Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Feb. 28, 2010
Final Stats |
Washington at Washington State - Feb. 27, 2010 - Pullman, Wash. (Friel Court)
DeAngelo Casto tied his career high with 19 points...he also had 19 points against Arizona (Feb. 6)...he attempted a career-high 16 field goals.
Casto finished with one blocked shot and has blocked at least one shot in 28 of WSU's 29 games this season....has 99 career blocks.
Marcus Capers recorded a career-high five steals.
Senior Nikola Koprivica had six points and a team-high eight rebounds in his final regular season home game as a Cougar.
The Cougars shot a season-low .295 (18-for-61) from the field...previous low was .298 (17-for-57).
Washington State's 21 first-half points mark its fewest in the first period this season...previous low was 23 in its last game, against USC (Feb. 20).
WSU's .182 (6-for-33) field goal percentage in the first half marked its lowest in a half this season.
The Pac-10's second (Quincy Pondexter) and third (Klay Thompson) leading scorers scored seven and five points, respectively...coming in averaged 20.3 and 20.1 points per game, respectively.
The Cougars held the Huskies to a second-fewest 59 points this season...the Cougars' 52 points are their fourth fewest this season.
Final Score: Washington 59, Washington State 52
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