2010–11 Washington Huskies men's basketball team

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2010–11 Washington Huskies men's basketball
Washington Huskies logo.svg
Pac-10 Tournament Champions
NCAA Tournament, Third round
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
Ranking
Coaches No. 23
AP No. 23
2010–11 record 24–11 (11–7 Pac-10)
Head coach Lorenzo Romar
Assistant coach Raphael Chillious
Assistant coach Paul Fortier
Assistant coach Jim Shaw
Home arena Alaska Airlines Arena
Seasons
2010–11 Pacific-10 Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#17 Arizona 14 4   .778     30 8   .789
UCLA 13 5   .722     23 11   .676
#23 Washington 11 7   .611     24 11   .686
USC 10 8   .556     19 15   .559
California 10 8   .556     18 15   .545
Washington State 9 9   .500     22 13   .629
Oregon 7 11   .389     21 18   .538
Stanford 7 11   .389     15 16   .484
Oregon State 5 13   .278     11 20   .355
Arizona State 4 14   .222     12 19   .387
2011 Pacific-10 Tournament winner
As of March 30, 2011[1]; Rankings from AP Poll[2]

The 2010–11 Washington Huskies men's basketball team represented the University of Washington in the 2010–11 college basketball season. This was head coach Lorenzo Romar's 9th season at Washington. The Huskies played their home games at Alaska Airlines Arena and are members of the Pacific-10 Conference. As the winner of the 2011 Pacific-10 Conference Men's Basketball Tournament, the Huskies earn an automatic bid in the 2011 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, the school's 16th appearance in the NCAA tournament. At the national tournament, the Huskies beat Georgia in the second round before falling to eventual Elite Eight contender North Carolina in the third round. They finished the season with a 24–11 record.

Recruits[edit]

Name Hometown High school / college Height Weight Commit date
Terrence Ross
SG
Portland, Oregon Jefferson 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 180 lb (82 kg) Apr 26, 2010 
Scout:4/5 stars   Rivals:4/5 stars   247Sports: N/A    ESPN grade: 95
Aziz N'Diaye
C
Dakar, Senegal College of Southern Idaho 7 ft 1 in (2.16 m) 230 lb (100 kg) Apr 14, 2010 
Scout: N/A   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A    ESPN grade: JC
Desmond Simmons
SF
Vallejo, California Salesian 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 205 lb (93 kg) May 12, 2009 
Scout:3/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A    ESPN grade: 89
Overall recruiting rankings: Scout: nr   Rivals: nr  ESPN: nr
  • Note: In many cases, Scout, Rivals, 247Sports, and ESPN may conflict in their listings of height and weight.
  • In these cases, the average was taken. ESPN grades are on a 100-point scale.

Sources:

2010–11 Team[edit]

Roster[edit]

Source[3]

# Name Height Weight (lbs.) Position Class Hometown Previous Team(s)
0 Abdul Gaddy* 6'3" 195 G So. Tacoma, WA, U.S. Bellarmine Prep
1 Venoy Overton 6'0" 185 G Sr. Seattle, WA, U.S. Franklin HS
2 Isaiah Thomas 5'9" 185 G Jr. Tacoma, WA, U.S. South Kent School
5 Aziz N'Diaye 7'0" 260 C So. Dakar, Senegal College of Southern Idaho
10 Antoine Hosley 5'11" 185 G Fr. Portland, OR, U.S. Jefferson HS
11 Matthew Bryan-Amaning 6'9" 240 F Sr. London, England, U.K. South Kent School
15 Scott Suggs 6'6" 195 G Jr. Washington, MO, U.S. Washington HS
22 Justin Holiday 6'6" 180 F Sr. Chatsworth, CA, U.S. Campbell Hall School
23 C. J. Wilcox 6'5" 190 G RS Fr. Pleasant Grove, UT, U.S. Pleasant Grove HS
30 Desmond Simmons 6'7" 215 F Fr. Vallejo, CA, U.S. Salesian HS
31 Terrence Ross 6'6" 190 G Fr. Portland, OR, U.S. Jefferson HS
33 Tyreese Breshers 6'7" 255 F So. Los Angeles, CA, U.S. Price HS
42 Brendan Sherrer 6'8" 245 F Jr. Monroe, WA, U.S. Archbishop Murphy HS
44 Darnell Gant 6'8" 225 F RS Jr. Los Angeles, CA, U.S. Crenshaw HS

Abdul Gaddy suffered an ACL tear January 5, 2011 and sat out the remainder of the season.*

Coaching staff[edit]

Name Position Year at Washington Alma Mater (Year)
Lorenzo Romar Head Coach 9th Washington (1980)
Raphael Chillious Assistant Coach 3rd Lafayette (1996)
Paul Fortier Assistant Coach 6th Washington (2003)
Jim Shaw Assistant Coach 7th Western Oregon State (1985)
Lance LaVetter Director of Basketball Operations 9th Northern Arizona (1992)

2010–11 Schedule and results[edit]

Source[4]

Date
Time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (Attendance)
City, State
Exhibition
11/06/2010*
5:00 PM
No. 18 St. Martin's W 97–76 
Alaska Airlines Arena (8,909)
Seattle, WA
Regular Season
11/13/2010*
1:00 PM
No. 18 McNeese State W 118–64  1–0
Alaska Airlines Arena (8,914)
Seattle, WA
11/16/2010*
7:00 PM, FSNNW
No. 17 Eastern Washington W 98–72  2–0
Alaska Airlines Arena (8,897)
Seattle, WA
11/22/2010*
9:00 PM, ESPN2
No. 13 vs. Virginia
Maui Invitational first round
W 106–63  3–0
Lahaina Civic Center (2,400)
Maui, HI
11/23/2010*
6:30 PM, ESPN
No. 13 vs. No. 8 Kentucky
Maui Invitational semifinals
L 67–74  3–1
Lahaina Civic Center (2,400)
Maui, HI
11/24/2010*
2:00 PM, ESPN2
No. 13 vs. No. 2 Michigan State
Maui Invitational 3rd place game
L 71–76  3–2
Lahaina Civic Center (2,400)
Maui, HI
11/30/2010*
8:00 PM, FSNNW
No. 23 Long Beach State W 102–75  4–2
Alaska Airlines Arena (9,223)
Seattle, WA
12/04/2010*
1:00 PM, FSN
No. 23 Texas Tech
Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series
W 108–79  5–2
Alaska Airlines Arena (9,044)
Seattle, WA
12/06/2010*
7:00 PM, FSNNW
No. 21 Portland W 94–72  6–2
Alaska Airlines Arena (9,425)
Seattle, WA
12/11/2010*
1:30 PM, ESPN2
No. 21 at Texas A&M
Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series
L 62–63  6–3
Reed Arena (10,296)
College Station, TX
12/18/2010*
7:00 PM, FSNNW
San Francisco W 80–52  7–3
Alaska Airlines Arena (9,807)
Seattle, WA
12/22/2010*
6:00 PM, FSNNW
Nevada W 90–60  8–3
Alaska Airlines Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
12/29/2010
7:30 PM
at USC W 73–67 OT 9–3 (1–0)
Galen Center (5,584)
Los Angeles, CA
12/31/2010
1:00 PM, FSN
at UCLA W 74–63  10–3 (2–0)
Pauley Pavilion (9,049)
Los Angeles, CA
01/06/2011
5:30 PM, FSNNW
No. 23 Oregon W 87–69  11–3 (3–0)
Alaska Airlines Arena (9,692)
Seattle, WA
01/08/2011
3:30 PM, FSNNW
No. 23 Oregon State W 103–72  12–3 (4–0)
Alaska Airlines Arena (9,671)
Seattle, WA
01/13/2011
7:00 PM
No. 17 at Stanford L 56–58  12–4 (4–1)
Maples Pavilion (5,896)
Stanford, CA
01/16/2011
7:00 PM, FSN
No. 17 at California W 92–71  13–4 (5–1)
Haas Pavilion (8,649)
Berkeley, CA
01/20/2011
7:30 PM, FSN
No. 20 No. 25 Arizona W 85–68  14–4 (6–1)
Alaska Airlines Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
01/22/2011
1:00 PM, FSN
No. 20 Arizona State W 88–75  15–4 (7–1)
Alaska Airlines Arena (9,905)
Seattle, WA
01/30/2011
7:00 PM, FSN
No. 18 at Washington State L 80–87  15–5 (7–2)
Beasley Coliseum (10,579)
Pullman, WA
02/03/2011
6:00 PM, FSNNW
No. 20 at Oregon State L 56–68  15–6 (7–3)
Gill Coliseum (5,783)
Corvallis, OR
02/05/2011
1:00 PM, FSN
No. 20 at Oregon L 76–81  15–7 (7–4)
Matthew Knight Arena (11,925)
Eugene, OR
02/10/2011
6:00 PM, FSNNW
California W 109–77  16–7 (8–4)
Alaska Airlines Arena (9,883)
Seattle, WA
02/12/2011
5:30 PM, FSNNW
Stanford W 87–76  17–7 (9–4)
Alaska Airlines Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
02/17/2011
5:30 PM
at Arizona State W 79–62  18–7 (10–4)
Wells Fargo Arena (7,263)
Tempe, AZ
02/19/2011
3:00 PM, ESPN
at No. 12 Arizona L 86–87  18–8 (10–5)
McKale Center (14,619)
Tucson, AZ
02/22/2011*
7:10 PM, FSNNW
at Seattle W 95–74  19–8
KeyArena (11,386)
Seattle, WA
02/27/2011
7:00 PM, FSN
Washington State L 69–80  19–9 (10–6)
Alaska Airlines Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
03/03/2011
6:00 PM, ESPN2
UCLA W 70–63  20–9 (11–6)
Alaska Airlines Arena (9,931)
Seattle, WA
03/05/2011
7:30 PM, FSN
USC L 60–62  20–10 (11–7)
Alaska Airlines Arena (10,000)
Seattle, WA
2011 Pac-10 Men's Basketball Tournament
03/10/2011
8:30 PM, FSN
vs. Washington State
Quarterfinals
W 89–87  21–10
Staples Center (12,191)
Los Angeles, CA
03/11/2011
8:30 PM, FSN
vs. Oregon
Semifinals
W 69–51  22–10
Staples Center (13,190)
Los Angeles, CA
03/12/2011
3:00 PM, CBS
vs. No. 16 Arizona
Championship Game
W 77–75 OT 23–10
Staples Center (12,074)
Los Angeles, CA
NCAA Tournament
03/18/2011*
6:45 PM, CBS
No. 23 vs. Georgia
Second Round
W 68–65  24–10
Time Warner Cable Arena (16,852)
Charlotte, NC
03/20/2011*
12:15 PM, CBS
No. 23 vs. No. 7 North Carolina
Third Round
L 83–86  24–11
Time Warner Cable Arena (18,329)
Charlotte, NC
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Pacific Time.

Notes[edit]

  • Isaiah Thomas, who hit the game winning shot in overtime, was named Most Outstanding Player at the Pac-10 Tournament. C.J. Wilcox hit a 3-pointer in regulations to send the game into extra period.
  • Named to the Pac-10 All Tournament Team were Terrence Ross and Isaiah Thomas.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pac-10 Standings - 2010-11". ESPN. Retrieved February 17, 2011. 
  2. ^ "2011 NCAA Men's Basketball Rankings". ESPN. Retrieved February 7, 2011. 
  3. ^ http://www.gohuskies.com/sports/m-baskbl/mtt/wash-m-baskbl-mtt.html
  4. ^ "2010–11 Schedule". Archived from the original on 30 November 2010. Retrieved 2010-12-01.