Desmond Simmons is the recipient of three awards, including the Wurster Award and Industrial Award
Terrence Ross scores 25, Tony Wroten scores 22, Sherrer starts -- and the Huskies stay atop the Pac-12 with a huge win over Arizona, 79-70. WSU is up next, in Pullman.
Washington hosts Arizona on senior day, tomorrow at 12 p.m. in Alaska Airlines Arena.
Terrence Ross erupts again in the 2nd half in a 77-69 victory that keeps the Huskies tied with California atop the Pac-12 with four games remaining in the regular season.
UW players watch Memphis on Wednesday, followed by Lion King on Thursday.
Sherrer Quick Notes
2011-12 (Senior) - Played in 8 games, making one start on senior day vs. Arizona ... has played in 31 career games -- all wins. 29 games, including his first 28 appearances, were all in wins by 17 points or more until he played in ASU game (8 pt win) and Arizona (9 pt win) ... scored 2 points on his first career free throw makes and grabbed a rebound during the World Vision Classic ... played 2 minutes in exhibition opener (did not score) ... played 2 mins vs. Ga. State and missed his only field goal attempt ... 3 mins vs. Portland, hitting 2 free throws ... grabbed a career high 3 rebounds in 4 minutes vs. Houston Baptist ... played 3 minutes vs. USC to snap a streak of DNP's over 11 games ... dished his first career assist vs. USC ... played in both games of the ASU/AZ series ... launched a 3-point shot vs. Arizona State ... made his first career start as part of senior day vs. Arizona and played 3 minutes and grabbed a rebound.
2010-11 (Junior) - Honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic team member ... played in 13 games, averaging 0.3 points in 2.5 minutes per appearance ... has played in 23 games during his career, all wins by at least 18 points ... scored first two points of the year vs. Texas Tech on a pick-and-roll lay up ... had two points in four minutes vs. San Francisco ... played a career high 5 minutes vs. Cal, recording his second career steal and picking up 2 fouls ... missed four games with a staph infection under his arm.
2009-10 (Sophomore) - Anointed "Human Victory Cigar" due to appearances in 10 UW wins that were decided by 10+ points...was a member of the UW student section, the "Dawg Pack" as a freshman...was the only player from an open walk on tryout held on Oct. 22 to make the team...officially joined the squad on Nov. 2...made his Husky debut vs. Belmont, playing 2 minutes...career-high 3 minutes vs. Stanford...made his first career-field goal vs. Seattle U, which brought the Bank of America Arena house down...came back four days later to score against WSU, eliciting the same wild ruckus...grabbed first career rebound vs. UCLA on Feb. 20...missed WSU trip while in the hospital with an infection and at Oregon schools & Pac-10 Tournament while recovering from that illness...made an appearance in the game against New Mexico and attempted his first two career free throws.
High School and Personal - Added to the team as a walkon on Nov. 2, 2009 ... played high school basketball at Archbishop Murphy, helping his team to the 2A Washington State Championships as a senior ... earned the most improved player award three years in a row ... was a member of the National Honor Society ... completed around 100 hours of community service at various organizations including the Monroe Food Bank, Valley General Hospital, Housing Hope, Everett Boys and Girls Club and All God's Children ... has spent the last five summers commercially fishing salmon in Bristol Bay, Alaska.