Six Cardinal Honored as NACGC Academic All-Americans
Aug. 21, 2003
STANFORD, Calif. - Stanford boasted six gymnasts as 2003 National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches (NACGC) Academic All-Americans.
Junior Shelly Goldberg notched a 4.0 grade-point average in mechanical engineering. A native of Mequon, Wis., Goldberg receives her second academic honor from NACGC.
Senior Alissa Cooper (Silver Spring, Md.) recorded a 3.85 GPA to earn her fourth-straight NACGC academic honor.
Juniors Caroline Fluhrer, Lise Lï¿½veillï¿½ and Lindsay Wing joined the list of honorees. Fluhrer, a native of Seattle, Wash., earned a 3.93 GPA and has been honored twice by the NACGC. She is majoring in civil engineering.
Lï¿½veillï¿½ hails from Burnaby, B.C., and earned a 3.86 GPA for her second consecutive NACGC recognition. Lï¿½veillï¿½ is listed as a double major in engineering and human biology.
Wing, from Cypress, Texas, recorded a 3.63 GPA in human biology.
Natalie Foley stood as the lone Cardinal freshman on the list with a 3.61 GPA. She is from Colorado Springs, Colo., and is undecided on a major.