Washington couldn't hold a big first-half lead, falling at home to Oregon, 75-63.
No. 24 Washington had won its last three home games against AP top-10 opponents, but could not make it four-straight, falling to No. 9 Oregon State on Friday night at Alaska Airlines Arena, 61-53.
No. 24 Washington (16-5, 7-3 Pac-12) returns home this weekend to host No. 9 Oregon State (18-3, 9-1) and Oregon (15-6, 4-6).
Washington earned a split in the Bay Area, bouncing back from Friday's loss to defeat California, 75-65.
Washington entered Friday's game with Stanford ranked in the AP Top-25 for the first time in 13 years, but could overcome an even longer drought, winning in Palo Alto.
Thursday, Washington point guard Kelsey Plum was named to the Dawn Staley Award Mid-Season Watch List.
The Dawgs head back out on the road this weekend, traveling to the Bay Area to face No. 16 Stanford and California.
When the text messages started to roll in, Mike Neighbors was initially perplexed.
The rebuild of the Washington women's basketball program took another big step forward on Monday as the Huskies were ranked inside the AP Top-25 for the first time since March 3, 2003.
Washington guard Kelsey Plum has been named to the Ann Meyers Drysdale Award midseason watch list for the women's national player of the year.
The Huskies kept it rolling, closing out Washington State with a big fourth quarter, 69-63.
When Kelsey Plum was going through the recruiting process, her mother, Katie, told her to be respectful of the coaches who wanted to talk to the standout about joining their programs.