The Huskies hope to avenge an 83-67 loss to the Golden Bears in the regular-season finale.
Washington opens the Pac-12 women’s basketball tournament on Thursday at KeyArena, facing California in a rematch of their regular-season finale.
The 2 p.m. tipoff will be broadcast on the Pac-12 Networks.
California (20-9) used a big first quarter and its height inside to beat Washington (7-22) 83-67 on Sunday. Amber Melgoza scored a game-high 24 points.
Melgoza was selected to the All-Pac-12 team as voted on by conference coaches and media.
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Mount Rainier High product Brittany McPhee of Stanford and Borislava Hristova of Washington State also were on the media team.
Washington State (10-19), the No. 10 seed, will face No. 7 USC (19-10) at 6 p.m.
The Cougars are 1-3 against the Trojans at the Pac-12 tournament.
• Seattle Pacific senior Jordan McPhee was selected as the Great Northwest Athletic Conference defensive player of the year and a first-team pick. SPU’s Courtney Hollander was on the second team and Rachel Shim was honorable mention. Central Washington’s Jasmin Edwards of Lynnwood High was also a first-team pick.
• Delaney Hodgins scored a career-high 37 points to lead Eastern Washington to a 70-49 win over Southern Utah in Cedar City. Hodgins is third on the Big Sky Conference’s scoring list with 2,059 points. She is 113 from second place and 237 from first.
• Putting and chipping contests for attendees and even a long-drive contest are part of this weekend’s Seattle Golf and Travel Show at the Century Link Field Event Center. Adult admission is $14 plus a $1 facility fee. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Saturday’s closing time was incorrectly reported in Wednesday’s editions.