Stanford vs. ASU: It's halftime!

By Lara Boyko - March 05, 2007

ASU had a chance for about three minutes this half.

That's the amount of time it took for Stanford to hit their first shot.

Then, once Stanford started connecting on their shots and ASU continued to have problems making theirs, it's been all Stanford this half.

Granted Wiggins hasn't been the dominating force she was last night, but what's even worse is that the entire Stanford line-up has been en fuego.

Sure Wiggins has had to earn her current 11 points a little bit more as only three of them came from three point land, but it is Stanford's trees in the paint of 6-foot-4 Appel (11), 6-foot-1 Harmon (7) and 6-foot-3 Smith (5) that are making this game no-contest.

ASU also has balanced scoring right now with six players each having a bucket and Thompson leading the way with two buckets, but if the Sun Devils don't want to be bedeviled, their shooting percentage has to improve (currently it's a an embarrasing 28%).

Stay tuned....

Stanford 34
ASU 19

Posted by Lara Boyko at 11:15 PM on March 05, 2007

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