Stanford Lands 18 Players On Pac-10 All-Academic Football Teams

Nov. 20, 2002

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - The Stanford University football program had a conference-high 18 players selected to the 2002 Pac-10 All-Academic Football Team. To be eligible for selection to the academic team, a student-athlete must have a minimum 3.0 overall grade-point average and either be a starter or significant substitute.

The Cardinal had six players selected to the First-Team, including running back Casey Moore, offensive lineman Kirk Chambers, defensive linemen Craig Albrecht, who made the First-Team for the second straight year, Trey Freeman and Louis Hobson and defensive back Kevin Schimmelmann.

Here is a complete look at Stanford's Pac-10 All-Academic football selections:

First Team

DL Craig Albrecht (two-time First-Team selection), Sr.

OL Kirk Chambers, Jr.

DL Trey Freeman, Sr.

DL Louis Hobson, RJr.

RB Casey Moore, Sr.

DB Kevin Schimmelmann, RFr.

Second Team

OL Greg Schindler, Sr.

DL Babatunde Oshinowo Jr., RFr.

DL Will Svitek, RSo.

DB Leigh Torrence, RSo.

Honorable Mention

FL Greg Camarillo, RSo.

MLB Brian Gaffney, RJr.

OT Kwame Harris, Jr.

C Tom Kolich, Sr.

QB Kyle Matter, RFr.

WR Nick Sebes, RSo.

TE Alex Smith, RSo.

FL Ryan Wells, Sr.

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