Oregon (9-3, 0-1 Pac-12) – 34 • 32 = 66
Stanford (12-1, 1-0 Pac-12) – 51 • 45 = 96
• Stanford is now 48-8 all-time against Oregon after Friday’s 96-66 victory. The Cardinal has now won 18 straight against the Ducks.
• Stanford is now 25-3 in its Pac-12 openers since the conference’s inaugural year (1986-87).
• Stanford set new season highs in points scored (96), first-half points scored (51), field goals made (38), field goals attemped (71), rebounds (51) and assists (28) Friday night.
• Stanford matched its season high with 12 3-pointers Friday, equaling the total it hit in its last game, at Fresno State on Dec. 28.
• Oregon’s scoring total of 66 points was its lowest output of the season. The Ducks entered the game averaging a national-best 105.3 points per game.
• Chiney Ogwumike grabbed a defensive rebound with 12:20 remaining in the contest for her 1,267th-career rebound, passing Kayla Pedersen (1,266) as the Pac-12’s and Stanford’s all-time rebounding leader. Ogwumike finished the game with 14 rebounds, bringing her career total now to 1,271.
• Ogwumike also scored 33 points Friday for her fifth 30-point game of the season, and combined with the 14 rebounds posted her ninth double-double of the season. Her 33 points increased her career scoring total to 2,112, just 13 points behind Jayne Appel (2,125) for fourth place on Stanford’s all-time scoring list.
• Bonnie Samuelson scored a career-high 21 points, besting her previous benchmark of 19 set against Arizona State on Feb. 10, 2013. Samuelson also set a new career high with seven field goals made, and matched her career best with six 3-pointers Friday, marking the third time in her career she has hit that total. The previous occasion was Jan. 5, 2012 against Oregon.
• Oregon’s Jillian Alleyne scored 26 points, the most by an opposing player against the Cardinal this season. Her double-double of 26 points and 13 rebounds was also the seventh by an opposing player against the Cardinal this year.
• Stanford shot 52.1 percent Friday night, marking the fifth time this season that the Cardinal made at least half of its field-goal attempts in a game.
• Freshman forward Erica McCall matched her season high with eight rebounds. It is the third game this year in which she has grabbed eight boards.