Washington travels to the Bay Area this weekend to face California and No. 12 Stanford.
Washington signee Deja Strother was named a McDonald's All-American on Wednesday, becoming the third in Husky women's basketball history.
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Washington earned its first Pac-12 weekend sweep of the season, knocking off Utah on Sunday morning at Alaska Airlines, 63-51.
Friday night belonged to Jazmine Davis as the senior guard set the Washington all-time scoring record, before leading the Dawgs on a furious comeback to beat Colorado 85-82 at Alaska Airlines Arena.
Washington returns to Alaska Airlines Arena this weekend to face Colorado (9-8, 2-4) on Friday evening at 7 p.m. and Utah (6-11, 0-6) on Sunday morning at 11 a.m
Washington sophomore guard was one of 20 players on the John R. Wooden Award Midseason Top-20 List.
Washington stayed with the No. 9 team in the country in a competitive back and forth game, but eventually fell to Oregon State, 75-67.
Washington pushed their Pac-12 record over .500, earning a 91-69 road win against Oregon.
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Washington continues Pac-12 play this weekend with a trip to face Northwest rivals Oregon and Oregon State.
Washington bounced back from Friday's frustrating loss to Stanford, beating California 79-77 to earn the weekend split against the two teams picked to finish first and second in the Pac-12.