NCAAB Game Recap - Long Beach State at Stanford
Tue Nov 12, 2019 9:00 PM EST

Evans
67
KY
64
F
CenAR
54
Duke
105
F
N DA
66
Gonz
97
F
Mem
74
Oreg
82
F
Denv
56
UtSt
97
F
MtStM
46
Wash
56
F
Mizzu
58
Xav
63
F(OT)
Aub
70
SthAL
69
F
Pitt
71
RobM
57
F
Crei
69
Mich
79
F
PaulQ
59
Alc
111
F
(N/A)
43
Leh
80
F
Bridg
40
Radf
91
F
(N/A)
45
UMassL
88
F
W&M
80
Woff
79
F
(N/A)
67
Merrim
97
F
How
50
ND
79
F
Amer
67
GrgWas
65
F
Lamar
56
Duques
66
F
Chat
74
Troy
68
F
MD-ES
55
Longw
85
F
(N/A)
63
Hamp
95
F
NCAT
64
WCU
90
F
MsVl
81
W MI
91
F
UNH
61
StJon
74
F
StBon
65
Sien
78
F
Campbl
76
UNCW
81
F(OT)
David
58
Charl
71
F
NE
71
UMass
80
F
Hartfo
62
Maris
51
F
DelSt
74
Manh
85
F
SCSt
39
Lib
65
F
N AL
65
Ind
91
F
Citad
86
UGA
95
F
(N/A)
49
E MI
101
F
(N/A)
43
E KY
129
F
NoKY
69
CoCar
68
F
AF
69
Army
57
F
ECU
62
App
68
F
Fairf
68
HolyC
63
F(OT)
(N/A)
52
LaTec
98
F
Furm
91
ChaSo
47
F
Rice
80
NWSt
74
F
Norf
55
Miss
68
F
ChiSt
34
E IL
98
F
NOrl
64
SMU
77
F
AlSt
56
Hou
84
F
JackSt
79
Tul
88
F
Lipsco
78
TNSt
79
F
ULLa
65
TCU
98
F
NIU
52
IaSt
70
F
(N/A)
60
InWor
86
F
Valpa
89
SIU-E
76
F
(N/A)
53
WIMil
103
F
Oral
67
Tuls
74
F
CBap
54
Tex
67
F
PVAM
48
TxSt
75
F
Clev
53
MOSt
73
F
Copp
76
LoyIL
72
F
N TX
43
Ark
66
F
Minn
56
Butl
64
F
(N/A)
55
JacSt
125
F
WriSt
85
TNTec
80
F(OT)
(N/A)
38
N CO
104
F
LongB
58
Stan
86
F
(N/A)
70
UtVal
101
F
NMSt
50
UTEP
65
F
Murr
63
Tenn
82
F
Mia-FL
79
UCF
70
F
Fres
66
USD
72
F(OT)
PacOR
81
Seatt
115
F
SDSt
66
USC
84
F
WaSt
62
SCla
70
F
Pepp
94
CSNor
82
F
TexAr
73
Nev
80
F
(N/A)
52
UCIrv
98
F
UNLV
75
Cal
79
F(OT)
Okla
77
OrSt
69
F

Nov 12, 2019, 9:00 PM EST

Final

1

2

T

Long Beach State (1-2)

22

36

58

Stanford (3-0)

47

39

86

Delaire, Terry lead Stanford past the Beach, 86-58
Wed Nov 13, 2019 12:03 AM

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Sophomore Jaiden Delaire keeps things simple. It's the message he receives from the coaching staff every day.

"I want to play as hard as I can consistently and limit turnovers," Delaire said after scoring a career-high 14 points in helping Stanford beat Long Beach State 86-58 on Tuesday night.

Freshman Tyrell Terry also had 14 points, Oscar da Silva added 12 points and seven rebounds for the Cardinal (3-0), which is off to its best start in three years.

"I am thrilled with the idea of keeping the turnovers down," Stanford coach Jerod Haase said. "If we compete like that on the defensive end, good things are going to happen."

Max De Geest scored 13 points to lead the Beach. Jordan Griffin, the team's lone senior, added 12.

"I was disappointed that we weren't more ready to play," Long Beach State coach Dan Monson said. "I think a lot of credit has got to go to Stanford. They were the aggressor early and got the good shots. Our guys got frustrated and tried to make it up on the other end. Really, it snowballed on us."

Terry's dunk six minutes into the second half put the Cardinal ahead by 38 points.

Griffin sparked an 11-0 run for the Beach with a 3-pointer on the next possession but Stanford had the game well in hand by that point.

Stanford began pulling away after the first media timeout and eventually built a 21-point advantage with 4:43 left in the first half. Terry hit a layup with 17 seconds left in the half and Stanford took a 47-22 lead into the locker room at halftime.

The Cardinal took advantage of 12 Long Beach State turnovers in the first half to score 18 points. Stanford also outscored the Beach in the paint by a 30-8 margin.

"We're still young and any time you can have success builds confidence," Haase said. "They've worked hard this offseason to put themselves in this position."

BIG PICTURE

Long Beach State: The Beach has nine newcomers, including six freshmen, and three players coming off their redshirt seasons on the roster. Transfer Chance Hunter (Cerritos College) scored 40 points through his first two games. Freshman Joshua Morgan has also found early success.

Stanford: The combination of freshmen Terry and Spencer Jones has been making up for the loss of KZ Okpala, who left school early for the NBA draft after last season. Terry has shown a nice inside-outside game thus far and Jones has recorded all his points to date by way of the 3-pointer. "Stanford's freshmen are very talented," Monson said. "A lot of freshmen come in offensively talented, but I was impressed with Stanford defensively. For having two freshmen in the lineup, their team defense was very good."

HALL OF FAMER

Mike Montgomery was the color analyst with play-by-play man Roxy Bernstein for the game. Montgomery is in the Athletic Hall of Fame for both programs. Montgomery played for Long Beach State in the 1960s and was a 2002 inductee into the LBSU Athletics Hall of Fame, while he was inducted in 2005 into the Stanford Hall of Fame after 18 seasons as head coach of the Cardinal.

UP NEXT

Long Beach State: The Beach meets its first ranked opponent of the season when it travels to No. 18 St. Mary's on Thursday.

Stanford: The Cardinal hosts nearby Santa Clara on Saturday night. Stanford plays its first road game at the Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City on Nov. 25.

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Leaders

Long Beach State PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
R. Mansel 0 0 0 6 0 2
M. De Geest 13 0 1 2 1 0
Stanford PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
K. Fitzmorris 0 0 0 2 0 0
R. Herenton 0 0 0 0 0 0

Team Comparison

LongB Stan
Points For 58 86
Field Goals 22/54-41% 35/65-54%
Three Pointers 7/23-30% 10/23-43%
Free Throws 7/12-58% 6/7-86%
Offensive Rebounds 9 10
Defensive Rebounds 21 28
Rebounds 32 41
Blocks 7 1
Steals 6 9
Turnovers 19 12
Personal Fouls 17 12
Technical Fouls 0 0
Ejections 0 0

2019-2020 Regular Season - Stan Leads Series 1-0

Date Result Away Pts Ldr Home Pts Ldr
Tue Nov 12 LongB 58 @ Stan 86 S. Beskind 3

Game Information

Stadium: Maples Pavilion, Stanford, California
Attendance: 2,558
Game Time: