Postgame Notes: California at Stanford
Cal lost consecutive games for the first time this season. The Bears¿ 13 conference wins are tied for second-most league victories in program history. Only two squads have won 14 conference games. Bot
By Cal Athletics on Sun, March 04, 2012
March 4, 2012
- Cal lost consecutive games for the first time this season.
- The Bears’ 13 conference wins are tied for second-most league victories in program history. Only two squads have won 14 conference games. Both the 1956-57 and 1958-59 teams reached that mark. Each team went 14-2 and won the Pacific Coast Conference title.
- Cal is within one win of reaching the 24-win total that the 2009-10 Pac-10 Conference champion squad reached in head coach Mike Montgomery’s second season on campus.
- The Bears win the head-to-head tiebreaker over Oregon to secure the second seed in the Pac-12 tournament and will face the winner of the seventh-seed/10th-seed Stanford-Arizona State game.
- Senior G Jorge Gutierrez’s eight points moved him ahead of John Coughran (1971-73) and Gene Ransom (1976-78) into 22nd place at Cal for all-time career points. He now has 1189.
- Senior F Harper Kamp’s 19 points moved him ahead of Ed Gray (1996-97) into 30th place for all-time career points at Cal. He now has 1091.
- Sophomore G Allen Crabbe’s four three-pointers moved him into a ninth-place tie with Shantay Legans (2002-04) for all-time career made three-pointers at Cal. He now has 139.
- Senior F Harper Kamp has now played 130 career games at Cal and ranks third, all-time. Senior G Jorge Gutierrez has now played 126 career games and ranks in a sixth-place tie with Brian Wethers (2000-03).
- Sophomore G Justin Cobbs’ had a career-high eight rebounds.
- The Bears’ 24 free-throw attempts was the second highest total of the season, trailing only the 29 they attempted in their first meeting with Stanford on Jan. 29.