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Washington vs. Oregon Post-Game Notes
Release: 02/20/2000
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Feb. 20, 2000

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  • Oregon's final basket, a short jumper by Angelina Wolvert, gave Oregon its first lead since holding a 53-52 advantage with 12:14 remaining in the second half.
  • The Ducks held Washington scoreless in the final 3:52, closing the game on a 10-0 run. After sophomore guard Shaquala Williams fouled out with 6:50 remaining, Oregon held a 10-9 advantage the rest of the way. It marked the first time in Williams' college career that she has fouled out of a game.
  • Washington's 36-34 lead at halftime was its first halftime lead since Dec. 19 vs Oklahoma State in the championship game of the Seattle Times Husky Classic.
  • The Oregon win was its 9th consecutive victory over Washington, dating back to Feb. 8, 1995. Washington last defeated Oregon Jan. 13, 1995, 82-66 in Seattle. The one-point differential marks the closest game in the UW-Oregon series since a 68-67 Washington win on Jan. 22, 1988.
  • Pac-10 leading scorer Megan Franza finished the game with seven points, her second-lowest scoring output of the '99-2000 season. Franza recorded a season-low four points versus Oregon State Thursday.
  • Over the course of the game the lead changed hands 15 times, and the two teams were tied 10 times. Oregon took the lead for good with :11 remaining.
  • Husky freshman Loree Payne scored 24 points tonight, snapping a three-game stretch during which she scored 13, 9, and 11 points respectively, for a 10.3 average. Payne is the Pac-10's second-leading scorer, averaging 16.7 ppg.
  • The Huskies one-point loss was its slimmest defeat of the season.
  • The victory was the first-ever one-point victory for Oregon head coach Jody Runge.
  • With 20 points, Williams topped the 20-mark for the fourth consecutive time versus Washington. Williams has never scored less than 20 points against UW.
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