Notes From The Huskies Loss To UCLA
Jan. 23, 2010
UCLA at Washington
Seattle, Wash. (Bank of America Arena)
FINAL SCORE: UCLA 69, Washington 65
Team Records and Series Notes
Washington fell to 8-10, 3-5 in the Pac-10. UCLA improved to 12-6, 5-2.
The Huskies have lost four straight Pac-10 games. This streak is the longest for the Huskies since they lost 12 straight Pac-10 games last year.
UCLA snapped Washington one-game streak in this series. Overall, the Huskies still lead 27-22 over the Bruins.
Team Game Notes
Line-up: Sami Whitcomb, Mackenzie Argens, Regina Rogers, Sarah Morton and Kristi Kingma. Washington has used this lineup in all but one game this season (BYU).
The last time the Huskies lost back-to-back Pac-10 games by identical scores came in 1993, when they fell to USC and Arizona State by identical, 74-61, margins. Washington fell 69-65 to both USC and UCLA this weekend.
Individual Game Notes
Sami Whitcomb scored 38 points against the LA schools, the most the senior has tallied in a pair of Pac-10 games this season.
Regina Rogers was held scoreless for the second time this season.
The 23 rebounds for Washington were a season-low.
Sarah Morton finished the weekend against the LA schools with eight assists and just two turnovers, her best A/TO ratio in a Pac-10 series.
The Huskies have not allowed an opponent to produce two 20-game scorers until today's game against UCLA
The Huskies bench outscored UCLA's bench, 31 to 18. The 14-point advantage was the best for Washington since the team outscored Seattle's bench, 18-4 back in December.