Posted December 21, 2012 on AP on Fox
C.J. Wilcox scored 21 points, and Washington used one of its best defensive efforts of the season to shake pesky Cal Poly 75-62 on Thursday night for the Huskies' first three-game win streak of the season. Scott Suggs added 12 points for the Huskies, who play one more home game on Saturday against Northern Illinois before beginning a challenging four-game road swing beginning Dec. 29 at Connecticut. Leading by eight at halftime, the Huskies (7-4) held the Mustangs scoreless for nearly 7 minutes early in the second half to build a 20-point lead and coast to the decisive victory. Chris Eversley led Cal Poly (4-6) with 23 points, but the Mustangs were unable to pull off the upset on a second Pac-12 school this season after stunning UCLA last month.

Huskies Lean on Wilcox to Win

SEATTLE - Despite the constant rotating of the Northern Illinois bench, the Huskies from the Midwest and no answer for the second chance creating Washington Huskies, as Lorenzo Romar’s squad secured a 67-57 victory on Saturday night in Alaska Airlines Arena. The Huskies, yet again led by C.J. Wilcox in scoring with 22 points, posed big mismatches for the undersized Northern Illinois side.

Huskies earn much-needed win over Cal-Poly

SEATTLE - After an unconvincing win over Jackson State last Saturday, the Washington Huskies badly needed a momentum boost to reinvigorate their season. They got it Thursday evening against 4-4 Cal Poly at Alaska Airlines Arena. A tight first half gave way to 75-62 rout after a second half surge put the game out of reach.
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