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Women's Basketball Heads to No. 2 Stanford

Feb 10, 2022

The University of Utah women's basketball team heads west to California to face the reigning National Champions No. 2 Stanford on Friday night at Maples Pavilion. Tip-off is set for 8 p.m. MT. 
Date | Time: Friday, Feb. 11 | 8 p.m. (MT)
Utah (14-7, 5-4 Pac-12) at Stanford (19-3, 10-0 Pac-12)
Location: Stanford, Calif. | Maples Pavilion
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The game against the Cardinal will be aired on ESPN700 with Tyson Ewing and Milee Enger calling the shots, or you can find the game on the Pac-12 Networks with Tracy Warren and Tammy Blackburn on the call. Live Stats can be found at 
• Junior Brynna Maxwell is chasing 1,000 career points. She has scored 926 in her career as a Ute. She is 74 points away from becoming the 30th member of the 1,000-point club at Utah. 
• Utah leads the Pac-12 in three-point attempts this season with 568 on the year. The Utes are averaging 27.0 three-point attempts per game. Utah is making 9.9 threes per game, the fifth-best mark in the nation and best in the Pac-12. 
• Utah has made 208 three-pointers this season. They are closing in on the all-time school record for threes in a season. The most threes made in one season was 253, which was accomplished during the 2019-20 season. Utah is 30 threes away from tying for the third-most in school history. 
• Utah has hit eight or more threes in 77 games under the direction of Lynne Roberts, going 56-21 in those games. Utah averages 9.9 made three-pointers per game and has made 208 on the season. Both of those lead the Pac-12. 
• In the latest Coaches' Top 25 Poll, the Utah Utes were one of 12 teams receiving votes. This is the second time this season the Utes have been receiving votes.   
• Utah has hit eight or more threes in 77 games under the direction of Lynne Roberts, going 56-21 in those games. Utah has made 8+ threes in seven games this season, including five with 10+ (19 vs. Lipscomb, 11/10, 14 vs. Xavier, 11/13, 12 at Hawaii, 11/27, 16 vs. Eastern Illinois, 11/28, 12 vs. BYU, 12/4, 15 vs. Cal State Fullerton, 12/10, 12 vs. UC Riverside 1/14, 11 vs. #2/#3 Stanford 1/16, 14 vs. USC 2/9). 
• This season, the Utes are trying to become the best three-point shooting team in school history. Utah has made 208 three-pointers this season and are 30 three-pointers shy of tying for the third-most in school history. The most three-pointers made in a season is 253, which was set during the 2019-20 season. 
• Entering the weekend, junior Brynna Maxwell is chasing the 1,000-career point milestone. She is currently 74 points away from becoming the 30th member of the 1,000-point club at Utah. The last Utah player to join the 1,000-point club was Megan Huff during the 2018-19 season. 
• Wednesday's contest against USC, the Utes scored 91 points, the most they scored in a conference game in the Pac-12 era. This was also the most points scored in any conference game since 2010. 
• The Pac-12 has been the nation's top-rated conference by RPI in four of the last six seasons, with the Utes facing a Top 25 opponent almost every week. Under the direction of Lynne Roberts, the Utes have knocked off a Top 25 opponent each year, all coming during conference play. 
• Utah opened the season with back-to-back 100-point games. This was the second time in program history that Utah scored 100 or more in back-to-back games. The first time this happened was during the 1978-79 season.
• Brynna Maxwell continues to shine for the Utes. She is one of the best three-pointer shooters in the country. She leads the team in made threes this season with 50, the second-best mark in the Pac-12. Over her three years, Maxwell has made 176 threes, which is the eighth-most in program history.  
Utah heads to Berkeley, Calif., to play the Bears of California on Sunday afternoon at Haas Pavilion. The Utes and Bears will tip-off at 2 p.m. MT. You can turn on ESPN700 and hear Tyson Ewing and Milee Enger on the call. The contest will also be streamed on the Pac-12 Networks. 
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