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2011-12 Husky Basketball
2011-12 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
Pac-12 Tournament Release March. 15, 2012 
Washington (22-10, 14-4) vs. Northwestern (19-13, 8-10)
No. 1 seed Huskies, No. 4 Northwestern face off in NIT 2nd round on Friday at 7:00 p.m. (ESPNU) 
2011-12 Washington Player Notes
(Projected Starters In Bold)
 
No. Name PPG RPG APG* Notes0 Abdul Gaddy (G, 6-3, Jr.) 8.1 2.4 5.0
9.8 ppg, 6.5 apg in last 6 gms ... 160 assts are 4th most in UW season history ... T2nd in Pac-12 assts & 2nd in asst/TO ratio
5 Aziz N’Diaye (C, 7-0, Jr.) 8.0 7.4 1.1* 1st team P-12 All-Defensive ...
4th in Pac-12 rebs, 10th in blks (1.1 bpg) ... 10+ rebs 7x this yr., 10+ pts 10x ... 3 double-dbls
14 Tony Wroten (G, 6-5, Fr.) 16.4 4.9 3.8
P-12 Frosh of Year, 1st team all-P12 ... 1 of 5 Wayman Tisdale F.O.Y. candidates ... 1st among UW frosh in steals; 2nd in pts & assts
31 Terrence Ross (G, 6-6, So.) 15.5 6.5 1.4
1st Team all-P-12 ... ranks 5th scoring, 7th rebs ... also among blks, stls & 3-pt leaders ... 10+ pts in 29 of 32 games
44 Darnell Gant (F, 6-8, Sr.) 7.3 5.3 0.8
UW’s all-time record holder with 137 games played ... 3-consecutive 10 reb. games ... 10+ points 10x ... 2 double-dbls
4 Hikeem Stewart (G, 6-2, Fr.) 0.7 0.3 0.3 0 turnovers in 81 mins ... twin, Kadeem plays at E. Ariz Coll ... older twin bros, Lodrick (USC) & Rodrick (USC/Kansas)10 Martin Breunig
(F, 6-8, Fr.)
1.7 1.2 0.2* 5 pts, 2 reb, 1 career 3pt hoop at USC ... 5th German player at UW .... from same town (Leverkusen) as Detlef Schrempf12 Andrew Andrews (G, 6-2, Fr.) Redshirting Redshirtting ... hit a pair of FT’s in 5 mins vs. SPU ... avg 24 pts, 5 assts & was 2011 Oregon 5A State Player of Year15 Scott Suggs (G, 6-6, Sr.) Redshirting
Announced he would redshirt on Dec. 9 ... right foot surgery on Oct. 14 ... ranked 3rd in 2011 in Pac10 in 3-pt FG pct (45.0%)
20 Alex Wegner (F, 6-7, Fr.) 1.0 0.3 0.0 Hit 3-pointers vs. Ga St. & vs. Port ... avg. 22.9 ppg, 11.7 rpg, 1.8 spg and 2.4 bpg as a senior at Vashon Island23 C.J. Wilcox (G, 6-5, So.)
 
14.0 3.3 1.0
HM All-Pac12 ...128 career 3-pt FGs ... 3rd Pac12 in FT% (.831), 6th 3-pt FGs per game (2.1), 7th in ppg ... has stress fracture in left femur
30 Desmond Simmons (F, 6-7, RS-Fr.) 4.3 5.1 0.8 5th all-time in UW freshman history with 162 rebounds ... 4th on team in rpg; 2.2 offensive rebs/game ranks 8th P-1233 Jernard Jarreau (F, 6-10, Fr.) Redshirting Utilizing a redshirt season ... team-high 3 blocks vs. SPU ... first player from New Orleans since Eldridge Recasner35 Austin Seferian-Jenkins (F, 6-6, Fr.) 1.0 2.0 0.7
7 rebs in UW debut ... joined team on Jan. 9 ... freshman All-Amer. TE for the UW football ... avg 17 ppg & 9 rpg as a HS SR
40 Shawn Kemp, Jr. (F, 6-9, Fr.) 1.6 0.8 0.6*
Has seen playing time & production increase over last 12 gms ... 4th on team w/16 blocks ... 5th Husky that is the son of an ex-Sonic
42 Brendan Sherrer (F, 6-8, Sr.) 0.4 0.8 0.1 Career-best 3 rebs. vs. Houston Baptist ... has played in 31 career games, all wins, 29 by at least 17 pts ... 2009 walkon
 
* = blocks per game average
Time / Date Opponent (TV/UW Rank) Result ScoreN. 4 Seattle Pacific [exh.] W 77-60N. 12 Georgia State $ W 91-74N. 13 Florida Atlantic $ W 77-71N. 14 Portland $ (ROOT Sports) W 93-63
N. 20 at Saint Louis (CBS Sports Net) L 64-77
N. 25 Houston Baptist W 88-65
D. 2 at Nevada (ESPNU) L 76-73 (ot)D. 6 vs.#11 Marquette & (ESPN) L 79-77D. 10 vs. #7 Duke ^ (CBS) L 86-80
D. 16
UC Santa Barbara (ROOT Sports)
W 87-80D. 18 South Dakota St. (ROOT Sports) L 92-73D. 22 Cal State Northridge W 74-51D. 29 Oregon State* (ROOT Sports) W 95-80D. 31 Oregon* (ESPN2) W 76-60
J. 5 at Colorado* (ROOT Sports) L 87-69J. 7 at Utah* (FSN) W 57-53
J. 10 Seattle U. (ROOT Sports) W 91-83J. 15 Washington St.* (FSN) W 75-65J. 19 California* (ROOT Sports) L 69-66J. 21 Stanford* (ROOT Sports) W 76-63
J. 26 at Arizona St.* (ROOT Sports) W 60-54J. 28 at Arizona* (ESPN) W 69-67
F. 2 UCLA* (ESPN) W 71-69F. 4 USC* (FSN) W 69-41
F. 9 at Oregon* (FSN) L 82-57F. 12 at Oregon St.* (FSN) W 75-72
F. 16 Arizona State* (FSN) W 77-69F. 18 Arizona* (FSN) W 79-70
F. 25 at Washington St.* (ROOT Sports) W 59-55M. 1 at USC* (USCTrojans.com) W 80-58M. 3 at UCLA* (CBS) L 75-69M. 8 vs. Oregon State% L 86-84M. 13 UT Arlington& (ESPNU) W 82-72M. 16 Northwestern& (ESPNU) 7:00 p.m.
Home Games in
Bold
; * Pacific-12 Conference Game; & NationalInvitation Tournament; % Pac-12 Tournament Game; $World VisionClassic; Madison Square Garden, &Jimmy V Classic.; ^CARQUESTAuto Parts Classic. All times listed Pacific; TV in parenthesis.
Washington Huskies
2011-12 Record: 22-10 overall, 14-4 Pac-12
UW Makes Triumphant Return To NIT
The Washington Huskies (22-10, 14-4) earned their first NationalInvitation Tournament win in 25 years with an 82-72 victory overUT Arlington on Tuesday. Up next for the regular season Pac-12champs is Northwestern, who are making their fourth consecutiveNIT appearance. The state of Washington has not been kind to heWildcats’ over the last calendar year as their 2011 season came toan end in a quarterfinals loss in Pullman. The winner will advanceto face either Oregon or Iowa in the quarterfinals on March 20 or21. Washington will is making its first appearance in the NIT since1997 and its sixth overall trip to the post-season tournament. TheHuskies also played in the 1996, 1987, 1982 and 1980 NIT and havecompiled a 4-5 overall record. A total of 4 teams from the Pac-12
This Game...
Friday, March. 16, 7:00 p.m. PT
No. 1 UW vs. No. 4 Northwestern
Alaska Airlines Arena (10,000) 
TV
: ESPNU
(Roxy Bernstein & Mark Adams) 
Radio
:
KJR 950 AM and 102.9 FM
Series vs. Northwestern
: UW, 5-2
Last Time
: UW, 70-57, 12/29/75 (FarWest Classic)
Next...
Winner plays No. 3 Oregon or No. 7 Iowa.Conference earned spots in the tournament: No. 1 seed Arizona andNo. 3’s Stanford and Oregon.Friday’s game will be broadcast nationally on ESPNU with
Roxy Bernstein
and
Mark Adams
calling the ac-tion.
Bob Rondeau
and
Jason Hamilton
will provide home radio coverage on KJR 950 AM & 102.9 FM andthe Washington IMG College Sports Network throughout the Pacific Northwest. UW Director of Writing
GreggBell
will host a LIVE chat on GoHuskies.com.
Washington-Northwestern History 
Friday’s meeting will be the first game between the two teams since they played in the 1975 Far West Classic inPortland, Ore. Washington holds a 5-2 advantage, which includes a 3-0 mark at home, 2-0 record at neutral sitesand 0-2 record in Evanston. The Huskies also won in 1970 at the Sun Devil Classic and carry a current two-gamewin streak over the Wildcats. Northwestern last beat UW over 51 years ago on Dec. 20, 1960. The last time theteams met in Seattle was Dec. 21 and 22, 1959 when Washington swept a two-game series vs. the Wildcats.This is the first time Lorenzo Romar and Bill Carmody have coached against each other.
Scouting Northwestern
Northwestern fell just short of earning their first-ever NCAA tournament bid. They are 19-12 overall and were7th in the Big Ten at 8-10. They lost five of their league games by a total of 12 points ... Bill Carmody is in his12th season at Northwestern (179-190 record) after spending four years as Princeton’s head coach ... TheWildcats are lead by 6-foot-9 Jon Shurna, a first-team all-conference senior who is the school’s all-time leadingscorer with over 2,000 points. He led the conference in scoring with 20.0 ppg and is averaging 19.9 points in allgames ... Northwestern beat Akron on Tuesday in the first round of the NIT, 76-75, behind Shurna’s 23 points,11 rebounds, 7 assists and 2 blocks. He was also 5-of-11 from 3-point range ... Junior forward Drew Crawfordwas 3rd-team All-Big-10 after scoring 16.5 ppg ... Northwestern led the Big-10 with 9.0 3PT makes per game.
 
2011-12 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
8, vs. UT Arlington, 3/13/12
OPP 13, Montana State, 3/11/87
3-PT Attempts
UW
22, vs. UT Arlington, 3/13/12
OPP 27, Montana State, 3/11/87
Free Throws Made
UW 22, at Montana State, 3/11/87OPP 30, Nebraska, 3/21/87
Free Throws Attempted
UW 32, vs. Boise State, 3/16/87OPP 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 10, at Nebraska, 3/12/97OPP 15, Nebraska, 3/12/97
UW INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
Points
UW 26, Greg Hill at Montana State, 3/11/87OPP 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
8, Tony Wroten, vs. UT Arlington, 3/13/12
OPP 10, Flintie Ray Williams, UNLV, 3/7/80
Blocked Shots
UW 3, Phil Zevenbergen at Montana State, 3/11/87OPP 4, 2 times, last by Venson Hamilton, Neb., 3/12/97
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 four 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 5, Greg Hill at Nebraska, 3/21/87OPP 5, Kral French, Montana State, 3/11/87
3-Pointers Attempted
UW 13, Greg Hill at Montana State, 3/11/87OPP
10, Bo Ingram, UT Arlington, 3/13/12
Free Throws Made
UW 10, Greg Hill vs. Montana State, 3/11/87OPP 12, Fred Roberts, Brigham Young, 3/10/82
Free Throws Attempted
UW 11, Greg Hill vs. Montana State, 3/11/87OPP
12, twice, last LaMarcus Reed, UT Arlington, 3/13/12
Free Throw Percent (min. 5 att.)
UW 6-6, Dan Caldwell vs. Texas A&M, 3/15/82OPP 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.
Ticket Info
Chairbacks (rows1-20):
$35
Bleachers w/ backs (rows 21-26):
$30
Bleachers without backs (rows 27-31):
$20
UW Students:
$10
UW NIT History 
Washington is making its first appearance in theNIT since 1997 and its sixth overall trip to the post-season tournament. The Huskies also played in the1996, 1987, 1982 and 1980 NIT and have compiled a4-5 overall record after earning their first victory in 25years on March 13 vs. UT Arlington. The Huskies haveonly hosted three games and are 2-1 in those homecontests. They previously hosted a game on March 16,1987 when the beat Boise State 73-68 before losing onthe road in the third round to Nebraska in Lincoln. Theonly other home game they hosted was a 1982 secondround contest that they dropped 69-65 to Texas A&M.
Post-Seasons Under Romar
For the fifth-straight year Washington is making a post-season appearance. After playing in the 2008 CBI, UWmade three consecutive NCAA Tournament appear-ances. In all, Washington has made 8 post-seasontournaments in Lorenzo Romar’s 10 years tenure. TheHuskies are 9-7 in tournaments, including 8-6 in sixNCAA appearances and 0-1 in the 2008 CBI and 1-0 inNIT appearances. This marks the first NIT appearancefor Washington under Romar. Romar led his Pepper-dine Waves to the 1999 NIT in his last season coachingthere and lost in the first round.
Revisiting the 1997 NIT
Washington last played in the NIT on March 12, 1997when the lost 67-63 at Nebraska. Venson Hamiltonscored 13 points, including four that capped a lateNebraska run. The Cornhuskers were the defendingNIT Champions that year. It was the second-straightyear that UW lost in the first round of the NIT. The 17wins were the Huskies’ most since 1987 when a 20-15campaign was ended by a third-round NIT defeat, alsoat Nebraska. Mark Sanford scored 14 of his game high20 points in the first half, helping the Huskies build a36-33 halftime advantage. The lead was 53-48 with11:55 left in the game before Nebraska implemented atrapping defense that forced eight turnovers in the nextnine UW possessions. The Huskies would only scoretwo field goals the rest of the game. The Cornhuskersran off eight unanswered points, capped by two freethrows and a dunk by Hamilton, to go ahed 54-53 with8:50 remaining. Washington went ahead briefly on abasket by Todd MacCulloch before Mikki Moore tippedin his own miss at 5:12 to put NU ahead for good at58-57. Nebraska offset a 37-26 rebounding deficit byforcing 22 Husky turnovers, including 13 in the secondhalf. Tyronn Lue led the Cornhuskers with 14 points.MacCulloch finished with 17 and Jamie Booker, theHuskies only senior, finished his career by tallying 12points.
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2011-12 Washington Men’s Basketball NIT Info
Lost to Nebraska, 81-76 (Greg Hill, 25)March 21, 1987; Third Round, Lincoln, Neb.
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 (1-0)
Defeated UT Arlington, 82-72 (Terrence Ross, 23)March 13, 2012; First Round, Seattle, Wash.
Total Number of Appearances:
6 (2012, 1997, 1996, 1987, 1982, 1980)
Furthest Advanced:
Third Round, 1987
All-Time Record
: 4-5 overall (2-1 home, 2-4 away)
 
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   L   A   S   A   L   L   E  -  -   6   1
   3   3
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   6   6
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   7   7
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   M  a  r  c   h   2   9
   N   I   T   C   H   A   M   P   I   O   N   S
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