WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah - Kyla Bryant produced two meet-high marks on the way to being crowned Pac-12 champion on floor and Stanford improved its score for the fifth straight competition, highlighting Saturday's morning session of the Pac-12 Championships.
The Cardinal finished with a season-best 195.175, outpacing Washington (194.400) but checking in behind Oregon State (195.625) and Arizona (195.400).
Stanford delivered season-high performances when it counted most, establishing top marks on vault (48.825), bars (48.800) and floor (49.350).
Bryant came away with season highs on floor (9.950) and all-around (39.475), representing the top marks in the morning prior to Saturday's evening session that featured Arizona State, California, UCLA and Utah. Bryant's 9.950 would eventually stand up, as she became the Cardinal's first Pac-12 champion since Elizabeth Price in 2018.
Joining Bryant in the top-five on beam at 9.875 was Chloe Widner, who also placed second in the all-around at 39.275.
Grace Garcia finished fourth on bars at 9.850 in her final collegiate meet.
Saturday's performance was especially satisfying considering Stanford had four of its meets canceled, competed short-handed on several events and started its regular season one month later than its conference peers.
The Cardinal now turns its selection to NCAA Regionals, as Bryant and Widner both remain in content for at-large qualification.