Washington fell 85-78 in the second round of the WNIT to finish the season with a record of 21-12.
Washington begins what it hopes will be a deep run in the WNIT by hosting Eastern Washington on Friday at 7 p.m.
Jazmine Davis scores 17 points but makes just five of 20 shots, and the fifth-seeded Huskies (20-11) exit the Pac-12 tournament in the second round with a 70-59 loss to fourth-seeded Colorado. A WNIT bid is most likely.
The fifth-seeded Huskies' best chances to beat 12th-seeded Oregon Thursday night and then perhaps fourth-seeded Colorado Friday at KeyArena lie not necessarily with their scorer but with who sets them up.
By suspending three players - including two top scorers- for Thursday's huge game vs. No. 4 Stanford UW coach Kevin McGuff is leaving his team with just 7 players. Yet he's building the Huskies the right way, for the longer term.
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