STANFORD, Calif. — Oregon State coach Craig Robinson can see the improvement in his club. The rest of the Pac-10 is seeing it too.

STANFORD, Calif. — Oregon State coach Craig Robinson can see the improvement in his club. The rest of the Pac-10 is seeing it too.

Calvin Haynes scored a career high 25 points in helping Oregon State win its second consecutive conference road game for the first time in six years, a 77-62 victory over Stanford on Saturday night.

"Coach came in here and gave everybody a chance," Haynes said. "He could have gone out and replaced us all with his own guys, but he didn't. We believe in what he's teaching us."

Seth Tarver added a season-high 19 points and Roeland Schaftenaar had 18 as the Beavers (8-10, 3-5 Pac-10) matched their conference wins of the last two years combined. Oregon State did not win a conference game last year and won six total.

"Our guys are getting better at what they're supposed to do," Robinson said. "We're still learning, though. We've never had a 15-point lead on the road, and we go and foul guys. Initially, we were surprising ourselves out there. Now we have a locker room full of guys who expect to come into a game and win it every single time."

Anthony Goods scored 15 points to lead the Cardinal (13-4, 3-4), who had a six-game winning streak against the Beavers snapped. Landry Fields had 12 points and 11 rebounds for his second career double-double.

"I felt like we were trading buckets," Fields said. "We weren't getting stops. The runs we needed were defensive and we didn't get that. They played smart within their system."

The Beavers, who beat California 69-65 on Thursday night, last swept a trip to the Bay Area in 1993, and hadn't won two straight Pac-10 road games since 2003.

"I can't read the record books," Robinson said. "I'm just here trying to help us win games. Their pressure was tough, but our guys just toughed it out."

Haynes also established career highs in both field goals (10) and attempts (15) as he scored 20 or more points in consecutive games for the first time.

"This is all a confidence thing for us," Haynes said. "We know now that we can go out there and beat these teams. We are showing maturity ever day and we're building on it. They were on us the whole game and never quit, but it was our night."

The Cardinal played their second straight game without senior point guard Mitch Johnson, who is out with a lower right calf strain. Johnson played 112 consecutive games before sitting out Thursday night's win over Oregon.

"Of course we miss him; he's our senior point guard," Stanford coach Johnny Dawkins said. "His presence would have been great. But guys have to step up in his absence."

Beavers' sophomore guard Lathen Wallace was unable to go after suffering a contusion of his lower tail bone in Oregon State's 69-65 victory over Cal two days earlier.

Robinson received a nice ovation when he was introduced before the game, likely as much for beating Cal as for being President Obama's brother-in-law.

The Beavers, who shot 62 percent from the floor, including 68 percent in the second half, never trailed in the contest after taking a 16-2 edge six minutes in. Stanford never got closer than six the rest of the way.

Oregon State led at halftime, 34-28.