Seattle vs. Stanford 2012: Cardinal foil upset bid by Redhawks, win 68-57

Kirby Lee-US PRESSWIRE

The Stanford Cardinal came back from an early upset bid to beat the Seattle Redhawks 68-57.

The Seattle Redhawks gave the Stanford Cardinal all they could handle for much of Tuesday night in Palo Alto, but eventually ran out of gas and fell 68-57. Seattle led Stanford 30-27 and were holding on for much of the second half, but eventually Stanford edged ahead and pulled away for the win.

Seattle shot only 33.3% from the field, but also were able to hold Stanford to 34.4% from the field and keep themselves in the game for much of the contest. Prince Obasi led Seattle with 18 points on 6-14 shooting. Right behind Obasi was Deshaun Sunderhaus with 12 points on 5-13 shooting. Louis Green added nine points, with Clarence Trent put in seven points.

Stanford was led by Andy Brown, who put up 17 points on 6-9 shooting. Chasson Randle put in 15 points on 4-0 shooting, and Josh Heustis and Christian Sanders added nine points apiece.

Seattle fell to 2-2 on the season, with their next contest coming up against Boise State on December 2nd.

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