Goldberg And LÃ¯Â¿Â½veillÃ¯Â¿Â½ Honored
April 30, 2004
STANFORD, Calif. - Seniors Shelly Goldberg and Lise Lï¿½veillï¿½ of the Stanford University women's gymnastics team collected prestigious honors this week. Goldberg was recognized as a Terman Scholar, a distinction that is given to the top 5% of engineering students at Stanford, while Lï¿½veillï¿½ garnered an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
Goldberg is no stranger to academic success. During her four years on The Farm, Goldberg has garnered three NACGC Academic All-American awards and has been named to three consecutive Pac-10 All-Academic First Teams. The Mequon, WI native currently holds a 3.99 GPA in Mechanical Engineering and was one of just three Mechanical Engineering students out of a class of about 70 students to be selected as a Terman Scholar.
Lï¿½veillï¿½ boasts a 3.73 GPA in human biology, and was a leader for the Cardinal in the gym. Lï¿½veillï¿½ garnered five All-American awards this season and finished her career with eight, tying for the most in program history. The Burnaby, B.C. native is a three-time NACGC Academic All-American and is also a three-time Pac-10 All-Academic member. Lï¿½veillï¿½ captured first place in the all-around at the NCAA North Central Region and took home third place in the all-around at the team preliminaries at the NCAA Championships.