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Stanford wears down Cal
By Bi Yu posted 1/15/14

Chasson Randal driving past wallaceThe Stanford Cardinal made their annual pilgrimage across the Bay to meet the California Golden Bears at Haas Pavilion.  Stanford battled back in the second half and held Cal to 32-percent shooting from the field to capture a 69-59 win.  

“This (win) means a lot, especially my senior year,” stated senior Chasson Randle. “We had to make sure we put a stamp on this place.  That is three in a row for us up here.”

Stanford not only left their stamp, they muzzled Cal.  The Bears were up 31-26 going into the locker room, then The Cardinal outscored Cal 43-28 in the final period. Cal shot 50-percentfrom three in the first half, but that dropped to 30-percent in the second half.  They only shot 35.5-percent from the field for the game, compared to 48-percent from stanford.

Cal’s leading scorer and third Pac-12, Tyrone Wallace, led the Bears with 14 points and 9 rebounds, but he missed on 16-of-22 including all four from three.  Pac-12 second leading scorer senior guard Chasson Randle led all scorers with 25 points on 8-of-14 from the field and 4-of-6 from the arc.

Stanford defense on Wallace“It was a team effort,” Randle acknowledged about stifling the offensive output of Wallace, the Pac-12 third leading scorer at 18 ppg.

 Randle had foul trouble in the final stretch of the game and had to sit with 4 fouls up 53-48 with 7:43 remaining.  When he returned two minutes later, Stanford was only up 2 points.  

With 4 minutes left, Randle sparked a 9-1 run with a pull-up jumper and fifth-year senior Anthony Brown nailed a three to end the run and put the Cardinal up 65-53 to put the game out of reach at the two minute mark.  Brown finished with 18 points including 4-of-5 from three.  Stanford shot 71-percent from beyond the arc in the second half and 50-percent for the game.

Senior forward David Kravish finished with 11 points and 9 rebounds and sophomore guard Jordan Mathews added 10 points and 3 assists who were the only Bears in double-figures.   

Stefan Nastic, a fifth-year center from Canada, made a huge impact in the second half as dawkins and the Cardinal made it priority to pound the ball inside. Nastic contributed 14 points and 9 rebounds.

 

 

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