NCAAB Game Recap - Santa Clara at Stanford
Sat Nov 16, 2019 10:00 PM EST

Oakl
50
MD
80
F
Colum
42
UVA
60
F
Ohio
54
Vill
78
F
Alc
56
Mem
102
F
Wash
62
Tenn
75
F
Nich
65
LSU
75
F
USD
53
Colora
71
F
StFNY
64
NCSU
95
F
AlaAM
63
MiaO
79
F
(N/A)
48
UMBC
60
F
N CO
72
NrthIA
77
F(OT)
Morg
68
GrgWas
64
F
Corn
54
DeP
75
F
OlDom
76
NE
69
F
CenCT
43
UMass
89
F
Campbl
87
Citad
73
F
Dart
37
Jacksn
57
F
Leh
53
VaTec
79
F
SIU-E
57
InWor
55
F
NWSt
52
Tul
79
F
StJos
68
LoyIL
85
F
Wagn
69
NJIT
88
F
RobM
56
Toled
70
F
ChiSt
49
Purd
93
F
StPet
47
Prov
68
F
Quin
52
Mia-FL
80
F
Temp
70
LaSal
65
F
(N/A)
79
Hartfo
86
F
SamH
77
CenMI
84
F
Belm
100
BC
85
F
Buff
88
Harv
76
F
TN-M
62
WichSt
103
F
WSt
55
Denv
72
F
APSU
65
Tuls
72
F
TNTec
47
App
69
F
(N/A)
59
Winth
103
F
(N/A)
60
UMassL
58
F
(N/A)
48
NIU
96
F
E MI
56
N TX
51
F
SacHr
72
Bingha
76
F
Vermt
70
StJon
68
F
(N/A)
79
FlAtl
84
F
Lib
77
ECU
57
F
UNH
70
Boston
84
F
Rice
82
UCSB
81
F
Stony
69
TexPA
58
F
Mont
49
Ark
70
F
Del
81
Lafy
73
F
MD-ES
53
MorSt
76
F
Brev
49
UNCA
79
F
MTSt
67
UNCG
66
F
McNee
80
NM
90
F
LaTec
72
Crei
82
F
Drex
67
SFA
82
F
JackSt
63
SMU
80
F
Amer
76
StFPA
79
F
Buck
81
Canis
83
F
Stetsn
55
IPFW
79
F
Kent
72
WriSt
71
F
Seatt
67
Syr
89
F
Albany
51
Manh
57
F
JMU
70
GMas
83
F
Maris
41
Ford
58
F
ChaSo
61
Dayt
90
F
UNCW
49
David
87
F
Samf
55
N AL
61
F
NDSt
57
TXAMC
45
F
StBon
80
Rut
74
F
Woff
61
Butl
80
F
IL-C
56
Brad
65
F
ArkPB
54
GrCan
67
F
USF
76
SIU
60
F
Troy
62
Ind
100
F
(N/A)
48
Murr
114
F
OrSt
83
Wyo
63
F
Pepp
73
AbCh
69
F
SCla
64
Stan
82
F
Maine
62
Portl
71
F
ColSt
74
LoyMa
64
F
(N/A)
62
CS-Ful
82
F
USC
76
Nev
66
F

Nov 16, 2019, 10:00 PM EST

Final

1

2

T

Santa Clara (3-1)

32

32

64

Stanford (4-0)

38

44

82

Terry's 21 points leads Stanford to 82-64 win over Broncos
Sun Nov 17, 2019 1:51 AM

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Tyrell Terry makes sure he gets in a certain amount of free throws and 3-pointers before he leaves the gym every night. It showed Saturday night.

Terry scored 21 points, including an 11-of-11 performance from the foul line, in helping Stanford beat neighboring Santa Clara 82-64.

"It's all about muscle memory," Terry said. "I just want to get my reps in."

Oscar da Silva added 18 points and had 10 rebounds for the Cardinal (4-0), which was playing the Broncos (3-1) for the first time in 11 years.

"I feel a lot more comfortable out there," da Silva said. "When you're put in position to score, you want to take advantage. Everybody can contribute in different ways. We have to stay hungry and keep working."

Daejon Davis added 15 points and Lukas Kisunas came off the bench to score eight points and grab 10 rebounds for the Cardinal.

Josip Vrankic scored 13 points to lead Santa Clara, which was playing its first road game of the season.

"Our abundance of fouls in this game was a real factor," Broncos coach Herb Sendek said. "When you commit 26 personal fouls, and they attempt 35 free throws, that's a lot to overcome. It wasn't foul trouble on one particular player; we had a few guys foul out, several in foul trouble, and it was a parade to the free-throw line."

Santa Clara scored the game's first seven points and had several opportunities to extend that advantage.

The Broncos were still ahead with just over seven minutes in the first half when Jaden Bediako hit a short jumper for a 25-21 edge.

Terry hit a pair of free throws and James Keefe turned an offensive rebound into a basket to tie it, part of a 17-3 run that put Stanford ahead to stay, eventually taking a 38-32 edge into halftime.

"We went down early right off the bat but the last 10 minutes of the first half we defended at a high level and that set the tone for the rest of the game," Stanford coach Jerod Haase said. "We did a good job of attacking the paint and when you can do that good things happen. Free throws are a byproduct of that."

BEING UNDEFEATED

While the Stanford players are happy to be undefeated, it's no big deal on a campus that enjoys the moniker "nerd nation".

"You walk around Stanford and you run into people running their own companies, people who own gold medals," da Silva said. "We're just playing basketball."

"It's crazy walking around here," Tyrell Terry added. "Four-and-oh is mediocre compared to the things people have done on this campus."

BIG PICTURE

Santa Clara: The Broncos rely on an experienced group, with its five top scorers returning. They opened with three straight home wins, including a victory over Washington State. Santa Clara had won three straight against the Pac-12 Conference until Saturday night. The Broncos are without a senior on the roster.

They looked terrific in the first 10 minutes but then lost some of their shooting touch.

Stanford: How Oscar da Silva and Daejon Davis go, so go the Cardinal. The juniors provide leadership and play hard on every possession. They're joined by two freshmen and a sophomore among the starting five. Both had solid games against Santa Clara, inspiring the younger players.

UP NEXT

Santa Clara: The Broncos return home to host Division II Notre Dame de Namur on Tuesday.

Stanford: The Cardinal continues their six-game, season-opening homestand against Maryland Eastern Shore on Tuesday.

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Leaders

Santa Clara PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
T. Eaddy 0 0 1 1 1 0
J. Ducasse 0 0 0 1 0 0
Stanford PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
K. Fitzmorris 0 0 0 0 0 0
R. Herenton 0 0 0 0 0 0

Team Comparison

SCla Stan
Points For 64 82
Field Goals 21/55-38% 26/52-50%
Three Pointers 6/21-29% 4/10-40%
Free Throws 16/21-76% 26/35-74%
Offensive Rebounds 7 9
Defensive Rebounds 24 29
Rebounds 34 40
Blocks 1 2
Steals 4 8
Turnovers 17 13
Personal Fouls 26 20
Technical Fouls 0 0
Ejections 0 0

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

Date Result Away Pts Ldr Home Pts Ldr
Sat Nov 16 SCla 64 @ Stan 82 E. Richards 2 B. Wills 1

Game Information

Stadium: Maples Pavilion, Stanford, California
Attendance: 3,491
Game Time: