Pacific Life Pac-10 Tournament Notes
March 10, 2005
- Defending Pac-10 Tournament champion Stanford advances to the semifinals for the second consecutive year and fifth time overall. The Cardinal's record in the Pac-10 Tournament is now 8-6. Washington State falls to 2-6.
- Washington State's Thomas Kelati made six three-pointers to tie the Pac-10 Tournament record last set in 2002 by Cal's Ryan Forehan-Kelly. Kelati raised his career three-point total to 232, one shy of Eddie Hill's school record. Kelati's 81 three-pointers this season rank third in WSU history.
- Kelati's 20 points increased his career total to 1,081, finishing 17th on the WSU career list. He also finished ranked on the Cougar all-time lists for steals (133, seventh) and assists (274, eighth)
- As a team, Washington State made 13 three-pointers to tie the Pac-10 Tournament team record previously set by Oregon in 2004.
- The two teams combined to shoot .548 (17-31) from the three-point line, a new Pac-10 Tournament record. Washington State shot 57% (13-23), and Stanford shot 50% (4-8).
- Stanford set a new Pac-10 Tournament record for fewest fouls in a game with eight. The previous was 11, set by Arizona State in 1987 and 1990. Stanford's eight fouls, coupled with Washington State's 14 fouls, set a new Tournament record for fewest fouls in a game by both teams with 22. The previous record was 24, set by Arizona State (11) and Washington State (13) in 1987.
- Stanford overcame its biggest deficit of the season, down by 10, 31-21, at 2:21 in the first half.
- Stanford's Matt Haryasz recorded his 11th double-double of the season and fourth consecutive.
- Washington State finished the season 4-8 in games decided by three points or less, the most amount of such games in the NCAA this season.
- Cougar guard Josh Akognon's 28 3-point field goals tied for seventh most by a Cougar freshman in a season.
- Derrick Low's 65 assists rank sixth on the Cougar freshman list, and his 26 steals rank tied for sixth on the Cougar freshman list.