Huskies Remain Unbeaten in Pac-10 Play
January 9, 1999
SEATTLE (AP) - Megan Franza scored a career-high 24 points and tied a career high with six 3-pointers as Washington defeated Arizona 73-63 Saturday.
Jamie Redd became the second-leading scorer in school history and Amber Hall became the third-leading rebounder in school history as the Huskies won their fourth game in a row.
Hall scored 16 points and Redd 14 for Washington (7-5, 3-0 Pac-10).
Angela Lackey had 14 points while Reshea Bristol and Felecity Willis added 13 apiece for Arizona (6-7, 1-3), which has lost four of its last five.
Redd has 1,752 career points and needs 50 more this season to surpass Rhonda Smith for first place on Washington's all-time list.
Hall grabbed a season-high 17 rebounds and has 828 in her career. She needs 155 more this season to surpass Carlin McClary as Washington's career leader.
The Huskies closed out the final five minutes of the first half with a 17-6 run that featured 11 points and a steal by Franza.
Franza capped the run with three 3-pointers that gave Washington a 42-30 halftime lead.
After four ties and four lead changes in the first half, Washington led throughout the second half.
Arizona closed to within 57-54 on a put-back by Tatum Brown with 5:27 remaining, but Redd scored all of Washington's points during a 10-4 Huskies' run that put the game out of reach.
The Huskies hold a 22-4 lead in the all-time series between the two schools.