Stanford vs. Seattle, NCAA Scores: Cardinal Continue Hot Play, Drop Redhawks 72-49

The Stanford Cardinal are currently on a roll, traveling to the great Northwest to take on the Seattle Redhawks, and dominating them by the score of 72-49 Thursday night. 

Stanford got out to a unholy 40-17 halftime lead against the Redhawks and never looked back thanks to an 11-0 run to end the first half. Anthony Brown lead the way for the Cardinal (7-1) with 15 points while Aaron BrightJohn Gage and Andrew Zimmerman each ten 10 points apiece. Josh Huestis added nine points and nine rebounds.

Stanford still managed the relatively easy win despite a scoreless performance by Josh Owens, the Cardinal's leading scorer entering Thursday's game. He went 0 of 7 from the field. The Cardinal as a whole shot well from downtown, dropping 8 of 17 3-pointers with Brown hitting 3 of them himself.

Eric Wallace had solid double-double for the Redhawks, scoring 12 points and 15 grabbing rebounds, while Prince Obasi added 11 points for Seattle (2-3). The Redhawks shot an abismal 19 of 59 (32 percent) from the field.

For more on the Cardinal, head over to Rule of Tree.

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