Lili Thompson scored 26 points and Amber Orrange added 19 as No. 5 Stanford beat Hawaii 86-73 during the second day of the Rainbow Wahine Shootout on Saturday.
Erica McCall added 11 points and grabbed nine rebounds and Kaylee Johnson chipped in 10 points and eight boards for the Cardinal (4-2), who shot a blistering 57 percent from the field and 67 percent on 3-pointers.
Thompson, a sophomore guard, made 8 of her 14 shots from the field, including 6 of 7 from behind the arc. She also made all four of her free throws.
Stanford, which led by as many as 16 points early in the second half, rebounded from a 16-point loss to No. 11 North Carolina on Friday.
The Rainbow Wahine (4-2) had four scorers in double figures, led by Shawlina Segovia's 17 points.
Hawaii, which scored on seven of its first eight possessions, led by as many as eight early in the first half, but cooled off considerably once senior guard Shawna-Lei Kuehu left with her second foul at the 9:19 mark.
Stanford, which trailed for the entirety of Friday's loss to North Carolina, took its first lead of the game at 23-22 seconds after Kuehu left on a free throw by Orrange.
Orrange shot 7 of 13 from the field and also had eight assists.
The Rainbow Wahine reclaimed the lead briefly on a pair of Morgan Mason free throws, but Orrange hit a 15-footer to ignite a 20-4 run late in the first half.
Stanford held a 48-34 lead at halftime.
Kuehu returned to start the second half, but left shortly thereafter with an apparent left knee injury. She finished with just four points in a season-low 11 minutes.
Hawaii went on a 9-0 run in the second half to cut the Stanford lead to 59-53 with 11:17 left to play, but got no closer.
Stanford: It was quite the turnaround from Friday's abysmal offensive performance against North Carolina, when the Cardinal shot just 30.9 percent from the field and lost, 70-54.
Hawaii: The Rainbow Wahine saw their two-game winning streak end. It was just their second loss on their home court this season.
Stanford takes on Prairie View A&M Sunday.
Hawaii plays No. 11 North Carolina Sunday.