Stanford placed fourth with 196.600 points Friday and failed to advance to the NCAA women's gymnastics Super Six in Birmingham, Ala.

Oklahoma (197.500), Georgia (197.300) and LSU (197.100) advanced from one six-team semifinal. Michigan (196.425) and Illinois (195.800) also failed to advance.

Stanford's Kristina Vaculik scored 9.925 to tie for first on the uneven bars. Vaculik, who tied for second on beam (9.900) and tied for fourth in the all-around (39.225), Shona Morgan and Samantha Shapiro all qualified for Sunday's individual events finals. Shapiro and Morgan each scored 9.900 on bars to tie for third.

Defending champion Florida, Alabama and Nebraska advanced in the other semifinal.

  • The Arizona State baseball team scored three times in the fourth inning en route to a 3-2 win at Stanford (14-17, 5-9 Pac-12). The Cardinal scored two unearned runs in the sixth to make it a one-run game.

    Sixth-ranked Washington scored twice in the seventh inning to break a 2-2 tie en route to a 6-2 victory at Cal (15-19, 4-10 Pac-12). Vince Bruno and Nick Halamandaris had RBI singles for the Bears.

    Peter Hendron pitched seven shutout innings, helping Santa Clara (16-22, 7-7 WCC) to a 2-1 win at San Diego. Casey Munoz and T.J. Braff had RBI singles for the Broncos.

    San Jose State (12-27, 6-13 Mountain West) had just six hits in a 5-2 loss to New Mexico. Andre Mecurio had the Spartans' lone extra base hit, a double.

  • A seven-run first inning powered Utah to an 8-3 win over Stanford (25-18, 2-12 Pac-12) at Utah Softball Stadium. The Cardinal outhit the Utes 13-8 but was unable to overcome the 7-0 deficit.

    Cal (22-19, 4-8 Pac-12) took an early 2-0 lead thanks to Breana Kostreba's homer and added a run on Kostreba's double, but No. 1 Oregon scored 15 times in the fourth for a 15-3 five-inning win.

    A six-run sixth lifted San Jose State (24-17, 7-4 Mountain West) to an 11-5 win at Boise State. Jessica Garcia hit a two-run homer in the first for the Spartans.

  • Stanford's Dylan Duvio cleared a collegiate outdoor season best in the men's pole vault at 16 feet, 8¾ inches, finishing ninth in the Open-A division at the 56th Mt. SAC Relays in Walnut. Stanford's Ellie McCardwell placed ninth in the women's open division, clearing 12-1½.

  • Julia Peters scored with a second left, giving the No. 18 Santa Clara women's water polo team (15-11, 4-2 Golden Coast) a 15-14 win over Cal Baptist at the Sullivan Aquatic Center.

    Co-captain Timi Molnar scored four goals, and No. 7 San Jose State (20-11, 2-4 MPSF) beat CSU Bakersfield 13-10.

  • Cal's Brandon Hagy and Stanford's Cameron Wilson and Patrick Rodgers are among the 10 semifinalists for the Ben Hogan Award. The winner, who'll be announced May 18, will receive an exemption to the PGA Tour's 2015 Crowne Plaza Invitational in Fort Worth, Texas.

  • The Stanford men's and women's teams won their conference championships and advanced to USA Rugby's National Championship Series. The Western Regional for both men and women will be at Steuber Rugby Stadium. Stanford women will open against Texas A&M on April 25, followed by BYU vs. Cal. Stanford men will face Oregon on April 26. The Final Four will also be hosted by Stanford on May 9-11.

    The Cal men's team (16-2) will play UCLA in a super regional final of the Varsity Cup National Championships on Saturday in Los Angeles. The Bears are 2-0 against the Bruins this season. If Cal beats UCLA, a national semifinal will be played at Witter Field on April 26 against the Utah-Central Washington winner.

  • The Cal sand volleyball team (3-6) closed out its home schedule with a 3-2 loss to Santa Clara.

    San Jose Giants

    Mitch Delfino and Mac Williamson hit back-to-back home runs in the sixth inning, leading the San Jose Giants to a 4-3 victory at Bakersfield. Giants starter Pat Young earned the win, allowing two runs in five innings. Relievers Jorge Bucardo, Tyler Mizenko and Steven Okert limited the Blaze to one run over four innings.