Jan. 19, 2013
- With its 69-59 setback at Stanford, California moves to 10-7 overall and 2-3 in the Pac-12 Conference.
- Cal now leads the all-time series against Stanford, 145-116, and is now 74-70 all-time at Stanford.
- Saturday marked just the fourth time in 17 games this season that Cal was out-rebounded by its opponent (39-35).
- Sophomore David Kravish tied his season-high with 14 points against the Cardinal. He posted 10 of those 14 points in the first half. He registered 14 points two games ago against Washington as well.
- Kravish recorded his fifth double-digit scoring performance and second in the last three games.
- Kravish also collected at least nine rebounds for the sixth time this season with nine boards vs. the Cardinal.
- Kravish moved into a tie with Francisco Elson (1998-99) for ninth place on the school's all-time blocks list with 67 in his 51-game career. He is two shy of eighth-place Sean Lampley (1998-2001).
- Junior Allen Crabbe, who has scored the majority of his points in the second half during the season, recorded 12 of his 14 points in the game during the final 20 minutes of action at Stanford.
- Junior Justin Cobbs registered 11 of his 13 points in the second half.
- Cobbs and Crabbe accounted for 23 of the Golden Bears' 30 second-half points.
- Junior Richard Solomon collected three blocks, marking the sixth game this season he has recorded multiple blocks. Solomon now has nine blocks combined in the last two games. Overall, Solomon has totaled 16 points, 16 rebounds and nine blocks in the last two contests vs. Stanford and Washington State.
- The Bears used their third different starting lineup in the last three games with Richard Solomon starting in place of Robert Thurman. Cal's starting lineup at Stanford of Richard Solomon, Allen Crabbe, Justin Cobbs, David Kravish and Tyrone Wallace has been used six times this season.