Alanna Smith tallied 20 points and Kaylee Johnson added 10 points and 15 rebounds to propel Stanford to a 70-57 victory over Washington State on Friday night.
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- 11/105L 85-64
- 11/121L 78-53
- 11/17W 53-43
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- 11/23W 79-54
- 11/24W 74-53
- 11/259L 94-82
- 11/29W 86-66
- 12/39L 81-57
- 12/16W 74-33
- 12/18L 71-64
- 12/217L 83-71
- 12/2911W 76-65
- 12/31W 72-65
- 1/5W 61-46
- 1/725L 73-66
- 1/12W 70-57
- 1/14W 71-45
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Charnea Johnson-Chapman scored a career-high 16 points and No. 25 Arizona State made 10 of 18 free throws in the fourth quarter to defeat No. 24 Stanford 73-66 on Sunday.
Alanna Smith and Kiana Williams had 12 points each and the No. 24 Stanford women led by at least 10 after halftime on their way to a 61-46 win over Arizona on Friday night.
While teams such as Rutgers, Villanova and Notre Dame rose to the occasion and dominated the nonconference portion of their schedules, teams such as Stanford, Virginia and Oklahoma have ground to make up between now and March.
Stanford re-entered the AP poll at No. 24 on Monday after beating then-No. 11 UCLA and Southern California. Stanford fell out of the poll last week after being ranked in the Associated Press women's basketball poll for 312 consecutive weeks.
A week after Stanford fell out of the AP Top 25 for the first time since 2001, Brittany McPhee made sure the Cardinal are back in the rankings. McPhee helped Stanford start out 2-0 in the Pac-12, including a win over then-No. 11 UCLA.
Brittany McPhee scored 12 of her 26 points in the fourth quarter to help Stanford to a 76-65 upset of No. 11 UCLA on Friday night in a Pac-12 Conference opener.
Stanford has fallen out of the Associated Press women's basketball poll for the first time since the 2001 season.
Jaime Nared scored a career-high 28 points, Evina Westbrook added 17 and No. 7 Tennessee fended off No. 18 Stanford 79-67 on Thursday night to improve to 12-0.
The current edition of the rivalry might not measure up to the marquee matchups of the past, but after its first win at Maples since 2005, Tennessee is 12-0. Will Stanford, which is 0-5 against top-10 teams, now fall out of the Top 25?
Emily Clemens scored 15 of her season-high 26 points in the second half and Taylor Higginbotham had 17 points and 10 rebounds to help the Western Illinois women beat No. 18 Stanford 71-64 on Monday night for its first-ever win over a ranked team.
Kiana Williams scored 14 points with three 3-pointers and No. 18 Stanford rolled to a 74-33 win over UNLV on Saturday.
Kalani Brown had 28 points for No. 9 Baylor, which scored the game's first nine points and led throughout in an 81-57 victory over No. 16 Stanford on Sunday.
DiJonai Carrington and Alanna Smith scored 19 points apiece, Kiana Williams added a career-high 17 and No. 16 Stanford made a school-record 11 3-pointers in the second half to pull away for an 86-66 win over San Francisco on Wednesday night.
Kelsey Mitchell scored six of her game-high 37 points in overtime to lead No. 9 Ohio State to a 94-82 victory over No. 14 Stanford on Saturday night in the Play4Kay Shootout.
Alanna Smith finished with a double-double and No. 14 Stanford's defense clamped down in the second half as the Cardinal rolled to a 74-53 victory over Belmont on Friday night in the Play4Kay Showcase.
DiJonai Carrington scored a career-high 24 points and hauled down 10 rebounds to lead No. 14 Stanford over Kent State 79-54 on Thursday in the Play4Kay Showcase.
Alexa Romano scored a career-high 13 points and No. 14 Stanford used a big start to cruise to a 57-34 win over Cal State Bakersfield on Sunday.
DiJonai Carrington had 13 points and a career-high 22 rebounds in her first career start Friday night and the No. 14 Stanford women got their first win of the season 53-43 over UC Riverside.
Dismantling Stanford behind a first-half performance that even Geno Auriemma couldn't help but praise, UConn looked more than motivated in its season opener, and sophomore point guard Crystal Dangerfield looked better than ever.
Crystal Dangerfield scored 24 points and Katie Lou Samuelson added 21 to help top-ranked UConn rout No. 10 Stanford 78-53 on Sunday.