Stanford’s deep bench shines in 85-40 rout of Green Bay
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Freshman Ryan Agarwal came off the bench to score a season-high 11 points and 13 players contributed to the scoring as Stanford returned from its break for finals by routing Green Bay, 85-40 on Friday night.
The Cardinal, who took a 12-day break after falling to Arizona State, 68-64 December 4, built a 42-19 lead at intermission and relied heavily on their bench, which scored 46 points.
Randy Tucker hit a 3 less than two minutes into the game to pull the Phoenix within a point at 4-3, but Green Bay did not score again until Donovan Short hit two free throws with 11:06 left to make it 19-5.
Jarvis Moss added 10 points off the bench for Stanford (4-6). Starters Spencer Jones and Brandon Angel each scored 10 points. As a team the Cardinal shot 54.1% from the field, including 9 of 24 from distance.
Cade Meyer and Tucker each scored 10 points to lead Green Bay (2-10).
Stanford plays host to No. 7 Texas on Sunday.
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