Notes From The Huskies Loss To UCLA

Jan. 23, 2010

Recap | Final Stats

Post-Game Notes
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.

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