At this point, the Western Oregon women’s basketball players are probably seeing Jahnna Hajdukovich in their nightmares.
Last season, the Anchorage sharpshooter torched the Wolves with a game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer in Anchorage. On Thursday, she pumped in 22 points with a historic 7-of-10 shooting display from downtown to highlight a 69-61 road win.
Hajdukovich became the first player in Seawolf history to make seven triples on fewer than 10 attempts.
This was her fifth 20-point game in 106 career appearances at UAA.
Senior forward Vishe’ Rabb added 14 points and four steals for the Seawolves, who extended their school-record streak to 36 straight wins against Western Oregon.
The last two victories have Hajdukovich’s fingerprints all over them.
Last night, the former four-time all-state player out of Dimond High gave the Seawolves a 29-27 lead on a 3-pointer at the halftime buzzer.
The game featured six ties and 14 lead changes. Western Oregon staked a 53-51 lead with seven minutes to play, but Hajdukovich answered with a 3-pointer moments later.
The senior guard drained two more back-breaking treys after the Wolves cut it to a one- or two-point deficit.
Hajdukovich needs a dozen points to reach the 700-point plateau for her college career.