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Women's Basketball Ready For No. 6 Stanford Sunday

Feb 6, 2021

Utah Game Notes (PDF)

The University of Utah Women's Basketball team is staying in the Bay Area to take on the No. 6 Stanford Cardinal on Sunday, Feb. 7, its eighth top-15 opponent this season. The game will tip off at 2 p.m. MT on Pac-12 Network.

Utah's game against Stanford will air on Pac-12 Network, Pac-12 Mountain and Pac-12 Bay Area with Mary Murphy and Krista Blunk on the call. Fans can also tune in to ESPN 700 with Tyson Ewing and Amanda Smith giving play-by-play action on the radio. Live stats for the game will be available on via the women's basketball schedule page.

•    Utah ranks fifth in the Pac-12 in total steals (130), racking up 10-or-more in eight games, including in three of the last four.  
•    Utah's underclassmen (3 sophomores, 4 freshmen) have scored 602 of Utah's 952 points (63%).   
•    The Utes bring size to the court this season, averaging out at 6-1 between the 14 players on the roster. Ten of Utah's 14 squad members are 6-0 or taller.
•    Utah ranks second in the Pac-12 in three-pointers attempted (341), second in three-point field goals made (112), fourth in three-point field goals made per game (7.5) and sixth in three-point field goal percentage (.328).
•    Utah will be looking for its first win in Maples Pavilion in program history.

Utah will make its return to the Jon M. Huntsman Center for a pair of games against the L.A. schools, starting with a Friday morning matchup against UCLA on Feb. 12 at 11 a.m. MT. The game will be live streamed on

With fans not allowed in the arena per the Pac-12 health guidelines, there are several ways to stay up-to-date and engaged in the game. Fans can follow the Utes on Twitter (@UtahWBB) and Instagram (@UtahWBB) along with catching interesting and informative stories on

•    Utah ranks second in the Pac-12 in free throw attempts (270) and second in free throws made (190).  
•    The Utes have 130 steals through 15 games this season, recording 10-or-more as a team in eight games.
•    Utah is shooting 32% from the three overall this season and 35% when playing on the road, recording its two highest shooting percentages from beyond the arc in two of the last three road games (.500 at Arizona State, 1/22; .455 at California, 2/5).
•    Utah knocked down a season-high 25 free throws against Oregon State (1/31). That ties for the most by a Pac-12 team this season.  
•    The Utes have recorded its two highest percentages from the three in two of the last three games (.500 at Arizona State
•    Utah shot a season-high 51-percent from the floor (23-45) and 50-percent from the three (9-18) in its win against Arizona State (1/24).
•    Utah made 18 field goals on 15 assists (83%) against Stanford (1/15).
•    Utah's 53 second half points against Washington (1/3) is the most in a half by the Utes this season and the second time they've scored 50+ in a half (50 in second vs. Oregon State, 12/8). It was the most points in a half by the Utes since Utah recorded 58 in the second half against Washing-ton on Feb. 18, 2018.
•    Utah's 29 points in the fourth quarter against Washington (1/3) is the most by the Utes in a quarter this season. It is the most the Utes have scored in a single quarter since they dropped 34 in the fourth against UCLA on Feb. 10, 2019.