Men's Basketball

March 31, 2011

Hoops Notebook: Calm Before the Storm

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By The Daily Axe Staff
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Jeanette Pohlen Drives Past Doreena Campbell

Pohlen earned two more individual awards in the past several days. (Image by Han Shot First via Flickr)

With the women off until resuming tournament play on Sunday, the men in hibernation, and the football team still just over a week away from their Spring Game, here are some tidbits to tide you over until the games actually start.

  • Three Stanford players–Jeanette Pohlen, Nneka Ogwumike, and Kayla Pedersen–were named All-Americans on Tuesday. Pohlen made the First Team, Ogwumike made the second team, and Pedersen was listed as an honorable mention.
  • Three members of the men’s team were named to the PAC-10 All-Academic teams on Monday. Jack Trotter (1st Team), Josh Owens (2nd Team), and Andrew Zimmerman (Honorable Mention) all got the nod.
  • The women’s All-Academic awards from the conference came down from Walnut Creek last weekend and got lost in the news of NCAA tournament results. Pedersen got a spot on the 1st Team, while Nneka Ogwumike, Sarah Boothe, Melanie Murphy, Lindy La Rocque, Pohlen, and Mikaela Ruef were all honorable mentions.
  • Stanford assistant Kate Paye tweeted a photo of Pohlen hugging the Maples hardwood after the team’s final practice of the year on the Farm.

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