The Stanford women's team concluded its season with a sixth-place finish at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships in Des Moines, Iowa.
The Cardinal men finished 16th.
The Stanford women had 25 points, including two more scoring performance Saturday. LSU won with 76 points, with Oregon at 62. It was the Tigers' 15th title in 31 years. Cal was 40th with six points.
Kathy Kroeger led the Cardinal on Saturday, placing seventh in the 5,000 meters. She finished in 16 minutes, 22.60 seconds. Cal's Chelsea Reilly was ninth in 16:30.31. Dartmouth's Abbey D'Agostino won in 16:11.34.
The other Cardinal scorer Saturday was Katie Nelms in the 100 hurdles. She was eighth in 13.97 seconds.
Also competing for Stanford was Arantxa King in the triple jump. She was ninth with a leap of 43 feet, 2¼ inches. Florida's Ciarra Brewer (James Logan High) was fourth at 44-91/2. Southern Miss's Ganna Demydova won with a meet record of 46-7¼.
Chizoba Okodogbe (Deer Valley High) ran the second leg of Oregon's winning 1,600 relay team (3:24.54).
On the men's side, just Benjamin Johnson competed for Stanford on Saturday. He was 11th in the 3,000-meter steeplechase in 8:52.96.
Florida won its first ever men's title with 50 points, followed by LSU at 48 and Texas A&M at 40. Cal tied for 66th with one point.
The championship came down to the final race, the 1,600 relay.
Summer Hit, a 3-year-old gelding purchased by trainer Jerry Hollendorfer shortly after a win in a maiden-claiming race, earned his first stakes victory when he beat Stoney Fleece by a neck in the $100,000 Silky Sullivan Stakes at Golden Gate Fields. Ridden by Russell Baze, Summer Hit ran a mile on turf in 1:36.40. Summer Hit won $57,000 to increase his earnings in five races for Hollendorfer and co-owner John Carver to $95,412.
Travis Gollott of Livermore finished 19th in the boys 16-18 division of the Visa U.S. championships in St. Louis. Donnell Whittenburg won the all-around. Gollott tied for eighth in the floor exercise.
Staff writer Jeff Faraudo and the Associated Press contributed to this report.