SEATTLE (AP) -- Jazmine Davis led all scorers with 27 points, helping Washington hang on for a 72-69 win over Oregon on Thursday night.
Regina Rogers added 15 points and 10 rebounds for Washington (13-9, 5-7), and Kellie McCann-Smith scored 12 points.
Amanda Johnson led Oregon (13-11, 5-7) with 26 points and 12 rebounds.
The Ducks were down three points with 4.5 seconds left and Washington's Mollie Williams at the free-throw line. Williams missed both free throws but scrambled back to steal the ball from Oregon's Danielle Love before the Ducks could take a shot. The horn sounded with a relieved Williams on the floor with the ball.
Washington had flashbacks to its first game against Oregon this season. The Huskies led that one by 16 points in Eugene before losing 88-86. On Thursday, Washington went up by as many as 15 in the second half before holding off the Ducks.
Washington almost derailed itself by missing free throws in the final 30 seconds. Up by four with 27.4 seconds remaining, Mercedes Wetmore made one of two. Nia Jackson made one free throw for Oregon before Davis was fouled and missed both with 20.3 seconds left.
Washington's Charmaine Barlow fouled Johnson with 5.9 seconds to go. Johnson made the first and missed the second, setting up Williams' final trip to the line.
Two free throws from Rogers, followed by an offensive rebound and put-back from Williams, pushed Washington in front 43-30 earlier in the second half.
But Oregon would not fold, using a zone defense and a full-court press that troubled Washington all night. Jackson drove and drew a foul, and her two free throws pulled Oregon back within 48-42 with 10:08 remaining.
The Huskies answered out of a timeout. Washington broke Oregon's press, leading to a Wetmore layup. Williams made a free throw, Kellie McCann-Smith made a 3-pointer and Davis scored and was fouled. Her free throw pushed Washington in front 57-42.
Washington led 32-26 at halftime despite 14 turnovers in the first 20 minutes. Oregon's inability to shoot accurately helped. The Ducks finished the half just 8 for 37 from the field. Of those 37 shots, 24 were 3-point attempts; Oregon made six.
Most of Oregon's shots came early in the shot clock and shortly after the Ducks crossed the half-court line.
Oregon was also outrebounded in the first half 28-18. Only Johnson made it to double figures in the first half, scoring 10 points.