From the University of South Carolina:
PALO ALTO, CA – South Carolina suffered a 70-32 loss at No. 3/2 Stanford Friday afternoon as the Cardinal limited the Gamecock offense throughout the contest.
A difficult first half put South Carolina (2-3) into a halftime hole from which it could not recover, despite a better offensive effort in the second half. The first half was all Stanford as the Gamecocks' shooting woes followed them across the country.
South Carolina stayed with the Cardinal early, but a series of 3-pointers were the Gamecocks' undoing. After Marah Strickland turned a steal into an easy layup to cut the Stanford lead to 7-6, the Cardinal went on a 20-2 run that included a trio of 3-pointers and back-to-back drives to the bucket by each of the Ogwumike sisters – Chiney and Nnemkadi.
Sutton ended the surge with a 3-pointer from the left wing, but it was not enough to kick-start the South Carolina offense, which finished with just 11 points in the half, tying for the second-lowest first-half point production in program history.