Andrews finished his career as one of the most prolific scorers in Husky history.

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Andrew Andrews ends his Huskies career with his name all over the Washington record book.

Here’s a look at a few statistical milestones he’s achieved.

Washington’s all-time scoring leaders:

1. Chris Welp, 1983-87: 129 games, 2,073 pts.
2. C.J. Wilcox, 2010-14L 131 games, 1,880 pts.
3. Andrew Andrews, 2012-16: 128 gams, 1,812 pts.

Washington’s single-season scoring leaders:

1. Bob Houbregs, 1952-53: 33 games, 846 points, 25.6 avg.
2. Chris Welp, 1986-87: 35 games, 729 points, 20.8 avg.
3. Andrew Andrews, 2012-16: 34 games, 712 points, 20.9 avg.

Washington single-season scoring average leaders:

1. Bob Houbregs, 1952-53: 33 games, 846 points, 25.6 avg.
2. Louie Nelson, 1972-73: 29 games, 668 points, 23.0 avg.
3. Steve Hawes, 1970-71: 26 games, 568 points, 21.8 avg.
4. Steve Hawes, 1971-72: 26 games 564 points, 21.7 avg.
5. Andrew Andrews, 2012-16: 34 games, 712 points, 20.9 avg.

Washington’s single-game leaders:

1. Bob Houbregs Idaho 1/10/53 49
2. Andrew Andrews Wash State 3/02/16 47

Andrews also ranks fourth all time at UW with 197 three-pointers, fifth with 148 career steals and seventh with 388 career assists.

He nearly posted the program’s only triple double while registering 14 points, nine assists and nine rebounds against Stanford on March 9 in the Pac-12 Tournament opener.