Stanford – 43 • 43 = 86
Fresno State – 31 • 23 = 54
• Stanford is now 22-6 all-time against Fresno State after Saturday’s 86-54 victory. The Cardinal has now won 10 straight against the Bulldogs.
• Sophomore forward Taylor Greenfield made her first start of the season Saturday. She matched her career highs of 18 points and six rebounds, went 6-for-11 from the field and hit a season-high four 3-pointers. She is now averaging 10.3 points per game over the four games since returning on Dec. 14 from a foot injury that kept her out of the team’s opening eight contests.
• Chiney Ogwumike posted her eighth double-double of the season, scoring 20 points with 10 rebounds over just 23 minutes of action. She went 9-for-11 from the field Saturday.
• Chiney Ogwumike’s 20 points Saturday upped her career scoring total to 2,079 points, moving past Nicole Powell (2,062) and Val Whiting (2,077) into fifth place on Stanford’s all-time scoring list. Ogwumike is now 46 points back of Jayne Appel (2,125) for fourth place. Ogwumike also upped her career rebounding total to 1,257, moving to just six behind Jayne Appel (1,263) for second on Stanford’s all-time list, and to just nine behind Kayla Pedersen’s Pac-12 and Stanford record of 1,266.
• Amber Orrange scored 15 points (on 6-for-10 shooting) with six assists and three steals.
• Bonnie Samuelson scored 14 points in 16 minutes off the bench and set season highs in field goals (five), 3-pointers made (four) and rebounds (four).
• Mikaela Ruef set a career high with eight assists to go with seven rebounds and five points.
• Stanford hit a season-high 12 3-pointers and matched season bests with 66 field-goal attempts and just eight turnovers in Saturday’s win.
• Fresno State’s 28.6 field-goal percentage (18-for-63) marked the fourth time this season that Stanford held an opponent to under 30-percent shooting.• Fresno State grabbed 40 rebounds Saturday, becoming just the fifth team in 11 games to finish with at least 40 boards against the Cardinal this season.