2002-03 Stanford Athletic Board Award Winners Announced
June 13, 2003
Stanford, Calif. - The Stanford Athletic Board honored the university's top student-athletes at its annual awards luncheon on Thursday afternoon at Burnham Pavilion. Several Cardinal swimmers were among those recognized for both athletic and academic achievements.
Swimmer Jayme Cramer represented the men's swimming team at the luncheon. Cramer is an eight-time All-American and finished tied for 12th on the individual points list at NCAAs in 2003. He placed fifth in both the 100 and 200 butterfly at NCAAs this past season.
The Biff Hoffman Award for outstanding male senior was shared by Randall Bal of swimming, Todd Dunivant of soccer and Ryan Garko of baseball. Bal finished his career as a 21-time All-American and five-time NCAA Champion. He will represent the United States at the 2003 World Championships in Barcelona, Spain. Bal also captured the Pac-10 title in the 100 back for four consecutive seasons while on The Farm.
Westcott was a four-time All-American in 2003 (two individual, two relays) and was crowned Pac-10 Champion in the 200 backstroke. He was also a part of the 400 medley relay team that broke the conference record as well as the 200 medley relay which broke the conference meet record.
Waters garnered All-America honors as a member of the Cardinal's 800 freestyle relay team in 2003. He is a two-time conference all-academic pick and a four-time All-American for his career on The Farm.
Cardinal Peter Marshall was named the Block 'S' Oustanding Male Junior along with baseball's Carolos Quentin and cross country's Grant Robison. Marshall is a two-time NCAA Champion in the 100 back after defending his 2002 title earlier this year. He is a 18-time All-American and has been chosen to compete for the U.S. at the 2003 Pan American Games in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Marshall helped Team USA to a gold medal and new world record in the 400m medley relay on the final day of the 2002 FINA Short Course World Championships.
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