The Pac-12 honored three NCAA men’s basketball players from Washington state Monday — DaVonté Lacy, Nigel Williams-Goss and Josh Hawkinson
For at least an afternoon, that troubling six-week stretch where the Huskies tumbled to near the bottom of the Pac-12 standings was forgotten
Andrew Andrews capped a career-high, 35-point game by draining a game-winning 3-point basket with 2.7 seconds left in Washington’s 87-84 victory over Washington State.
The Capital One Academic All-America recognizes exceptional student athletes
Stony Brook took advantage and shocked No. 13 Washington 61-57 after overcoming a 16-point second-half deficit. Jameel Warney banked in a short runner with 30 seconds left to give Stony Brook its first lead and complete the Huskies’ (11-1) collapse.
Shawn Kemp Jr. scored 16 points, Nigel Williams-Goss added 14 and Washington pulled away in the second half for a 66-57 win over Tulane on Monday night. The Huskies improved to 11-0, matching the best start in Lorenzo Romar’s tenure as coach. Washington also started 11-0 during the 2005-06 season.
No. 17 Washington trailed Eastern Washington much of the game, but Nigel Williams-Goss and Darin Johnson hit 3-pointers on consecutive possessions in the final 1:16 to cap a big comeback in an 81-77 victory.
San Diego State (6-2) shot just 20.4 percent. It was the lowest shooting percentage for the Aztecs dating to 1996 and the second time this season under 25 percent in a game. They shot 24.6 percent in beating Cal State Bakersfield last month.
Andrew Andrews scored 20 points and Washington sunk six free throws in the final 48 seconds for the deciding points to edge UTEP 68-65 in the championship game of the Wooden Legacy
The Huskies fell to Utah 67-61, Wednesday, potentially ending the team’s 2013-14 campaign on a rather bitter note.