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2019 Schedule
26-8, 1st in Pac-12

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

A ton of football references in describing Washington's Matisse Thybulle, the two-time Pac-12 defensive player of the year. Utah State coach Craig Smith compared him to Deion Sanders. Washington's Noah Dickerson said "Tisse Island" is a thing. "You can't throw his way," Dickerson said. Thybulle didn't play football but always studied off-the-ball defenders to figure out passing patterns and ultimately pick them off. "It's always been my thing," he said.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington senior forward Matisse Thybulle on what coach Mike Hopkins' contract extension means: "It's exciting. What was it, a six-year extension? Look at all the success he's had in two years. Think of the potential, it's limitless. So I'm really excited to see where he's going to take it, because what he's done with the program in two years is incredible."

One-and-done for Washington (0:30)
North Carolina, Kentucky lead the way in Midwest (4:52)
Altman: We can be tough out in the tournament (1:57)

Oregon wins fourth in row to take Pac-12 title

Payton Pritchard scored 20 points and led Oregon's dominating defense, helping the Ducks beat Washington 68-48 on Saturday to become the second team to win four games in four days at the Pac-12 tournament.

Pritchard: 'Haters kept hatin' (1:09)
Pritchard throws down the exclamation point (0:43)
Pritchard finds Wooten for the slam (0:24)
Thybulle passes Gary Payton for most steals in PAC-12 history (0:28)
Thybulle's dad loves his block (0:32)
Thybulle's thunderous windmill dunk seals it for Washington (0:23)
Carter reaches back to throw down alley-oop (0:22)
Porter slams home and-1 dunk (0:18)
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Huskies guard Nowell earns Pac-12 POY honors

Washington sophomore Jaylen Nowell has been voted the Pac-12 player of the year after helping lead the Huskies to the regular-season conference title.


Nowell, No. 25 Washington hold off Stanford 62-61

Jaylen Nowell scored 13 points but missed the front end of a 1-and-1 during a nervous finish for No. 25 Washington, which still held off Stanford 62-61 on Sunday for a weekend split in the Bay Area.

Stanford misses tough 3 as time expires in loss to Washington (0:34)
Nowell nails clutch jumper (0:21)

Team Stats

Points Per Game69.8
Rebounds Per Game31.6
Assists Per Game11.7
Points Allowed64.429th

Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record18-17
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances16