This article is part of a running series The Daily sports staff will be publishing on graduating seniors. Fifth-year senior Mason Pengilly was a captain on last season’s wrestling team, which won the program’s first ever Pac-12 team title. A two-time Pac-12 All-Academic pick, Pengilly graduated with a degree in political science and will attend…
Freshmen Lacie and Lexie Hull, sophomore Estella Moschkau and junior Anna Wilson represented Stanford at the 2019 USA Basketball Women’s 3×3 National Championship this past weekend in Las Vegas. With a 5-1 record, the four women placed fifth out of 18 teams.
Stanford’s first international women’s basketball recruit, Alanna Smith has enjoyed the successes of a standout senior season for which she was named an All-American. Smith was also the 12th Cardinal to be named All-American and to be drafted in the first round of the WBNA draft.
Senior Ella Eastin is a member of three NCAA championship teams (2017-19). The 20-time All-American holds eight individual championships in the 400-yard IM (2016-19), 200-yard IM (2016,2018), and the 200-yard butterfly (2017-18).
Senior Abrahm DeVine is a two-time NCAA individual champion in the 400-yard IM (2018, 2019). A 15-time All-American, DeVine is the first Stanford man to claim back-to-back 400 IM titles since Tom Wilkens (1997-98).
After a season of trailing four-time defending champion No. 1 Oklahoma (OU) in the rankings, and after trailing the perennial OU powerhouse for much of Saturday’s NCAA Championship meet, No. 2 Stanford broke away in the final event for a come-from-behind 415.222-414.556 victory in Illinois.
No. 2 Stanford Men’s Gymnastics heads off to Illinois today to compete in the qualifying session for the NCAA Finals. So far, Stanford has sustained a near-immaculate season against some of the best teams in the nation.
Men’s swimming and diving head coach Ted Knapp has stepped down from his position and will be retiring, Athletic Director Bernard Muir announced on Monday.