SEATTLE — Jazmine Davis scored 24 points, including the last four points of the game, and Washington defeated Southern California 71-68 on Sunday.
Talia Walton added 13 points for the Huskies (17-6, 9-3 Pac-12), who bounced back after a loss Friday night to No. 17 UCLA.
Davis’ basket with 1:20 left gave Washington a 59-58 lead, and she made two free throws with less than 20 seconds to play to make it a three-point game.
Cassie Harberts scored 16 points to lead USC (8-15, 5-7) and she also matched a team high with eight rebounds. Ariya Crook scored 15 and Desiree Bradley added 11 points.
Washington held a 13-point lead early in the second half, but the Trojans came back to lead 51-49 with 7:40 to play. The lead went back and forth after that but Southern California lost for the fourth straight game.
No. 17 UCLA 80, Washington St. 65: At Pullman, Wash., Jasmine Dixon, Alyssia Brewer and Mariah Williams scored 14 points each and UCLA won its sixth in a ro.
Nirra Fields added 12 points and Atonye Nyingifa scored 10 for the Bruins (19-4, 10-2 Pac-12), who broke away from a two-point halftime lead by shooting 85 percent (17 of 20) in the second half. UCLA finished the game at 64 percent (30 of 47).
Brewer also had nine rebounds and five assists.
Lia Galdeira led Washington State (9-14, 5-7) with 19 points and Sage Romberg scored 10. The Cougars had won four in a row.
The Bruins used a 9-0 run to take the lead for good. Fields scored six of the nine points as UCLA went ahead 50-42 with 13:37 to go.
UCLA, in third place in the Pac-12, hosts conference leaders No. 6 California and No. 4 Stanford next weekend.
NO. 4 STANFORD 69, ARIZONA STATE 45: At Stanford, Calif., Chiney Ogwumike had 26 points and 14 rebounds to help Stanford to its eighth consecutive victory.
Bonnie Samuelson scored a career-high 19 points and Joslyn Tinkle added 13 points and 11 rebounds for the Cardinal (22-2, 11-1 Pac-12), who have won 11 of 12 overall.
Samuelson reached double figures in points for the third time this season and second time in three games. Stanford has beaten Arizona State 14 consecutive times.
Haley Videckis scored 11 for the Sun Devils (11-13, 3-9), who have lost five straight for the first time since an eight-game skid from Jan. 18 to Feb. 6, 1997.
NO. 6 CALIFORNIA 91, ARIZONA 86: At Berkeley, Calif., Talia Caldwell scored a career-high 20 points and had 12 rebounds, Gennifer Brandon also had a double-double and California extended its winning streak to nine games.
Layshia Clarendon added 20 points despite a hip pointer in the first half, and Afure Jemerigbe scored 11 for the Golden Bears. California (21-2, 11-1) leads the standings and is bidding for its first Pac-12 title.
Davellyn Whyte had 26 points, seven rebounds and eight assists for Arizona. The Wildcats (11-11, 3-8) committed 21 turnovers and had no answer for Caldwell and Brandon.
Brandon collected 22 points and 14 rebounds for her third consecutive double-double and seventh in the last eight games.
NO. 21 COLORADO 84, OREGON 59: At Boulder, Colo., Chucky Jeffery had 15 points and 15 rebounds to power Colorado to the home win.
Brittany Wilson scored 16 points for the Buffaloes (18-5, 7-5 Pac-12), who have one more conference win than all of last season. Lexy Kresl added 12 points, all on 3-pointers.
Amanda Delgado led the Ducks (3-21, 1-11) with 15 points. Danielle Love scored 14.
Utah 66, Oregon St. 40: At Salt Lake City, Iwalani Rodrigues scored 18 points and Michelle Plouffe had 14 points and 14 rebounds Sunday to help Utah.
The Utes (13-10, 4-8 Pac-12) quickly took control, scoring the game’s first 12 points, with Rodrigues scoring the first two baskets from 3-point range.
Utah led 34-21 at halftime with Rodrigues scoring 13 points before the break. The Utes maintained a double-digit lead throughout the second half.
Ruth Hamblin led the Beavers (9-15, 3-9) with eight points, all in the first half.
Utah shot 48 percent from the field and Oregon State shot 29 percent.
No. 3 Connecticut 91, DePaul 44: At Storrs, Conn., Stefanie Dolson scored 23 points to lead UConn over late-arriving DePaul, which ran into blizzard-related travel delays and reached the arena only 75 minutes before the opening tip.
About 30 inches of snow fell in the area Friday. The game drew 8,861 fans.
It was the first on-court meeting between UConn coach Geno Auriemma and DePaul coach Doug Bruno since they teamed to coach the U.S. women’s team to a gold medal last summer.
Dolson went 10 of 11 from the foul line for UConn (22-1, 9-1 Big East). Bria Hartley added 18 points and seven rebounds.
Megan Rogowski led DePaul (17-7, 6-4) with 12 points. The Blue Demons scored just 17 second-half points and shot 26 percent from the field.