Washington Vs. Arizona: Tony Wroten And Huskies Down Wildcats, 69-67

Washington beat Arizona 69-67 in a fiercely contested Pac-12 conference matchup on Saturday evening at the McKale Center in Tucson.

ESPN's nationally-televised game came down to the final seconds, with the Huskies holding off a late Arizona run. Huskies freshman Tony Wroten made a game-winning block in the game's final seconds to secure a Washington victory. The Huskies led by nine points with 2:35 left in the game, but Arizona slowly chipped away at the lead, eventually tying the game at 67-67 after a Solomon Hill three-pointer.

Washington inbounded the ball after Hill's basket and drew a blocking foul from Wildcats freshman Josiah Turner — sending C.J. Wilcox to the free-throw line. After Wilcox's made free-throws, Arizona's Josiah Turner's layup was blocked by Wroten at the :02 mark, preventing the game from going into overtime.

The Wildcats' offense benefited from its 21-for-29 performance at the free-throw line, and also the play of Hill. The junior forward tallied 28 points and 11 rebounds in the losing effort. Washington had four players in double-figures, led by Wroten's 17 points.

For all news and information regarding the Washington Huskies, please visit UW Dawg Pound. For updates and perspective on the Arizona Wildcats, head on over to Arizona Desert Swarm.

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