Rutgers, who hosted the meet, won with a team total of 195.975. Cornell took second with 191.325 followed by William and Mary with 191.100 and Brockport with 188.750.
William and Mary started on floor exercise with a record team total of 47.975. Sophomore Maggie Lundeen scored the team high of 9.725.
Uneven bars were also successful for the Tribe. Stover and junior Jessica Pritchard scored the team high with a 9.725 each.
The team finished the meet on balance beam. Sophomore Stacia Ruse, Lasek and Stover scored the team high of 9.750. Their scores also tied them for third on the apparatus.
In the all-around, Alexis Gunzelman of Rutgers took first with a total of 39.225 followed by teammate Luisa Leal with 38.800. For William and Mary, third place went to Stover with a total of 37.900.
The next meet for the William and Mary women will be against North Carolina State at North Carolina on Sunday, March 10.