I have calculated the final results and it was a clean sweep by the undergraduates. There was a four-way tie for fourth place (each student solving 3 problems each). Thus, we had to calculate the total time consumed in order to break the tie. You can view the Details of the tie-breaker calculation.
Here are the students who will represent Stanford at the ACM Pacific Regional Contest, and hopefully at the The ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest:
Team Alternate: Salim Yusufali (Junior) (3 problems solved)
Congratulations to all who participated, and good luck to both of
Stanford's teams as we look forward to great success in the
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