Men's Swimming & Diving

Scholar All-America Teams

STANFORD, Calif. - Both Stanford men's and women's swimming and diving programs were selected as Scholar All-America teams by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) on Tuesday. 

The Stanford women were second in the nation with a collective grade-point average of 3.73 -- only Indiana State finished with a better GPA at 3.75. The Cardinal women won their third straight NCAA title in March after an undefeated regular season and third straight Pac-12 title. All 16 eligible Cardinal were named Pac-12 All-Academic, senior Ella Eastin was the Pac-12 Scholar of the Year and a second team Academic All-American, while senior Kim Williams earned an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.

The Cardinal men led the Pac-12 with a league-leading GPA of 3.43. This season, Abrahm DeVine became the first Stanford swimmer since Tom Wilkens (1997-98) to capture consecutive 400-yard individual medley titles, while five members (DeVine, Grant ShoultsTrue Sweetser, LeVant and Daniel Roy) were named to Team USA for the 2018-19 season, and all 20 student-athletes who were eligible for Pac-12 All-Academic honors earned the recognition.

Individual Scholar All-Americans will be named next week. 

Both programs will have representatives at the World University Games, which begin July 3 in Naples, Italy.