The Pac-12 Networks will showcase an outstanding male and female senior student-athlete from each school in a special program Tuesday at 8 p.m. MDT.
The 24 Tom Hansen Conference Medal Winners come from a cross-section of sports and include three athletes from Skyline High School - Colorado runner Shalaya Kipp, Utah gymnast Mary Beth Lofgren and Utah tennis player Ben Tasevac.
Here's the rest of the list:
Arizona - Lawi Lalang, cross country/track and field; Margo Geer, swimming and diving.
Arizona State - Cory Hahn, baseball; Stephanie Preach, volleyball.
California - Brandon Hagy, golf; Alicia Asturias, gymnastics.
Colorado - Andreas Haug, skiing; Shalaya Kipp, cross country/track and field.
Oregon - Robin Cambier, tennis; Laura Roesler, track and field.
Oregon State - Josh Smith, soccer ;Jenna Richardson, soccer.
Stanford - Trent Murphy, football; Chiney Ogwumike, basketball.
UCLA - Joe Sofia, soccer; Anna Senko, swimming and diving.
USC - Devon Kennard, football; Natalie Hagglund, volleyball.
Utah - Ben Tasevac, tennis; Mary Beth Lofgren, gymnastics.
Washington - Sam Dommer, rowing; Kaitlin Inglesby, softball.
Washington State - Deone Bucannon, football; Micaela Castain, soccer.
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