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Stanford-Arizona Postgame Notes
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 01/17/2014

Stanford (16-1, 5-0 Pac-12) – 52 • 44 = 96
Arizona (4-12, 0-5 Pac-12) – 31 • 21 = 52

Stanford is now 59-12 all-time against Arizona, and has won 23 in a row against the Wildcats after Friday’s 96-52 victory.

The Cardinal set new season highs with 96 points scored, a 46-point margin of victory, 40 field goals made a 63.5 field-goal percentage (40-for-63), 15 3-pointers made, and 32 3-pointers attempted. Stanford also matched a season-high with 28 assists (tied with 28 passed out against Oregon on Jan. 3).

Stanford went 15-for-32 from 3-point range Friday. The 15 3-pointers accounted for Stanford’s seventh straight game with at least seven 3-pointers made, and the fifth game in which the Cardinal has made at least 10 triples.

Stanford attempted a season-low three free throws, and had a season-low one made. Arizona’s seven fouls were the lowest by a Cardinal opponent this season.

Seven different Cardinal players (Taylor Greenfield, Sara James, Kailee Johnson, Amber Orrange, Bonnie Samuelson, Karlie Samuelson, Lili Thompson) hit a 3-pointer Friday night, the most in a single game this season. Stanford had three times previously had six different players hit a triple in a game this season: Nov. 27 against Florida Gulf Coast, Jan. 10 at Utah, and Jan. 12 at Colorado.

Freshman Karlie Samuelson has now scored 35 points over the past two games, going 9-for-16 (56.3 percent) from behind the arc.

Chiney Ogwumike scored 24 points with 12 rebounds Friday for her 12th double-double of the season. She also went 12-for-13 from the field for her best single-game field-goal percentage of the season (92.3 percent).

Freshman guard Lili Thompson scored 12 points and matched her season high with six assists.

All 15 Stanford players saw action Friday night, marking the second time this year that it has happened. The first time was Jan. 3 vs. Oregon.

Stanford failed to grab at least 40 rebounds for just the second time this season. The Cardinal ended the game with 35. The only other sub-40-rebound game this season was Nov. 23 at Texas, when Stanford came away with 38.

Chiney Ogwumike’s 24 points increased her career scoring total to 2,231, moving her past Kate Starbird (2,215) for third place on Stanford’s all-time scoring list. She is 260 points behind older sister Nnemkadi Ogwumike (2,491) for second place.

Ogwumike’s 12 rebounds Sunday brought her Pac-12-leading career rebounding total to 1,321.


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