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Four Stanford Synchronized Swimmers Named Academic All-Americans
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 03/21/2002

March 21, 2002

A record 99 athletes earned Academic All-American status on Thursday from the U.S. Synchronized Swimming Collegiate Coaches Committee. The honorees from 21 universities number nearly half the 203 entries in the U.S. Collegiate Championships, which run today through Saturday at Balfour Natatorium on the campus of Wheaton (Mass.) College. Athletes must earn at least a 3.25 grade point average to be named an Academic All-American. The cumulative grade point average of all competitors in the competition was a staggering 3.16.

More than 200 of the nation's top athletes from 23 universities are on hand vying for bragging rights in the solo, duet, trio and team events. The championships are an open-class meet, combining competition for NCAA Divisions I, II and III, plus NAIA schools.

Following is the list of Academic All-American honoree from Stanford University.

U.S. Synchronized Swimming
2002 Collegiate Academic All-Americans
(Must maintain a 3.25 or better GPA)

Stanford
Blaire Fraser
Amanda Graff-Baker
Stephanie Joukoff
Shella Sadovnik


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