STANFORD, Calif.- Dwight Powell and Chasson Randle were named co-recipients of the Hank Luisetti Most Valuable Player honor, highlighting Stanford's annual awards banquet on Sunday evening in front of approximately 200 people inside McCaw Hall at the Francis C. Arrillaga Alumni Center.
Both players also walked away with statistical awards, with Powell claiming the assists title (3.1 per game) and Randle notching scoring honors (18.8 per game).
Joining Powell as a recipient of the Captains’ Award was Josh Huestis, who captured a team-high four accolades. In addition to the earning the statistical award for rebounds (8.2 per game), Huestis also received the Howie Dallmar Coaches Award, Roy Young Toughness Award and Best Defensive Player Award.
Anthony Brown and Stefan Nastic shared the Most Improved Player award. Nastic also captured the field goal percentage statistical award (58.0 percent) while Brown received mention for free throw percentage (78.5 percent) and three-point field goal percentage (45.3 percent).
Robbie Lemons earned the Peter Sauer Most Inspirational Player honor while John Gage (3.65 GPA) collected the Scholar-Athlete Award, highlighting yet another successful season in the classroom as the Cardinal recorded a league-best six Pac-12 All-Academic team selections.
Awards were presented by members of the coaching staff before Anne and Tony Joseph Director of Men's Basketball Johnny Dawkins closed the banquet by thanking his players and support staff.
Stanford’s six-member senior class of Aaron Bright, Andy Brown, Gage, Huestis, Lemons and Powell addressed the crowd and spoke about their experiences on The Farm. After their speeches, a tribute video was played.
Veteran radio analyst John Platz served as the event's emcee.