Washington 80, San Francisco 52

Isaiah Thomas scored the first 10 points of the second half in

helping Washington coast to an 80-52 victory over San Francisco

Saturday night.

Thomas, the team’s leading scorer at 15.3 points per game, was

held in check with just two points in the first half. He then hit

successive 3-pointers to open the half, giving the Huskies a 45-24

lead.

He finished his personal 10-point run with a pair of free throws

and 18-footer to give Washington a 49-24 lead at the 16:58

mark.

Scott Suggs, who jump-started the Husky offense in the same way

with successive first-half 3-pointers, led the Huskies (7-3) with a

career-high 15 points. Thomas had 12 points in a balanced attack as

all 12 Washington players managed to score.

Michael Williams, averaging 15.9 points per game for the Dons

(4-6), finished with 19 points. Perris Blackwell added 17

points.