Stanford vs. Pacific Final Score: Cardinal Trounce Tigers in 79-37 Victory at Maples Pavilion

After nearly taking out a top five Syracuse squad in their last time out, the Stanford Cardinal were looking to make a statement against the Pacific Tigers at Maples Pavilion Monday night. From the opening tip Stanford was dominant, eventually leading to a 79-37 blowout victory. 

True Freshman Chasson Randle and Senior Josh Owens each dropped 14 points, while Sophomore Aaron Bright added six assists for the 6-1 Cardinal, notching their largest margin of victory against Pacific in their 36 game history. Randle scored 11 of his points in the first half as Stanford took a relatively meager 38-23 lead into the locker room, though they broke away early in the second half and never looked back. Their defense was spot on as well as Pacific didn't attempt a single free throw the entire night.

Travis Fulton led the way for Pacific (2-3) with 13 points , who have now lost three of their last four games.

For more on Cardinal Basketball, head over to Rule Of Tree to get your fix. 

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