LOS ANGELES (Ticker) -- The smallest player on the floor came up big when it counted.
Nate Robinson scored 29 points, including six in overtime, as No. 13 Washington survived a scare but advanced to the Pac-10 Conference semifinals with a 95-90 victory over Arizona State.
The 5-9 junior guard came up with big play after big play in the extra session to set up a meeting with the winner of Stanford-Washington State on Friday.
Playing with four fouls, Robinson hit a spinning layup with 2:40 to play in overtime to give the Huskies an 89-86 lead. He pushed the lead to five with two free throws on Washington's next possession and hit a tough bank shot with 1:19 remaining to put the Huskies (25-5) in front, 93-89.
"We do well against them because of the way they play," Robinson said. "Coach does a great job of teaching us not to give up no matter what and the guys put so much confidence in me when I am playing. The sky's the limit."
Robinson finished 9-of-16 from the field, including 3-of-5 from the arc, and made all but one of his nine free throws. He added seven rebounds and a pair of steals.
Kevin Kruger and Steve Moore each scored 22 points for Arizona State (18-13) but neither player scored in overtime. Ike Diogu scored 21 and grabbed 13 boards for the Sun Devils.
Diogu was 6-of-11 from the field and 8-of-9 from the line and constantly drew the attention of the Washington defense opening things up for Kruger and Moore on the outside.
"They took a chance by putting so may guys on me that it opened up the perimeter," said Diogu, who set a new Pac-10 tournament record with five blocks. "The perimeter guys were killers. I didn't have to go and score 31 because the outside guys were hitting shots."
Regulation ended with a wild finish as the Sun Devils overcame an 81-77 deficit in the final 50 seconds to tie the game.
Arizona State's Bryson Krueger hit a pair of free throws and after a steal by Jason Braxton, Moore converted a layup to knot the game at 81-81 with 14 seconds to play. Washington did not call a time out and raced the ball up the floor, getting a dunk by Hakeem Rollins off a nice feed from Will Conroy. Not to be outdone, Moore got to the rim again and his layup with four-tenths of a second left tied the game at 83-83.
"I was just trying to get to the rack," Moore said. "I was just trying to get a foul and make the shot and get to the basket as quick as I could."
The Sun Devils may not have needed any last second heroics from Moore had they played better defense in the first half. Washington scored 52 points and shot 55 percent (16-of-29) in the opening 20 minutes.
"The intensity picked up in the second half and I thought we were a little bit more patient with the basketball offensively," Arizona State coach Rob Evans said. "I was pleased with the looks. I was pleased with the way my team played offensively in the second half and in the overtime."