Bootleg honor roll finalists

In an annual tradition here at The Bootleg, we are proud to announce the 30 finalists for The Bootleg Honor Roll for the 2010/2011 academic year.

The criteria are as follows:

"Each academic year, The Bootleg's Honor Roll will recognize the top ten Stanford student- athletes who have performed at an exceptional level, with athletic accomplishments that are both extraordinary and inspirational. While achieving athletic success, these athletes should also have displayed uncommon leadership, sportsmanship and respect towards their fellow teammates and opponents. Finally, these honorees' performances and actions should also demonstrate their love for their particular sport as well as their school pride, the famed "Spirit of Stanford."

Here are this year's 30 nominees, listed alphabetically by gender and sport:

Men:
1. Cross-country/track, Chris Derrick
2. Cross-country/track, Elliot Heath
3. Cross-country/track, Miles Unterreiner
4. Football, Chase Beeler
5. Football, Andrew Luck
6. Football, Owen Marecic
7. Gymnastics, Alex Buscaglia
8. Gymnastics, Tim Gentry
9. Soccer, Bobby Warshaw
10. Swimming, Austin Stabb
11. Volleyball, Erik Shoji
12. Volleyball, Brad Lawson
13. Wrestling, Nick Amuchastegui

Women:
14. Basketball, Kayla Pedersen
15. Basketball, Jeanette Pohlen
16. Basketball, Nnemkadi Ogwumike
17. Cross-country/track, Kathy Kroeger
18. Cross-country/track, Stephanie Marcy
19. Field hockey, Xanthe Travlos
20. Lacrosse, Leslie Foard
21. Soccer, Teresa Noyola
22. Soccer, Christen Press
23. Softball, Ashley Hansen
24. Swimming, Kate Dwelley
25. Tennis, Hilary Barte
26. Tennis, Nicole Gibbs
27. Volleyball, Alix Klineman
28. Volleyball, Cassidy Lichtman
29. Water polo, Annika Dries
30. Water polo, Melissa Seidemann


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