HONORS . . . Stanford junior driver Kiley Neushul was named the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation women's water polo Player of the Week on Monday for her contribution in helping the second-ranked Cardinal to its fifth straight Stanford Invitational title. Neushul, the Peter Cutino Player of the Year two years ago, scored 11 goals over Stanford's four wins at the event, as the Cardinal (4-0) clinched the crown with an 8-4 win over No. 3 UCLA Sunday afternoon . . . Add another record to Chiney Ogwumike's file as the Stanford forward was named Pac-12 Player of the Week for a benchmark-setting seventh time this season. She eclipses her previous mark of six from 2012-13. For her career it is the 16th time that she has been recognized by the conference. Ogwumike averaged 27.3 points and 10.7 rebounds while shooting 58.9 percent from the field as Stanford went 3-0 last week — beating USC before sweeping California in a Thursday-Sunday home-and-home . . . Menlo School senior David Ball won the USTA Bill Talbert Junior Sportsmanship Award for his honorable tournament play during the season, and three other Menlo students were finalists. Chosen among all junior players nationwide, Ball is one of four winners who will be honored in a ceremony during the International Hall of Fame weekend in Rhode Island, July 11-13. In an unprecedented showing, Menlo had four finalists for the award: Vikram Chari, Lane Leschly and girls' CCS tennis singles champion Elizabeth Yao. The last winner from Menlo was Ball's brother, Andrew (2011), who now plays for Harvard.
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