SEATTLE (AP) — C.J. Wilcox hit two 3-pointers during a 14-4 run to open the second half and Washington beat Seattle Pacific 70-60 on Friday night, a week after the Division II team beat No. 16 Arizona.
Wilcox made five 3-pointers in all and finished with 19 points.
A free throw by Washington freshman Tony Wroten expanded the lead to 47-30 early in the second half. Wroten’s steal and alley-oop to sophomore Terrence Ross made it 54-35.
Ross had 15 points and Wroten finished with 10 points, four assists and six rebounds.
Washington’s largest lead was 75-56 on a 3-pointer from Abdul Gaddy with 1:34 left.
Jobi Wall and Andy Poling both had 12 points for Seattle Pacific. Wall had 24 points in the Falcons’ 69-68 win over the Wildcats in Tucson.