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CBB : ATS Matchup
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WASHINGTON (21 - 12) at ST MARYS-CA (29 - 5)
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Monday, 3/19/2018 11:00 PM
NIT - Second Round
Board OpenLatest
622ST MARYS-CA-10.5-10
WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-12+915-1413-1874.433.945.6%33.172.634.544.4%35.4
Road Games6-8+0.68-56-870.830.443.2%35.574.834.844.5%37.4
Last 5 Games3-2+12-32-370.831.244.5%30.068.635.441.1%36.2
WASHINGTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)74.433.926-5845.6%7-1934.4%15-2170.2%33912198135
vs opponents surrendering73.13426-5943.8%8-2235.0%14-1972.0%34813196133
Team Stats (Road Games)70.830.426-6043.2%6-2029.7%13-1965.9%35911217154
Stats Against (All Games)72.634.526-5844.4%7-2132.8%14-2068.8%351016196153
vs opponents averaging75.835.427-5845.9%8-2236.0%14-2071.9%36914186133
Stats Against (Road Games)74.834.826-5844.5%7-2132.6%17-2468.7%371016197154

ST MARYS-CA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games29-5-0.313-177-2177.338.551.7%33.663.930.343.7%28.1
Home Games17-1+0.86-81-1278.339.250.8%34.959.828.440.9%29.2
Last 5 Games4-1-2.12-31-474.437.050.4%35.459.427.639.9%27.0
ST MARYS-CA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)77.338.528-5551.7%8-1940.9%13-1777.6%34716154103
vs opponents surrendering71.733.425-5744.6%8-2135.6%14-1972.2%33813186123
Team Stats (Home Games)78.339.228-5650.8%9-2142.3%13-1678.6%3581615593
Stats Against (All Games)63.930.324-5543.7%5-1731.3%10-1472.1%28612165103
vs opponents averaging71.833.525-5645.2%7-2035.1%14-1971.3%34814186133
Stats Against (Home Games)59.828.423-5540.9%5-1730.2%9-1374.8%29710175112
Average power rating of opponents played: WASHINGTON 78.7,  ST MARYS-CA 73.1
WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/28/2018WASHINGTON ST80-62W-8W148.5U30-5653.6%301124-5742.1%2815
2/1/2018ARIZONA ST68-64W2.5W155U24-6139.3%371324-5444.4%3215
2/8/2018@ OREGON40-65L8.5L146U15-5427.8%331625-5545.5%3811
2/10/2018@ OREGON ST94-97L6W137O33-6650.0%371940-7255.6%3517
2/22/2018@ STANFORD78-94L5L141.5O30-7241.7%381530-5752.6%4316
2/24/2018@ CALIFORNIA68-51W-3W141.5U21-4744.7%341718-5234.6%3117
3/1/2018OREGON ST79-77W-3.5L139.5O24-4257.1%17829-5156.9%2614
3/7/2018*OREGON ST66-69L2.5L140.5U23-6038.3%361122-5639.3%4410
3/14/2018@ BOISE ST77-74W2W147.5O27-5747.4%341623-6535.4%4318
3/19/2018@ ST MARYS-CA              

ST MARYS-CA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/1/2018SAN FRANCISCO79-43W-13.5W137.5U32-6350.8%44918-5731.6%2912
2/3/2018@ SAN DIEGO65-62W-8.5L136U26-4459.1%291322-4944.9%205
2/8/2018@ LOYOLA-MARYMOUNT83-62W-13W145P32-5064.0%30724-5543.6%259
2/15/2018@ SAN FRANCISCO63-70L-9L136U24-5642.9%34923-5046.0%337
2/17/2018@ PORTLAND73-61W-14.5L135.5U21-4645.7%32923-5145.1%2510
2/24/2018SANTA CLARA67-40W-17.5W134U25-5149.0%361112-5123.5%3014
3/13/2018SE LOUISIANA89-45W-14.5W139U35-5959.3%38919-5435.2%2210
WASHINGTON: Last season: 9-22
Who's gone: Coach Lorenzo Romar; G Markelle Fultz; F Malik Dime; F Matthew Atewe.
Who's back: G David Crisp was the Huskies' second-leading scorer last year at 13.8 points per game. Will need to take on an even greater scoring load this season; F Noah Dickerson averaged 12.5 points and 8.2 rebounds last season. Has lost weight and should be more athletic but must stay out of foul trouble; G Matisse Thybulle is Huskies' best defender but must improve offensively from last season's 10.5 points per game average.
Who's new: Almost everybody. The one prime recruit that stayed with the Huskies is Seattle native Jaylen Nowell. The swingman is expected to have a significant role immediately. Other newcomers include forward Hameir Wright, guard Michael Carter III and forward Nahziah Carter, the nephew of music mogul Jay Z.
The Skinny: It's all new for Washington this season after the firing of Lorenzo Romar after 15 seasons. The firing of Romar cost the Huskies arguably the most talented recruiting class in school history and left Hopkins scrambling to put together a complete roster. That means expectations are muted and a 10th-place selection in the preseason conference poll is probably correct. The Huskies could surprise if maximum potential is reached but it's unlikely this is the year Washington snaps its NCAA Tournament drought.
Washington-Saint Mary's (Cal) Preview

For only the fourth time, a team in the Associated Press Top 25 poll failed to be included in the NCAA Tournament.

Southern Methodist in 2014 was ranked 25th, Utah State in 2004 was ranked 22nd and UNLV in 1993 was 19th when they were relegated to the National Invitation Tournament.

This year, No. 25 Saint Mary's joined that list. But the Gaels hope to perform better than the past three snubbed teams. SMU won one game and Utah State and UNLV bombed out in the first round.

The Gaels showed why they're the No. 1 seed in Region 4 when they demolished Southeast Louisiana 89-45. Instead of playing on the big stage, the tournament selection committee deemed the 28-5 Gaels not worthy of an at-large bid.

"I was a little worried about our guys," Saint Mary's coach Randy Bennett told the San Francisco Chronicle. "That was a jolt the other day, and I don't know how long you need to get over that."

To say the Gaels are playing with a chip on their collective shoulder would be an understatement. But now the competition gets much more challenging.

The Gaels welcome the Washington Huskies to McKeon Pavilion -- where Saint Mary's went 17-1 this season -- on Monday for a second-round NIT clash. After nearly blowing a 10-point lead in the final 44 seconds, the Huskies held on for a 77-74 first-round win over Boise State on Wednesday.

The Huskies (21-12) under first-year coach Mike Hopkins were led by Jalen Nowell and Matisse Thybulle with 25 and 18 points, respectively.

All-Pac 12 forward Noah Dickerson was in foul trouble throughout the night and was held to 13 points.

Now it's on to scenic Moraga, Calif., and one of the toughest road venues in college basketball.

"Saint Mary's is an incredible program. They're very skilled, great passers, great open-look shooters and very disciplined," Hopkins said. "The message to our players is we have a great opponent and great opportunity on national TV."

The fifth-seed Huskies will have their hands full with the top-seed Gaels, who set school record by with their 29th victory. Senior center Jock Landale is the undeniable leader. His leadership extends beyond 21.5 points and 10.2 rebounds per game.

Before the Gaels took the court against Southeast Louisiana, the 6-foot-11 native of Australia had words of advice for his teammates.

"I just said, 'Look, we've got to prove these guys wrong. If we don't go the distance in the NIT, they're going to keep thinking that Saint Mary's doesn't deserve to be in the NCAA Tournament.' ... I think that woke everyone up and I think that from then on, it was easy for us."

Landale proceeded to score 26 points on 11-of-15 from the floor. Landale also became the school's career scoring leader, passing Omar Samhan.

The Huskies can try to double Landale every time he touches the ball -- teams had success using that strategy in the regular season -- but that will leave the Gaels' sharpshooters open. Calvin Hermanson connects on 44.4 percent of his 3-point attempts and Jordan Ford makes 44.2 percent.

Point guard Emmett Naar, who holds the school record for assists, also shoots 40.7 percent from beyond the arc.

The Huskies have a good idea about how difficult it will be for them to win at McKeon Pavilion. Washington notched road wins over Colorado, USC and most-impressively, Kansas, this season.

"We're just going to go in, try hard and play our game," Huskies junior guard Dominic Green told reporters.

Monday's matchup will be the seventh all time and first since Nov. 22, 1999.

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