STANFORD, Calif. - Stanford was honored with 14 Women's Collegiate Gymnastics Association (WCGA) Scholastic All-Americans for the 2020-21 campaign, as announced on Wednesday.
The WCGA Scholastic All-America team acknowledges student-athletes who carry a 3.5 or higher cumulative grade point average or a 3.5 grade point average for 2020-21.
Additionally, the Cardinal boasted the nation's fourth-best GPA at 3.845, a total that led all Power Five schools.
Stanford was also well represented at the conference level, with eight student-athletes qualifying for the 2021 Pac-12 Winter Academic Honor Roll. Any student-athlete with a cumulative grade-point average of 3.30 or above who has served at least one year in residence is eligible for the recognition.
The Cardinal's academic success was even more impressive during an abbreviated 2021 campaign. Stanford improved its team score over five straight competitions, highlighted by season-high performances on vault, bars and floor on the way to producing a 195.175 score at Pac-12 Championships. The performance was especially satisfying considering Stanford had four of its meets canceled, competed short-handed on several events and started its regular season one month later than its conference peers.
2020-21 WCGA Scholastic All-Americans
|Jade Chrobok||Jr.||3.60||Human Biology|
|Grace Garcia||Graduate||3.79||Product Design|
|Eve Micco||Sr.||3.56||Management Science and Engineering|
|Kelly Ramm||Jr.||3.72||Human Biology|
|Wesley Stephenson||Sr.||3.40||Urban Studies|
|Addie Stonecipher||Jr.||3.90||Product Design|
|Sze En Tan||So.||4.05||Undeclared|
|Grace Waguespack||Sr.||3.61||Biomechanical Engineering|
|Chloe Widner||Jr.||3.53||Product Design|