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Stanford Athletics | January 5, 2014

Ninth-ranked Stanford overcomes late deficit to claim NorCal Quad

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Ninth-ranked Stanford overcame a late deficit on Sunday to claim a first-place finish at the NorCal Quad meet at Sacramento State.

The Cardinal rallied in its final event on bars to pass No. 22 California 194.825-194.650. Sacramento State finished third with a 194.400, followed by UC Davis (193.450) and San Jose State (193.325).

Stanford entered the final rotation in third place and needed a 48.875 to match Cal.

The Cardinal did just what it needed.

Led by Kristina Vaculik, who scored a meet-high 9.875, the Cardinal recorded a 49.050 on the event to claim the victory.

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