Wade Payne/APStanford pitching coach Rusty Filter

Wade Payne/APStanford pitching coach Rusty Filter

Randle carries Stanford past South Dakota State

Chasson Randle scored 17 of his 21 points in the first half and Stanford routed South Dakota State, 92-60, on Sunday as part of the Progressive Legends Classic. Anthony Brown added 19 points and Josh Huestis scored 13 for the Cardinal (6-2), who won their fifth in six games. Stefan Nastic had 10 points.

Cal men’s soccer advances: The fourth-seeded Cal men’s soccer team defeated Coastal Carolina 1-0 in the third round of the NCAA tournament to advance to the quarterfinals. The Bears (14-4-2) scored on midfielder Alec Sundly’s 65th-minute goal to set up a showdown with Maryland next weekend.

Cardinal eliminated from NCAA tourney: Ian Lange scored the only goal of the game in the 84th minute as Washington defeated Stanford 1-0 in the NCAA tournament, ending the Cardinal’s season. It was Stanford’s third loss of the season to Washington, having dropped two regular-season matches.

Stanford will hit road for Pac-12 title game: The Pac-12 Conference title game matchup has been set for a week. Now so is the location. No. 11 Arizona State (10-2, 8-1), whose only league loss came at seventh-ranked Stanford (10-2, 7-2) on Sept. 21, will host the Cardinal in the Pac-12 title game Saturday night with a spot in the Rose Bowl at stake.

— Staff, wire reportChasson RandleCollege Sports

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