STANFORD, Calif. – Stanford men’s rowing tied for the most Pac-12 All-Academic team selections for 2013-14 with 15 and had the most individuals on the first team of any school in the conference with 12.
Leading the way for Stanford on the first team was Pac-12 Scholar Athlete of the Year Austin Hack. Also named the Pac-12 Athlete of the Year, Hack was joined on the first team by fellow All-Pac-12 honoree Kaess Smith. The other Cardinal members on the first team include seniors Cole Johnson and Will Robins, juniors Scott Roycroft and Andrew Terajewicz and sophomores Ben Chuter, Nico Cserepy, Kendall Fagan, Robbie Ostrow, Ben Weems and Nathalie Weiss.
The Cardinal placed 13th in the varsity eight and 17th in the 2V8 at the IRA Championships last weekend to close out its season.
Selections by School
Stanford – 15 (12 first team, 3 second team)
Cal – 15 (3 first team, 12 second team)
Washington – 14 (7 first team, 7 second team)
Oregon State – 9 (5 first team, 4 second team)
Washington State – 6 (2 first team, 4 second team)
Colorado – 4 (3 first team, 1 second team)
First Team All-Pac-12 Academic Selections
Ben Chuter - Undeclared
Nico Cserepy – Undeclared
Kendall Fagan – Undeclared
Austin Hack – political science
Cole Johnson – human biology
Robbie Ostrow – undeclared
Will Robins – American studies
Scott Roycroft – earth systems
Andrew Terajewicz – engineering
Ben Weems – undeclared
Nathalie Weiss – art history