Stanford grad Janiga is named to Pac-12 All-Century team


Stanford women's gymnastics alumna Carly Janiga ('10) was named to the Pac-12 Women's Gymnastics All-Century Team, as announced by the conference Monday night on the Pac-12 Networks Sports Report.

Janiga is one of 16 gymnasts selected to the All-Century Team, which consists of gymnasts across four decades. The roster, compiled as part of the Pac-12's centennial celebration, was chosen from a field of gymnasts nominated by each Pac-12 institution. Voting was conducted by a panel of coaches, former coaches and individuals associated with Pac-12 gymnastics.

Janiga is one of Stanford's most successful gymnasts, earning national, regional and conference titles during her collegiate career. She is the only gymnast in Stanford history to win the national title on uneven bars, doing so at the 2010 NCAA Championships with a 9.9375.

Janiga also helped lead Stanford to three Super Six appearances, was the NCAA South Central Regional champion in the all-around in 2009, was a five-time Pac-10 champion and a nine-time All-American, including seven first-team honors.

Janiga also had six top-10 individual finishes at the NCAA Championships, was a four-time NACGC/W Scholastic All-American (2007-10) and was the Pac-10 Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2010.

— Stanford Athletics


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