Cardinal Earn 11 All-Americans In Indoor Track & Field
March 16, 2008
Eleven Stanford student-athletes were named All-American on Sunday as announced by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Association following the NCAA Indoor Championships. Of the eleven Stanford All-Americans, four earned two All-America honors.
Erica McLain earned two All-America honors after placing fourth in the long jump and winning the triple jump. She now has 12 All-America honors in her decorated career at Stanford.
The women's distance medley also earned All-America status for its third place finish at the NCAA Championships. The DMR team was made up of Lauren Centrowitz, Idara Otu, Alicia Follmar, and Arianna Lambie. It was the first All-America honor for Otu and Follmar. Follmar later earned her second All-America honor in the mile where she finished 10th.
Lambie and Centrowitz earned a second All-America honor in the 3,000 meters after finishing third and fourth, respectively. For Lambie it was her 13th and 14th honor, while it was the fourth and fifth for Centrowitz. Lambie finishes her career at Stanford with 14 All-America honors to rank second all-time, trailing only Lauren Fleshman who earned 15.
The men were led by Garrett Heath who earned two All-America honors for his fourth place finish in the mile and as a member of the third place distance medley relay team. Heath is now a six-time All-American at Stanford.
The other Stanford All-Americans were Josh Hustedt after his second place finish in the heptathlon and Graeme Hoste after finishing fourth in the pole vault. It was the second honor for Hustedt and the third for Hoste.
2008 Indoor Track & Field