Huskies Fall To No. 19 Stanford, In Men's Hoops

Jan. 19, 2002

Associated Press Writer

STANFORD, Calif. - Casey Jacobsen scored 21 points and Curtis Borchardtadded 19 as No. 19 Stanford remained undefeated at home this season with a105-60 victory over Washington on Saturday night

Julius Barnes added 15 points as the Cardinal (11-4, 4-2 Pac-10) extendedtheir winning streak over the Huskies to nine straight.

David Dixon recorded his fourth double-double of the season with 16 reboundsand 13 points to lead Washington (7-11, 1-7), which lost its sixth straight onthe road. Doug Wrenn added 16 points and Curtis Allen had 13.

Stanford broke the 100-point barrier for the first time this season andWashington allowed 100 or more points for the first time.

The game featured the Pac-10 blocked shots leaders in Dixon and Borchardt.Dixon blocked five shots for 42 on the year, already the fourth highestsingle-season total in school history.

Dixon, who set the single-game school record with seven earlier in theseason, tied for third-best with his latest effort.

Borchardt had two blocked shots for 37, ninth best in Stanford history.

The Huskies have dropped nine of 10 overall and fell to 0-5 against rankedopponents. Washington hasn't won at Stanford since Jan. 30, 1993.

Under coach Bob Bender, the Huskies are 0-9 at Maples Pavilion. The Cardinalhave been ranked in the top five the previous four times Washington has facedthem.

The nine-game winning streak against the Huskies is the longest for Stanfordin a series that dates to 1916.

Stanford went on a 27-7 run in the first eight minutes of the second half -with Jacobsen scoring 10 points in the stretch - to blow the game open at76-36.

The Cardinal led by as many as 48 points.

Bochradt scored 13 points in the first 8:15 of the contest as Stanford tooka 20-13 advantage.

Washington held a lead - for 22 seconds - at 10-8. It was all Cardinalafterward.

Tony Giovacchini hit a 28-foot 3-pointer at the buzzer to give Stanford a49-29 halftime lead.

Both teams also boost a two-sport athlete. Washington's Charles Frederickand Stanford's Teyo Johnson, who finished with 11 points, each played widereceiver on their respective football squads.

Josh Childress added 10 points for Stanford.