Jesse Perry: Perry again went up against a big center in Aziz N'Diaye and did okay against him. The power forward had troubles early, but really bogged down on defense as the game went along. Perry did not shoot well from the field, only going 3 of 14 and scoring 13 points. He grabbed 12 rebounds but despite that number, Washington did a great job of getting second chance points that really helped it win the game.
Kevin Parrom: No one has had a tougher season than Kevin Parrom. His energy helped get Arizona the lead in the first half and you would have to think that if he was healthy in the second, Arizona would have never started slowly in the half and could have won the game. His broken right foot will sideline him for the rest of the season and this is a big loss for Arizona.
Josiah Turner: Turner was pretty aggressive all evening against the Huskies, which is definitely what you want to see from him. He had a few turnovers early but fixed that in the second half and finished with eight points on 3 of 9 shooting and an assist. It was the last play of the game defensively for Turner that leaves you scratching your head. Your point guard undoubtedly has to know the situation and what needs to happen on the court. Learning situation for Turner.
Kyle Fogg: After the aggressive, impressive showing on Thursday night against Washington State, Fogg started Saturday where he left off. He hit his first three, but then tried to do just a bit much and really started turning the ball over. Fogg had five turnovers for the game and finished with seven points on 2 of 4 shooting from downtown. Arizona needed him to be more aggressive in getting open and hitting shots.
Nick Johnson: You thought this would have been a game where you saw Johnson break out and give Arizona another scorer, but he once again could not get it going. His only basket came with just under a minute left to bring Arizona within two. He finished with two points on 1 of 4 shooting and had three rebounds. Johnson just flat out is not playing well right now and if the Wildcats have any chance of ending the season the way they want it to, he needs to improve.