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All-Americans (26 overall)

Mar 23, 2020

 

 FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICANS
AP - Associated Press, BA – Basketball America, BT - Basketball Times, BW- Basketball Weekly, FS – FoxSports.com, INS – International News Service, JW - John Wooden, NABC - National Association of Basketball Coaches, TSN - The Sporting News, CHI - College Hoops Insider, AR – Adolph F. Rupp, CHNT - CollegeHoops.net

Harlow Rothert, G – 1929
Hank Luisetti, F – 1936, 1937, 1938
Don Burness, F – 1942
Jim Pollard, G – 1942
Brevin Knight, G – 1997 (TSN)
Mark Madsen, F – 1999 (CHI)
Casey Jacobsen, G/F – 2001 (AP, TSN, JW, USBWA)
Josh Childress, F – 2004 (AP, SI, NABC, BT, JW, FS, AR)

SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICANS
AP - Associated Press, BA – Basketball America, BT - Basketball Times, BW- Basketball Weekly, FS – FoxSports.com, INS – International News Service, JW - John Wooden, NABC - National Association of Basketball Coaches, TSN - The Sporting News, CHI - College Hoops Insider, AR – Adolph F. Rupp, CHNT - CollegeHoops.net

Art Stoefen, C – 1938
Paul Neumann, G – 1959
Tom Dose, C – 1963, 1964
Todd Lichti, G – 1989 (AP)
Adam Keefe, F – 1992 (AP, BW)
Brevin Knight, G – 1997 (AP, BW, JW, NABC)
Mark Madsen, F – 2000 (NABC, JW)
Jarron Collins, F – 2001 (JW)
Casey Jacobsen, G/F – 2001 (ESPN.com, NABC, BT)
Casey Jacobsen, G/F – 2002 (AP, USBWA)
Josh Childress, F – 2004 (USBWA)
Brook Lopez, F – 2008 (CHNT)

THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICANS
AP - Associated Press, BA – Basketball America, BT - Basketball Times, BW- Basketball Weekly, FS – FoxSports.com, INS – International News Service, JW - John Wooden, NABC - National Association of Basketball Coaches, TSN - The Sporting News, CHI - College Hoops Insider, AR – Adolph F. Rupp, CHNT - CollegeHoops.net

George Yardley, F – 1950
John Arrillaga, G – 1960
Claude Terry, G – 1972
Rich Kelley, C – 1975
Adam Keefe, F – 1992 (BT, NABC)
Brevin Knight, G – 1997 (BT)
Mark Madsen, F – 1999 (NABC), 2000 (AP)
Jason Collins, C – 2001 (NABC)
Josh Childress, F – 2004 (ESPN.com)
Brook Lopez, F – 2008 (AP)

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS
AP - Associated Press, BA – Basketball America, BT - Basketball Times, BW- Basketball Weekly, FS – FoxSports.com, INS – International News Service, JW - John Wooden, NABC - National Association of Basketball Coaches, TSN - The Sporting News, CHI - College Hoops Insider, AR – Adolph F. Rupp, CHNT - CollegeHoops.net

George Selleck – 1954 (United Press International), 1956 (INS)
Keith Jones, G – 1983 (AP), 1984 (AP)
John Revelli, F – 1983 (TSN), 1984 (AP)
Todd Lichti, G – 1988 (United Press International)
Adam Keefe, C – 1991 (AP)
Brevin Knight, G – 1996 (AP, BW)
Arthur Lee, G – 1999 (AP)
Mark Madsen, F – 1999 (AP)
Jarron Collins, F – 2001 (AP, TSN)
Jason Collins, C – 2001 (AP)
Curtis Borchardt, C – 2002 (AP, BA)
Chasson Randle, G – 2015 (AP) 

 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

Gary Petersmeyer, Forward, 1968 (Second Team)
Ed Schweitzer, Forward, 1976 (Second Team)
Mike Bratz, Guard, 1977 (Second Team)
Wolfe Perry, Guard, 1978 (Honorable Mention)
Kimberly Belton, Forward, 1980 (Second Team)
Brian Welch, Forward, 1981 (Third Team)
Brian Welch, Forward, 1982 (Honorable Mention)
Novian Whitsitt, Guard, 1986 (Honorable Mention)
Kenny Ammann, Guard, 1990 (Third Team)
Mark Madsen, Forward, 2000 (First Team)
Dan Grunfeld, Guard, 2005 (Second Team)
Dan Grunfeld, Guard, 2006 (First Team)
Chasson Randle, Guard, 2015 (First Team)
Oscar da Silva, Forward, 2021 (Second Team)

Harlow Rothert (1927-30)
Gained fame for Stanford when he was named the school's first All-American in 1929 … only athlete in Stanford history to claim All-America honors in three major sports: basketball, football and track and field … won nine letters in three sports overall … became Stanford's first basketball All-American and was a two-time team captain … in track, he was a world record holder in the shot put and won the NCAA title from 1928-30 … silver medalist at the 1932 Olympic Games … in 1978, Stanford named him one of the five greatest athletes in the university's history … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

Hank Luisetti (1935-38)
Revolutionized the game with his one-handed shot, scoring 1,291 points during an illustrious three-year career … perhaps the greatest basketball player in school history, was a three-time consensus All-American and two-time College Player of the Year … the first player to shoot one-handed and on the run, and the first to dribble and pass behind his back … averaged 14.3 points per game as a sophomore, 15.2 as a junior and 19.4 as a senior … led Stanford to three straight PCC championships from 1936-38 … scored a school-record 50 points as Stanford defeated Duquesne 92-27 on Jan. 1, 1938 … member of the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame and the Citizens Savings (formerly Helms) Foundation Basketball Hall of Fame … his No. 7 jersey is retired, the only player to have such an honor in Stanford basketball history … while serving in the Navy in 1944, suffered from spinal meningitis and although he recovered, doctors told him he would never play basketball again … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

Art Stoefen (1935-38)
Gained second-team All-America honors following the 1937-38 season … nicknamed "Storke", he was considered one of the great centers to play at Stanford … during his senior season, was the team's third-leading scorer … playing alongside fellow All-American Hank Luisetti, helped lead Stanford to a 68-11 record during his three seasons of varsity play … reporters at the time noted he was the "giant" of the regulars at 6-4.5 and repeatedly called upon to battle players considerably bigger, in both height and weight … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

Don Burness (1941-42)
1942 first-team All-American … member of the 1942 NCAA championship team, playing forward and serving as co-captain … also competed during the 1941 campaign, leading Stanford to a 49-9 record during his career … All-Pacific Coast Conference selection during the 1940-41 campaign … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

Jim Pollard (1942)
Despite not playing in the 1942 NCAA Tournament championship game because of the flu, was still the tournament's leading scorer with 43 points … member of the National Basketball Hall of Fame … 1942 first-team All-American … scored a tournament-high 26 points in Stanford's 53-47 opening-round NCAA Tournament victory over Rice on Mar. 20, 1942 … poured in 17 points the following night in a 46-35 victory over Colorado … led Stanford in scoring during the 1941-42 season at 10.5 points per game in 23 contests … joined the NCAA championship team after being a member of the 1940-41 freshman squad … later played professional basketball with the Minneapolis Lakers from 1947-55, where he averaged 13.1 points per game and was a four-time NBA All-Star … nicknamed "The Kangaroo Kid" because of his extraordinary leaping ability, when it was reported that he could touch the top of the backboard and dunk from the foul line … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

George Yardley (1947-50)
Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame … third-team All-American during his senior season in 1950 … as a senior, led Cardinal in scoring with 423 points, averaging 16.9 points per game … was a walk-on and never did receive a scholarship … played three years of AAU basketball with Stewart Chevrolet and at the Los Alamitos Naval Air Base … enjoyed a highly-productive NBA career, earning All-Star honors six times while playing for three different clubs … NBA's top scorer during the 1957-58 season (27.8 points per game) and was the first player in league history to top 2,000 points in one season … first NBA rookie to stage a contract holdout. After rejecting a $6,000 offer by the Ft. Wayne Pistons, he eventually signed once the Pistons upped the offer to $9,600 (more than double the average rookie salary) and tossed in a $1,500 signing bonus in 1953 … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

George Selleck (1953-56)
Two-time honorable mention All-American, earning recognition by United Press International (UPI) in 1954 and 1956, along with International News Service (INS) in 1956 … played in 71 career games during three seasons (1953-56) … team captain and leading scorer with 16.0 points per game during his senior season … named an All-PCC selection during his senior season … averaged 13.8 points and 4.2 rebounds per game during his career … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

Paul Neumann (1956-59)
Gained All-America honors not only with his offensive skills, but also his defensive play … earned All-America accolades during his senior season in 1958-59 while also serving as co-captain … averaged 16.2 points per game (third-best in the PCC) and also gained all-conference honors as a senior … notched a single-season free-throw percentage of 85.0 percent (second in the conference) in his senior season … career free throw percentage stands at 81.1 (355-438), ranking 10th in school history … played six total seasons in the NBA, seeing court time as a member of the Syracuse Nationals, Philadelphia 76ers and San Francisco Warriors … later became an assistant coach for two years under head coach Howie Dallmar … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

John Arrillaga (1957-60)
Third-team All-American and a first-team All-Pac-8 honoree during his senior season (1959-60) … served as team captain in 1959-60, averaging a team-high 14.2 points along with 4.2 rebounds per game while shooting 40.5 percent from the field and 77.1 percent from the foul line … playing both the guard and forward positions, averaged double-figure scoring in all three years, wrapping up his career with a 12.2 points per game average … at the time he completed his eligibility, ranked ninth in the school record books with 894 career points … long-time benefactor of Stanford athletics, as the school's primary athletic department building and basketball/volleyball practice facility and weight room bear the Arrillaga Family name … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

Tom Dose (1961-64)
Two-time All-American (1963, 1964), three-year starter and one of the best centers in school history … led Stanford to the AAWU championship during the 1962-63 season … despite playing only three seasons, ranks 15th all-time among Stanford's leading scorers … averaged 19.2 points per game during his career, ranking second-best in school history … pulled down 755 career rebounds, good for a 10.1 average per game that ranks second-best all-time … averaged 20.8 ppg during his junior season, seventh-best for a single season in the Cardinal record book … during his senior season, averaged 20.0 points and 9.0 rebounds per game while making 50.7 percent from the field and 82.5 percent from the charity stripe in 24 games … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

Claude Terry (1969-72)
A deadly shooter with unlimited range, his career scoring average of 20.6 points per game remains a school record … scored 1,566 points in his three-year career, ranking 10th in school history … averaged 21.2 points per game during his senior season to gain third-team All-America honors in 1972 … received All-Pac-8 honors during his senior campaign … his 41 points against Oregon State during his junior year represents the fifth-best single-game scoring total in Stanford history … sank 599 career field goals, ranking fifth all-time at Stanford … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

Rich Kelley (1972-75)
First 7-footer to play at Stanford … in 1974-75, snagged the conference title in rebounding (11.5 rpg) and free throw percentage (.832) … career rebounding average of 12.4 boards per game stands as a school record … grabbed 944 rebounds in his three-year career, fourth-best all-time at Stanford … his 27 rebounds against Kentucky on Dec. 22, 1973 represents a school record … averaged a school-record 13.2 rebounds per game in his sophomore campaign … rebound average of 11.5 per game in 1974-75 was a league best … averaged 18.6 ppg for his career, ranking tied for fourth all-time … three-time all-conference selection … excellent free throw shooter, shooting a league-best 83 percent from the charity stripe as a senior … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

Keith Jones (1980-84)
Two-time Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American (1983, 1984) … averaged 16.3 points per game while shooting 51.9 percent from his guard position over four seasons on The Farm (1981-84) … two-time All-Pac-10 First Team selection (1983, 1984) … led the conference in scoring (20.0 ppg) as a senior … poured in a team-high 19.8 ppg as a junior … well represented in the school record book, ranking 13th in points (1,516), ninth in scoring average (16.3), eighth in field goals (559), 10th in free throws (398) and eighth in steals (128) … scored a career-high 36 points against Arizona during his junior season … selected in the sixth round of the 1984 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers.

John Revelli (1980-84)
Shot a school-record 67.1 percent from the floor in 1982-83 during his junior season ... shot 60 percent or better in three of his four seasons on The Farm … career field goal percentage of 59.1 ranks third-best in school history … 1984 Honorable Mention All-American by Associated Press during his senior season … two-time All-Pac-10 selection … 1980-81 Pac-10 Freshman of the Year … Stanford's ninth-best all-time leading scorer with 1,592 points … 798 rebounds rank ninth-best in school history … selected by the Los Angeles Lakers in the fourth round of the NBA Draft following his senior season … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

Todd Lichti (1985-89)
Helped pioneer Stanford's national rise to basketball prominence … ranks second all-time in career scoring (2,336 points), holding the record until 2015 … named to three All-America teams during his illustrious career … four-time All-Pac-10 player, one of only four players to achieve such a feat … led Stanford to the 1989 NCAA Tournament, the school's first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1942 … scored in double figures in 121 of 124 games played … connected on 41 straight free throws during the Pac-10 season in 1988-89 … notched an 18-for-18 free throw performance against UC Santa Barbara on Dec. 28, 1987 … career free throw percentage of .840 ranks fifth-best in school history … career scoring average of 18.8 ppg ranks third in school history … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

Adam Keefe (1988-92)
One of six players in school history to be named all-conference three times … Stanford's all-time leading rebounder (1,119) and third-highest scorer (2,319) … named to six All-America teams, five during his senior season … three-time All-Pac-10 selection … led Stanford to two NCAA Tournament berths and two NIT appearances, including the 1991 NIT championship … 1991 NIT Most Valuable Player … averaged a school-record 25.3 ppg during his senior season … career scoring average of 18.6 ppg is fourth-best in school history … second all-time at Stanford in career field goal percentage (.594) … led the Pac-10 in rebounding three seasons … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

Brevin Knight (1993-97)
Recognized as the best point guard in school history … named First Team All-American as a senior … three-time All-Pac-10 selection … led the Pac-10 twice in steals and assists … played in 115 games, making 114 starts … holds career school records for assists (780) and steals (298) … Stanford's fifth-best all-time leading scorer (1,714 points) … ranks 1-2-3-4 in single season steals in Cardinal history … led Stanford to three NCAA Tournament berths and one NIT appearance … member of Stanford Hall of Fame.

Arthur Lee (1995-99)
Named Honorable Mention All-American by Associated Press as a senior … also during his senior season, named All Pac-10, NABC District-14, USBWA District-9, and USBWA All-West … first Stanford basketball player to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated (college basketball issue, Nov. 23, 1998) … career free throw percentage of .867 ranks third all-time in Stanford history … led the Pac-10 in free throw percentage shooting during his junior and senior seasons … during NCAA Tournament play, hit a string of 46 straight free throws … played in 126 games, including 79 in a row as a starter … scored 13 of Stanford's final 17 points over the final 2:05 of an NCAA Tournament Regional Final victory against Rhode Island, leading the Cardinal to the NCAA Final Four.

Mark Madsen (1995-00)
Named to five All-America teams during his prestigious career … during his senior season, voted second team All-America by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and on the John Wooden team, and Third Team All-America by Associated Press … voted first team All-American by College Hoops Insider, third team All-American by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), and honorable mention All-American by Associated Press during his junior campaign … during his senior season, also named a Pac-10 first team selection, NABC All-District-14 first team, and a candidate for the Naismith, and Chip Hilton Awards … during his junior season, named first team All Pac-10, All District-14 by the NABC, All District-9 by the USBWA, All-West by Basketball Times, and All Pac-10 Academic … finalist during his junior season for the John Wooden Award … nominated for the 1999 NCAA Outstanding Sportsperson of the Year Award … first team CoSida Academic first team selection, and a two-time Pac-10 All-Academic choice … winner of an NCAA Postgraduate scholarship … named to the executive council of the NABC Student Basketball Council, organized to address issues affecting NCAA basketball student-athletes.

Jarron Collins (1997-01)
Two-time All-American … named Honorable Mention All-America by the Associated Press and The Sporting News during his senior season … named to the 10-member John Wooden All-America team during his senior season … 2001 finalist for the Naismith Player of the Year Award … during his senior season, named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District-14 first team, a first team All-Pac-10 selection, and co-winner of the Howie Dallmar Coaches Award … averaged 12.8 points and 6.7 rebounds per game during his senior year … helped Stanford chalk up a 114-19 record, three Pac-10 titles, four trips to the NCAA Tournament, and a trip to the 1998 Final Four … played in 129 games at Stanford, and is one of 12 players in school history to score at least 1,000 points (1,081) and grab 700 or more rebounds (706).

Jason Collins (1997-01)
Finished his career as the school's career leader in field goal percentage (.608) … named a Third Team All-American by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) … earned Honorable Mention All-America accolades by Associated Press … named NABC All District-14 first team … tabbed to the first team on the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) District-9 squad … Pete Newell NABC Big Man of the Year … co-captain during his senior year along with Ryan Mendez … enjoyed his best game in a Cardinal uniform with a career-high 33 points (13-for-14 from the floor, 4-for-5 from three-point territory) along with five assists and four steals against Washington during his senior season … became the second Stanford basketball player in school history to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated.

Curtis Borchardt (1999-02)
Skilled as both a shot blocker and rebounder, leading the Pac-10 in both categories during his junior year … collected 146 blocks in 66 career games, fourth all-time in school history … tallied a school-record 85 blocks during the 2001-02 season, also tops in the Pac-10 … became the first Stanford player to lead the league in blocked shots … during his junior season, averaged 16.9 points and 11.4 rebounds per game (ranking first in the Pac-10) … at 11.4 rebounds per game, became the 14th player in school history to have averaged double figures in rebounds for a season … named an Honorable Mention All-American by Associated Press and Basketball America during his junior season (2001-02) … during the 2001-02 season, named first team All Pac-10, NABC District-14, and All Pac-10 Academic.

Casey Jacobsen (1999-02)
Ended his three-year career with 1,723 points, fourth-best all-time at Stanford … named a First Team All-American four times during his sophomore season (Associated Press, The Sporting News, the John Wooden team, and the United States Basketball Writers Association) … became the first player in Stanford basketball history to be named a First Team All-American by the Associated Press … during his sophomore season, was also named a Second Team All-American by ESPN.com, the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and Basketball Times … named Player of the Year on the USBWA All District-9 team and selected to the NABC All District-14 first team for a second straight season in 2001 … during his junior season, averaged a Pac-10 leading 21.9 ppg … became Stanford's first conference scoring champion since Keith Jones in 1983-84 … scored 49 points against Arizona State at Maples Pavilion in 2001-02, falling just one point shy of Hank Luisetti's school record … three-time All-Pac-10 selection … as a junior, named Second Team All-American by Associated Press and the USBWA … named third team All-American by Basketball News, and fourth team All-American by Basketball America … during the 1999-00 season, named Pac-10 Co-Freshman of the Year, The Sporting News Freshman of the Year, and Basketball Times All-Freshman First Team All-America.

Josh Childress (2001-04)
First player in school history to be named Pac-10 Player of the Year, earning the honor In 2004 … helped lead Stanford to a 74-21 record, three NCAA Tournament appearances and a Pac-10 title (2004) during his three years on The Farm … finished his Stanford career with 1,061 points … named to nine All-America teams during his junior season (2003-04) at Stanford … during the 2003-04 campaign, was named First Team All-American by the Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, John R. Wooden, National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), Basketball Times, Adolph F. Rupp and FoxSports.com … finalist for the Adolph F. Rupp, Naismith and John R. Wooden National Player of the Year Awards in 2003-04 … 2004 Pac-10 Tournament MVP … during his final year at Stanford, averaged team-high totals In scoring (15.7) and rebounding (7.5) … scored career-high 36 points against USC during the 2003-04 season … left Stanford after his junior year to enter the NBA Draft and was taken in the first round (sixth overall) by the Atlanta Hawks.

Brook Lopez (2006-08)
Earned All-America honors as a sophomore, leading the Cardinal to a 28-8 overall record and a NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 appearance … in two seasons on The Farm, averaged 16.0 points and 7.1 rebounds per game while tallying 101 blocked shots and shooting 48.0 percent from the field in 53 games … scored in double-figures in 41 of those contests … as a freshman, averaged 12.6 points and 6.0 rebounds per game while earning All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention accolades and All-Pac-10 Freshman Team honors … also in his rookie season, notched a triple-double against USC with 18 points, 11 rebounds and a single-game school-record 12 blocks … enjoyed breakthrough sophomore season, earning third team All-America honors by the Associated Press as he became the first Cardinal player to receive such recognition since Josh Childress in 2004 … 2007-08 USBWA All-District selection … 2007-08 All-Pac-10 First Team honoree … 2007-08 All-Pac-10 Defensive Team Honorable Mention … as a sophomore, averaged 19.3 points and 8.2 rebounds (both team-highs) while shooting 46.8-percent from the field and 78.9-percent from the foul line in 27 games … scored career-best 31 points on 11-17 shooting with 13 rebounds in 36 minutes in a victory at Washington on Jan. 31, 2008.

Chasson Randle (2011-15)
Scored 2,375 career points to pass previous record holder Todd Lichti as the school's all-time leading scorer while ranking third all-time in conference history ... guided Stanford to only its fifth NCAA Sweet 16 appearance (2014) and two Postseason NIT championships (2012, 2015) ... also established school records in three-point field goals (304), three-point field goals attempted (787), field goals attempted (1,775), games played (144), games started (142) and minutes played (4,791) ... Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American as a senior, averaging a team-best 19.6 points while shooting 40.3 percent overall and ranking 19th in the country with an 87.7 percent clip from the foul line ... named the 2015 NIT's Most Outstanding Player, averaging 23.6 points over the tournament run ... as a senior, led Cardinal in assists (112) and steals (50) ... two-time All-Pac-12 First Team selection ... 2014-15 USBWA All-District pick ... 2014-15  Senior CLASS Award First Team All-American ... 2015 Academic All-America First Team selection ... three-time Pac-12 All-Academic recipient over his career, including the 2015 Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year.