As the calendar flips to September, Stanford Athletics looked back at five Cardinal standouts who made the most of their summer experience.
The Stanford Athletics website features water polo’s BRET BONANNI, swimmer SIMONE MANUEL, women’s basketball forward ERICA MCCALL, golfer MAVERICK MCNEALY and track and field star and decathlete HARRISON WILLIAMS. Read the full story on gostanford.com.
At the FINA World Championships, SIMONE MANUEL collected a gold medal in the 400-meter mixed freestyle relay and the bronze medal in the 400-meter freestyle relay as a part of Team USA.
BRET BONANNI played for Team USA at the FINA World Championships, represented the United States at the World League Super Final in Bergamo, Italy, and helped direct Team USA to its sixth consecutive gold medal at the Pan American Games.
ERICA MCCALL, center, anchored Team USA to a gold medal at the World University Games.
This summer HARRISON WILLIAMS broke a 63-year-old school record in a runner-up finish at Pac-12 and claimed the gold medal at the Pan Am Junior Championships.
Last month, MAVERICK MCNEALY captured the 112th NCGA Amateur Match Play Championship at Spyglass Hill, in Pebble Beach, Calif. As one of five players selected to the United States Walker Cup team, he will head to England to compete Sept. 12 and 13.