Stanford Vs. Oregon State, Final Score: Chasson Randle, Aaron Bright Power Card To 87-82 Victory

The Stanford Cardinal played hosted to the Oregon State Beavers at Maples Pavilion Thursday evening, looking for their second straight victory after losing five of their previous seven games. And behind big nights from Chasson Randle and Aaron Bright, the Card toped the Beavers by the score of 87-82.

Randle led the Cardinal (18-8, 8-6 Pac-12) with a career high-tying 24 points and and five rebounds, while Bright poured in 20 along with seven assists off the bench. Josh Owens and Dwight Powell each added nine apiece, while Josh Huestis and Anthony Brown scored eight and 11 respectfully as Stanford put together another well-rounded offensive performance.

The last time Randle dropped 24 on somebody? It was the Beavers of course, in the Card's stunning quadruple overtime victory up in Corvallis on January 7.

As for the Beavers (15-11, 5-9 Pac-12) Jared Cunningham paced the team with 22 points along with three steals, while Roberto Nelson added 19 from off the bench. Devon Collier added 13 as well.

The Cardinal host the Oregon Ducks in their next time out this Sunday, with tip-off set for 4:30 p.m. PT.

For more on the Cardinal, make sure to check out Rule of Tree.

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