PALO ALTO, California (Ticker) -- Stanford and Harvard may have students with similar scores on the Scholastic Assessment Test, but the gap on the basketball court is much greater.
Matt Lottich scored 19 points as the eighth-ranked Cardinal had no trouble with the winless Crimson, rolling to a 100-59 victory.
Stanford (9-0), which has yet to suit up injured swingman Josh Childress, entered with a Sagarin rating of four while Harvard was rated 317. Sunday's matchup, the seventh between the schools, bore out those numbers.
The Cardinal responded after a slow start with a pair of dunks by Justin Davis to trigger a 14-4 run that opened a 44-31 halftime edge. Davis also dunked to start the second half and Lottich added seven points as Stanford put away the Crimson with a 13-0 run.
Harvard (0-11) lost five seniors who accounted for 74 percent of the team's scoring last season. The 13-game losing streak is the Crimson's longest since 1991.
Rob Little scored 17 points and reserve Matt Haryasz came off the bench to make 7-of-11 shots for a career-high 16 points as Stanford's frontcourt dominated. Little and Davis, who scored 14 points, combined for 15-of-22 shooting.
The Cardinal held a 48-25 cushion on the glass, illustrating the differences between the programs.
Harvard made 11-of-27 3-pointers but struggled from the arc, going 6-of-26 against Stanford's taller defenders.
The major bright spot for Harvard was 14-of-14 foul shooting. Kevin Rogus scored 22 points while Jason Norman, who grew up just seven miles from the Stanford campus, was 1-of-7 for three points.