Stanford Women's Tennis Visits the White House
July 27, 2005
Stanford, Calif. - Stanford Women's Tennis, the 2005 NCAA Champions, visited the White House on Champions Day on July 12. The Cardinal, along with 14 other NCAA Championship teams, met with President George W. Bush and toured the White House.
After arriving at the most famous residence in Washington D.C., the team was escorted to the State Floor and toured several of the historic White House rooms. President Bush joined the teams on the State Floor and posed for photos with each squad. At the conclusion of the photo session, each team was escorted to its seats on the White House's South Lawn. At the conclusion of President Bush's remarks, he posed with each individual team representative, who presented the President with a jersey or other item.
Stanford finished the 2005 campaign with a perfect 29-0 record en route to the school's 14th NCAA Championship. Head coach Lele Forood owns an impressive 138-3 record at the helm of the program and is a remarkable 29-1 in the postseason during her five-year tenure, with four titles and one runner-up finish.
Photo ID (from left to right): Theresa Logar, Jessica Leck, Kara Guzman, Joanna Kao, head coach Lele Forood, President George W. Bush, Amber Liu, Anne Yelsey, Whitney Deason, Alice Barnes, Erin Burdette