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Honda Sports Award
Honda Sports Award
Awarded forTop female athletes in 12 different NCAA-sanctioned sports reflecting athletic achievement, scholastics and community involvement
CountryUnited States
Presented byCollegiate Women Sports Awards (starting in 2001)
First awarded1976
WebsiteOfficial website

The Honda Sports Award is an annual award in the United States, given to the best collegiate female athlete in each of twelve sports. There are four nominees for each sport, and the twelve winners of the Honda Sports Award are automatically in the running for the Honda-Broderick Cup award, as the Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. Three other athletes are honored as the Division II Athlete of the Year, Division III Athlete of the Year, and Inspiration Award winner.

Process

Winners are selected in each of the 12 NCAA-sanctioned sports by a panel of more than 1,000 NCAA administrators. Three other athletes are honored as the Division II Athlete of the Year, Division III Athlete of the Year, and Inspiration Award winner. Each woman is selected not only for her superior athletic skills, but also for her leadership abilities, academic excellence and eagerness to participate in community service.

At the end of the year, one deserving athlete will be chosen as the Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year and receive the coveted Honda-Broderick Cup. Past winners of this prestigious award include Jackie Joyner and Mia Hamm.

Honda has donated more than $3.4 million in grants and scholarships to the universities over the course of the program.[1]

History of the awards

The Awards were first created in 1976,[2] when Tom Broderick, an owner of an apparel store in Fergus, Ontario, decided to partner with Judie Holland, the senior women's administrator at UCLA[3] and Irv Grossman, a journalist, sports marketer and media consultant,[4] to create awards to recognize top female athletes at the collegiate level.[5]

The first awards were given in 1977, for Division I athletes, initially in ten sports and later expanded to 12 sports:

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Field Hockey
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Softball
  • Swimming & Diving
  • Tennis
  • Track & Field
  • Volleyball
  • Soccer (added in 1990)
  • Lacrosse (added in 2001)

Each of these awards was initially called the Broderick Award. In addition to an individual award for a recipient in each of the ten sports, an overall winner across all sports was selected, and that individual also received an award, called the Broderick Cup, representing the top female athlete in collegiate athletics.

Although athletics prowess was a major consideration in the selection process, the selection committee considered "not only athletic achievement but also the ideals of team contribution, scholastic endeavor, school and community involvement and those personal characteristics as stated in the philosophy of the NCAA".[5]

In 1985, American Honda agreed to become the main sponsor of the awards, so the name of the award was changed to the Honda-Broderick Award for each of the individual sports, and the Honda-Broderick Cup for the overall winner.[5]

In 1988, three new awards were created. Two awards recognize Division II and Division III athletes, respectively with a single award for each division covering all athletes in all of the designated sports.[6] The third award is the Inspiration Award, which goes to a female athlete who has had to overcome hardship. Nominees are provided by all NCAA sanctioned schools and the organization Board of Directors makes the final selection.[7]

Between 1995 and 2008 the organization also selected a recipient of an Award of Merit. The potential recipients were not collegiate athletes, but individuals and organization who contributed significantly to:

  • Public awareness and appreciation of women's collegiate athletics
  • Elevation of the status of women's collegiate sports on a national level[7]

This award was renamed the Irv Grossman Award of Merit in 2007, after his passing in 2006.

The recipients of this award have been:[8]

Award ceremony

Honda Sports Award announcement for the winners of the twelve sports are scheduled throughout the school year, following the completion of the post-season tournament. Other awards are presented as part of a two day event,[10] typically in late June of each year.

The Collegiate Women Sports Award (CWSA) partnered with ESPNU for the 2013 event,[11] and since 2014, have partnered with CBS to televise the announcement of the following awards:[12]

  • Honda Inspiration Award
  • Honda Division II Player of the Year
  • Honda Division III Player of the Year
  • "Top Three" finalists selected from the twelve award winners of each individual sport
  • Honda Cup for the overall Collegiate Woman of the Year

Since 2013, the annual event has been held at the USC Founders Club at Galen Center in Los Angeles.[11]

The 2020 award ceremony scheduled for June has been cancelled due to Covid-19.[13]

Pre-2000 Winners and nominees

For award winners and nominees prior to 2000, see Honda Sports Award pre 2000 winners and nominees

2000-01 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Jackie Stiles Southwest Missouri State Svetlana Abrosimova, Connecticut; Tamika Catchings, Tennessee; Ruth Riley, Notre Dame
Cross Country Kara Grgas-Wheeler Colorado Shalane Flanagan, North Carolina; Sabrina Monro, Montana; Erica Palmer, Wisconsin
Field Hockey Marina Digiacomo Old Dominion Traci Anselmo, Penn State; Kelli Gannon, Michigan; Carla Tagliente, Maryland
Golf Candy Hannemann Duke Natalie Gulbis, Arizona; Candie Kung, Arizona; Lorena Ochoa, Arizona
Gymnastics Mohini Bhardwaj UCLA Bridget Knaeble, Michigan; Suzanne Sears, Georgia; Onni Willis, UCLA
Lacrosse Jen Adams Maryland Quinn Carney, Maryland; Bowen Holden, Georgetown; Sheehan Stanwick, Georgetown
Soccer Meredith Florance North Carolina Meghan Anderson, Nebraska; Anne Makinen, Notre Dame; Tracey Milburn, UCLA; Christie Welsh, Penn State
Softball Jennie Finch Arizona Oli Keohohou, BYU/Hawaii; Kelly Kretschman, Alabama; Stacey Nuveman, UCLA
Swimming & Diving Misty Hyman Stanford Maggie Bowen, Auburn; Natalie Coughlin, California; Colleen Lanne', Texas
Tennis Laura Granville Stanford Bea Bielik, Wake Forest; Ansley Cargill, Duke; Michelle Dasso, Notre Dame
Track & Field Brenda Taylor Harvard Tracy O'Hara, UCLA; Christina Tolson, UCLA; Angela Williams, USC
Volleyball Greichaly Cepero Nebraska Kara Gormsen, University of the Pacific; Sherisa Livingston, Wisconsin; Logan Tom, Stanford

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Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Jackie Stiles Basketball Southwest Missouri State
Honda Inspiration Award winner Kendra Berner Swimming & Diving Davidson
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Jessica Martin Swimming & Diving Truman State
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Tasha Rogers Basketball Washington (St. Louis)

2001-02 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Sue Bird Connecticut Chantelle Anderson, Vanderbilt; Alana Beard, Duke; Diana Taurasi, Connecticut
Cross Country Tara Chaplin Arizona Lauren Fleshman, Stanford; Renee Metivier, Georgia Tech; Kristin Price, North Carolina State
Field Hockey Autumn Welsh Maryland Jemima Cameron, Wake Forest; Llvy Friebe, Princeton; Adrienne Yoder, Old Dominion
Golf Virada Nirapathpongpora Duke Danielle Downey, Auburn; Lorena Ochoa, Arizona; Summer Sirmons, Georgia
Gymnastics Andree' Pickens Alabama Jamie Dantzscher, UCLA; MaryAnne Kelley, Minnesota; Theresa Kulikowski, Utah
Lacrosse Erin Elbe Georgetown Rachel Becker, Princeton; Christine McPike, North Carolina; Jaimee Reynolds, Cornell
Soccer Aly Wagner Santa Clara Joanna Lohman, Penn State; Abby Wambach, Florida; Christie Welsh, Penn State
Softball Jennie Finch Arizona Stacey Nuveman, UCLA; Jamie Southern, Fresno State; Natasha Watley, UCLA
Swimming & Diving Natalie Coughlin California Maggie Bowen, Auburn; Maritza Correia, Georgia; Shelly Ripple, Stanford
Tennis Bea Bielik Wake Forest Erin Burdette, Stanford; Gabriela Lastra, Stanford; Jessica Lehnhoff, Florida
Track & Field Angela Williams USC Brianna Glenn, Arizona; Muna Lee, LSU; Melissa Price, Nebraska
Volleyball Logan Tom Logan Tom Emily Adams, USC; Aury Cruz, Florida; Kim Willoughby, Hawai'i

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Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Angela Williams USC Track & Field
Honda Inspiration Award winner Kristin Koetsier Basketball Western Michigan
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Nicole Duncan Track & Field Cal State (LA)
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Julia Bergofsky Field Hockey Middlebury

2002-03 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Diana Taurasi Connecticut Alana Beard, Duke; Nicole Ohlde, Kansas State; Latoya Thomas, Mississippi State
Cross Country Shalane Flanagan North Carolina Alicia Craig, Stanford; Lauren Fleshman, Stanford; Kate O'Neill, Yale
Field Hockey Tiffany Snow Old Dominion Marcie Boyer, New Hampshire; Llvy Friebe, Princeton; April Fronzoni, Michigan
Golf Mikaela Parmlid USC Erica Blasberg, Arizona; Katherine Hull, Pepperdine; Lindsey Wright, Pepperdine
Gymnastics Onni Willis UCLA Jamie Dantzscher, UCLA; Theresa Kulikowski, Utah; Richelle Simpson, Nebraska
Lacrosse Rachael Becker Princeton Lauren Aumiller, Virginia; Kelly Coppedge, Maryland; Suzanne Eyler, Loyola College
Soccer Christine Sinclair Portland Joanna Lohman, Penn State; Catherine Reddick, North Carolina; Aly Wagner, Santa Clara
Softball Natasha Watley UCLA Lovie Jung, Arizona; Cat Osterman, Texas; Kristen Rivera, Washington
Swimming & Diving Natalie Coughlin California Maggie Bowen, Auburn; Maritza Correia, Georgia; Shelly Ripple, Stanford
Tennis Vilmarie Castellvi Tennessee Agata Cioroch, Georgia; Amber Liu, Stanford; Kelly McCain, Duke
Track & Field Elva Goulbourne Auburn Laura Gerraughty, North Carolina; Muna Lee, LSU; Raasin McIntosh, Texas
Volleyball Logan Tom Stanford Emily Adams, USC; Aury Cruz, Florida; Kim Willoughby, Hawaii

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Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Natasha Watley Softball UCLA
Honda Inspiration Award winner Kristy McPherson Golf South Carolina
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Missy Gregg Soccer Christian Brothers
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Libby Hysell Softball Central

2003-04 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Diana Taurasi Connecticut Alana Beard, Duke; Nicole Ohlde, Kansas State; Nicole Powell, Stanford; Lindsay Whalen, Minnesota
Cross Country Shalane Flanagan North Carolina Sara Bei, Stanford; Michaela Mannova, Brigham Young; Kimberly Smith, Providence
Field Hockey Kelly Doton Wake Forest Mari Creatini, Northeastern; April Fronzoni, Michigan; Vanessa Immordino, Ohio State
Golf Sarah Huarte California Karin Sjodin, Oklahoma State; Susie Mathews, UCLA; Charlotte Mayorkas, UCLA
Gymnastics Jeana Rice Alabama Jeanette Antolin, UCLA; Melissa Vituj, Utah; Lindsay Wing, Stanford
Lacrosse Amy Appelt Virginia Kelly Coppedge, Maryland; Gail Decker, James Madison; Theresa Sherry, Princeton
Soccer Catherine Reddick North Carolina Joanna Lohman, Penn State; Nandi Pryce, UCLA; Lindsay Tarpley, North Carolina
Softball Jessica van der Linden Florida State Alicia Hollowell, Arizona; Lyhia McMichael, Mississippi State; Kristen Rivera, Washington
Swimming & Diving Tara Kirk Stanford Margaret Hoelzer, Auburn; Natalie Coughlin, California; Kaitlin Sandeno, USC
Tennis Amber Liu Stanford Megan Bradley, Miami; Julie Coin, Clemson; Jelena Pandzic, Fresno State
Track & Field Kim Smith Providence Hyleas Fountain, Georgia; Tiffany McWilliams, Mississippi State; Lauryn Williams, Miami
Volleyball April Ross USC Kele Eveland, Georgia Tech; Ogonna Nnamani, Stanford; Kim Willoughby, Hawaii

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Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Tara Kirk Swimming & Diving Stanford
Honda Inspiration Award winner Chanda Gunn Ice Hockey Northeastern
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Zoila Gomez Soccer Adams State
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Mary Ellen Gordon Tennis Emory

2004-05 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Seimone Augustus LSU Jacqueline Batteast, Notre Dame; Monique Currie, Duke; Jessica Davenport, Ohio State
Cross Country Kim Smith Providence Caroline Bierbaum, Columbia; Renee Metivier, Colorado; Laura Turner, Brigham Young
Field Hockey Kelly Dostal Wake Forest Veerle Goudswaard, Michigan State; Lauren Henderson, Connecticut; Paula Infante, Maryland
Golf Anna Grzebien Duke Amie Cochran, California Los Angeles; Brittany Lang, Duke; Leah Wigger, Virginia
Gymnastics Kristen Maloney UCLA Elise Ray, Michigan; Richelle Simpson, Nebraska; Annabeth Eberle, Utah
Lacrosse Kristen Kjellman Northwestern Amy Appelt, Virginia; Katie Chrest, Duke; Katieanne Christian, Dartmouth
Soccer Leslie Osborne Santa Clara Heather O'Reilly, North Carolina; Christine Sinclair, Portland; Tiffany Weimer, Penn State
Softball Cat Osterman Texas Caitlin Lowe, Arizona; Kristen Rivera, Washington; Amanda Scarborough, Texas A&M
Swimming & Diving Kirsty Coventry Auburn Caroline Bruce, Stanford; Mary DeScenza, Georgia; Kara Lynn Joyce, Georgia
Tennis Zuzana Zemenova Baylor Audra Cohen, Northwestern; Jennifer Magley, Florida; Riza Zalameda, UCLA
Track & Field Monique Henderson UCLA Marshevet Hooker, Texas; Tianna Madison, Tennessee; Virginia Powell, USC
Volleyball Ogonna Nnamani Stanford Emily Adams, USC; Stacey Gordon, Ohio State; Sam Tortorello, Penn State

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Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Ogonna Nnamani Volleyball Stanford
Honda Inspiration Award winner Brittney Kroon Basketball Seattle Pacific
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Krystal Lewallen Softball Northern Kentucky
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Missy Buttry Cross Country Wartburg

2005-06 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Seimone Augustus LSU Ivory Latta, North Carolina; Cappie Pondexter, Rutgers; Sophia Young, Baylor
Cross Country Caroline Bierbaum Columbia Stephanie Madia, Notre Dame; Victoria Mitchell, Butler; Johanna Nilsson, Northern Arizona
Field Hockey Paula Infante Maryland Kayla Bashore, Indiana; Jessica Javelet, Louisville; Hilary Linton, Duke
Golf Irene Cho USC Amanda Blumenherst, Duke; Jennie Lee, Duke; Dewi Schreefel, USC
Gymnastics Ashley Miles Alabama Courtney Kupets, Georgia; Ashley Postell, Utah; Kate Richardson, UCLA
Lacrosse Kristen Kjellman Northwestern Katie Chrest, Duke; Crysti Foote, Notre Dame; Coco Stanwick, Georgetown
Soccer Christine Sinclair Portland Heather O'Reilly, North Carolina; Katie Thorlakson, Notre Dame; Tiffany Weimer, Penn State
Softball Cat Osterman Texas Monica Abbot, Tennessee; Andrea Duran, UCLA; Sarah Fekete, Tennessee
Swimming & Diving Mary DeScenza Georgia Blythe Hartley, Southern California; Kara Lynn Joyce, Georgia; Whitney Myers, Arizona
Tennis Kristi Miller Georgia Tech Suzi Babos, California; Audra Cohen, Miami; Lindsey Nelson, USC
Track & Field Virginia Powell USC Marshevet Hooker, Texas; Chelsea Johnson, California, Los Angeles; Melaine Walker, Texas
Volleyball Courtney Thompson Washington Melissa Elmer, Nebraska; Christina Houghtelling, Nebraska; Sam Tortorello, Penn State

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Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Christine Sinclair Soccer Portland
Honda Inspiration Award winner Lindsay Payne Swimming & Diving Williams
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Kristin Erb Softball Lock Haven
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Megan Silva Basketball Randolph-Macon

2006-07 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Candace Parker Tennessee Sylvia Fowles, LSU; Lindsey Harding, Duke; Ivory Latta, North Carolina
Cross Country Sally Kipyego Texas Tech Jenny Barringer, Colorado; Lindsay Donaldson, Yale; Arianna Lambie, Stanford
Field Hockey Paula Infante Maryland Lauren Crandall, Wake Forest; Lizzy Peijs, Connecticut; Amy Stopford, Duke
Golf Amanda Blumenherst Duke Christel Boeljon, Purdue; Stacy Lewis, Arkansas; Anna Nordquvist, Arizona State
Gymnastics Courtney Kupets Georgia Janet Anson, Iowa State; Emily Parsons, Nebraska; Tasha Schwikert, UCLA
Lacrosse Kristin Kjellman Northwestern Caroline Cryer, Duke; Dana Dobbie, Maryland; Mary Key Johns, Hopkins
Soccer Heather O'Reilly North Carolina Yael Averbuch, North Carolina; Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame; India Trotter, Florida State
Softball Monica Abbott Tennessee Katie Burkhart, Arizona State; Kaitlin Cochran, Arizona State; Caitlin Lowe, Arizona
Swimming & Diving Kara Lynnn Joyce Georgia Cassidy Krug, Stanford; Whitney Myers, Arizona; Dana Vollmer, California
Tennis Audra Cohen Miami Megan Falcon, LSU; Lindsey Nelson, USC; Zuzana Zemenova, Baylor
Track & Field Kerron Stewart Auburn Natasha Hastings, South Carolina; Sally Kipyego, Texas Tech; Sarah Stevens, Arizona State
Volleyball Sarah Pavan Nebraska Foluke Akinradewo, Stanford; Nana Meriwether, UCLA; Courtney Thompson, Washington

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Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Sarah Pavan Volleyball Nebraska
Honda Inspiration Award winner Jessica Kohut Softball College of New Jersey
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Kylee Hanavan Soccer Metropolitan State
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Liz Bondi Tennis Depauw

2007-08 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Candace Parker Tennessee Sylvia Fowles, LSU; Maya Moore, Connecticut; Candice Wiggins, Stanford
Cross Country Sally Kipyego Texas Tech Jenny Barringer, Colorado; Susan Kuijken, Florida State; Diane Nukuri, Iowa
Field Hockey Rachel Dawson North Carolina Jennifer Long, Penn State; Katie O'Donnell, Maryland; Pam Spuehler, Boston
Golf Amanda Blumenherst Duke Azahura Munoz, Arizona State; Tiffany Joh, UCLA; Stacy Lewis, Arkansas
Gymnastics Katie Heenan Georgia Lindsey Bruck, Michigan; Ashley Postell, Utah; Tabitha Yim, Stanford
Lacrosse Hannah Nielson Northwestern Dana Dobbie, Maryland; Kelly Kasper, Maryland; Katie Rowan, Syracuse
Soccer Ashlee Pistorius Texas A & M Lauren Cheney, UCLA; Kristin Olsen, USC; Mami Yamaguchi, Florida State
Softball Angela Tincher Virginia Tech Tonya Callahan, Tennessee; Kaitlin Cochran, Arizona State; Megan Gibson, Texas A & M
Swimming & Diving Caroline Burckle Florida Lacy Nymeyer, Arizona; Rebecca Soni, Southern California; Gemma Spofforth, Florida
Tennis Amanda McDowell Georgia Tech Ani Mijacika, Clemson; Aurelija Miseviciute, Arkansas; Zuzana Zemenova, Baylor
Track & Field Jacquelyn Johnson Arizona State Brie Felnagle, North Carolina; Alysia Johnson, California; Sally Kipyego, Texas Tech
Volleyball Foluke Akinradewo Stanford Christa Harmotto, Penn State; Megan Hodge, Penn State; Asia Kaczor, USC

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Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Candace Parker Basketball Tennessee
Honda Inspiration Award winner Patience Knight Track & Field Texas Tech
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Vicky Braegelmann Volleyball Volleyball
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Sarah Zerzan Cross Country Willamette

2008-09 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Renee Montgomery[30](Finalist for Honda-Broderick Cup) Connecticut Angel McCoughtry, Louisville; Maya Moore, Connecticut; Courtney Paris, Oklahoma
Cross Country Sally Kipyego[31] Texas Tech Tasmin Fanning, Virginia Tech; Brie Felnagle, North Carolina; Susan Kuijken, Florida State
Field Hockey Susie Rowe[32] Maryland Jen Long, Penn State; Laurie Pfeiffer, Iowa; Shannon Taylor, Syracuse
Golf María Hernández[33] Purdue Carlota Ciganda, Arizona State; Jennifer Song, USC; Lizette Salas, USC
Gymnastics Courtney Kupets[34] Georgia Kristina Baskett, Utah; Ashleigh Clare-Kearny, LSU; Jessica Lopez, Denver
Lacrosse Hannah Nielsen[35] Northwestern Jillian Byers, Notre Dame: Amber Falcone, North Carolina; Caitlyn McFadden, Maryland
Soccer Casey Nogueira[36] North Carolina Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame; Brittany Bock, Notre Dame; Christina DiMartino, UCLA
Softball Danielle Lawrie[37]((Finalist for Honda-Broderick Cup)) Washington Kaitlin Cochran, Arizona State; Stacey Nelson, Florida; Tammy Williams, Northwestern
Swimming & Diving Dana Vollmer[38] California Julia Smit, Stanford; Rebecca Soni, USC; Gemma Spofforth, Florida
Tennis Mallory Cecil[39] Duke Aurelija Miseviciute, Arkansas; Maria Mosolova, Northwestern; Laura Vallverdu, Miami
Track & Field Jennifer Simpson ((Finalist for Honda-Broderick Cup)) Colorado Sarah Bowman, Tennessee; Tiffany Ofili, Michigan; Blessing Okagbare, Texas
Volleyball Nicole Fawcett[40]((Finalist for Honda-Broderick Cup)) Penn State Christa Harmotto, Penn State; Destinee Hooker, Texas; Foluke Akinradewo, Stanford

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Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Courtney Kupets[34] Gymnastics Georgia
Honda Inspiration Award winner Nicole Hester Basketball Drexel
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Kristin Erb Softball Lock Haven
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Ashley Huston Track & Field Hardin-Simmons

2009-10 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Maya Moore[41] Connecticut Tina Charles, Connecticut; Kelsey Griffin, Nebraska; Nnemkadi Ogwumike, Stanford
Cross Country Angela Bizzarri[42] Illinois Susan Kuijken, Florida State; Kendra Schaaf, Washington; Catherine White, Virginia
Field Hockey Katie O'Donnell Maryland Katie Reinprecht, Princeton ; LPaige Selenski, Virginia; Loren Sherer, Connecticut
Golf Caroline Hedwall Oklahoma State Cydney Clayton, Auburn; Jennifer Johnson, Arizona State; Jennifer Song, USC
Gymnastics Susan Jackson LSU Carly Janiga, Stanford; Brandi Personett, Penn State; Sarah Shire, Missouri
Lacrosse Caitlyn McFadden Maryland Katrina Dowd, Northwestern ; Brittany Kalkstein, Virginia; Jenn Russell, North Carolina
Soccer Whitney Engen North Carolina Tobin Heath, North Carolina; Lauren Cheney, UCLA; Kelley O'Hara, Stanford
Softball Danielle Lawrie Washington Chelsea Bramlett, Mississippi State; Megan Langenfeld, UCLA; Jen Yee, Georgia Tech
Swimming & Diving Julia Smit Stanford Elaine Breeden, Stanford; Allison Schmitt, Georgia; Gemma Spofforth, Florida
Tennis Laura Vallverdu Miami Irina Falconi, Georgia Tech; Chelsey Gullickson, Georgia; Jana Juricova, California
Track & Field Lisa Koll Iowa State Queen Harrison, Virginia Tech; Mariam Kevkhishvili, Florida; Blessing Okagbare, UTEP
Volleyball Megan Hodge Penn State Alisha Glass, Penn State; Hana Cutura, California; Destinee Hooker, Texas

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Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Megan Hodge (tie) Volleyball Penn State
Maya Moore (tie) Basketball Connecticut
Honda Inspiration Award winner Antoinette Cobb Track & Field Louisiana Tech
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Maggie McNamara Volleyball Concordia
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Marie Borner Track & Field Bethel

2010-11 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Maya Moore Connecticut Brittney Griner, Baylor; Amber Harris, Xavier; Nnemkadi Ogwumike, Stanford
Cross Country Sheila Reid Villanova Jordan Hasay, Oregon; Emily Infeld, Georgetown; Risper Kimaiyo, UTEP
Field Hockey Katie O'Donnell Maryland Melissa González, Connecticut; Paige Selenski, Virginia; Kathleen Sharkey, Princeton
Golf Marta Silva Zamora LSU Lizette Salas, USC; Kelli Shean, Arkansas; Austin Ernst, LSU
Gymnastics Kayla Hoffman Alabama Kylee Botterman, Michigan; Brittani McCullough, UCLA; Sharaya Musser, Penn State
Lacrosse Shannon Smith Northwestern Grace Gavin, Loyola; Sarah Mollison, Maryland; Katie Schwarzmann, Maryland
Soccer Melissa Henderson Notre Dame Alex Morgan, California; Christen Press, Stanford; Sophie Schmidt, Portland
Softball Kelsey Bruder Florida Ashley Hansen, Stanford; Jolene Henderson, California; Chelsea Thomas, Missouri
Swimming & Diving Katinka Hosszú USC Trojans Allison Schmitt, Georgia; Jillian Tyler, Minnesota; Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace, Auburn.
Tennis Jana Juricová California Lauren Embree, Florida; Maria Sanchez, USC; Stacey Tan, Stanford
Track & Field Sheila Reid Villanova Jessica Beard, Texas A&M; Kimberlyn Duncan, LSU; Kim Williams, Florida State
Volleyball Blair Brown Penn State Julian Faucette, Texas; Alex Jupiter, USC; Carli Lloyd, California

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Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Maya Moore Basketball Connecticut
Honda Inspiration Award winner Jessica Breland Basketball North Carolina
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Sammy Macy Field Hockey UMass-Lowell
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Kendra Stern Swimming & Diving Amherst

2011-12 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Brittney Griner Baylor Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame; Elena Delle Donne, Delaware; Nnemkadi Ogwumike, Stanford
Cross Country Sheila Reid Villanova Jordan Hasay, Oregon; Abbey D'Agostino, Dartmouth; Emily Infield, Georgetown
Field Hockey Megan Frazer Maryland Chelsea Armstrong, Northwestern; Katelyn Falgowski, North Carolina; Whitney Frates, New Hampshire
Golf Brooke Pancake Alabama Lindy Duncan, Duke; Chirapat Jao-Javanil, Oklahoma; Emily Tubert, Arkansas
Gymnastics Kytra Hunter Florida Amy Glass, Boise State; Jaime Pisani, Arkansas; Geralen Stack-Eaton, Alabama
Lacrosse Taylor Thornton Northwestern Brittany Dashiell, Florida; Sarah Plumb, Dartmouth; Katie Schwarzmann, Maryland
Soccer Teresa Noyola Stanford Lindsay Taylor, Stanford; Maya Hayes, Penn State
Softball Keilani Ricketts Oklahoma Katelyn Boyd, Arizona State; Jolene Henderson, California; Jackie Traina, Alabama
Swimming & Diving Caitlin Leverenz California Katinka Hosszu, USC; Megan Romano, Georgia; Breeja Larson, Texas A&M
Tennis Nicole Gibbs Stanford Mallory Burdette, Stanford; Beatrice Capra, Duke; Allie Will,Florida
Track & Field Kimberlyn Duncan LSU Brigetta Barrett, Arizona; Christina Manning, Ohio State; Jeneva McCall, Southern Illinois
Volleyball Alex Jupiter USC Rachael Adams, Texas; Kanani Danielson, Hawaii; Kelly Murphy, Florida State

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Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Brittney Griner Basketball Baylor
Honda Inspiration Award winner Elena Delle Donne Basketball Delaware
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Kari Daugherty Basketball Ashland
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Stacey Hagensen Softball Pacific Lutheran

2012-13 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Elena Delle Donne Delaware Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame; Brittney Griner, Baylor; Chiney Ogwumike, Stanford
Cross Country Betsy Saina Iowa State Jordan Hasay, Oregon; Abbey D'Agostino, Dartmouth; Aliphine Tuliamuk-Bolton, Wichita State
Field Hockey Katie Reinprecht Princeton Chelsea Armstrong, Northwestern; Megan Frazer, Maryland; Paige Selenski, Virginia
Golf Annie Park USC Lindy Duncan, Duke; Stephanie Meadow, Alabama; Paula Reto, Purdue
Gymnastics Bridget Sloan Florida Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA; Rheagan Courville, LSU; Alina Weinstein, Illinois
Lacrosse Kara Cannizzaro North Carolina Alex Aust, Maryland; Becca Block, Syracuse; Katie Schwarzmann, Maryland
Soccer Crystal Dunn North Carolina Alina Garciamendez-Rowold, Stanford; Christine Nairn, Penn State; Ines Jaurena, Florida State
Softball Keilani Ricketts Oklahoma Lauren Chamberlain, Oklahoma; Amber Freeman, Arizona State; Lauren Gibson, Tennessee
Swimming and Diving Allison Schmitt Georgia Elizabeth Beisel, Florida; Breeja Larson, Texas A&M; Elizabeth Pelton, California
Tennis Nicole Gibbs Stanford Lauren Embree, Florida; Sabrina Santamaria, Southern California; Mary Weatherholt,Nebraska
Track and Field Kimberlyn Duncan LSU Brigetta Barrett, Arizona; Kori Carter, Stanford; Andrea Geubelle, Kansas
Volleyball Alaina Bergsma Oregon Haley Eckerman, Texas; Lauren Plum, Oregon; Ariel Scott, Penn State

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Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Keilani Ricketts Softball Oklahoma
Honda Inspiration Award winner Andrea "Drey" Mingo Basketball Purdue
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Kari Daugherty Basketball Ashland
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Allyson Fournier Softball Tufts

2013-14 Winners and nominees

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Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Breanna Stewart Connecticut Kayla McBride, Notre Dame; Alyssa Murphy, Maryland; Chiney Ogwumike, Stanford; Odyssey Sims, Baylor
Cross country Abbey D'Agostino Dartmouth Katie Avory, Iona; Emma Bates, Boise State; Aisling Cuffe, Stanford
Field hockey Marie Elena Bolles Connecticut Rachael Mack, Michigan; Jill Witmer, Maryland; Emily Wold, North Carolina
Golf Céline Boutier Duke Doris Chen, USC; Alison Lee, UCLA; Annie Park, USC
Gymnastics Kim Jacob Alabama Katherine Grable, Arkansas; Bridget Sloan, Florida; Emily Wong, Nebraska
Lacrosse Taylor Cummings Maryland Shannon Gilroy, Florida; Alyssa Murray, Syracuse; Kayla Treanor, Syracuse
Soccer Abby Dahlkemper UCLA Morgan Brian, Virginia; Crystal Dunn, North Carolina; Kassey Kallman, Florida State
Softball Madison Shipman Tennessee Cheridan Hawkins, Oregon; Maddie O'Brien, Florida State; Sierro Romero, Michigan
Swimming and diving Felicia Lee Stanford Maya DiRado, Stanford; Missy Franklin, California; Breeja Larson, Texas A&M; Brittany MacLean, Georgia
Tennis Robin Anderson UCLA Lynn Chi, California; Danielle Collins, Virginia; Jamie Loeb, North Carolina
Track and field Sharika Nelvis Arkansas State Courtney Okolo, Texas; Jenna Prandini, Oregon; Kendell Williams, Georgia
Volleyball Krista Vansant Washington Haley Eckerman, Texas; Kelsey Robinson, Nebraska; Carly Wopat, Stanford

Sources:[27][28][29][1]

Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Kim Jacob Gymnastics Alabama
Honda Inspiration Award winner Arin Gilliland Soccer Kentucky
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Lauren Battista Basketball Bentley
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Christy Cazzolla Track & Field Wisconsin-Oshkosh

2014-15 Winners and nominees

Sources:[14][25][16][17][19][20][21][22][23][26]

Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Breanna Stewart[44] Connecticut Jewell Loyd, Notre Dame; Tiffany Mitchell, South Carolina; Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Connecticut[45]
Cross country Kate Avery[46] Iona Emma Bates, Boise State; Sarah Disanza, Wisconsin; Rachele Schulist, Michigan State[47]
Field hockey Paula Heuser[48] Albany Laura Gebhart, Penn State; Kelsey Harbin, Stanford; Roisin Upton, Connecticut[49]
Golf Emma Talley[50] Alabama Bronte Law, UCLA; Gabriela Lopez, Arkansas; Leona Maguire, Duke
Gymnastics Kytra Hunter[51] Florida Georgia Dabritz, Utah; Lindsay Mable, Minnesota;  Samantha Peszek, UCLA[52]
Lacrosse Taylor Cummings[53] Maryland Megan Douty, Maryland, Shannon Gilroy, Florida; Kayla Treanor, Syracuse[54]
Soccer Sam Mewis[55] UCLA Morgan Brian, University of Virginia; Dagný Brynjarsdóttir, Florida State University; Shea Groom, Texas A&M University
Softball Lauren Haegar[56] Florida Lauren Chamberlain, Oklahoma; Cheridan Hawkins, Oregon; Sierra Romero, Michigan[57]
Swimming & Diving Missy Franklin[58][59] California Simone Manuel, Stanford; Leah Smith, Virginia; Kelsi Worrell, Louisville[60]
Tennis Robin Anderson[61] UCLA Brooke Austin, Florida; Jamie Loeb, North Carolina; Carol Zhao, Stanford[62]
Track & Field Jenna Prandini[63] Oregon Kendra Harrison, Kentucky; Akela Jones, Kansas State; Demi Payne, Stephen F. Austin
Volleyball Krista Vansant[64] Washington Inky Ajanaku, Stanford; Lauren Carlini, Wisconsin; Micha Hancock, Penn State

Sources:[27][28][29][1]

Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Missy Franklin Swimming & Diving California
Honda Inspiration Award winner Imani McGee-Stafford Basketball Texas
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Rachel Dickinson Field hockey Millersville (PA)
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Allyson Fournier Softball Tufts

2015-16 Winners and nominees

Source:[65][25][16][15][18][19][20][21][22][23][26]

Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Breanna Stewart[66] Connecticut Moriah Jefferson, Connecticut; Brianna Turner, Notre Dame; A'ja Wilson, South Carolina[67]
Cross country Molly Seidel[68] Notre Dame Courtney Frerichs, New Mexico; Allie Ostrander, Boise State; Dominique Scott, Arkansas
Field hockey Alyssa Manley[69] Syracuse Lauren Blazing, Duke; Sarah Sprink, Maryland; Roisin Upton, Connecticut[70]
Gymnastics Bridget Sloan[71] Florida Lindsay Mable, Minnesota; Nina McGee, Denver; Elizabeth Price, Stanford
Lacrosse Taylor Cummings Maryland Alice Mercer, Maryland; Barbara Sullivan, Notre Dame; Kayla Treanor, Syracuse
Soccer Raquel Rodríguez[72] Penn State Kadeisha Buchanan, West Virginia; Rachel Daly, St. John's; Emily Sonnett, Virginia[73]
Softball Sierra Romero[74] Michigan Lexie Elkins, Louisiana at Lafayette; Megan Good, James Madison; Haylie McCleney, Alabama
Swimming & Diving Kelsi Worrell[75] Louisville Ella Eastin, Stanford; Lilly King, Indiana; Olivia Smoliga, Georgia
Tennis Danielle Collins[76] Virginia Hayley Carter, North Carolina; Francesca Di Lorenzo, Ohio State; Luisa Stefani, Pepperdine[77]
Track & Field Courtney Okolo Texas Keturah Orji, Georgia; Raven Saunders, Ole Miss; Kendell Williams, Georgia
Volleyball Samantha Bricio USC Lauren Carlini, Wisconsin; Daly Santana, Minnesota; Haleigh Washington, Penn State [78]

Sources:[27][28][29][1]

Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Breanna Stewart Basketball Connecticut
Honda Inspiration Award winner Emily Fogle Swimming & Diving Purdue
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Emily Oren Track & Field Hillsdale
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Sydney Moss Basketball Thomas More

2016-17 Winners and nominees

Sources:[24][15][25][16][18][17][19][20][21][22][23][26]

Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Kelsey Plum Washington Napheesa Collier, Connecticut; Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio State; A'ja Wilson, South Carolina
Cross Country Karissa Schweizer Missouri Erin Finn, Michigan; Katie Rainsberger, Oregon; Anna Rohrer, Notre Dame
Field Hockey Greta Nauck Delaware Paula Heuser, Albany; Welma Luus, Maryland; Charlotte Veitner, Connecticut
Golf Monica Vaughn Arizona State Jennifer Kupcho, Wake Forest; Andrea Lee, Stanford; Leona Maguire, Duke
Gymnastics Alex McMurtry Florida Chayse Capps, Oklahoma; Ashleigh Gnat, LSU; Maggie Nichols, Oklahoma
Lacrosse Zoe Stukenberg Maryland Kenzie Kent, Boston College; Marie McCool, North Carolina; Kylie Ohlmiller, Stony Brook
Soccer Kadeisha Buchanan West Virginia Savannah McCaskill, South Carolina; Ashley Hatch, Brigham Young; Cassie Miller, Florida State
Softball Kelly Barnhill Florida Megan Good, James Madison; Sarah Goenewegen, Minnesota; DJ Sanders, Louisiana Lafayette
Swimming & Diving Katie Ledecky Stanford Kathleen Baker, California; Lilly King, Indiana; Simone Manuel, Stanford
Tennis Danielle Collins Virginia Hayley Carter, North Carolina; Francesca Di Lorenzo, Ohio State; Luisa Stefani, Pepperdine
Track & Field Kendell Williams Georgia Maggie Ewen, Arizona State; Keturah Orji, Georgia; Raevyn Rogers, Oregon
Volleyball Inky Ajanaku Stanford Ebony Nwanebu, Texas; Kadie Rolfzen, Nebraska; Sarah Wilhite, Minnesota

Sources:[27][28][29][1]

Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Katie Ledecky Swimming & Diving Stanford
Honda Inspiration Award winner Nicole Stafford Swimming & Diving Stanford
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Carly Muscaro Track & Field Merrimack
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Lizzy Crist Soccer Washington (St. Louis)

2017-18 Winners and nominees

Sources:[24][15][25][16][18][17][19][20][21][22][23][26]

Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball A'ja Wilson South Carolina Sabrina Ionescu, Oregon; Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio State; Katie Lou Samuelson, Connecticut
Cross Country Ednah Kurgat New Mexico Amy-Eloise Neale, Washington; Allie Ostrander, Boise State; Charlotte Taylor, San Francisco
Field Hockey[26] Charlotte Veitner Connecticut Alyssa Chillano, Duke; Ashley Hoffman, North Carolina; Lein Holsboer, Maryland
Golf Jennifer Kupcho Wake Forest Andrea Lee, Stanford; Lauren Stephenson, Alabama; Lilia Vu, UCLA
Gymnastics Christine Peng-Peng Lee UCLA Sarah Finnegan, LSU; Elizabeth Price, Stanford; Maggie Nichols, Oklahoma
Lacrosse Sam Apuzzo Boston College Kristen Gaudian, James Madison; Marie McCool, North Carolina; Kylie Ohlmiller, Stony Brook
Soccer Andi Sullivan Stanford Imani Dorsey, Duke; Jessie Fleming, California, Los Angeles; Savannah McCaskill, South Carolina
Softball Rachel Garcia UCLA Kelly Barnhill, Florida; Amanda Lorenz, Florida; Paige Parker, Oklahoma
Swimming & Diving Simone Manuel Stanford Ella Eastin, Stanford; Katie Ledecky, Stanford; Lilly King, Indiana
Tennis Arianne Hartono Ole Miss Makenna Jones, North Carolina; Astra Sharma, Vanderbilt; Bianca Turati, Texas
Track & Field Maggie Ewen Arizona State Lynna Irby, Georgia; Keturah Orji, Georgia; Karissa Schweizer, Missouri
Volleyball Rhamat Alhassan Florida Simone Lee, Penn State; Kathryn Plummer, Stanford; Haleigh Washington, Penn State

Sources:[27][28][29][1]

Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Simone Manuel[79] Swimming & Diving Stanford
Honda Inspiration Award winner Megan Cunningham Track & Field/Cross Country Missouri
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Caroline Kurgat Track & Field Alaska Anchorage
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Eudice Chong Tennis Wesleyan

2018-19 Winners and nominees

Sources:[24][15][25][16][18][17][19][20][21][23][26][22]

Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Megan Gustafson Iowa Asia Durr, Louisville; Sabrina Ionescu, Oregon; Teaira McCowan, Mississippi State
Cross Country Dani Jones Colorado Jessica Hull, Oregon; Weini Kelati, New Mexico; Alicia Monson, Wisconsin
Field Hockey Ashley Hoffman North Carolina Paula Portugal, Miami (OH); Anna Willocks, Saint Joseph's; Elise Wong, Princeton
Golf Maria Fassi Arkansas Jaravee Boonchant, Duke; Frida Kinhult, Florida State; Albane Valenzuela, Stanford
Gymnastics Maggie Nichols Oklahoma Brenna Dowell, Oklahoma; Sarah Finnegan, LSU; Kyla Ross, UCLA
Lacrosse Megan Taylor Maryland Sam Apuzzo, Boston College; Dempsey Arsenault, Boston College; Selena Lasota, Northwestern
Soccer Natalia Kuikka Florida State Julia Ashley, North Carolina; Jordan DiBiasi, Stanford; Caitlin Farrell, Georgetown
Softball Rachel Garcia UCLA Abbey Cheek, Kentucky; Caleigh Clifton, Oklahoma; Amber Fiser, Minnesota
Swimming & Diving Lilly King Indiana Mallory Comerford, Louisville; Beata Nelson, Wisconsin; Abbey Weitzeil, California
Tennis Estela Perez-Somarriba Miami (FL) Kate Fahey, Michigan; Katarina Jokic, Georgia; Ingrid Martins, South Carolina
Track & Field Yanis David Florida Janeek Brown, Arkansas; Allie Ostrander, Boise State; Sha'Carri Richardson, LSU
Volleyball Kathryn Plummer Stanford Roni Jones-Perry, BYU; Jordyn Poulter, Illinois; Samantha Seliger-Swenson, Minnesota

Sources:[27][28][29][1]

Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Rachel Garcia Softball UCLA
Honda Inspiration Award winner Jenna Fessler Volleyball Thomas More
DII Honda Athlete of the Year Taylor Reiss Volleyball Southwest Minnesota State
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year Madison Temple Basketball Thomas More


2019-20 Winners and nominees

Sources:[24][15][25][16][18][17][19][20][21][23][26][22]

As a result of the Covid-19 issue, sports seasons were affected. The four fall sports (cross country, field hockey, soccer and volleyball) were able to conclude both their regular season and championships. The three spring sports (swimming & diving, basketball and gymnastics) were able to complete their regular seasons, but championships were cancelled. The five spring sports (tennis, golf, lacrosse, softball and  track & field) were unable to hold their regular season or championships.

2019-20
Sport Season Regular season Championships Honda Sports Award
Cross Country Fall Completed Completed Announced
Field Hockey Fall Completed Completed Announced
Soccer Fall Completed Completed Announced
Volleyball Fall Completed Completed Announced
Swimming & Diving Winter Completed Cancelled Announced
Basketball Winter Completed Cancelled Announced
Gymnastics Winter Completed Cancelled Announced
Tennis Spring Cancelled Cancelled No Award
Golf Spring Cancelled Cancelled No Award
Lacrosse Spring Cancelled Cancelled No Award
Softball Spring Cancelled Cancelled No Award
Track & Field Spring Cancelled Cancelled No Award

The NCAA decisions about cancellations affected the Collegiate Women Sports Awards process.

Each of the fall sports could proceed as usual. The winter sports had a regular season without championships, but the organization concluded it could select nominees and winners based upon regular season results.  However, with no regular season or championships for the spring sports, the organization was forced to conclude that no awards could be issued for those five sports.

The winners of each of the twelve sports are considered for both the Top Three award and the overall Honda Cup--but because not all sports are represented, the decision was made not to do selections for the Top Three or overall Honda Cup. In addition, the DII and DIII award is across all sports. While nominees in some sports were selected, not all sports are represented, so there will be no DII or DIII award winner for this year. The Inspiration Award will continue as usual.[13]

Sport Winner College Finalists
Basketball Sabrina Ionescu Oregon Dana Evan, Louisville; Tyasha Harris, South Carolina; Aari McDonald, Arizona
Cross Country Weini Kelati New Mexico Katie Izzo, Arkansas; Taylor Werner, Arkansas; Alicia Monson, Wisconsin
Field Hockey Erin Matson North Carolina Svea Boker, Connecticut; Mercedes Pastor, Louisville; Clara Roth, Princeton
Golf No award due to Covid-19
Gymnastics Kyla Ross UCLA Maggie Nichols,Oklahoma; Lexy Ramler, Minnesota; Trinity Thomas, Florida
Lacrosse No award due to Covid-19
Soccer Catarina Macario Stanford Mikayla Colohan, BYU; Jessie Fleming, UCLA; Emily Fox, North Carolina
Softball No award due to Covid-19
Swimming & Diving Abbey Weitzeil California Erika Brown, Tennessee; Maggie MacNeil, Michigan; Beata Nelson, Wisconsin
Tennis No award due to Covid-19
Track & Field No award due to Covid-19
Volleyball Jenna Gray Stanford Yossiana Pressley, Baylor; Dana Rettke, Wisconsin;  Jordan Thompson, Cincinnati

Sources:[27][28][29][1]

Award Winner Sport College
Honda Cup Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year No award due to Covid-19
Honda Inspiration Award winner To be announced
DII Honda Athlete of the Year No award due to Covid-19
DIII Honda Athlete of the Year No award due to Covid-19

See also

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