Cal-Stanford Game Notes

Ryan Anderson tied for team honors with 15 points, giving him 1,083 points in his career and moving him past Ed Gray, who had 1,082 from 1996-97, and into 26th place on Cal's all-time list. Although h
By Cal Athletics on Sun, February 24, 2008

Feb. 24, 2008

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Ryan Anderson tied for team honors with 15 points, giving him 1,083 points in his career and moving him past Ed Gray, who had 1,082 from 1996-97, and into 26th place on Cal's all-time list.

Although he was just 2-for-13 from the field, Anderson shot 10-for-10 from the line, the best performance by a Cal player this season. He is now shooting 88.2 percent from the line overall (127-144) and 90.5 percent (76-84) in Pac-10 play.

With his 11 rebounds, Anderson recorded his 13th double-double of the season. It also was the 13th straight game he has paced Cal on the glass.

After being outrebounded by seven in the first match-up with Stanford, Cal won the board battle this time, 39-33.

Cal's bench combined to shoot 10-for-15 from the floor, scoring 23 points. Both Jordan Wilkes (6 points) and Harper Kamp (7 points) were 3-for-3.

Cal got within two points 10 times in the second half but was unable to take the lead.

Jordan Wilkes entered tonight with just 3 points in Pac-10 games this season, but finished with 6 points, his highest total since scoring 7 vs. Long Beach State on Dec. 28.

Jerome Randle made his only 2 free throw attempts and is now 29-of-31 at the stripe in conference action (93.5%).

As a team, the Bears were 15-for-18 at the line, where they are now shooting 77.8%, which is ahead of school-record pace.

Cal fell to 4-3 in Pac-10 road games this year with the loss.

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