MEMBER SIGN IN
Don't have an account? Click Here
Game Notes from Washington vs. Arizona State
Release: 12/29/2005
Send Mail Print RSS
Related Links

Recap |  Final Stats |  Photo Gallery

POST-GAME NOTES

o Washington's win extended its nation-leading home winning streak to 32 games with Thursday's win.

o The last time UW won its first 11 games in a season was 1975-76. That team won its first 14 games.

o Washington opened the second half with a 10-0 run. Arizona State did not score during the first 2:54 of the quarter and saw its deficit grow from two points (40-38) to 12 points (50-38).

o The Huskies committed only three turnovers in the game. That is the lowest amount ever for a UW team, surpassing the previous low of 6. That mark was reached seven times, most recently against USC on Feb. 6, 1993. It is also the lowest amount made by an ASU opponent during Rob Evans' tenure.

o Brandon Roy led all scorers with a career-high 35 points, marking the 26th time a Husky player has scored 35 or more in a game and the first time since Doug Wrenn scored 35 at Arizona Feb. 2, 2002. He was 5-of-5 from three-point range, setting a career-high for threes made in a game. Roy began the game 3-of-10 from the floor before making his next eight consecutive shots. The senior finished 13-of-22.

o Roy also became the 31st UW player to eclipse 1,000 points in a career. He came into the game with 971 points in his Husky career. Bobby Jones joined the elite group in Washington's game against Lehigh on Dec. 23 this season.

o Jamaal Williams tallied 12 points for UW. He has scored in double-digits in 10 of the Huskies 11 games this season. Roy has also scored 10 or more in 10 of Washington's games.

o After shooting 32.5% from the field in the first half, Washington shot at a 57.1% clip in the second half. The Sun Devils did the opposite, shooting 47.8% in the first before dropping off to 29% in the last half of play.

o Nine of Bobby Jones' 11 points came from the free throw line Thursday.

o Thursday marked the fourth game this season that a UW opponent has been held below 70 points. It also marked the seventh time this year that the Huskies have scored more than 90 points in a game.

Washington Men's Basketball
Boeing - Apple Cup
advertisement
Boeing - Apple Cup
Advertisement
Buy Tickets