Jazmine Davis had her own rooting section, and she gave them something worth cheering for in Washington's loss.

Davis scored a team-high 16 points, but Stanford's Ogwumike sisters were too much for the Huskies as the No. 4 Cardinal cruised to a 65-47 victory Saturday.

"It was a great opportunity for her to come back and play against a great Stanford team," Huskies coach Kevin McGuff said. "She has great admiration for the program and she played hard for us."

Davis scored in double figures for a season-high sixth straight game and for the 14th time overall. The freshman point guard attended Valley Christian High in nearby San Jose.

"She created a lot of good shots for herself and her teammates," McGuff said.

Washington continues to take its lumps in conference play, dropping to 1-4 on the road.

"We've gotten much better defensively and rebounding," McGuff said. "Stanford sets the bar for the rest of the league and they give something to shoot for. I marvel at the fact they show up every night ready to play. That's something we all strive for."

Nnemkadi Ogwumike scored eight of her 17 points in the final seven minutes and Chiney Ogwumike had 15 points and 11 rebounds for the Cardinal, who have won 14 straight since their only loss at Connecticut in November.

Taylor Greenfield came off the bench to score 12 points and spark a late rally for the Cardinal (17-1, 8-0 in the Pac-12), who won their 73rd consecutive home game and 65th straight against a conference opponent.

Regina Rogers was held to a season-low five points, in part due to foul trouble. She had a team-high seven rebounds.

"It was tough," Nneka Ogwumike said. "I had a lot of help. We tried to double her every time. When she gets 1-on-1 on the block there is no way she's not going to score."

Washington went on an 11-6 run to end the first half, closing within 27-20 of Stanford heading into the intermission.

Both teams had trouble finding open looks at the basket against swarming defenses and were both held below their season field-goal percentage averages.

"We played hard in the first half, but they played great defense, too," McGuff said. "Their depth and athleticism wore on us."

Washington, coming off its worst loss of the season at California on Thursday, made it uncomfortable for the Cardinal, who started to pull away only when Rogers, the Huskies' leading scorer and top rebounder, was called for her third foul early in the second half.

Wetmore hit a free throw with 16:46 remaining to play to bring the Huskies within 32-25.

Greenfield sparked a 17-3 run with four 3-pointers over an eight-minute span that put Stanford ahead 49-28 with 8:45 remaining.