Cal-Stanford Game Notes
Feb. 24, 2008
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 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.