2004–05 Washington Huskies men's basketball team

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2004–05 Washington Huskies men's basketball
Washington Huskies logo.svg
Pac-10 Tournament Champions
Great Alaska Shootout Champions
NCAA Tournament, Sweet Sixteen
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
2004–05 record 29–6 (14–4 Pac-10)
Head coach Lorenzo Romar
Assistant coach Raphael Chillious
Assistant coach Paul Fortier
Assistant coach Jim Shaw
Home arena Bank of America Arena
Seasons
2004–05 Pacific-10 Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#9 Arizona 15 3   .833     30 7   .811
Washington 14 4   .778     29 6   .829
#18 UCLA 1 11 7   .611     18 11   .621
#13 Stanford 11 7   .611     18 13   .581
Oregon State 8 10   .444     17 15   .531
Arizona State 1 7 11   .389     18 14   .563
Washington State 7 11   .389     12 16   .429
Oregon 1 6 12   .333     14 13   .519
California 6 12   .333     13 16   .448
USC 5 13   .278     12 17   .414
2005 Pacific-10 Tournament winner
As of April 8, 2005; Rankings from Coaches Poll [1]
1 Holds tie-breaker


The 2004–05 Washington Huskies men's basketball team represented the University of Washington in the 2004–05 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. This was head coach Lorenzo Romar's 3rd season at Washington. The Huskies played their home games at Bank of America Arena and are members of the Pacific-10 Conference. They finished the season 29–6, 14–4 in Pac-10 play and they captured the Pac–10 Tournament title and an automatic bid to the 2005 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament. They earned the No. 1 seed in the West Region, defeating Montana in the first round and Pacific in the second round before losing to Louisville in the Sweet Sixteen.

2004–05 Team[edit]

2004-2005 Roster[edit]

Source[2]

# Name Height Weight (lbs.) Position Class Hometown Previous Team(s)
0 Ryan Appleby 6'3" 165 PG So.* Stanwood, WA, U.S. Stanwood High School
1 Tre Simmons 6'5" 195 SG Sr. Seattle, WA, U.S. Garfield High School
2 Nate Robinson 5'9" 180 G Jr. Seattle, WA, U.S. Rainier Beach High School
3 Brandon Roy 6'6" 215 G Jr. Seattle, WA, U.S. Garfield High School
4 Hakeem Rollins 6'7" 200 C Sr. Mesa, AZ, U.S. Mesa High School
5 Will Conroy 6'2" 190 PG Sr. Seattle, WA, U.S. Garfield High School
11 Brandon Burmeister 6'4" 190 G So. Mercer Island, WA, U.S. Mercer Island High School
15 Bobby Jones 6'6" 210 F Jr. Long Beach, CA, U.S. Polytechnic High School
21 Matt Fletcher 6'7" 200 G Sr. Maize, KS, U.S. Maize High School
22 Hans Gasser 6'9" 225 F So. Issaquah, WA, U.S. Issaquah High School
24 Jamaal Williams 6'6" 225 F Jr.* Corona, CA, U.S. Centennial High School
32 Zane Potter 6'6" 185 F Jr. Gresham, OR, U.S. Sam Barlow High School
42 Mike Jensen 6'8" 240 PF Sr.* Kent, WA, U.S. Kentwood High School
52 Alex Johnson 6'3" 185 G Sr. Bellevue, WA, U.S. Eastside Catholic High School
RS Joel Smith 6'4" 205 G So. Wolfeboro, NH, U.S. Brewster Academy
RS Zach Johnson 6'8" 275 C Fr.* Sacramento, CA, U.S. Natomas High School

Coaching staff[edit]

Name Position Year at Washington Alma Mater (Year)
Lorenzo Romar Head Coach 7th Washington (1980)
Raphael Chillious Assistant Coach 1st Lafayette (1996)
Paul Fortier Assistant Coach 4th Washington (2003)
Jim Shaw Assistant Coach 5th Western Oregon State (1985)
Lance LaVetter Director of Basketball Operations 7th Northern Arizona (1992)

2004–05 Schedule and Results[edit]

Date
Time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (Attendance)
City, State
Exhibition
11/09/2004*
7:00 PM
Westmont W 92–52 
Bank of America Arena (N/A)
Seattle, WA
Regular Season
11/19/2004*
7:30 PM
No. 22 Seattle Pacific W 89–71  1–0
Bank of America Arena (9,851)
Seattle, WA
11/25/2004*
6:00 PM, ESPN2
No. 22 vs. Utah
Great Alaska Shootout Quarterfinals
W 78–71  2–0
Sullivan Arena (6,667)
Anchorage, AK
11/26/2004*
8:00 PM, ESPN2
No. 22 vs. Oklahoma
Great Alaska Shootout Semifinals
W 96–91  3–0
Sullivan Arena (7,765)
Anchorage, AK
11/27/2004*
6:00 PM, ESPN2
No. 22 vs. No. 19 Alabama
Great Alaska Shootout championship
W 79–76  4–0
Sullivan Arena (8,264)
Anchorage, AK
12/01/2004*
5:00 PM, FSNNW
No. 14 at Gonzaga L 87–99  4–1
McCarthey Athletic Center (6,000)
Spokane, WA
12/05/2004*
1:00 PM
No. 14 Eastern Washington W 89–56  5–1
Bank of America Arena (9,418)
Seattle, WA
12/07/2004*
7:00 PM
No. 16 San Diego State W 98–69  6–1
Bank of America Arena (9,694)
Seattle, WA
12/12/2004*
12:30 PM
No. 16 at Loyola Marymount W 100–93  7–1
Gersten Pavilion (2,006)
Los Angeles, CA
12/19/2004*
5:00 PM, FSN
No. 18 No. 12 NC State W 68–64  8–1
Bank of America Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
12/22/2004*
7:00 PM
No. 12 Sacred Heart W 114–53  9–1
Bank of America Arena (9,585)
Seattle, WA
12/24/2004*
1:00 PM
No. 12 Houston W 110–63  10–1
Bank of America Arena (9,653)
Seattle, WA
12/31/2004
1:30 PM, FSN
No. 13 California W 81–67  11–1 (1–0)
Bank of America Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
01/02/2005
12:30 PM, FSNNW
No. 13 Stanford W 76–73  12–1 (2–0)
Bank of America Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
01/06/2005
7:30 PM
No. 12 at USC W 84–59  13–1 (3–0)
Galen Center (2,633)
Los Angeles, CA
01/08/2005
7:30 PM
No. 12 at UCLA L 86–95  13–2 (3–1)
Pauley Pavilion (11,970)
Los Angeles, CA
01/13/2005
7:00 PM
No. 14 Oregon W 77–56  14–2 (4–1)
Bank of America Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
01/15/2005
7:00 PM, FSNNW
No. 14 Oregon State W 108–68  15–2 (5–1)
Bank of America Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
01/23/2005
1:00 PM, FSN
No. 10 Washington State W 66–48  16–2 (6–1)
Bank of America Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
01/27/2005
5:30 PM, FSN
No. 10 at No. 11 Arizona L 82–91  16–3 (6–2)
McKale Center (14,597)
Tucson, AZ
01/30/2005
12:45 PM, CBS
No. 10 at Arizona State W 79–70  17–3 (7–2)
Wells Fargo Arena (9,434)
Tempe, AZ
02/03/2005
7:00 PM
No. 13 USC W 99–69  18–3 (8–2)
Bank of America Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
02/05/2005
2:00 PM, FSN
No. 13 UCLA W 82–70  19–3 (9–2)
Bank of America Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
02/10/2005
7:30 PM, FSN
No. 11 at Oregon W 95–88 OT 20–3 (10–2)
McArthur Court (9,087)
Eugene, OR
02/13/2005
1:00 PM, FSN
No. 11 at Oregon State L 73–90  20–4 (10–3)
Gill Coliseum (9,696)
Corvallis, OR
02/19/2005
4:00 PM, FSNNW
No. 15 at Washington State W 68–55  21–4 (11–3)
Beasley Coliseum (8,633)
Pullman, WA
02/24/2005
4:00 PM, FSN
No. 14 Arizona State W 90–82  22–4 (12–3)
Bank of America Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
02/26/2005
1:00 PM, FSN
No. 14 No. 9 Arizona W 93–85  23–4 (13–3)
Bank of America Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
03/03/2005
7:30 PM, FSN
No. 10 at California W 106–63  24–4 (14–3)
Haas Pavilion (9,380)
Berkeley, CA
03/05/2005
1:00 PM, CBS
No. 10 at Stanford L 77–87  24–5 (14–4)
Maples Pavilion (9,380)
Stanford, CA
Pac-10 Men's Tournament
03/10/2005*
6:00 PM, FSN
No. 8 vs. Arizona State
Quarterfinals
W 95–90 OT 25–5
Staples Center (N/A)
Los Angeles, CA
03/11/2005*
8:30 PM, FSN
No. 8 vs. Stanford
Semifinals
W 66–63  26–5
Staples Center (15,068)
Los Angeles, CA
03/12/2005*
3:00 PM, CBS
No. 8 vs. No. 9 Arizona
Championship Game
W 81–72  27–5
Staples Center (18,672)
Los Angeles, CA
NCAA Men's Tournament
03/17/2005*
12:10 PM, CBS
vs. Montana
First Round
W 88–77  28–5
Taco Bell Arena (11,871)
Boise, ID
03/19/2005*
12:10 PM, CBS
vs. Pacific
Second Round
W 88–77  29–5
Taco Bell Arena (11,871)
Boise, ID
03/24/2005*
4:10 PM, CBS
vs. Louisville
Sweet Sixteen
L 79–93  29–6
University Arena (15,792)
Albuquerque, NM
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Pacific Time (#) during NCAA Tournament is seed with Region.

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