PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Oscar da Silva scored 19 points and Daejon Davis added 17 to lead Stanford to a 75-57 victory over Washington State on Sunday night, keeping the Cardinals' hopes of an at-large big to the NCAA tournament alive.  

Stanford shot 56% from the field and held the Cougars to 32% shooting, including 7 of 30 from 3-point range.  WSU have only made 16 of their last 82 shots from beyond the arc.

CJ Elleby scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Washington State, which lost its fourth straight.  Jervae Robinson tied his career high with 14 points on Senior Day.

The Cougars were still without starting point guard Isaac Bonton.  He's missed the last three games with a hip injury.

Next up for the Cougs will be the Huskies on Friday, February 28th in Seattle. Washington State won the first matchup of the season on Friel Court, 79-67.