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Stanford-Tennessee Postgame Notes
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 12/21/2013

FINAL SCORE

 

Tennessee – 29 • 41 = 70

Stanford – 37 • 39 = 76

 

 

Stanford is now 9-22 against Tennessee after Saturday’s 76-70 victory. Saturday’s win also marks the first time that Stanford has defeated Tennessee three straight times. The Cardinal has now won five of the past eight and four of the last five against the Lady Volunteers.

 

Chiney Ogwumike recorded a season-high 20 rebounds to go with 32 points, posting the first 30-point, 20-rebounds game of her career. Her 15 field goals matched her career high set Nov. 15 against Cal Poly.

 

Chiney Ogwumike’s 20 rebounds came up four shy of her career high of 24, which is also the Stanford single-game record, set Feb. 24, 2013 against Oregon. Ogwumike’s 20 rebounds rank tied for fifth on Stanford’s single-game record list.

 

Stanford out-rebounded Tennessee, 43-40, Saturday. It was the first time all season that Tennessee had been out-rebounded.

 

Freshman guard Lili Thompson set new season highs with 14 points and five field goals, and matched her season high with three 3-pointers Saturday.

 

Taylor Greenfield set season highs with 11 points and three 3-pointers made in Saturday’s win.

 

Junior Taylor Greenfield scored a season-high eight points in her second game since returning to action due to a foot injury.

 

Stanford shot 63.6 percent (7-for-11) from behind the arc Saturday, it’s best single-game 3-point field-goal percentage of the season.

 

Tennessee is now just the second team this season to have four players score in double digits against the Cardinal (Massengale 17, Simmons 15, Graves 14, Harrison 10). Boston College was the only other team to achieve the feat this year (Nov. 9).

 

Chiney Ogwumike upped her career scoring total to 2,059 points, moving past Jeanne Ruark Hoff and into seventh place on Stanford’s all-time scoring list. Ogwumike is now now five points back of Nicole Powell (sixth) and 18 points back of Val Whiting (fifth). Ogwumike also upped her career rebounding total to 1,247, moving to just 16 behind Jayne Appel (1,263) for second on Stanford’s all-time list, and to just 19 behind Kayla Pedersen’s Pac-12 and Stanford record of 1,266.

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