Michigan’s Romero up for top female athlete award
Michigan softball player Sierra Romero is among 12 Honda Award recipients who is eligible for the Collegiate Female Athlete of the Year award, which will be announced Monday.
The 40th edition of the award recognizes leadership, academics and community service and will be handed on the campus of Southern California in Los Angeles.
The other winners are UConn's Breanna Stewart (basketball), USC’s Samantha Bricio (volleyball), Duke’s Virginia Elena Carta (golf), Virginia’s Danielle Collins (tennis), Maryland’s Taylor Cummings (lacrosse), Syracuse’s Alyssa Manley (field hockey), Courtney Okolo (track & field), Penn State’s Raquel Rodriguez (soccer), Notre Dame’s Mollie Seidel (cross country), Florida’s Bridget Sloan (gymnastics) and Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell (swimming & diving).
They were chosen by a vote of administrators from NCAA member schools.
The show will be broadcast on CBS Sports Network at 9 p.m. EDT.