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PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP) — Erica McCall scored 15 points with 10 rebounds and four blocked shots, helping 12th-ranked Stanford to an 83-41 win over a Cal State Bakersfield team coached by her dad, Greg McCall.
On Sunday Erica McCall tweeted, "Play Pop's team on Tuesday... been waiting on this game for years." Greg McCall presented his daughter with a plaque for playing on USA Basketball's gold medal team at the World University Games. The gesture didn't derail Erica McCall's focus — she blocked Bakersfield's first shot, then scored on a 3-point play.
The Cardinal (9-2) shot 51 percent from the floor (32-63), outrebounded the Roadrunners 61-36. Alanna Smith scored 14 for Stanford, Karlie Samuelson 13, and Kaylee Johnson 11.
Addi Walters scored 12 to lead Cal State Bakersfield (2-11), which shot a program-worst 19 percent (13-68) and scored the fewest points since moving to Division I.
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