A total of 429 female student-athletes, spanning NCAA Divisions I, II and III, were nominated for the 22nd annual NCAA Woman of the Year award. Learn more »
The NCAA Woman of the Year award honors female student-athletes who have completed their eligibility, demonstrated academic and athletics excellence and engaged in community service and leadership opportunities. Learn more»
Laura Barito, a 22-time All-American in swimming and track, two-time NCAA national champion and mechanical engineering graduate of Stevens Institute of Technology, is the 2011 NCAA Woman of the Year. Read more »
The NCAA Woman of the Year was first awarded in 1991. Read more »
Nearly 130 NCAA female student-athletes representing multiple sports across NCAA Divisions I, II and III have been selected as 2012 Woman of the Year honorees by their athletics conferences and by independent schools.
Next, the Woman of the Year selection committee will choose the top 10 honorees in each division. Then, in September, the committee will determine the top nine finalists. Finally, the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics will vote from among the finalists to determine the 2012 Woman of the Year.
On Oct. 14 in Indianapolis, the NCAA will announce the 2012 Woman of the Year and will honor the top 30 nominees.
To view the list of conference nominees, click here.