March 13, 2009
Washington's 21 first half points was its fewest (in the first half) since 20 points vs. WSU in 2007-08 and the fewest this season (earlier this year, the Huskies scored 22 first half points in a 73-54 loss to Kansas).
The Huskies 17-point halftime deficit (38-21) was it's largest this season (previously it was 10 points, 32-22 vs. Kansas).
Washington shot .375 (24-64) from the field, its third lowest percentage this season
Jon Brockman tallied 13 points and six rebounds. His career total of 1,775 points moves him into second-place on the Washington career scoring chart, ahead of Bob Houbregs (1,774/1951-53). In first place is Chris Welp (2,073/1984-87).
Washington's 25 wins is the fourth highest total in school history
Entering tonight's game in Pac-10 Tourney team stats - UW led in scoring (85.0), scoring margin (+12.0, tied with ASU), 3-pt. FG% (.556,5-9), steals (12.0) and defensive rebounds (37.0).
Entering tonight's game in Pac-10 Tournament individual stats - Jon Brockman was the fifth leading scorer (20.0)and ninth rebounder (8.0); Venoy Overton and Elston Turner led (tied) in FG% (3-4), Justin Detmon led (tied) in steals (3.0), Turner led in 3-pt. FG% (1.000, 3-3), Matt Bryan-Amaning led (tied) in blocked shots (3.0).
The Huskies entered tonight's game with a 3-0 mark in Pac-10 Tournament semi-final contests.