Dec. 31, 2005
o Washington's 32-game home winning streak was snapped with Saturday's loss. It was the longest home winning streak in the nation.
o Saturday was Washington's first double overtime since Feb. 13,1988 against Stanford (W, 84-82).
o Brandon Roy led Washington with 35 points, tying his career-high that was set Thursday. The performance made him the seventh UW player to score 35 points or more in a game twice. The others include Bob Houbregs (five times), Chris Welp (three times), Bill Hanson (twice), Louie Nelson (twice), George Irvine (twice) and Mark Sanford (twice).
o Roy also grabbed 11 rebounds to earn his second double-double of the season.
o Jamaal Williams scored 22 for UW. It is the first time since Dec. 16 against Eastern Washington that two Husky players scored 20 or more and the third time this season.
o Justin Dentmon pulled down a career-high eight rebounds. His previous-best was six. The freshman also fouled out for the first time in his career Saturday. He was one of four Huskies to foul out in the game. The last time that happened was Feb. 10, 2005 at Oregon. Along with Dentmon, Roy, Bobby Jones and Jon Brockman earned five fouls.
o The Wildcats have now played in three overtime games this season (Saturday was their first double overtime). They are 2-1 in those contests. The others were against Michigan State (L, 71-74) and Western Kentucky (W, 86-81).
o Arizona was 1-of-15 (6.7%) from three-point range in the first half. Then, in the second half and overtimes, they were 8-of-15 (53.3%).