STANFORD, Calif. – Six Stanford women’s gymnasts were named Scholastic All-Americans, as announced Tuesday by the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches/Women.
Fifty-five Stanford gymnasts have now claimed 110 NACGC/W Scholastic All-America honors.
The six Cardinal selected were: senior human biology major Nicole Dayton (3.67 cumulative grade-point average), junior human biology major Shona Morgan (4.0), junior human biology major Lucy Meyer (3.6), sophomore biomechanical engineering major Samantha Shapiro (3.55), sophomore product design major Rebecca Wing (3.69) and freshman Jenna Frowein (3.91).
Morgan earned her third consecutive selection, while Shapiro and Wing claimed their second honor in as many years. Meyer also earned the second honor of her career after being selected in 2011.
It was Dayton’s first NACGC/W selection and caps a terrific senior season in which she earned her first NCAA All-America honor (vault, first-team), was selected to the All-Pac-12 second team on vault and received a Pac-12 postgraduate scholarship.
Stanford was also recognized as a NACGC/W Scholastic All-America team, earning a 3.4227 cumulative GPA.