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Stanford-Oregon Postgame Notes
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 01/03/2014

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.



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