Chasson Randle did everything he could to help the Stanford men's basketball team somehow find a way to win. He scored 30 points, shot 56 percent from the field and was perfect in nine free throw attempts.
Dwight Powell added 13 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and led Stanford with four assists. Stefan Nastic added 11 points for the Cardinal (0-2, 9-5), which has lost three of its last four.
It doesn't get much easier for Stanford, which travels to Eugene to take on No. 17 Oregon in a 2 p.m. tipoff Sunday.
Anthony Brown brought Stanford within 65-63 when he hit a 3-pointer, his only basket of the game, with 4:27 remaining to play.
The Cardinal was still within two with just under three minutes to play before the Beavers went on a 10-2 run over the next two minutes.
Oregon State went away from its trademark 1-3-1 zone defense to pressure Stanford's 3-point shooting and the strategy worked. The Cardinal was 2 of 8 from long range.
John Gage, who has scored more points against Oregon State than any other team, was held without an attempt.
The Beavers led at halftime, 37-32.
All-American Ryan Mango's major decision over Ben DeMeulle at 125 pounds clinched Stanford's 19-12 win over visiting Boise State Thursday in a Pac-12 match at Maples Pavilion.
Evan Silver won at 125 pounds to help the Cardinal (2-0, 9-3) hand the Broncos their first conference loss in two years.
Stanford, which hosts Oregon State on Saturday at 3 p.m., had lost two of its previous three matches. Boise State entered the competition riding a six-match winning streak.
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