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Tara VanDerveer's assistants wanted to play man-to-man defense. The Stanford head coach insisted on playing zone.
The last time Stanford didn't make it to the NCAA women's Sweet 16 was 2007. Florida State was the team that stopped the Cardinal, on Stanford's home court no less.
Stanford is halfway home.
Taylor Greenfield might be the only Stanford player happy about traveling 1,800 miles to the middle of Iowa to open the NCAA women's basketball tournament.
That missed chance in the Pac-12 tournament semifinals cost Tara VanDerveer's Stanford team a top seed in the NCAA tournament.
In a pair of blowout weekend wins against Arizona schools, Stanford re-established its shooting touch from long range and dominant play on the defensive end.
Stanford returned home after a frustrating defeat with a single-minded focus to rediscover its stingy defense.
Washington State has taken the floor 56 times against Stanford in women's basketball, and 56 times the Cougars have lost.
Washington State was sniffing its first victory ever against No. 3 Stanford in women's basketball - and Chiney Ogwumike was having none of it.