As a team, Washington shot 53.8% from the field to go with 19 rebounds in the second half to pull away and win comfortably by a score of 87-64.
While the Huskies picked up the defense in the second half -- holding Stanford to 21.4% from deep -- it was not enough, as the home side made enough shots to hold off UW and secure the win.
Washington continued its trend of elite ball control in conference play. The 18 team assists were a season-high and seven team turnovers marked the fifth Pac-12 game where the Huskies have had single-digit turnovers.
The Huskies would continue to string together defensive stops to lock up the win and complete the season sweep of Utah. It was UW's fourth straight home win, which have all been Pac-12 games. It was also the team's fifth win in its last six games.
The Huskies (10-8, 5-3) traded blows with the Buffaloes (13-7, 5-5), trailing by as many as 9 and leading by as many 15, but ultimately made enough plays down the stretch to clinch their third straight home win and fourth win in their last five games.