Then Stanford make some adjustments, tightened up the defense and took over the second half: Stanford 43, Arizona 20.Final: Stanford 83, Arizona 62
Kayla shared top-scorer honors with Nneka – 27 apiece. Kayla hit 50% of her shots and had four of seven three-pointers and seven of eight free throws. She had 13 rebounds (six of them O-boards) for the only double-double of the game.Nneka hit 69% of her shots and had six rebounds.
Jayne had 12 rebounds (six offensive), eight points and six assists with just one turnover.
Joslyn scored a career-high ten points, including two of five three-pointers.
Here are the game reports:
- Cardinal Take Care of Wildcats, 83-62 from the Associated Press
- Cold in first half, Cardinal rebound for an 83-62 win by Tom FitzGerald, San Francisco Chronicle
- Stanford women survive another hoops scare by Rick Eymer, Palo Alto Online
- Pedersen, Ogwumike sharp, but guards are not in Stanford women's win by Jake Curtis
- Stanford 83 UofA 62 from the CARD Board
The press conference video with Tara, Kayla and Nneka.
And more photos: