Clemens, Tousek Named Pac-10 Conference Medal Winners
June 2, 2004
WALNUT CREEK, Calif.-UCLA men's tennis player Tobias Clemens and women's gymnast Yvonne Tousek were selected as 2003-04 Pacific-10 Conference Medal winners, announced Wednesday by Commissioner Tom Hansen.
Clemens (Bonn, Germany) holds the school record for singles victories with 119, playing three seasons at the No. 1 position. He is a three-time All-American and two-time All-District VIII Academic selection. He recently led the Bruins to a runner-up finish at the NCAA Championships. Clemens has been ranked in the top-10 nationally for much of his career.
Tousek (Cambridge, Ontario) finished her UCLA career with three NCAA team titles, the 2001 NCAA uneven bars championship and nine All-America honors. She was a three-time Pac-10 All-Academic selection and a NACGC Scholastic All-American in 2003. Tousek, a two-time Olympian, scored two perfect 10s in her UCLA career.
A Conference Medal is awarded annually to each member institution's outstanding senior male and female student-athlete based on the exhibition of the greatest combination of performance and achievement in scholarship, athletics and leadership.
The Conference Medal winners will be honored at the State Farm Pride of the Pac-10Luncheon held in Los Angeles in conjunction with the Pac-10 Men's Basketball Tournamentnext March.
2003-04 Pacific-10 Conference Medal Winners
Arizona: Chris Nallen, Golf - Wendy Allen, Softball
Arizona State: Nick Brunelli, Swimming - Phelan Wright, Softball
California: Attila Banhidy, Water Polo - Natalie Coughlin, Swimming
Oregon: Luke Jackson, Basketball - Jennifer Poore, Softball
Oregon State: Jed Pennell, Wrestling - Brite Steven, Swimming
Stanford: Dan Gill, Gymnastics - Tara Kirk, Swimming
UCLA: Tobias Clemens, Tennis - Yvonne Tousek, Gymnastics
USC: Ruben Torres, Tennis - Kelly Graff, Water Polo
Washington: Brock Mackenzie, Golf - Giuliana Mendiola, Basketball
Washington State: Tim Gehring, Track & Field - Nicole Wilcox, Soccer