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Washington 85, Stanford 73
Release: 03/12/2009
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March 12, 2009

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  • Washington led 38-35 at halftime and is now 21-3 this season when leading at the half. The score was tied 14-14, with 9:54 left in the first half, the remainder of the Huskies 71 points came in the game's final 30 minutes.

  • This is Washington's first win this season on a neutral court. Washington earlier this year lost to Kansas and Florida at the Sprint Center in Kansas City.

  • Jon Brockman moved into third-place on the school's career scoring chart with his first basket of the game (16:39 in first half). With his team-high 20 points, and eight rebounds, he now has a career-point total of 1,762. His school career record in rebounds (1,245) is fourth in Pac-10 history. He's the only player in UW history and fourth in Pac-10 history, to surpass 1,700 career points and 1,200 rebounds. His 58 career-double doubles is most of any active collegiate player.

  • Matthew Bryan-Amaning's career-high three blocked shots gives him nine blocked shots in the last five games.

  • Quincy Pondexter's 11 points and Isaiah Thomas' 14 points all came in the second half. Thomas, who set a school freshman record in scoring (491), had a career-high nine rebounds.

  • Washington's .556% effort from the three-point line (5-9), is its second-best this season (.571, 4-7 vs. Morgan State).

  • UW beat Stanford three times this year, including (84-83/Seattle) and (75-68/Palo Alto). Stanford does lead the series 69-62. Husky coach Lorenzo Romar is 9-8 vs. Stanford, winning the last three games in the series.

  • This is Washington's sixth consecutive win, have won nine of the last 10.

    The Huskies are the No. 1 seed for first time in the Pac-10 Tournament.

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