Ogwumike leads No. 4 Stanford past Santa Clara
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Chiney Ogwumike scored 22 points, Joslyn Tinkle added 19 and No. 4 Stanford beat Santa Clara 97-57 on Sunday.
Amber Orrange matched her career high with 18 points for the Cardinal (2-0), who had a much easier time of it in their second game of the year.
Game number three will provide Stanford with its biggest test of the young season.
Stanford meets defending national champion Baylor in a highly-anticipated matchup at the Rainbow Wahine Classic in Honolulu on Friday. The Bears beat the Cardinal in last year's national semifinal.
Lindsay Leo scored 16 points to lead the Broncos (1-1), while Meagan Fulps finished with 14 points and Ruta Zurauskyte had 11.
The Broncos outscored Stanford 14-7 over the final four minutes of the first half to draw within 47-32 heading into the intermission.
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