Fueled by Chasson Randle's 37 points, Stanford routed Division II Seattle Pacific 89-61 in an exhibition basketball game at Maples Pavilion on Saturday.
The Cardinal shot a blistering 63.5 percent.
Randall, a junior guard, was 13 for 16 from the field, including 5 of 7 from 3-point range. He was 6 of 7 from the foul line and had four rebounds, three assists and two steals in 33 minutes.
"Last year was tough for him, but as a junior, he kind of understands what he's up against," coach Johnny Dawkins said of Randle.
Fellow starters Anthony Brown (14 points) and Stefan Nastic (12 points) also provided a boost for the Cardinal, which opens its regular season against Bucknell on Friday. Brandon Clark had 17 points, Yannick Atanga grabbed 15 rebounds, and Santa Clara cruised 89-60 over San Diego Christian. Cal's rugby team reached the semifinals of the PAC Sevens Tournament at UCLA with wins over USC (66-0), Wasington (33-0), Colorado (38-5) and Arizona State (32-12). Alec Gletzer (Los Gatos) had two tries against ASU. Stanford beat Arizona 20-7 but lost to UCLA 38-0, Oregon State 36-0 and Oregon 38-7. Stanford's Aisling Cuffe won the Pac-12 women's cross country championship, finishing 3.73 miles in 21:04 in Louisville, Colo. Arizona took the team title. Stanford was fifth and Cal ninth. Colorado won the men's title. Stanford was third and Cal ninth. Stanford's Jim Rosa was runner-up to Oregon's Edward Cheserek, finishing 4.97 miles in 24:42. BYU men's team and USF women's team won WCC titles in Malibu. BYU's Jason Witt (23:14) took the men's 4.97-mile race, and USF's Bridget Dahlberg (20:55) the women's 3.73-mile event. Santa Clara was sixth in both. Adrian Hinojosa (Bellarmine College Prep) was 25th at 25:07. Mary Kriege (Archbishop Mitty) was 20th at 22:02 in the women's race.