Men's Basketball

Card Victorious in Chase Center

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Tyrell Terry scored 13 of his 20 points in the second half in his return following a one-game absence and Stanford went on a big run late to pull away and beat San Diego 62-59 in the Al Attles Classic on Saturday at the Chase Center.

Oscar da Silva added 19 points and 11 rebounds for his second double-double of the season as the Cardinal (11-1) extended its best start since opening 11-1 in 2008-09.

Joey Calcaterra scored 17 points for San Diego (6-8) while Marion Humphrey added 16 points. The Toreros had won three straight.

Stanford, which shot 43.4 percent while limiting San Diego to 36.5 percent, won despite trailing most of the first half and committing a season-worst 20 turnovers.

Instead, the Cardinal relied on its defense, which has held all 12 opponents this season to under 70 points. It's the first time the Cardinal has accomplished the feat since a 13-game stretch from Nov. 12, 1999-Jan. 13, 2000.

Terry made three 3-pointers in the second half and scored on a reverse layup to cap an 11-0 run that put Stanford ahead 56-44. Da Silva had four points as part of the surge and finished with 10 in the second half.

Stanford led at halftime despite a sloppy first half. The Cardinal turned the ball over 10 times and couldn't get much going offensively until Spencer Jones and Terry made back-to-back 3-pointers after San Diego went ahead 24-16.

Jones later hit a tying 3 and Daejon Davis tipped in a miss with 0.6 seconds remaining to put Stanford up 31-29.

Stanford will take a brief hiatus for the holidays before hosting Kansas at Maples Pavilion on Dec. 29.