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Stanford women win; Cal women fall

Joslyn Tinkle, Haiden Palmder

Stanford's Joslyn Tinkle, right, dribbles around Gonzaga's Haiden Palmer during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Spokane, Wash., Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)

SPOKANE, Wash. — Taylor Greenfield appreciates the generosity of her teammates on the No. 1 Stanford women’s basketball team.

Greenfield scored a career-high 18 points, hitting six 3-pointers, to help the Cardinal beat Gonzaga 69-41 on Sunday.

“It really shows what kind of team we are,” Greenfield said. “When someone is hot we find them. They want you to shoot until the streak ends.”

Chiney Ogwumike had 21 points and 11 rebounds for Stanford (8-0). Joslyn Tinkle added 16 points.

Greenfield made 6-of-8 from 3 point range as Stanford shot 49 percent from the floor to overwhelm Gonzaga early.

But the Cardinal appreciated the sold-out crowd of 6,000.

“Gonzaga is really a fun place to play,” Greenfield said.

Taelor Karr and Haiden Palmer led cold-shooting Gonzaga (6-2) with 10 points each.

The Bulldogs shot just 25 percent in the game, in which Stanford looked every bit the top team in the nation while Gonzaga bore little resemblance to the team that has made three straight trips to the round of 16.

“Defensively we did some good things,” Gonzaga coach Kelly Graves said. “But you can’t expect to shoot 25 percent and beat anybody, let alone one of the best teams in the country.”

Stanford held Gonzaga to 1-of-14 shooting in the opening seven minutes, and Greenfield made three 3-pointers, as the Cardinal built a 17-5 lead.

Greenfield hit her fourth 3-pointer with 8:12 left in the first to lift Stanford to a 23-5 lead. Gonzaga was 2-of-22 from the floor at that point, while Stanford was 9-of-17.

Palmer scored a pair of baskets for Gonzaga to cut Stanford’s lead to 25-9.

Stanford’s shooting cooled off and a basket by Karr cut the Cardinal advantage to 14. Ogwumike scored and Tinkle hit a 3-pointer to lift Stanford of a 32-16 halftime lead.

Gonzaga shot just 17.9 percent (7-of-39) in the first half, and did not attempt a free throw.

The teams traded baskets through the first 10 minutes of the second half, and Stanford gradually extended its lead. Greenfield’s sixth 3-pointer gave the Cardinal a 52-28 lead with 10 minutes left in the game. Gonzaga did not threaten after that.

The game featured a matchup of sisters Joslyn Tinkle, a senior at Stanford, and Elle Tinkle, a freshman at Gonzaga. Their father is Montana head coach Wayne Tinkle, who wore a shirt with “Gonzford” written on the front.

“It’s a special feeling for them to watch their daughters out there and at this level,” Joslyn said. “It was extremely fun.”

Joslyn Tinkle had 16 points and eight rebounds. Elle finished with two points and 3 rebounds.

Stanford is coming off an 87-38 win at UC Davis in which they held the Aggies to 18 percent shooting. Stanford improved to 5-0 against Gonzaga.

Stanford’s last loss was in the semifinals of the NCAA tournament national semifinals to Baylor.

Gonzaga’s only other loss this season was to No. 7 Louisville. This is the second time they have played the No. 1 team in the nation, losing at Tennessee in 2007.

No. 4 Duke 77, No. 10 California 63

DURHAM, N.C. — Tricia Liston scored 22 points to help No. 4 Duke beat No. 10 California 77-63 on Sunday.

Chelsea Gray added 13 points for the Blue Devils (6-0), who built a big lead early with a 22-2 run in the first half. Elizabeth Williams had 12 points and Alexis Jones had 11 points as Duke won for the 65th time in its last 67 home games.

Brittany Boyd scored 23 of her 28 points in the second half to lead California (6-1). Layshia Clarendon added 13 points for the Golden Bears, who shot a season-worst 36 percent from the field.

California led 13-10 six minutes into the game before Duke’s decisive run.

The Golden Bears cut Duke’s lead to 34-24 early in the second half, but they never got closer. Gray hit a tough bank shot and two free throws as the Blue Devils responded with a 9-0 spurt.

Duke led 34-20 at the half in a matchup of teams that entered the game averaging more than 80 points per game.

Holding a 13-10 lead after a driving scoop shot by Clarendon six minutes into the game, the Golden Bears went scoreless for almost six minutes.

Duke got back-to-back baskets by Allison Vernerey, then three buckets by Jones to go ahead 22-13 with 8:30 left in the half.

The Golden Bears scored after calling timeout to stop Duke’s momentum, but the Blue Devils answered with another run.

Liston scored 10 consecutive points on two 3-pointers, a driving layup and a turnaround jumper to give Duke its biggest lead of the half at 32-15 with 5:26 to play.

California managed just two field goals on 19 attempts in the final 14 minutes of the first half.

The Blue Devils’ run began when Williams, their second leading scorer, went to the bench with her second foul with 13:47 left in the first half. She sat out the rest of the half as her teammates built the lead.

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