BOULDER, Colo. — The Washington women’s basketball team would have had an excuse if it had a letdown after its biggest victory in many years on Sunday.
Instead, the Huskies followed up their home victory over No. 2 Stanford with an 87-80 win Friday night at Colorado.
The Huskies trailed 40-39 at halftime, but went on a 10-3 run to begin the half and never trailed again. After taking a 49-43 lead, Washington never led by less than three points or by more than nine.
Freshman Kelsey Plum scored 25 to lead Washington (14-10, 7-6 Pac-12) and Jazmine Davis added 24 in a game that had 52 fouls and four players foul out.
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The Huskies had just nine turnovers and were 7 of 15 from three-point range.
Jamee Swan scored 25 points off the bench to lead Colorado (14-10, 4-9).
|Friday’s resultsWashington 87, Colorado 80 Washington St. 83, Utah 73Stanford 61, Arizona St. 35 Oregon State 70, UCLA 54 USC 88, Oregon 78California 65, Arizona 49|