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January 12, 2010 at 8:33 PM

The “D” isn’t for Defense

In an earlier post, it was asked how many opponents have scored career highs against Washington? Well that got me thinking. I didn’t comb through all of the games, but went back over the ones that stuck out.
Keep in mind, UW plays an up-tempo style and for many teams it’s a rare chance to get out and run. Lately, those teams have run all over the Huskies.
Here we go.
Arizona: Jamelle Horne, 22 points, career high; Lamont Jones, 13 points, career high; Kevin Parrom, 10 points, career high.
Arizona State: Rihards Kuksiks, 27 points, tied career high.
Oregon State: Roeland Schaftenaar, 16 points, tied season high.
Georgetown: Julian Vaughn, 18 points, career high.
Cal State Northridge: Lenny Daniel, 24 points, career high
Texas Tech: John Roberson, 25 points, season high; Brad Reese, 17 points, career high.
San Jose State: Adrian Oliver, 32 points, season high.

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