Washington (13-18) appeared to be headed toward a rout, but blew a 15-point lead with 8½ minutes left.
The sixth-seeded Huskies went 8 minutes without a field goal as Washington State (17-15) scored 15 straight points to tie it. Desmond Simmons put Washington up by two with a tough shot inside with 1:16 remaining, and Washington State's Brock Motum badly missed a 3-pointer while trying to draw a foul with 3 seconds left.
Abdul Gaddy had 11 assists for Washington, which moves on to face third-seeded Oregon in Thursday's quarterfinals.
Motum had 28 points in what's likely his final game for Washington State, and D.J. Shelton added 19.
Points: Suggs 19, Wilcox 11, Kemp 10, Gaddy 9, Simmons 6, Jarreau 4, Andrews 3, N'Diaye 2
Rebounds: N'Diaye 8, Andrews 5, Simmons 3, Gaddy 2, Jarreau 2, Kemp 1, Suggs 1, Wilcox 1
Assists: Gaddy 11, Suggs 1, Wilcox 1, Jarreau 1
Blocks: N'Diaye 2, Kemp 1
Steals: N'Diaye 1, Suggs 1, Gaddy 1, Wilcox 1
Huskies Survive and Advance
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