Jan. 20, 2007
--The 28-point margin of victory is the largest in school history for Washington State over Washington...largest margin of victory in a Pacific-10 game since a 101-64 win against Oregon State in Pullman, Feb. 17, 1994.
--The 11,618 in attendance marked the largest crowd at Friel Court since 12,422 saw WSU defeat No. 6 UCLA 70-68, March 7, 1983...crowd ranks 14th-largest in Friel Court history...largest to see a game between Washington and Washington State at any location since 12,000 saw the Cougars defeat the Huskies 72-70 in double overtime at Friel Court, Jan. 8, 1983.
--The Cougars held Washington to 23 first half points...lowest first half total for the Huskies since Dec. 6, 2003 at Wyoming (19).
--Washington State held Washington to 28.3 percent shooting, the lowest by a Cougar opponent this season.
--WSU junior guard Kyle Weaver scored a season-high 17 points...his four assists raised his season total to 92 and moved him into seventh on the Cougar junior class records list.
--Weaver had one block shot to raise his career total to 50 and tie Brian Paine (1989-92) for 13th on the Cougar all-time list.
--Cougar redshirt-sophomore guard Taylor Rochestie tied his season high with nine points.
--WSU junior guard Derrick Low was 5-for-7 from 3-point range to give him 94 treys in his career and move past David Sanders (1986-90) into 14th place on the Cougar career list.
--Cougar senior Ivory Clark recorded three blocked shots to pass Tavares Mack (55) and tie Fred Ferguson (1993-94) for 10th place on the WSU career list with 56...his season total of 25 ties Kojo-Mensah-Bonsu (1998-99) for ninth on the Cougar single-season list.