Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
March 1, 2008
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No. 22 Washington State at No. 8 Stanford - Stanford, Calif. (Maples Pavilion)
Final Score: No. 22 Washington State 60, No. 8 Stanford 53
WASHINGTON STATE NOTES Stanford made its first field goal of the game at the 12:50 mark in the first half...WSU opened with a 9-0 run in the first four and a half minutes of the game.
Fewest first half points allowed by WSU this season is 12 vs. North Carolina A&T (Dec. 28)...fewest in Pac-10 play is 19 against USC (Feb. 9).
Chris Henry's appearance in the first half of Saturday's game at Stanford marked the first time this season he has appeared in consecutive games (played eight minutes at California).
Derrick Low scored in double-figures for the seventh consecutive game...he finished with 14 points....Low's 14 first-half points are his second-most first period points of the season and the most in Pac-10 play (had 16 at Idaho State).
Low did not score in the second half for the first time this season.
Counting today's game, the Cougars have led Stanford at halftime in the last five games...WSU is 1-4 in those games.
After missing WSU's game at Cal Thursday with a sprained ankle, Daven Harmeling played three minutes.
Stanford grabbed its first lead of the game at 3:35-minute mark (52-51)...first tie of game since 0-0 came at 4:01 (51-51).
WSU is 15-2 when leading at halftime, it's only losses when leading at the half are to Stanford (Feb. 2 and March 1).
Low played all 20 minutes in the first half for the first time this season...Rochestie played all 20 first-half minutes for the second time this season (also against Air Force).