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Sacramento State vs. Washington Game Notes
Release: 11/19/2006
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Nov. 19, 2006

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Washington vs. Sacramento State
11/19/06

Washington's 11 blocks is the highest for the team since 1/10/02, when the Huskies recorded 10 blocks against Arizona State.

Spencer Hawes's six blocks is the highest for a Washington player since 1/2/04, when Hakeem Rollins blocked six shots against California. Hawes is averaging 3.25 blocks/game.

Hawes was 7-7 from the field today. Washington's record for field goal percentage is 100%, set by Todd MacCulloch on 2/29/96. MacCulloch was 10-10 from the field.

Quincy Pondexter's 22 points is a new season-high for the freshman. His previous high of 21 came in Washington's first game against Pepperdine.

The Huskies have gone 4-0 despite losing the turnover battle in every game this season. Here is the breakdown: Pepperdine 24-23, Nicholls State 23-20, Northern Iowa 17-17, and Sacramento State 24-11.

Washington has had a different leading scorer in every game this season. Brockman lead the Huskies with 25 points in the opener against Pepperdine, Burmeister was the go-to-guy against Nicholls State with 17 points, Justin Dentmon dropped 17 points against Northern Iowa, and Pondexter had 22 today.

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