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Washington vs. Oregon Postgame Notes
Release: 01/21/2006
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POST-GAME NOTES

o Washington is now tied with UCLA atop the Pac-10 Conference standing with a record of 5-2. They were tied with Oregon and California to begin the day, but both of those teams lost.

o Saturday marked Washington's fourth consecutive win against Oregon. The last time the team did was against the Ducks was during the 1983-85 seasons. It also was the fourth consecutive loss for Oregon at Bank of America Arena.

o Three Husky players scored 15 points or more for the fourth time this season. The other times were against Eastern Washington (Dec. 16), Gonzaga (Dec. 4), and four players scored 15 or more against Loyola Marymount (Nov. 25). All four games were victories for the Huskies.

o Jamaal Williams scored 20 points for the first time in Pac-10 play this season. His previous Pac-10 best was 16 and his overall season-high is 26. It was the fifth time this year the Williams has scored 20 or more.

o With 10 rebounds, Jon Brockman has now recorded double-digit rebounds five times this season. No other UW player has done that more than three times.

o Washington's 51.6% shooting from the field is their best mark in Pac-10 play. Their previous-best was 50.8% at USC.

o UW's six free throw attempts was its lowest of the season. The team attempted eight against Lehigh.

o Mike Jensen's eight points tied his season-high.

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