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March 21, 2012 at 8:33 PM

Stanford grabs last ticket to New York

No. 3 seed Stanford ran away from No. 5 Nevada early and turned the NIT quarterfinal at Maples Pavilion into an 84-56 rout.
The Cardinal (24-11) will face UMass (25-11) at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Madison Square Garden.
The Pac-12 has two teams in the NIT Final Four, including Washington (24-10) which plays Minnesota in the 6 p.m. Tuesday semifinal.
The conference last had two semifinalists in 1999 when California captured the title.
Stanford won the NIT in 1991.
And in the College Basketball Invitational, Washington State beat Oregon State 72-55 at Gill Coliseum tonight.
The Cougars (18-16) host Pittsburgh (20-16) at 7 p.m. Monday in a best-of-three series. Game 2 is Wednesday in Pittsburgh as is the third game, if necessary.
Updated: 9:14 p.m,

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