Alanna Smith had 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, DiJonai Carrington added 19 points and the 16th-ranked Stanford women's basketball team rallied to beat host USF, 86-66, in a nonconference contest Wednesday night.
Kiana Williams added 17 points and Alexa Romano had 13 for the Cardinal (5-3), which travels to Baylor for a nonconference game at 11 a.m. Sunday. Stanford goes on a two-week break for finals afterward.
Kaylee Johnson grabbed 14 rebounds as Stanford held a 46-38 edge in rebounding. Williams was 5-of-9 from 3-point range and the Cardinal was 15-of-31.
Stanford made 11 of its 21 attempts (.524) from behind the arc in the third and fourth quarters, a school record for 3-pointers in a half. The 15 made tied for the third-most in program history.
Carrington and Williams hit consecutive 3-pointers in the third quarter to put Stanford ahead to stay and sparking a 62-point second-half.
USF led, 24-15, with 5:48 to play in the second quarter. Stanford closed the gap to 28-24 by halftime and then exploded out of the locker room, hitting its first six shots, to complete the turnaround.
The Cardinal outscored the Dons (2-4) by a 71-42 margin over the final 25:48.
Brittany McPhee, Stanford's leading scorer at 16.5, missed her fourth-straight game with a right-foot injury.