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.