Jaden McDaniels and Isaiah Stewart combined for 36 points as No. 22 Washington surged past South Dakota in the waning minutes for a 75-55 victory Monday night.
McDaniels, who scored on array of long jumpers, dribble drive pull-ups and contested layups, finished with 20 points while Stewart notched his second double-double with 16 points and a career-high 15 rebounds.
Jamal Bey had 14 points in his first start and Nahziah Carter finished with 12 for the Huskies, who won their fourth straight game and improved to 6-1 at Alaska Airlines Arena.
UW coach Mike Hopkins altered the starting lineup for the first time this season and elevated Bey ahead of junior forward Hameir Wright.