Mens Track & Field

Stanford athletes on , Pac-12 All-Academic

Date of competition: Monday, June 11, 2018

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Fifty-three Stanford track and field athletes were named to the Pac-12 All-Academic team: 27 men and 26 women.

To receive All-Academic consideration, a student-athlete must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA, be at least a sophomore academically and be a significant contributor.

Here is the list, with cumulative GPA's through the winter:

First team
Tai Dinger: R. Jr., molecular and cell biology, 3.97
Steven Grolle, R. Jr., human biology, 3.92
Sean McGorty, 5th Sr., management science and engineering, 3.77
Michael Painter, Gr., computer science, 3.80
Second team
Colin Dolese, Sr., computer science, 3.56
Steven Fahy, R. Jr., human biology, 3.73
Grant Fisher, Jr., electrical engineering, 3.57
Jack Keelan, R Sr., product design, 3.55
Will Kingsfield, R. Fr., undeclared, 3.66
Tristen Newman, Sr., chemical engineering, 3.54
Patrick Perrier, R. Jr., energy sources engineering, 3.57
Brian Smith, Jr., biology, 3.74
Harrison Williams, R. Jr., 3.63, product design
Honorable mention
Julian Body, So.
Daniel Brady, Sr.
Dion Brandt-Sims, R. Fr.
Isaiah Brandt-Sims, Sr.
Isaac Cortes, So.
Trevor Danielson, R. Jr.
Lucas Ege, Jr.
Landon Ellingson, So.
Nathaniel Kucera, R. Jr.
Fisayo Omilana, So.
Hari Sathyamurthy, R. Fr.
Isaac Westlund, Jr.
Sam Wharton, 5th Sr.
Christian White, R. Jr.

posted by Rick Eymer on Jun 11, 2018 at 10:06 pm

Michael Painter. Photo by John P. Lozano/

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