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Stanford 73, Calfornia 40

STANFORD, Calif. - Hall of Famer Tara VanDerveer became the first women's basketball coach with 500 regular-season wins in a single conference, and her No. 5 Stanford team beat California 73-40 in the first of two weekend meetings between the Bay Area rivals.

Freshmen Haley Jones and Ashten Prechtel scored 17 and 13 points, respectively, as the Cardinal (14-1, 3-0 Pac-12) took control from the opening tipoff to win their fourth straight game since the team's lone defeat at Texas on Dec. 22.

It marked the debut matchup for first-year Cal coach Charmin Smith facing her former coach in VanDerveer, who improved to 500-78 in regualr-season conference play in the Pac-12 that was formerly the Pac-10. Geno Auriemma of Connecticut has his victories split between the AAC and Big East, while the late Pat Summitt of Tennessee earned 458 victories in the SEC.

Cold-shooting, overmatched Cal (8-6, 0-3) fell behind immediately and couldn't keep up, trailing 39-15 at halftime before scoring only three points in the third quarter on 1-for-14 shooting. Jazlen Green scored 10 points to lead the way.

After being swept by the Washington schools at home in Haas Pavilion last weekend, including a 96-75 defeat to Washington State on Sunday, the Golden Bears lost their third straight game and fourth in five after a seven-game winning streak.

Jones shot 7 for 10 for Stanford on a night junior point guard Kiana Williams struggled to find her shooting stroke and scored nine points on 3-for-10 shooting playing just 22 minutes in the rout.

Stanford's length on the defensive end stymied Cal's shooters from the opening tip. The Cardinal finished the first quarter on a 16-0 run to go ahead 20-5, then pushed the run to 25-1 to lead 29-6. The Bears began 2 for 18 and missed 13 straight shots spanning the first and second quarters, going the final 6:29 of the opening period without scoring with 11 straight misses.

Jaelyn Brown, who came in averaging 15.6 points per game and scored 20 against the Cougars, was held to four and took only four shots.

Associated Press


Janaury 10, 2020

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