Men's Swimming Holds Annual Team Awards Brunch

May 21, 2001

Stanford, Calif. - The men's swimming team held their 2001 Team Awards Brunch on Sunday, May 20th. The main focus of the brunch was to recognize and thank the senior class on an outstanding four years with the program. The 2001 seniors are Steven Brown (Reno, Nev.), Rob Canales (San Jose, Calif.), Adam Messner (Ann Arbor, Mich.), Anthony Robinson (Houston, Tex.) and Brian Rodde (Napa, Calif.).

The freshmen class was also recognized for their roll in Stanford's 20th consecutive Pac-10 title.

The members of Stanford's 2001 NCAA team, which finished second at the championships, received their commemorative championship trophies as well.

The recipients for Most Improved Freshmen were Peter Marshall, Markus Rogan, Bobby O'Bryan, Matt Sorlien, Michael Bruce, Andrew Schnell and Scott Ransenberg.

The recipients for Most Valuable Freshmen went to Peter Marshall, Markus Rogan, Bobby O'Bryan, Matt Sorlien, Michael Bruce and Andrew Schnell.

Most Improved Upperclassmen went to Anthony Robinson, Dan Westcott, Peter Lennox-King and Michael O'Neil.

The recipients for Most Valuable Upperclassmen were Adam Messner, Steven Brown, Anthony Robinson and Randall Bal.

Clayton Jones, a computer science major, received the James Gaughran Academic Award for the second consecutive year.

Robinson and Bal were also recognized for making the U.S. National Team which will compete in Japan this summer.

The Stanford men's swimming team also elected their team captains for the upcoming season. The 2002 captains will be Greg Long, Peter Lennox-King and Michael O'Neil.

A 10-minute video highlighting the 2001 season, capped off the brunch.

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