RICHMOND, Va. – A total of 22 student-athletes from Stanford men's swimming and diving earned CSCAA Scholar All-America honors, the coaches' association announced on Tuesday.
The 22 honorees are the second-most of any team in the country – including both men's and women's teams. Student-athletes earn CSCAA Scholar All-America honors by having a minimum 3.50 GPA and having participated at the national championships. In order to earn honorable mention honors, they must have a minimum 3.50 GPA and achieved either a "B" standard or participated at a diving zone qualification meet.
Stanford concluded the second under the Goldman Family Director of Men's Swimming, Dan Schemmel, this past season by placing 15th at the NCAA Championships, and second at the Pac-12 Championships.
Cardinal swimmers and divers to be named CSCAA Scholar All-Americans are: Jonathan Affeld (Undeclared), Shane Blinkman (Mechanical Engineering), Alex Boratto* (Economics), Johannes Calloni (International Relations), Conor Casey (Mathematic and Computational Sciences), Jon Cook* (Energy Resources Engineering), Ethan Dang* (Undeclared), Preston Forst (Undeclared), Hunter Hollenbeck* (Undeclared), Ethan Hu (Undeclared), Alex Liang (Economics), Leon MacAlister* (Economics), David Madej* (Management, Science & Engineering), Andrew Matejka* (Economics & History), Luke Maurer (Undeclared), Rick Mihm* (Undeclared), Daniel Roy (Engineering), Neel Roy* (Engineering), Grant Shoults (Human Biology), True Sweetser (History), William Tarvestad* (Human Biology) and Noah Vigran (Economics)
*Denotes Honorable Mention