o The Huskies have not lost three consecutive home games since 2003 when they were defeated by Arizona, Arizona State, and Oregon State in consecutive games at Bank of America Arena.
Washington missed its first 11 shots before Ryan Appleby made a lay-in with 14:21 left in the first half.
o The Huskies were 10-of-38 in the first half. That's their lowest total of made field goals in a first half this season and their lowest field goal percentage (.263) in a first half this season. Their previous lows were 12 field goals made (at UCLA and vs. Washington State) and 32.5% shooting against Arizona State.
o Oregon State matched a first half low for UW opponents with seven field goals made. Lehigh also made just seven shots in the first half against the Huskies.
o Only two Husky players finished with double-figure points in the game. That's the third time this season and the second time in as many home games. Brandon Roy scored 27 and Justin Dentmon scored 12 against Washington State (Jan. 7).
o Thursday marked the seventh time this season a Husky opponent made 10 or fewer field goals in the first half.
o The Beavers committed 16 turnovers in the first half and 28 in the game. That marks the team's highest amount of miscues in a game this year.
o The Huskies finished the game shooting .333 from the field. Washington's previous lowest was 38.3% against Lehigh (Dec. 23).
o Justin Dentmon caused a career-high four steals in the game.