Feb. 25, 2006
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) - Freshman reserve Anthony Goods scored on a tip-in with 3.7 seconds left Saturday to give Stanford a 39-37 victory over Washington State.
Chris Hernandez, who led Stanford (14-11, 10-6 Pac-10) with 10 points, missed a 15-foot jump shot that Goods converted when no defenders blocked him out.
The total of 76 points was the lowest in a Pac-10 game since Oregon State defeated Oregon 29-23 on March 23, 1984 (prior to the shot clock).
Stanford's 39 points was the team's lowest score in a victory since a 38-33 win over UCLA in 1946-47. Stanford had not scored fewer points in any game since a 42-34 loss to UCLA in 1981-82.
Washington State had not lost a game with so few points allowed since losing 37-36 at Washington in 1969-70.
Stanford shot 32.6 percent from the floor, including 30 percent on 3-pointers (3 for 10). Washington State shot 32.7 percent from the field, which included going 2-for-17 on 3-pointers.
Washington State drew 12 fouls and Stanford six in a physical contest. Stanford went 6-for-10 at the free-throw line, and Washington State went 1 for 2.
The Cougars, who lost their previous game 43-41 to California on Thursday, fell to 0-5 in two-point games.
Randy Green, Washington State's only senior, was honored before the game. WSU players wore green warmup shirts with Green's No. 12 uniform number.
Green, a part-time starter, scored no points on 0-for-7 shooting (including six 3-point attempts). He tied his career high with four steals.