Men's Basketball Routs Cal State Stanislaus 93-54 In Exhibition

Nov. 4, 2008

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STANFORD, Calif.- Junior Landry Fields posted game-high totals in points (24) and rebounds (10) as Stanford overwhelmed Cal State Stanislaus 93-54 in an exhibition contest on Tuesday night at Maples Pavilion.

Senior Anthony Goods knocked down four three-pointers to finish with 19 points, senior Lawrence Hill added 11 and sophomore Josh Owens chipped in with nine points and nine rebounds.

Stanford shot 47.9-percent from the field, held a 50-32 rebounding edge and forced Cal State Stanislaus into 24 turnovers.

Statistics from the game do not count toward regular season totals.

The Cardinal cruised to a 51-21 halftime advantage, grabbed its largest lead of the game at 72-29 with 13:24 left in the second half and racked up 15 steals in the lop-sided victory.

Leading 20-11 at the 10:18 mark of the first half, Stanford embarked on a 16-0 scoring run to take a 36-11 lead with 6:15 remaining in the opening period.

A lay-up from Fields gave Stanford its largest first-half lead at 49-15 and the Cardinal took a commanding 51-21 edge into the break.

Junior Drew Shiller knocked down a pair of free throws with 13:24 remaining in the second period, stretching Stanford's lead to a game-best 43 points to make the score 72-29.

The Cardinal maintained a 30-point lead the rest of the way and closed out with a 93-54 victory.

Casey Cutts was the only Cal State Stanislaus player to reach double-digits, pacing the Warriors with 11 points.

Stanford hosts Seattle Pacific on Saturday, Nov. 8, at 7 p.m. in another exhibition contest. The Cardinal's regular season opener is set for Friday, Nov. 14, at Yale.

Notes

  • Head coach Johnny Dawkins employed a starting lineup of Mitch Johnson, Anthony Goods, Landry Fields, Lawrence Hill and Josh Owens.
  • Stanford finished 9-21 from three-point territory, with three players (Anthony Goods- 4, Landry Fields- 2, Drew Shiller- 2) knocking down at least two triples.
  • Mitch Johnson dished out five of Stanford's 21 assists.
  • Stanford firsts: basket- Lawrence Hill, rebound- Landry Fields, three-pointer- Anthony Goods, substitute- Da'Veed Dildy, steal- Lawrence Hill, dunk- Landry Fields, foul- Lawrence Hill.
  • Sophomore Da'Veed Dildy, who sat out the 2007-08 season as a redshirt, finished with two points on 1-5 shooting in 12 minutes.
  • All available players saw court time for the Cardinal, except for sophomore Will Paul (injury).
  • Stanford's coaching staff was seated in the following alignment on the bench: Assistant A.D./Director of Basketball Operations Jeff LaMere (closest to scorers table), Associate Head Coach Dick Davey, Head Coach Johnny Dawkins, Assistant Coach Rodney Tention and Assistant Coach Mike Schrage.
  • Stanford's first exhibition game of last year resulted in an 82-70 victory over Concordia University. In that game, Anthony Goods led all scorers with 22 points and while Landry Fields pitched in with 17 and Fred Washington added 10. Stanford held a 43-25 rebounding edge and made 25-32 from the foul line compared to Concordia's 1-2 clip.
  • Cal State Stanislaus head coach Keith Larsen served as an assistant coach at Stanford under Mike Montgomery from 1992-97. Also, Warrior senior forward Terry Johnson is the son of former Cardinal head coach Trent Johnson.
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