Feb. 28, 2011
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Stanford Cardinal (14-14, 7-10 Pac-10)
Seattle Redhawks (11-17, Independent)
Tuesday, Mar. 1, 2011 7 p.m.
Maples Pavilion (7,329) Stanford, CA
Series History: Stanford leads 2-0
Last Meeting: Stanford 105, Seattle 54 (Dec. 13, 1985)
Radio: XTRA Sports 860 AM (PBP: John Platz, Analyst: Drew Shiller)
KZSU 90.1 FM (PBP: Jacob Jaffe, Analysts: Alyssa Green, Andrew Santana)
The Opening Tip
Now in the final week of the regular season, Stanford (14-14, 7-10 Pac-10) steps out of league play for a non-conference tilt against Seattle (11-17, Independent) on Tuesday night. The Cardinal will also be closing out its home schedule, having posted a 10-5 record so far this year at Maples Pavilion.
Tuesday's game can be heard live on XTRA Sports 860 AM and Stanford's official athletics website, www.gostanford.com, featuring the chemistry-rich tandem of John Platz (play-by-play) and Drew Shiller (analyst). KZSU 90.1 FM provides coverage with Jacob Jaffe (play-by-play) and Alyssa Green and Andrew Santana (analysts). There is no television for this game, but a live webcast is available at www.gostanford.com.
One of seven Independents in Division I, Seattle (11-17) will be playing the middle game of a three-game road stretch when it faces Stanford on Tuesday ... The Redhawks have won three of their last five overall, including a 73-54 victory at Cal State Bakersfield on Saturday night ... Seattle is 5-12 away from home this year and 4-11 in true road games. The Redhawks have won back-to-back games only once this year ... Seattle averages 69.0 points per game but shoots only 39.5 percent from the floor and 29.4 percent from three-point territory. The Redhawks have racked up 235 steals, almost 100 more than Stanford's total of 137 ... Seattle's opponents have been successful offensively, averaging 75.6 points per game while making 44.6 percent overall ... Be sure to watch: Aaron Broussard (14.7 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 47.8 percent FG, 45 steals) and Sterling Carter (13.5 ppg, 3.3 rpg, team-best 72 three-pointers, 56 assists) ... Seattle is led by former UCLA standout Cameron Dollar, now in his second season.
Stanford All-Time vs. Seattle
Stanford owns a 2-0 edge in the all-time series, with these programs having last matched up 15 years ago. The Cardinal posted an 83-46 win back on Dec. 19, 1984, then followed that with a 105-54 triumph on Dec. 13, 1985.