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Williams-Goss leads Dawgs past Oregon State

Williams-Goss leads Dawgs past Oregon State

Photo: Associated Press/AP Photo/Elaine Thompson

Seattle, WA (SportsNetwork.com) – Nigel Williams-Goss poured in 32 points as
the Washington Huskies outdueled the Oregon State Beavers 87-81 in Pac-12
action at Alaska Airlines Arena.

C.J. Wilcox added 14 points for Washington (13-8, 5-3 Pac-12), which has won
back-to-back contests. Andrew Andrews chipped in 11 points and Perris
Blackwell contributed 10.

Roberto Nelson hung up 31 points for Oregon State (11-8, 3-4) while Devon
Collier had 23 and Angus Brandt logged 11.

At halftime Oregon State led 38-33. The Beavers shot 52 percent from the floor
in the first half, compared to Washington’s 46.4 percent showing.

The Huskies heated up to 52.9 percent shooting in the second half, while the
Beavers let their lead slip away by shooting 46.9 percent.

Washington outscored Oregon State 52-34 in the paint. The game featured 10
ties and six lead changes.

01/25 19:41:11 ET

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