|| Lindsay Wing
As a Junior in 2003: Earned First and Second-Team All-America honors on beam and bars, respectively ... Competed on bars, beam and floor in regular and post-season action ... Is a balance beam specialist, placed ninth with a 9.338 in NCAA Championship Individual Finals ... Placed in a tie for third on beam (9.90), tied for 10th place on bars (9.85) and recorded a 9.80 on floor in preliminary round of NCAA Championships ... Tied for third place on beam (9.90) and fourth on bars (9.85) at NCAA Regional Championships ... Earned all-conference honors on beam after being crowned the Pac-10 beam champion with a 9.975 ... Posted the program's first perfect 10.00 on beam against Oklahoma ... Matched career-high on bars and tied for second with a 9.95 against the Sooners ... Tied for first place on bars (9.925) and beam (9.95) and finished third on floor (9.925) against Arizona State ... Won the beam at San Jose State with a 9.95 and took second on floor ... Took first place on beam with a 9.975 in home quadrangular ... Scored a 9.875 or better on beam in all 11 meets, taking first place eight times ... NACGC Academic All-American.
As a Sophomore in 2002: Earned First Team All-American honors, netting a 9.750 on beam for a 12th place finish overall ... Qualified for the event finals on beam with a 9.875, placing fourth in that session ... Her 39.500 all-around mark at the NCAA North Central Regional Championships helped catapult Stanford to an NCAA Championships berth ... Competed in the all-around five times, including a 38.650 at the NCAA Super Six ... At NCAA Regionals, tied for first place on beam with Lise Léveillé at 9.900, took sixth on vault and eighth on floor ... All-Around score of 39.500 at Regionals is a team-best for 2002, as she notched the second NCAA Regional all-around championship of her career ... Excelled at Pac-10 Championships, tying Léveillé on the balance beam for first place honors with a 9.900, as well as recording a 9.900 on floor to take seventh ... Top vault score was a 9.900 against Seattle Pacific to place first, while her 9.925 on bars against Denver translated into a second place finish ... Registered a 39.300 all-around score at Pac-10 Championships ... Scored a 9.900 or better on seven different occasions ... Claimed first place honors for bars, beam and floor in Jan. 18 meet against Washington ... Notched nine first place finishes overall this year ... Member of the NACGC Academic All-America Team ... 2002 Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention Selection.
As a Freshman in 2001: Snagged second place on beam at NCAA Championships event finals with a 9.925, garnering First Team All-America status in that event as well as the All-Around ... Finished in the top-10 in all five categories (vault, bars, beam, floor and All-Around) at NCAA Regionals, including first place honors on the beam (9.950) and All-Around (39.525) ... Named to the Pac-10 All-Conference squad for the All-Around and beam ... Recorded a 39.625 All-Around score after posting a 9.900 on vault, a 9.925 on beam and a 9.950 on floor to give the Cardinal a huge victory over Minnesota ... During the next six meets in which she competed in the All-Around, she posted four scores of 39.625 or better ... Holds the third-highest score (9.950) in Cardinal history on the vault, achieving that mark against Arizona ... High score on the uneven bars for the season was a 9.950 against BYU, placing her in a fourth place tie in Stanford history ... Her balance beam score of 9.975 is tied for the best mark in Cardinal history, which she recorded on two different occasions in 2001 ... Posted a 9.975 on the floor routine twice during the season, good for fifth on the all-time list ... Holds the second-best score in Cardinal history after recording a 39.750 against BYU on Mar. 3, where she also captured first place in every event and the All-Around ... Named Pac-10 Gymnast of the Week after Stanford's impressive win over Minnesota ... Had been ranked as one of the top-five gymnasts in the country in the All-Around since February ... Named 2001 Pac-10 Freshman of the Year ... Selected to the All-Conference Team for the All-Around and the beam ... Tied for first for the all-time record on beam ... 2001 "Most Outstanding Gymnast" Team Award ... 2001 Iron Cardinal Award winner ... 2001 "Most Consistent-Floor Exercise" Team Award.
Club/High School: Member of the U.S. National Team from 1996-2000 ... Led the U.S. team to the championship at the 2000 Spieth Sogipa in Brazil with a third-place finish in the all-around ... Competed in the 1999 World Team Trials, U.S Gymnastics Championships and U.S. Classic ... Placed fourth at the 1998 International 3-on-3 Championships with Blaine Wilson and Natalie Lacuesta ... 1997 National Floor Champion ... Won the all-around competition at the 1997 U.S. Classic ... Captured individual championships on both vault and bars at the 1997 Canberra Cup in Australia ... Helped the U.S. Team to a first-place finish at the 1997 Foxsport Challenge in Australia, taking third in the all-around and fourth on floor ... Member of the winning U.S. team at the 1997 International Team Championships, defeating China and Romania ... Took fourth in the all-around at the 1996 Coca-Cola Championships and third in the all-around at the '96 U.S. Classic, both in the junior division ... Captured three individual titles at the 1996 Jr. Pan-American Championships in Guatemala, winning the all-around, vault and beam ... Also finished second on bars and fourth on floor for the second-place American squad ... Club teammate and high school classmate of fellow Stanford freshman Robin Phelps ... Honor Roll all four years at Magruder High School.
Personal: Born January 21, 1982 ... Daughter of Pamela and Michael Wing ... Grandfather coached baseball at the University of Arizona ... Enjoys hanging out with friends, horseback riding, shopping and going to the beach.
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Getting to Know Lindsay Wing
What is your favorite class taken at Stanford?
Sociology 120 - Interpersonal Relations.
What do you like most about the academic environment at Stanford?
I have really appreciated the diversity of ideas that I have been exposed to here.
What do you see yourself doing in 40 years?
I can see myself doing something related to kids.
What would be your ideal career?
I would love to be a clinical psychologist, and work with young kids with developmental problems.
What is your quirkiest study habit?
I can't study when its really quiet.
What is your best "get rich quick" plan?
I'm going to invent a U-turn signal for cars.