Taylor Davidson and Caroline Doyle, two of the key components to Stanford's women's tennis national championship in the spring, were named ITA All-Americans in doubles.
Sophomore Tom Fawcett was named an All-American in singles.
Davidson and Doyle, teamed together for the first time last fall, finished 22-12 overall and ranked No. 11 in the nation.
After practicing for a week, the pair won the fall ITA Northwest Regional title and advanced to the national championships in New York.
Fawcett, coming off a phenomenal rookie campaign in 2015 that saw him post a 26-12 record and 14-7 in duals to claim the Pac-12 Freshman of the Year award, stepped up to post an extraordinary sophomore season for an even better 16-6 dual record and 22-8 overall record.
Ranked as high as No. 3 during the season and finishing the season ranked No. 10, Fawcett also collected 15 wins over ranked opponents as the stalwart of the Cardinal offense in the No. 1 spot.
Fawcett cemented himself as the lynchpin of Stanford's success with a team-leading five clinching points on the year, including one over No. 14 Northwestern to advance the Cardinal to the Round of 16.
The Cardinal wrapped up its 2015-2016 season with its best finish since 2012 when it advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals.