Washington Vs. Cal State Northridge Score Update: Huskies Up 38-19 At Halftime

Washington leads Cal State Northridge in the first half in Thursday's game at Alaska Airlines Arena

Washington dominated the first five minutes of the game against Cal State Northridge, storming out to 14-2 lead. The Huskies are leading the Matadors 38-19 at halftime. The Matadors did not make their first field goal until the 14:01 mark. 

Huskies' center Aziz N'Diaye saw his first action after missing two games. The seven-footer came off the bench, scoring six points and grabbing three rebounds in ten minutes of action.

Head Coach Lorenzo Romar will be happy with his team's defense; Washington held the Matadors to 4-for-25 (16%) shooting in the first half. The Huskies also have the rebounding edge, 27-13. Terrence Ross leads all scorers with 10 points. 

The game is not televised, but can be heard on 950 KJR. Gregg Bell of Washington Athletics is holding a live chat at GoHuskies.com covering the game. Also, Percy Allen from the Seattle Times has a running game thread at his Husky Men's Basketball Blog.

For more on the Huskies, check out UW Dawg Pound.

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