Womens Water Polo

Stanford on, ACWPC All-Academic

Date of competition: Tuesday, June 21, 2016

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Stanford set a program record with 15 women’s water polo players named to the All-Academic list released Tuesday by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC).

Stanford’s 15 honorees, easily the most in the MPSF and tied with Brown for the most in the country, surpassed the 14 academic All-Americans from a year ago. The Cardinal has had at least 10 players earn ACWPC All-Academic distinction each of the past eight seasons.

Student-athletes eligible for the ACWPC All-Academic award must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or higher. Athlete merit levels include "excellent" (3.2 to 3.4), "superior" 3.41 to 3.7 and "outstanding" 3.71 to 4.0.

ACWPC All-Academic Selections from Stanford
Kat Klass Outstanding Undeclared
Lauren Norheim Outstanding Undeclared
Shannon Cleary Superior Undeclared
Katie Dudley Superior Undeclared
Julia Hermann Superior Human Biology
Jamie Neushul Superior Communication
Natalie Chun Excellent Undeclared
Cassidy Papa Excellent Human Biology
Cassidy Wiley Excellent Undeclared
Gurpreet Sohi Excellent Human Biology
Dani Jackovich Excellent Biomechanical Engineering
Jordan Raney Excellent Undeclared
Rachel Johnson Excellent Civil Engineering
Mackenzie Wiley Excellent Undeclared
Anna Yelizarova Excellent Computer Science

posted by Rick on Jun 21, 2016 at 3:48 pm

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