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Stanford Ends the Cougars Season

by WSU Athletics

No. 11 Washington State vs. No. 6 Stanford | March 12, 2014 | MGM Grand Garden Arena (Las Vegas)

Final Score: STAN 74, WSU 63

· Junior DaVonté Lacy became the 34th Cougar to score 1,000 points in his career with his first field goal of the game, a 3-pointer…he now has 1,023 points and ranks 34th all-time in the WSU career record books.

· Lacy finished with 4 3-pointers and moved onto WSU’s single-season list for 3-pointers made…he’s tied for eighth with Klay Thompson (2010) with 76 3-pointers this season.

· Lacy finished with 25 points for his 12th 20-plus point game of the season.

· Senior D.J. Shelton grabbed 11 rebounds to move into sole possession of fourth place on WSU’s single-season rebounding list with 297 this season.

· Shelton added 15 points for his 13th double-double of the season, 14th of his career and his 11th in Pac-12 play.

· Dexter Kernich-Drew finished with 11 points, marking his sixth double-figure scoring game of the season and second-consecutive.

· Stanford shot .585 (24-for-41) from the field…the best by a WSU opponent this season.

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