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Washington vs. Arizona Postgame Notes
Release: 01/15/2000
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Jan. 15, 2000

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Arizona guard Lisa Griffith established a new career-high in points with 26. Griffith's seven three-pointers made tied her own school record.

Under head coach Joan Bonvicini, the Wildcats are 79-9 when scoring 80 points or more.

Husky guard Loree Payne's 27 points were one shy of a career-high. The freshman also achieved career highs for three point field goals made and attempted, with 5 of 12.

After entering the game with 12:24 to go in the first half, Husky freshman Emily Autrey scored 5 quick points to spark UW to an 8-0 run over the next three minutes, giving the Huskies a 25-22 lead. Autrey later scored 4 of UW's 5 points during a 5-0 second-half run that brought the Huskies within nine at 84-75.

Arizona's 96 points were a UW opponent season-high.

Arizona senior Felecity Willis scored a double-double with 15 points and 10 assists.

Washington achieved season-highs for three points made and attempted, hitting 10 of 24 shots from beyond the arc.

Washington held Arizona's bench to just 13 points in todays game. Entering the game, the Wildcat reserves were averaging 31.4 points/game.

Arizona is now 12-3 when three or more players score in double digits. Lisa Griffith, Angela Lackey, and Felecity Willis scored 26, 24, and 15, respectively.

This was the Wildacts first-ever win over the Huskies in Seattle, ending an 0-13 streak. NOTE: The Wildcats have STILL never beaten the Huskies in Hec Edmundson Pavilion.

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