SEATTLE (Ticker) -- Jamaal Williams kept the good times rolling for No. 17 Washington.
Williams scored 14 of his career-high 22 points in the first half and freshman Joel Smith added 15 as Washington rolled up its highest scoring output in 13 years in a 115-53 rout of Sacred Heart.
Off to their best start in 14 years, the Huskies built upon their solid 68-64 win over then-No. 9 North Carolina State on Sunday by shooting 56 percent (24-of-43) from the floor in the first half.
Washington finished with its highest single-game total since amassing 130 against Chico State on December 1, 1991 (130-67). It also recorded a school-record 21 steals.
Williams made a layup and hit a jumper within a 20-second span to give Washington (9-1) a 15-7 lead. Joel Smith chipped in three straight baskets and capped off a 24-0 run with a dunk for a 27-7 lead with 12:10 remaining.
"We got up, and instead of being content, we continued to play, and continued to work," Washington coach Lorenzo Romar said. "We forced 30 turnovers. Thirty assists, too - I don't care who you're playing against, that's pretty good. I'm proud of our guys' effort tonight."
Williams, a transfer from New Mexico, finished 11-of-12 from the field and Smith made 6-of-7 shots, including a pair of 3-pointers, for Washington, which led 55-31 at the break.
"It's good for him to have a game like this going into Houston, because they will not be a walk in the park," Romar said about Williams. "We're going to need every bit of everything we've got to win that game."
The Huskies produced more of the same in the second half, going on a 21-9 run to start the half and scoring 21 straight points for a 93-40 advantage with 8:31 remaining. They finished 55 percent (47-of-85) from the floor over the last 20 minutes in their fifth straight win.
Bobby Jones scored 14 points and collected a career-high 14 rebounds. Nate Robinson and Tre Simmons had 13 apiece and Mike Jensen chipped in 12 for Washington, which had eight players reach double figures as it surpassed 100 points for the fourth time since the start of the 2003-04 campaign.
Senior Will Conroy totaled 11 points, a career-tying 13 assists and six rebounds for the Huskies, who dominated the Pioneers in the paint, 70-20, and blitzed them on the fast break by a 25-0 margin.
Washington did play without junior Brandon Roy, who had missed the previous five games due to arthroscopic knee surgery before scoring 10 points on 5-of-5 shooting in 18 minutes against NC State.
"It was determined before that unless he was needed, we would give him a little rest," Romar said about sitting Roy. "He played 18 minutes against NC State - probably three to four more than he should've - and we want to make sure he's rested. He will definitely play against Houston, and then we've got the break, where we're off for a few days, which is more time for him to strengthen that knee. We didn't want to risk anything tonight, so we sat him out."
Luke Granato scored 15 points and Kibwe Trim added 11 for Sacred Heart (1-7), which absorbed a sixth straight loss, five of which have come on the road.
Mike Parker chipped in six points and nine assists for the Pioneers, who committed 34 turnovers and shot 33 percent (17-of-51) from the floor.
"The pressure that they put on and the way they're playing speaks for itself," Sacred Heart coach Dave Bike said. "We didn't handle it. That's as good of pressure as we've seen in Division I. They just took us apart with their defense. That was disturbing."