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Brown leads Huskies in 78-67 win over Beavers

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Washington guard Terrell Brown Jr., right, drives around Oregon State forward Glenn Taylor Jr., left, during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, March 5, 2022, in Seattle. Washington won 78-67. (AP Photo/Ted S.
Washington guard Terrell Brown Jr., right, drives around Oregon State forward Glenn Taylor Jr., left, during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, March 5, 2022, in Seattle. Washington won 78-67. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) Photo Gallery

SEATTLE — Terrell Brown Jr. scored 24 points and led four players into double-figure scoring as Washington closed out its regular season by completing a season sweep of Oregon State, 78-67 on Saturday.

The Huskies finish the regular season in a three-way tie for fifth place in the Pac-12 Conference with Oregon and Washington State, all with 11 wins, and with the potential for a four-way tie if Utah upsets Colorado Saturday night. Oregon State lost its 17th straight conference game.

Washington built a 14-point lead in the first half, taking a 38-24 lead at intermission after Cole Bajema hit a 3 and Brown scored at the basket in the final minute. Nate Roberts hit a jumper with just under 15 minutes to play in the second half to push the Washington lead to 20 at 53-33.

Brown hit 12 of 14 shots from the field in his final home game for the Huskies (16-14, 11-9 Pac-12). Jamal Bey finished with 15 points, Roberts added 13 points and Emmitt Matthews Jr. contributed another 11. Washington shot 56.1% from the field, hitting 32 of 57 shots.

Dashawn Davis came off the bench to score 17 points and dish six assists for Oregon State (3-27, 1-19). Jarod Lucas finished with 13 points, Roman Silva had 12 and Dexter Akanno 10. The Beavers hit just 23 of 58 shots from the floor (39.7%).

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