2011–12 Stanford Cardinal men's basketball team

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2011–12 Stanford Cardinal men's basketball
Stanford plain block "S" logo.svg
NIT Champions
NIT Championship Game vs Minnesota, W 75–51
Conference Pacific-12 Conference
2011–12 record 26–11 (10–8 Pac-12)
Head coach Johnny Dawkins
Assistant coach Dick Davey
Assistant coach Charles Payne
Assistant coach Mike Schrage
Home arena Maples Pavilion
Seasons
« 2010–11 2012–13 »
2011–12 Pacific-12 Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Washington 14 4   .778     24 11   .686
California 13 5   .722     24 10   .706
Oregon 13 5   .722     24 10   .706
Arizona 12 6   .667     23 12   .657
Colorado 11 7   .611     24 12   .667
UCLA 11 7   .611     19 14   .576
Stanford 10 8   .556     26 11   .703
Oregon State 7 11   .389     21 15   .583
Washington State 7 11   .389     19 18   .514
Arizona State 6 12   .333     10 21   .323
Utah 3 15   .167     6 25   .194
USC 1 17   .056     6 26   .188
2012 Pacific-12 Tournament winner
As of March 8, 2012; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2011–12 Stanford Cardinal men's basketball team represented Stanford University during the 2011–12 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Cardinal, led by fourth year head coach Johnny Dawkins, played their home games at Maples Pavilion and are members of the Pacific-12 Conference. They finished with the record of 26–11 overall, 10–8 in Pac-12 play. They lost in the quarterfinals of the 2012 Pacific-12 Conference Men's Basketball Tournament to California. They were invited to the 2012 National Invitation Tournament where they advanced to the championship game and defeated the Minnesota to be the 2012 NIT Champions.

Roster[edit]

Number Name Position Height Weight Year Hometown
2 Aaron Bright Guard 5–11 175 Sophomore Bellevue, Washington
3 Anthony Brown Guard/Forward 6–6 200 Sophomore Huntington Beach, California
4 Stefan Nastic Center 6–11 225 RS Freshman Thornhill, Ontario, Canada
5 Chasson Randle Guard 6–1 170 Freshmen Rock Island, Illinois
10 Robbie Lemons Guard 6–3 193 Sophomore Carmichael, California
11 Andy Brown Forward 6–7 218 RS Junior Yorba Linda, California
13 Josh Owens Forward/Center 6–8 230 Senior Kennesaw, Georgia
14 Jack Ryan Guard/Forward 6–7 200 Freshmen Glenview, Illinois
22 Jarrett Mann Guard 6–4 190 Senior Middletown, Delaware
23 Gabriel Harris Guard 6–2 190 Junior Birmingham, Alabama
24 Josh Huestis Forward 6–7 223 Sophomore Great Falls, Montana
33 Dwight Powell Forward 6–9 227 Sophomore Toronto, Ontario, Canada
34 Andrew Zimmermann Forward 6–8 230 Senior Oostburg, Wisconsin
40 John Gage Forward/Center 6–9 220 Sophomore Vashon Island, Washington
50 Jack Trotter Forward/Center 6–9 230 Senior Moraga, California


Schedule[edit]

Date Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (Attendance)
Exhibition
11/05/2011* Ryerson W 100–47  Maples Pavilion (N/A)
Regular Season
11/11/2011* Central Arkansas W 92–51  1–0 Maples Pavilion (5,206)
11/14/2011* Fresno State
(NIT Season Tip-Off First Round)
W 75–59  2–0 Maples Pavilion (4,385)
11/15/2011* Colorado State
(NIT Season Tip-Off Quarterfinals)
W 64–52  3–0 Maples Pavilion (4,337)
11/18/2011* at UC Davis W 70–49  4–0 The Pavilion (4,427)
11/23/2011* vs. Oklahoma State
(NIT Season Tip-Off Semifinals)
W 82–67  5–0 Madison Square Garden (8,293)
11/24/2011* vs. #5 Syracuse
(NIT Season Tip-Off Championship)
L 63–69  5–1 Madison Square Garden (8,477)
11/28/2011* Pacific W 79–37  6–1 Maples Pavilion (4,642)
12/01/2011* at Seattle W 72–49  7–1 KeyArena (3,046)
12/04/2011* NC State W 76–72  8–1 Maples Pavilion (5,871)
12/17/2011* San Diego W 75–55  9–1 Maples Pavilion (4,761)
12/19/2011* Bethune-Cookman W 75–56  10–1 Maples Pavilion (4,379)
12/22/2011* Butler L 66–71  10–2 Maples Pavilion (5,693)
12/29/2011 UCLA W 60–59  11–2 (1–0) Maples Pavilion (6,777)
12/31/2011 USC W 51–43  12–2 (2–0) Maples Pavilion (5,741)
01/05/2012 at Oregon L 67–78  12–3 (2–1) Matthew Knight Arena (6,199)
01/07/2012 at Oregon State W 103–101 4OT 13–3 (3–1) Gill Coliseum (7,239)
01/12/2012 Utah W 68–65  14–3 (4–1) Maples Pavilion (4,981)
01/14/2012 Colorado W 84–64  15–3 (5–1) Maples Pavilion (5,850)
01/19/2012 at Washington State L 69–81  15–4 (5–2) Beasley Coliseum (3,119)
01/21/2012 at Washington L 63–76  15–5 (5–3) Alaska Airlines Arena (9,794)
01/29/2012 at California L 59–69  15–6 (5–4) Haas Pavilion (11,877)
02/02/2012 Arizona State W 68–44  16–6 (6–4) Maples Pavilion (4,719)
02/04/2012 Arizona L 43–56  16–7 (6–5) Maples Pavilion (6,231)
02/09/2012 at UCLA L 61–72  16–8 (6–6) LA Sports Arena (5,207)
02/12/2012 at USC W 59–47  17–8 (7–6) Galen Center (4,538)
02/16/2012 Oregon State W 87–82  18–8 (8–6) Maples Pavilion (5,005)
02/19/2012 Oregon L 64–68  18–9 (8–7) Maples Pavilion (6,197)
02/23/2012 at Colorado W 74–50  19–9 (9–7) Coors Events Center (11,036)
02/25/2012 at Utah L 57–58  19–10 (9–8) Jon M. Huntsman Center (8,933)
03/04/2012 California W 75–70  20–10 (10–8) Maples Pavilion (6,899)
Pac-12 Tournament
03/07/2012 vs. Arizona State
(First Round)
W 85–65  21–10 Staples Center (N/A)
03/08/2012 vs. California
(Quarterfinals)
L 71–77  21–11 Staples Center (N/A)
2012 NIT
03/13/2012* Cleveland State
(First Round)
W 76–65  22–11 Maples Pavilion (1,339)
03/19/2012* Illinois State
(Second Round)
W 92–88 OT 23–11 Maples Pavilion (1,781)
03/21/2012* Nevada
(Quarterfinals)
W 84–56  24–11 Maples Pavilion (3,020)
03/27/2012* vs. Massachusetts
(Semifinals)
W 74–64  25–11 Madison Square Garden (7,574)
03/29/2012* vs. Minnesota
(Championship Game)
W 75–51  26–11 Madison Square Garden (5,494)
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. ( ) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Pacific Time.

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