Feb. 26, 2000
SEATTLE (AP) - Mark Madsen scored 16 points and grabbed 20 rebounds as No. 1 Stanford shut down Washington in a 77-52 win on Saturday.
David Moseley scored 13 points and Jarron Collins had 12 and 12 rebounds for Stanford (24-1, 13-1 Pac-10).
The Cardinal, who lead the nation in field goal percentage defense, held the Huskies to 32 percent shooting.
Chris Walcott scored 10 points for Washington (9-18, 4-11).
Walcott's 3-pointer with 13:54 remaining in the game capped a 12-4 Washington run that pulled the Huskies to within 46-35, but they got no closer.
Ryan Mendez scored five points as Stanford responded with a 13-4 run that put the game away.
Stanford has won six straight over the Huskies, the longest Cardinal streak in the history of the series.
The Cardinal jumped out to a 17-2 lead 6:05 into the game. During that stretch the Huskies hit just one of their first nine shots from the field and were outrebounded by Madsen 7-5.
With Stanford leading by 12 points, Madsen scored four points as Stanford outscored Washington 12-6 during the final five minutes of the first half to take a 39-21 halftime lead.
The Cardinal have won their last three games by a total of 113 points, a school record.