SEATTLE (Ticker) -- Southern California has seen enough of Tre Simmons and Washington.
Simmons scored a career-high 29 points as No. 12 Washington routed Southern California, 99-69, to extend its school-record Pac-10 Conference winning streak to 13 games.
Simmons, who scored 22 points in an 84-59 victory over the Trojans in their first encounter this season, shot 11-of-21 in this one. He matched his career high with six 3-pointers as the second-highest scoring team in the nation shot 60 percent (42-of-70) from the field - its best shooting game of the season.
"Simmons really caught fire towards the end of the first half and really began to shoot the ball," Washington coach Lorenzo Romar said. "Give Will Conroy a lot of credit and the rest of the guys for finding him. They understand that when Tre starts hitting, that he is capable of doing what he did tonight."
Jamaal Williams scored 21 points off the bench on 9-of-10 shooting and Conroy had 13 and 10 assists for the Huskies (18-3, 8-2 Pac-10), who extended their overall home winning streak at Bank of America Arena to 19 straight.
The Trojans shot 40 percent (28-of-70) and had 24 turnovers.
"We were right there and we came out strong," USC coach Jim Saia said. "We just started to turn it over and we are just not disciplined enough to stay with what we do.
"We just couldn't get an offense going against their defense. When you have 14 turnovers in the first half, you are going to have a tough time."
The Trojans led, 9-6, four minutes in before Williams scored 12 points during a 23-9 run that gave the Huskies a 29-18 lead with 7 1/2 minutes to play.
"Jamaal Williams really hurt us when they went on that run," Saia said. "He just scored every time he touched the ball."
After USC pulled within 31-27 on a 3-pointer by Gabriel Pruitt with 4:45 left in the first half, Simmons scored six points as Washington closed the half on an 16-2 burst for a 47-29 advantage.
The Huskies took their biggest lead of the game, 94-53, when Brandon Burmeister capped a 10-0 run on a dunk with four minutes left.
Lodrick Stewart scored 13 points and Nick Young added 11 for USC (9-12, 2-8), which lost its fourth consecutive contest to Washington and its third straight overall.