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No. 4 seed Stanford women defeats No. 13 Cal State Northridge, 73-60

No. 4 seed Stanford women defeats No. 13 Cal State Northridge, 73-60

Cal State Northridge had been building for this moment ever since Jason Flowers arrived as coach back in 2010 and brought in a talented recruiting class the next year. The Matadors had a six-point lead in the second half of an NCAA tournament game on Stanford's home court. Then for a stretch of more than 10 minutes, nearly everything went wrong and Cal State Northridge was headed home disappointed. Lili Thompson and Taylor Greenfield each scored seven points in a game-changing, second-half run that helped fourth-seeded Stanford overcome a long scoring drought in the first half to beat No. 13-seeded Cal State Northridge, 73-60, in a first-round game Saturday. Ashlee Guay scored...

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