In front of a raucous home crowd at HecEd, the Washington Huskies (13-9 overall, 5-7 Pac-12) started slow but finished fast and furious to upset the #2-ranked Stanford Cardinal (22-3 overall, 10-2 Pac-12) — UW’s first victory over Stanford since 2016.
Ultimately, the Dawgs finished the second quarter with a 10-0 run, jumpstarted by a Ladine three-pointer with 2:03 left in the period.
Dalayah Daniels scored a buzzer-beating fastbreak layup to end the first half with the Dawgs leading, 38-34.
UW scored 30 points in the second quarter on 75% shooting overall and a perfect 100% from three-point range.
Elle Ladine finished the second quarter with a team-leading 11 points on perfect 100% shooting (a perfect 5 for 5 overall, including 1 for 1 from three-point range); as well as, two assists and zero turnovers in 10 minutes.
Senior Haley Van Dyke also had a strong second quarter, scoring 5 points (2 for 3 overall, 1 for 1 from three-point range), along with three rebounds, one assist and one block in six minutes.