April 30, 2004
STANFORD, Calif. - Seniors Shelly Goldberg and Lise L?veill? of the Stanford University women's gymnastics team collected prestigious honors this week. Goldberg was recognized as a Terman Scholar, a distinction that is given to the top 5% of engineering students at Stanford, while L?veill? garnered an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
Goldberg is no stranger to academic success. During her four years on The Farm, Goldberg has garnered three NACGC Academic All-American awards and has been named to three consecutive Pac-10 All-Academic First Teams. The Mequon, WI native currently holds a 3.99 GPA in Mechanical Engineering and was one of just three Mechanical Engineering students out of a class of about 70 students to be selected as a Terman Scholar.
L?veill? boasts a 3.73 GPA in human biology, and was a leader for the Cardinal in the gym. L?veill? garnered five All-American awards this season and finished her career with eight, tying for the most in program history. The Burnaby, B.C. native is a three-time NACGC Academic All-American and is also a three-time Pac-10 All-Academic member. L?veill? captured first place in the all-around at the NCAA North Central Region and took home third place in the all-around at the team preliminaries at the NCAA Championships.