the 3-point line after not scoring in the first half. Kirk finished with 22 points and 10 assists.
Greg Freeman scored 22 points to help the Seawolves gain their early lead over the Yellowjackets.
Using Sacramento Kings Jason Williams' style of passing, Cody Gallatin had seven assists and shot five of ten from the 3 point line. He finished with 15 points.
Freshman Nelson Williams helped spark a Seawolves drive in the second half with a controversial monster dunk that brought fans jumping to their feet.
The Seawolves will be hosting the University of Alaska Fairbanks in their last home game this Thursday night and then will travel to Fairbanks to play Saturday. �