STANFORD Chiney Ogwumike had 18 points and 12 rebounds for her seventh straight double double, leading No. 4 Stanford past Arizona 73-43 Friday night.
Joslyn Tinkle added 15 points for the Cardinal (21-2, 10-1 Pacific-12 Conference), which won its seventh straight. Mikaela Ruef scored 11 points and had 10 rebounds for her first career double double.
Alli Gloyd scored 13 points to lead the Wildcats (11-11, 3-8), who lost their sixth straight and have dropped eight of 10 overall since opening the season 9-3.
Ogwumike missed three of her first four shots, allowing Arizona to remain within striking distance midway through the first half. She made four of her next five shots, however, coinciding with a 17-6 run that gave Stanford a 31-19 halftime advantage.
Stanford has held its last 41 opponents to fewer than 70 points, an ongoing school record. Davellyn White, the Pac-12's active scoring leader, was held below 10 points for the first time this season, and the first time since last year's matchup with Stanford, a span of 31 games. She has 1,932 career points.
White did set a school record with her 119th career start. She had been tied with Dee-Dee Wheeler.
The Cardinal eventually built a 20-point advantage within the first six minutes of the second half and cruised the rest of the way, beating the Wildcats for the 22nd consecutive meeting. Arizona last beat Stanford in 2004.
No. 6 Cal 66, Arizona State 53 in Berkeley The Bears extended their season-high winning streak to eight games with their win over the Sun Devils.
Cal (20-2, 10-1 Pac-12) remained tied for first place in the conference with Stanford. The Sun Devils (11-12, 3-8) have lost four straight and six of seven.
No. 7 Maryland 73, Wake Forest 63 in Winston-Salem, N.C. The Terrapins (19-3, 10-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) shot 54 percent, built a 20-point lead and then blew nearly all of it before regrouping in time to hold off the Demon Deacons (10-13, 3-8). It was Maryland's ninth straight win.
No. 5 Duke 62, Virginia 41 in Charlottesville, Va. The Blue Devils overcame a slow start with a 21-5 run spanning the halves to win their 20th consecutive game over the Cavaliers.
The burst turned a 22-13 deficit into a 34-27 lead for Duke (21-1, 11-0 ACC). After Virginia (14-8, 6-5) closed within four at 34-30, Duke scored nine of the next 11 points and cruised to the win.
The Cavaliers have not beaten the Blue Devils since a 61-49 victory on Jan. 30, 2000.