NCAAB Game Recap - Washington at Stanford
Thu Jan 9, 2020 9:00 PM EST

Gonz
94
USD
50
F
Minn
58
MSU
74
F
Ariz
73
Oreg
74
F(OT)
Purd
78
Mich
84
F(2OT)
Mem
67
WichSt
76
F
Drex
73
Tows
89
F
LaTec
73
TexSA
89
F
Wagn
62
StFPA
80
F
FlGlf
74
NFla
89
F
NJIT
52
Jacksn
68
F
ArkLR
71
Troy
76
F
MtStM
61
(N/A)
64
F
Oakl
60
YSU
61
F
UNCW
63
W&M
79
F
StPet
58
Sien
61
F
StFNY
52
RobM
78
F
CenCT
78
LongI
90
F
N AL
52
Lib
63
F
Del
80
JMU
76
F
ULLa
52
GASt
90
F
ULMo
56
GaSo
67
F
SacHr
77
FaDi
75
F
Charl
73
Elon
65
F
(N/A)
56
Colum
86
F
Detr
59
Clev
64
F
KennSt
73
Lipsco
85
F
Marsh
79
MidTN
75
F
E IL
74
E KY
77
F
APSU
75
TNTec
62
F
SIU-E
77
MorSt
83
F
Hof
74
NE
72
F
UMKC
64
TexPA
76
F
App
56
TexAr
66
F
CoCar
66
TxSt
78
F
ArkSt
59
SthAL
75
F
FlAtl
81
Rice
76
F
NDSt
73
Oral
79
F
FlInt
56
N TX
74
F
W Ky
62
UAB
72
F
Belm
89
SEMO
64
F
TNSt
74
TN-M
87
F
Wash
55
Stan
61
F
N CO
65
Web
64
F
SoMis
64
UTEP
76
F
ChiSt
54
NMSt
93
F
S UT
71
IdaSt
55
F
Murr
72
JacSt
68
F
Mont
90
E WA
63
F
MTSt
71
Ida
68
F
HI
75
CS-Ful
69
F
UCRiv
65
UCDav
59
F
NoAZ
57
Sac
64
F
WaSt
66
Cal
73
F
BYU
84
StMar
87
F(OT)
SCla
61
USF
80
F
AzSt
82
OrSt
76
F

Jan 9, 2020, 9:00 PM EST

Final

1

2

T

Washington (11-5)

28

27

55

Stanford (13-2)

20

41

61

Stanford uses late rally to subdue Washington 61-55
Fri Jan 10, 2020 12:43 AM

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) The halftime speech was reiterating the game plan. That seemed to jolt a second-half renaissance.

Tyrell Terry hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with under two minutes to play and Stanford overcame a 12-point deficit to stun Washington 61-55 on Thursday night.

"You have to have confidence to keep shooting," said Terry, who finished with 11 points. "We can't let missed shots discourage us."

Daejon Davis scored 12 points, including a game-tying 3-pointer, all in the second half for the Cardinal (13-2, 2-1 Pac-12), who have won six of seven.

"We literally weren't hitting shots," Davis said. "The coaches talked about the game plan at halftime and just sticking with it."

Spencer Jones scored eight of his 14 points in the first half and James Keefe had seven at halftime to keep the Cardinal in it. Oscar da Silva scored all 11 of his points in the second half.

"Our defensive performance was really good," Stanford coach Jerod Haase said. "We were getting multiple stops in a row."

Jaden McDaniels produced his first career double-double with 18 points and a season-high 15 rebounds for the Huskies (11-5, 1-2), who were held scoreless over the final 3:12.

Nahziah Carter added 16 points and Isaiah Stewart was held to a season-low four points, his first game under 12 points.

Stanford outscored Washington 26-8 over the final 11 minutes.

"We did a good job finding the shooters in the first half; we made it very difficult for them," Huskies coach Mike Hopkins said. "In the second half, we had a couple breakdowns and they made a couple of end-of-clock shots. Then we missed some free throws down the stretch. When you're on the road, you've just got to keep scoring."

Elijah Hardy made his first career start in place of Quade Green, who was declared academically ineligible earlier Thursday. The Oakland native was part of a rotation at the point that also included McDaniels and Hamier Wright, among others.

"We had so many different lineups in there that it looked like scrambled eggs at times," Hopkins said. That's what happens when you lose a guy like Quade. Elijah did a good job, on defense especially, but he had a couple breakdowns. It's a tough situation to be in. It's hard to lose your starter."

Stanford needed its own rotation in the post in an effort to combat Washington's superior size advantage on both ends of the court. da Silva, Lukas Kisunas, Jaiden Delaire, Jones and Terry were each called for two fouls in the first half.

Isaac White and Keefe were also utilized inside as the Cardinal fumbled around looking for ways to score. They shot 27.6% from the field and were 3-of-14 from long range in the first half.

The Huskies led by as many as 12 before White hit an off-balance 3-pointer from the corner to bring Stanford within 28-20 at the half.

BIG PICTURE

Washington: The Huskies will be learning to play without Green. He recorded his eighth consecutive double-figure scoring game against USC on Sunday and has a turnover-to-assist ratio of 2.3 to 1. Green, who can still practice with the team, could potentially return in late March depending on whether Washington plays in a postseason tournament and how far it advances. Winter quarter at the school is scheduled to end on March 20, the week the NCAA Tournament begins.

Stanford: Junior guard Daejon Davis was hit in the eye about seven minutes into the game. He was led straight to the locker room and underwent the concussion protocol before returning to the game just before halftime. "I willed myself to come back and do anything to help the team," he said.

UP NEXT

Washington: Plays at California on Saturday.

Stanford: Hosts Washington State on Saturday.

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Leaders

Washington PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
S. Timmins 0 0 0 1 0 0
J. McDaniels 18 0 1 15 0 1
Stanford PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
B. Wills 0 0 2 3 2 0
J. Delaire 0 0 0 1 0 0

Team Comparison

Wash Stan
Points For 55 61
Field Goals 20/52-38% 22/57-39%
Three Pointers 3/17-18% 11/30-37%
Free Throws 12/25-48% 6/12-50%
Offensive Rebounds 16 9
Defensive Rebounds 30 23
Rebounds 51 35
Blocks 5 3
Steals 8 10
Turnovers 21 16
Personal Fouls 18 23
Technical Fouls 0 0
Ejections 0 0

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

Date Result Away Pts Ldr Home Pts Ldr
Thu Jan 9 Wash 55 @ Stan 61 E. Hardy 2 I. White 6

Game Information

Stadium: Maples Pavilion, Stanford, California
Attendance: 5,328
Game Time: