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CoSIDA Academic All-American Hall of Fame

CoSIDA HALL OF FAME
Created in 1988, the Academic All-America Hall of Fame recognizes Academic All-Americans who have achieved lifetime success in their professional careers and are committed to philanthropic causes in the communities where they reside. Four to five deserving candidates are inducted at an annual awards ceremony and dinner. 108 Academic All-Americans have been inducted into the Hall of Fame since its inception.

SELECTION CRITERIA
To be eligible, an Academic All-American must have:
• Received a nomination by his/her alma mater's sports information director.
• Earned Academic All-America Team honors during his/her collegiate career or must meet the criteria for an Honorary Inductee.
• Graduated with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.00 on a 4.00 scale.
• Received college diploma at least 10 years ago.
• Proven career success and philanthropic service.

HALL OF FAME MEMBERS OVERVIEW
Since its inception, the Academic All-America Hall of Fame has recognized U.S. senators and representatives, military heroes, attorneys, physicians, college presidents, Nobel Prize recipients and leading figures of corporate America.

STANFORD AND THE COSIDA HALL OF FAME
Stanford has featured three graduates in the CoSIDA Academic All-American Hall of Fame: women's soccer player Julie Foudy, men's golfer Steve Smith and men's swimmer Pablo Morales.

Foudy run

smith

Morales
HOF Class of 2007
Julie Foudy
Women's Soccer
Stanford '94
HOF Class of 2007
Steve Smith
Men's Water Polo
Stanford '81
HOF Class of 2000
Pablo Morales
Swimming
Stanford '87



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