Stanford Vs. Cleveland State, NIT Scores: Cardinal's Season Continues After 76-65 Victory

Even though the Stanford Cardinal didn't make the big dance, their season lives on in the NIT tournament against the Cleveland State Vikings after a thrilling 76-65 victory on Tuesday night at Maples Pavilion in Palo Alto, CA.

The trio of Aaron Bright, Josh Owens and Anthony Brown led the way for the Cardinal this evening, with Bright dropping 17 and Owens and Brown adding 15 apiece. Brown also had himself a double-double with 12 rebounds

As for the Vikings, Jeremy Montgomery and Tim Kamczyc led the way with 15 and 13 points respectfully as the team shot themselves in the proverbial foot with 21 turnovers and only 37.3 percent shooting from the floor.

The Card now move on to face the winner of the Illinois State vs. Ole Miss matchup taking place Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. PT with coverage on ESPNU.

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