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2012-13 Husky Basketball
2012-13 Men’s Basketball
University of Washington
Athletic Communications
• Box 354070 • Graves Hall • Seattle, WA 98195 • (206) 543-2230 •
www.GoHuskies.com
SID Contact
: Brian Tom (briantom@uw.edu)
UW Dir. of Writing
: Gregg Bell (ghbell@uw.edu)
Men’s Basketball Twitter
: @UW_MBB
Washington Huskies Game Notes - NIT Tournament March 14, 2013 
Washington Huskies
 
(18-15,9-9)
vs.
BYU Cougars
 
(21-11, 10-6)
 
The No. 6 seed Huskies will play the No. 3 seed Cougars on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. PT in the Marriott Center.
2012-13 Washington Player Notes
(Projected Starters In Bold)
 
No. Name PPG RPG APG* Notes0 Abdul Gaddy
(G, 6-3, Sr.)
11.0 3.2 4.5
Captain ...148 assts is 6th highest total in UW season history ... 460 career assists ranks 3rd all-time ... 11 vs. WSU
5 Aziz N’Diaye
(C, 7-0, Sr.)
8.9 9.2 1.2*
4th Husky in last 40 yrs w/300 rebounds in a season (Brockman, MacCulloch, Welp) ... 10+ rebs in 17 gms ... speaks 4 languages
15 Scott Suggs
(G, 6-6, Sr.)
12.4 2.2 1.4 Captain ... 18 ppg last 6, 40x66 FG (.606) & 20x39 3pt (.513) ... FT% of .867 is 5th all-time in UW season history
 
23 C.J. Wilcox
(G, 6-5, Jr.)
16.7 4.4 2.0 2nd TM All-P12 ...
20+ pts 13x in 2013, 21x career ... 3rd P12 3-pts, 6th ppg, 15th blks ...1,273 pts
ranks 24th all-time UW
40 Shawn Kemp, Jr.
(F, 6-9, So.)
6.0 2.7 0.6*
7.9 ppg & 3.2 rpg in 13 starts; 4.1 ppg & 2.2 rpg off bench ... 10+ pts 6 gms ... missed first 7 gms with torn meniscus
2 Perris Blackwell 
(F, 6-9, Sr.) 
Redshirt Must sit out after transferring from San Francisco ... HM All-WCC ... 13th nationally with 57.5 FG% ... 12.7 ppg, 6.1 rpg.
4 Hikeem Stewart
(G, 6-2, So.)
0.5 0.3 0.6
Scored a career-hi 6 pts @SeattleU ... career-hi 17 mins vs. Fullerton ... 10+ mins 5 gms, just 16 min in Pac12 ... has twin brother
10 Martin Breunig
(F, 6-8, So.)
0.1 0.8 0.1 3 mins in Pac12 play ... career-hi 16 mins vs. Colo St. ... shot 53.6% from the field in 2012 ... 5th German player at UW12 Andrew Andrews
(G, 6-2, RS-Fr.)
7.7 3.0 2.3
10th all-time in UW freshman history with 68 assists ... 10+ pts 8x this year, 6 on weekend games ... birth name Andrew Ray
14 Dion Overstreet (G, 5-9, Jr.) 0.7 0.0 0.0
Scored first 2 pts vs. Cal Poly... avg 13.9 ppg, 2.8 assts, 3.3 rpg for Edmonds CC in 2010-11 ... child TV & commercial actor
22 Quinn Sterling (G, 6-4, So.) 0.0 0.0 0.0
Debuted vs. CS-Fullerton after missing 6 gms with stress fracture ... All-Kingco as a JR at Mercer Island ... All-State water polo
30 Desmond Simmons
(F, 6-7, So.)
4.8 6.6 0.9 2nd on team in rebs, 3rd in stls & 4th blocks...team-best 12+ rebs in 6 gms ... 14th P12 in reb & 10th off. rebs/gm ... 3 dbl-dbls
33 Jernard Jarreau
(F, 6-10, RS-Fr.)
3.2 2.7 0.4*
Career high 12 pts (8x8 FT) also 2 blocks vs. USC ... started first 7 gms ... RS last year & gained 25 lbs. since coming to UW
34 Gilles Dierickx 
(F, 6-11, So.) 
Redshirt Must sit out after transferring from Fla. Int’l, where he played for Isiah Thomas ... started 15 gms & avg. 2.6 ppg, 2.2 reb 
*blocks per game
Time / Date Opponent (TV/UW Rank) Result ScoreO. 24 Western Washington
(Exh)
W 88-78N. 11 ^Loyola-Maryland (Pac-12 Net) W 85-63N. 13 ^Albany (Pac-12 Net) L 62-63
N. 17 ^vs. Seton Hall (ESPN 3) W 84-73
(ot)
N. 18 ^vs. #4 Ohio St. (ESPN2) L 66-77
N. 24 Colorado State (Pac-12 Net) L 55-73N. 28 Saint Louis (Pac-12 Net) W 66-61D. 2 Cal-State Fullerton (Pac-12 Net) W 74-72D. 8 Nevada (Pac-12 Net) L 73-76
D. 13 at Seattle University (ROOT Sports) W 87-74
D. 15 Jackson State (Pac-12 Net) W 75-67D. 20 Cal Poly (Pac-12 Net) W 75-62D. 22 Northern Illinois (Pac-12 Net) W 67-57
D. 29 at Connecticut (ESPN2) L 53-61J. 5 *at Washington State (ESPNU) W 68-63J. 9 *at California (ESPN2) W 62-47J. 12 *at Stanford (FSN/ROOT) W 65-60
J. 16 *Colorado (Pac-12 Net) W 64-54J. 19 *Utah (ESPNU) L 65-74
J. 23 *at Oregon State (Pac-12 Net) L 66-74J. 26 *at #16 Oregon (Pac-12 Net) L 76-81
J. 31 *#8 Arizona (ESPN) L 53-57F. 2 *Arizona State (ESPNU) W 96-92
F. 7 *at UCLA (ESPN) L 57-59F. 10 *at USC (FSN/ROOT) L 60-71
F. 13 *#23 Oregon (ESPN2) L 52-65F. 16 *Oregon State (FSN/ROOT) W 72-62
F. 20 *at #12 Arizona (ESPN2) L 52-70F. 23 *at Arizona State (ESPNU) W 68-59
M. 3 *Washington State (FSN/ROOT) W 72-68M. 6 *USC (Pac-12 Net) W 65-57M. 9 *#23 UCLA (CBS) L 54-61M. 13 %vs. WSU
(Pac-12 Net)
W 64-62M. 14 %vs. Oregon (ESPNU)
L 77-80
(ot)
M. 19 =at BYU (ESPN)
6:30 p.m.
Home Games in
Bold
; * Pacific-12 Conference Game; ^ Tip-Off Hallof Fame Tournament.; % Pac-12 Tournament; = NIT Tournament; Alltimes listed Pacific & subject to change; TV in parenthesis.
Washington Huskies
2012-13 Record: 18-15 overall, 9-9 Pac-12
Huskies Post-Season Bound Again
UW will be making its sixth-consecutive post-season appearance,second-straight NIT tournament and seventh overall NIT when theyface No. 3 seed BYU (21-11) on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in Provo, Utahat the Marriott Center. Washington (18-15) earned the sixth-seeda year after earning a No. 1 seed and making it all the way to theNIT semifinals in New York City. The winner will play Tennesseeor Mercer. UW-BYU have NIT history dating back to 1982 whenthe Huskies traveled to Provo and beat the Cougars 66-63. It wasWashington’s first-ever NIT win.
ESPN
will broadcast Tuesday’sgame at the Marriott Center with
Roxy Bernstein
and
SeanFarnham
calling the action. Locally, the game will be broadcastover the radiowaves by
IMG College Sports Network
and
KJRSportsradio 950 AM
and
102.9 FM
with
Bob Rondeau
and
Ja-son Hamilton
calling the action. In addition, UW Director of Writ-ing
Gregg Bell
will chat live from press row for
GoHuskies.com
.
Washington vs. BYU History 
Washington owns a 10-8 series lead over the Cougars since theteams first met in 1951 in the NCAA Regional Third-Place game.The #15 Huskies won that contest 80-67 over #11 BYU in KansasCity, Mo. That meeting was the lone neutral site game of the se-
Game Info
Tuesday, March 19
UW vs. BYU 6:30 p.m. PT
Marriott Center (20,900) 
TV
: ESPN 
(Roxy Bernstein and Sean Farnham)
Radio
: KJR 950 AM & 102.9 FM(Bob Rondeau and Jason Hamilton)
All-Time vs. BYU
: UW leads, 10-8
Last Time
: W, 83-68, 12/9/97
Romar vs. BYU
: 0-1
Steak
: UW won 3ries. Washington is 4-4 all-time in Provo (5-4 in Seattle). The Hus-kies won the last time the two teams met, 83-68 on Dec. 9, 1997 at the Marriott Center. Deon Luton had 18points to counter 31 points from BYU’s Wesley Mekeli. The Huskies have won the last three meetings betweenthe two teams. They swept a home-and-home series in 1997 & 1998, plus won at Hec Edmundson Pavilion in1986. The last time BYU beat the Huskies was Dec. 22, 1984 when the Cougars knocked off 7th-ranked UW84-75 in Provo. That Husky team featured current UW assistant Paul Fortier and would go on to the NCAAtournament.
Lorenzo Romar
is 0-1 all-time against BYU, with a lone loss coming as head coach of Pepperdineduring the 1998 season. Dave Rose has never faced the Huskies. UW junior
C.J. Wilcox
played his high schoolball in nearby Pleasant Grove, Utah and was AAU teammates with BYU standout Tyler Haws.
Last Time Vs.
BYU (12/9/97)
Deon Luton sparked a Husky surge with 8 of his 18 points to help Washington defeat BYU 83-68 at the MarriottCenter. The Huskies trailed 9-7 before Luton hit back-to-back 3-pointers to start a 14-2 run that put UW aheadfor good at 21-11 with 9:16 left in the first half. Patrick Femerling totaled 11 of his 13 points in the 2nd half andThalo Green added 10 points for UW. Wesley Mekeli poured in 31 to pace BYU which also got 16 from JustinWeidauer and 11 from Danny Bower. Those three combined for 58 of BYU’s 68 points. Washington shot 55percent (31-56) from the field, including 8-of-15 from 3-pt range.
 
2012-13 Husky Basketball
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Washington NIT Records
TEAM RECORDS
Points
UW 98, at Montana State, 3/11/87OPP 93, UNLV, 3/7/80
Field Goals Made
UW 37, at Montana State, 3/11/87OPP 38, UNLV, 3/7/80
Field Goals Attempted
UW 78, at UNLV, 3/7/80
OPP 69, twice, last Montana State, 3/11/87
Field Goal Percent (min. 10 att.)
UW .658 (25-38), vs. Boise State, 3/16/87OPP .551 (38-69), UNLV, 3/7/80
3-PT Makes
UW 11, vs. Northwestern, 3/16/12OPP 13, Montana State, 3/11/87
3-PT Attempts
UW 32, vs. Northwestern, 3/16/12OPP 27, Montana State, 3/11/87
Free Throws Made
UW 27, vs. Oregon, 3/20/12OPP 30, Nebraska, 3/21/87
Free Throws Attempted
UW 35, vs. Oregon, 3/20/12OPP 38, Nebraska, 3/21/87
Free Throw Percent (min. 5 att.)
UW .826 (19-23), vs. Texas A&M, 3/15/82OPP .862 (15-17), Montana State, 3/11/87
Rebounds
UW 45, at UNLV, 3/7/80OPP 47, UNLV, 3/7/80
Assists
UW 22, at UNLV, 3/7/80OPP 31, UNLV, 3/7/80
Blocked Shots
UW 5, twice, last at Montana State, 3/11/87OPP 9, Michigan State, 3/13/96
Steals
UW 11, vs. Minnesota, 3/27/12OPP 15, Nebraska, 3/12/97
UW INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
Points
UW 32, Terrence Ross, vs. Northwestern, 3/16/12OPP 25, Kral Ferch, Montana State, 3/11/87
Rebounds
UW 13, Mark Sanford at Nebraska, 3/12/97OPP 14, Michael Joh nson, UNLV, 3/7/80
Assists
UW 10, Abdul Gaddy, vs. Oregon, 3/20/12OPP 10, Flintie Ray Williams, UNLV, 3/7/80
Blocked Shots
UW 3, Phil Zevenbergen at Montana State, 3/11/87OPP 4, 3 times, last by Reggie Hearn, NW., 3/16/12
Steals
UW 4, on 3 occasionsOPP 6, Cookie Belcher, Nebraska, 3/12/97
Field Goals Made
UW 11, Chris Welp at at Montana State, 3/11/87OPP 8, on five occasions
Field Goals Attempted
UW 25, Greg Hill at Nebraska, 3/21/87OPP 18, Tom Domako, Montana State, 3/11/87
Field Goals Percent (min. 10 att.)
UW
.700 (7-10), Chris Welp vs. Boise St., 3/16/87
OPP
.636 (7-11), Kral Ferch,
Montana State, 3/11/87
3-Pointers Made
UW 6, Terrence Ross vs. Northwestern, 3/16/12OPP 5, 2 times, last by John Shurna, NW, 3/16/12
3-Pointers Attempted
UW 14, Terrence Ross vs. Northwestern, 3/16/12OPP 10, 2 times, last by Devoe Joseph, Ore, 3/20/12
Free Throws Made
UW 10, 2 times, last by Tony Wroten vs. Ore, 3/20/12OPP 12, Fred Roberts, Brigham Young, 3/10/82
Free Throws Attempted
UW 14, Tony Wroten vs. Oregon, 3/20/12OPP
12, twice, last LaMarcus Reed, UT Arlington, 3/13/12
Free Throw Percent (min. 5 att.)
UW 6-6, 3 times, last C.J. Wilcox, vs. Ore, 3/20/12OPP 12-12, Fred Roberts, Brigham Young, 3/10/82
1980 (0-1)
Lost to UNLV, 93-73 (Bob Fronk, 12)March 7, 1980; First Round, Las Vegas, Nev.
1982 (1-1)
Defeated BYU, 66-63 (Alvin Vaughn, 23)March 10, 1982; First Round, Provo, UtahLost to Texas A&M, 69-65 (Dan Caldwell, 20)March 15, 1982; Second Round, Seattle, Wash.
1987 (2-1)
Defeated Montana State, 98-90 (Greg Hill, 26)March 11, 1987; First Round, Bozeman, Mont.Defeated Boise State, 73-64 (Greg Hill, 24)March 16, 1987; Second Round, Seattle, Wash.Lost to Nebraska, 81-76 (Greg Hill, 25)March 21, 1987; Third Round, Lincoln, Neb.
UW NIT History 
Washington is making its second appearance in theNIT since 1997 and its seventh overall trip to the post-season tournament. The Huskies also played in the2012, 1997, 1996, 1987, 1982 and 1980 NIT and havecompiled a 6-6 overall record. They recorded their firstvictory in 25 years on March 13, 2012 vs. UT Arling-ton. The Huskies have hosted five games and are 4-1in those home contests. The Dawgs are 2-4 on the roadand 0-1 in New York City. The Huskies have lost theirlast three road NIT games and last on a visiting floor in1997 against Nebraska. The last NIT road win for UWwas 1987 at Montana State. UW’s only other road wincame at BYU in 1982.
Post-Seasons Under Romar
For the sixth-straight year Washington is making apost-season appearance. After playing in the 2008CBI, UW made three consecutive NCAA Tournamentappearances and the 2012 NIT. In all, UW has made 9post-season tournaments in Lorenzo Romar’s 11 yearstenure. The Huskies are 11-8 in post-season tourna-ments, including 8-6 in six NCAA appearances and 0-1in the 2008 CBI and 3-1 in NIT appearances. This marksthe secon NIT appearance for UW under Romar. Romarled his Pepperdine Waves to the 1999 NIT in his lastseason coaching there and lost in the first round.
UW’s 2012 NIT Run
The Huskies were a No. 1 seed for the 2012 NIT andadvanced all the way to the semifinals in New YorkCity before falling in overtime, 68-67, to Minnesota atMadison Square Garden. Terrence Ross played his beststretch of basketball during the Huskies four-game run,averaging 25 points per game and earning a spot onthe NIT all-tournament team. The Huskies played theirfirst three games of the tournament at home, handlingbusiness over UT Arlington (82-72) and Northwestern(76-55) before taking down their Pac-12 rival OregonDucks in the quarterfinals. In front of an electric at-mosphere, UW beat the Ducks 90-86 behind Ross’ 24points to book their second trip to NYC of the season.The Huskies were the top seed in NYC, but Minnesotagave the Dawgs all they could handle. The Golden Go-phers led 38-26 at halftime before Washington wasable to mount a furious second-half rally. A C.J. Wilcoxsteal and bucket tied the game with 15-second left inregulation, ultimately forcing overtime, but the Huskiesfell just short, ending their season with a 24-11 record.
UW In The NIT Noteworthy 
• The Huskies advanced to the NIT semifinals in NYCfor the first time in team history.• The Huskies averaged 78.8 ppg and were +8.5 in thescoring margin.• Terrence Ross averaged 25.0 ppg and 5.5 rpg, includ-ing a career-high 32 points vs. Northwestern. He was15-of-37 (.405) from 3-point range and a perfect 15-of-15 from the FT line.• UW is shooting 70.8% from the line (68-for-96) aftershooting 61% during the first regular season.• Abdul Gaddy averaged 7.0 apg and recorded his firstcareer double-double with 11 pts and 10 assts vs. Or-egon.• C.J. Wilcox was 2nd in scoring with 16.0 ppg.
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2012-13 Washington Men’s Basketball NIT Info
1996 (0-1)
Lost to Michigan State, 64-50 (Mark Sanford, 12)March 13, 1996; First Round East Lansing, Mich.
1997 (0-1)
Lost to Nebraska, 67-63 (Mark Sanford, 20)March 12, 1997; First Round, Lincoln, Neb.
2012 (3-1)
Defeated UT Arlington, 82-72 (Terrence Ross, 23)March 13, 2012; First Round, Seattle, Wash.Defeated Northwestern, 76-55 (Terrence Ross, 32)March 16, 2012; Second Round, Seattle, Wash.Defeated Oregon, 90-86 (Terrence Ross, 24)March 20, 2012; Quarterfinals, Seattle, Wash.Lost to Minnesota, 68-67 (ot) (Terrence Ross, 21)March 27, 2012; Semifinals, New York, N.Y.
Total Number of Appearances:
7 (2013, 2012, 1997, 1996, 1987, 1982, 1980)
Furthest Advanced:
Semifinals, 2012
All-Time Record
: 6-6 overall (4-1 home, 2-4 away, 0-1 in NYC)
 
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   7   7
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