For the second time this season, Jadynn Alexander came off the bench and became a go-to option on offense for Hawaii. She tallied 13 points in the first half and finished with 15 on the night, a career-high.
In front of an electric crowd at the Stan Sheriff Center the Warriors got ahead in the second half and never looked back dominating the 49ers down the stretch winning 74-57 to improve their home record to 11-3 on the season.
“I think it’s impressive to ask me about a kid like that who’s a sophomore, who’s doing what he’s doing, at the most important position,” Ganot said after defeating the Aggies. “I think (I’m) proud, probably.”
Moussa, who appeared in two games during the 2018 season, was an early enrollee for the Warriors back in January of last year. He completed 4-of-9 passes for 77 yards and a touchdown in his cameo appearances this season.