Cal Finishes Seventh at Pac-10 Championships
March 20, 2004
Tuscon, Ariz. - Cal scored over 195.000 for the eighth time in its last night meets, notching a 195.625 and finishing seventh at Pac-10 Championships. Against some of the toughest competition in the country, Stanford won the meet with a 197.900.
Stephanie Kim had her second consecutive great performance, scoring a 39.425 in the all-around - her second highest score of the season behind the 39.650 she scored last weekend. My-Lan Dodd added a 39.275, while Britani Pittullo notched a 38.925 in her first all-around of the season. Stanford's Natalie Foley won the all-around with a 39.800.
Pittullo led the way for the Bears on vault scoring a 9.850, while Kim chipped in with a 9.825. The Bears scored 49.050 as a team.
On the bars, Monique Chang delighted the crowd with a 9.900 and Pittullo added a 9.875 for a new personal best. Cal managed a 49.150 in the event.
Dodd finished tied for first on the beam with a 9.950, tying her personal best with a new season-high. Kim and Miho Maeda added 9.850's as the Bears scored a 49.175 - their best score on any event in what has been statically their worst event.
Finally, on the floor Kim scored a 9.900 to cap off another great meet for the Bears' senior. Cal ended with a tally of 48.250 in the discipline.
Regional Finals will be held Saturday, April 3 at a site yet to be determined.
Team Scores Vault Bars Beam Floor Total1.Stanford 49.400 49.475 49.650 49.375 197.9002.UCLA 49.575 49.500 49.150 49.650 197.8753.Oregon State 49.275 49.300 49.225 49.275 197.0754.Arizona 49.250 49.075 49.175 49.275 196.7754.Arizona State 49.225 48.875 49.375 49.300 196.7756.Washington 49.050 48.500 49.500 49.375 196.4257.California 49.050 49.150 49.175 48.250 195.625