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Stanford 34-1 avenged its only loss of the season to win its fourth title and third in four years.
No. 2 UCLA (27-5) led 5-3 at the half, but could not score in the final two quarters. UCLA had its chances offensively but could not capitalize on the power play, going 0 for 5, including 0 for 3 in the third.
Stanford tied it with 2 seconds remaining in the third quarter and scored on three consecutive possessions in a 1:23 span to put it out of reach.
Kodi Hill, Mackenzie Barr, India Forster, Kelly Ronimus and Alexa Tielmann scored for UCLA.
In the third-place game, third-ranked Southern California beat No. 4 California 11-8.
Eike Daube and Monica Vavic had three goals for the Trojans (26-4). Roser Tarrago and Ashley Young each scored twice for Cal (20-10).
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