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USC’s Cockrell, Washington’s Stanovsek named Pac-12 Monitor & Discipline prime scholar-athletes

LOS ANGELES – USC’s Anna Cockrell and WASHINGTON’s Mick Stanovsek have been named the 2021 Pac-12 Girls’s and Males’s Monitor & Discipline Scholar-Athletes of the Yr, the league workplace introduced Sunday previous to the beginning of the ultimate day on the Convention Championships. The award, which is offered in every of the 24 sports activities the Pac-12 sponsors, was established to honor collegiate student-athletes who’re standouts each academically and of their sports activities self-discipline.

Presently pursuing her grasp’s in public coverage, Cockrell completed her undergraduate research in political science and communication with a 3.98 GPA. The defending NCAA champion and two-time defending Pac-12 champion within the 400 hurdles, Cockrell will go for her third consecutive Convention title within the occasion tonight at 5 p.m. PT and also will be within the last of the 100 hurdles at 3:50 p.m. PT. She ranks third on USC’s all-time record in each the 100 and 400 hurdles and has additionally been part of three of the Girls of Troy’s 10 quickest 4×400 relays all-time. Cockrell, a Dean’s Record scholar and the founding father of the United Black Scholar-Athlete Affiliation at USC, was named the 2020 CoSIDA Educational All-America Girls’s Group Member of the Yr for Monitor & Discipline.

Stanovsek, who graduated along with his bachelor’s in cinema and media research and a 3.85 GPA, is at the moment engaged on his grasp’s in jurisprudence. The 2020 NCAA Indoor Monitor & Discipline Elite 90 Award winner and CoSIDA First Group Educational All-American, is an eight-time All-American on the observe and two-time NCAA Outside Championships finalist within the 1,500 (2018, 2019). His 1,500 PR of three:39.49 is the third-fastest in program historical past and he’s additionally the No. 3 miler in Husky historical past at 3:57.88. Stanovsek is on this afternoon’s last of the 1,500 at 3:20 p.m. PT and can also be within the last of the 800 at 4:30 p.m. PT.

With a view to be eligible for the Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Yr award, student-athletes should be a senior (in athletics eligibility), on observe to obtain a level, have a cumulative grade-point common of three.0 or increased, take part in not less than 50 % of the scheduled contests within the sport and have a minimal one yr in residence on the establishment. Every Pac-12 establishment might nominate one particular person per sport, and the winners are chosen by a committee of Pac-12 workers members on the conclusion of every sport’s common season. The athletics accomplishments of the nominees are a consideration in voting for the award.

A Scholar-Athlete of the Yr is called in every of the Pac-12’s 24 sponsored sports activities: baseball, males’s basketball, girls’s basketball, seaside volleyball, males’s cross nation, girls’s cross nation, soccer, males’s golf, girls’s golf, girls’s gymnastics, girls’s lacrosse, males’s rowing, girls’s rowing, males’s soccer, girls’s soccer, softball, males’s swimming & diving, girls’s swimming & diving, males’s tennis, girls’s tennis, males’s observe & subject, girls’s observe & subject, girls’s volleyball, and wrestling. The award was first established through the 2008-09 educational yr.

Males – Isaac Desjarlais, ARIZONA; Ben Harper, CALIFORNIA; Caleb Penner, COLORADO; James West, OREGON; Alek Parsons, STANFORD; Matthew Katnik, USC.
Girls – Karla Teran, ARIZONA; Brie Oakley, CALIFORNIA; Sage Hurta, COLORADO; Rhesa Foster, OREGON; Lindsay McShane, OREGON STATE; Ella Donaghu, STANFORD; Paige Carter, UCLA; Poppy Tank, UTAH; Katie Rainsberger, WASHINGTON      

Pac-12 Monitor & Discipline Scholar-Athletes of the Yr
2020-21: Mick Stanovsek, WASH; Anna Cockrell, USC
2019-20: N/A
2018-19: Harrison Williams, STAN; Kaitlyn Benner, COLO
2017-18: Ben Saarel, COLO; Alyssa Thompson, ARIZ
2016-17: CJ Albertson, ASU; Keyasia Tibbs, ASU
2015-16: Justin Brinkley, STAN; Jaide Stepter, USC
2014-15: Luke Lefebure, STAN; Jessica Tonn, STAN
2013-14: Lawi Lalang, ARIZ; Laura Roesler, ORE
2012-13: Nick Happe, ASU; Jordan Hasay, ORE
2011-12: Chris Derrick, STAN; Brianne Thiesen, ORE
2010-11: Elliott Heath, STAN; Katie Niehaus, STAN
2009-10: Ryan Whiting, ASU; Kaisha Baker, ORE
2008-09: Galen Rupp, ORE; Sarah Stevens, ASU
2007-08: Russell Brown, STAN; April Kubishta, ASU

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