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June 21, 2010 | By Laura Myers
Maya Moore is used to sharing the spotlight. The University of Connecticut basketball star has spent three years playing for a famous coach, Geno Auriemma, and alongside standout center Tina Charles. So sharing the title of collegiate female athlete of the year with Penn State volleyball player Megan Hodge was nothing new. Moore and Hodge were announced as co-winners of the Honda-Broderick Cup on Monday during a ceremony at UCLA — only the second time the award has been shared in its 34-year history.
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June 21, 2010 | By Laura Myers
Maya Moore is used to sharing the spotlight. The University of Connecticut basketball star has spent three years playing for a famous coach, Geno Auriemma, and alongside standout center Tina Charles. So sharing the title of collegiate female athlete of the year with Penn State volleyball player Megan Hodge was nothing new. Moore and Hodge were announced as co-winners of the Honda-Broderick Cup on Monday during a ceremony at UCLA — only the second time the award has been shared in its 34-year history.
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January 15, 1993 | BILL DWYRE
Missy Marlowe of the University of Utah, the only gymnast to earn perfect 10s in four events in an NCAA season, was named winner of the Honda Broderick Cup during an awards dinner at the NCAA's annual convention Thursday night. The award, which for the last 16 years has honored the top collegiate female athlete of the year, had never gone to a gymnast. Marlowe led Utah to two NCAA gymnastics titles and one runner-up finish.
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June 18, 2002 | BILL DWYRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When it comes time for the 2004 Athens Olympics, you'll likely hear plenty about Marion Jones, the established U.S. women's sprint star. Chances are, you'll also hear a lot about Angela Williams. In the same races. The recognition is beginning to pile up for Williams, one of the most decorated track and field performers in the history of USC.
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June 15, 1999 | SCOTT MOE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Misty May's list of accolades grew a little longer and a lot more impressive Monday night when she was named the winner of the 1998-99 Honda Broderick Cup, awarded to the nation's outstanding female collegiate athlete, at a dinner at Reno, Nev. The award, voted on by more than 900 schools and a national board of directors, caps off one of the most distinguished careers in collegiate women's volleyball.
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June 18, 2002 | BILL DWYRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When it comes time for the 2004 Athens Olympics, you'll likely hear plenty about Marion Jones, the established U.S. women's sprint star. Chances are, you'll also hear a lot about Angela Williams. In the same races. The recognition is beginning to pile up for Williams, one of the most decorated track and field performers in the history of USC.
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October 1, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Lisa Fernandez, a three-time All-American at UCLA, was named winner of the Honda Award as the nation's best collegiate softball player for the second consecutive season. Last season Fernandez led the Bruins to their fourth NCAA title in five years. She finished with a 29-0 record, a 65-inning scoreless streak and a 0.14 earned-run average and batted .401. It is the fifth consecutive year a Bruin has won the honor in softball.
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June 10, 1995
It was a joy to read the article about Cal State Fullerton's baseball coach, Augie Garrido. Augie is one of the outstanding collegiate baseball coaches in the country, and we are proud he is a Titan. However, I believe it was quite unfair to say that he brings "honors to a college unused to athletic excellence." The athletic department has an outstanding national record. We have had six national NCAA championships, six NCAA runners-up, three NCAA third-place teams and four NCAA semifinalists.
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June 13, 2000 | Associated Press
Columbia's Cristina Teuscher, the NCAA swimming champion whose times in the 400-meter freestyle and individual medley were the second-fastest in the world this year, won the Honda-Broderick Cup as the nation's outstanding collegiate woman athlete. Teuscher was honored Monday night at the 24th annual Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year dinner. She was selected by a national vote involving more than 900 NCAA-member schools. The senior from New Rochelle, N.Y.
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January 13, 1998 | BILL DWYRE
Cindy Daws of the University of Notre Dame and Northridge--she went to Louisville High in Woodland Hills--became the second soccer player in the 21-year history of the woman's collegiate athlete-of-the-year award to win the Honda-Broderick Cup. The announcement was made Monday at the Honda Awards dinner, held in conjunction with the annual NCAA convention.
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June 15, 1999 | SCOTT MOE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Misty May's list of accolades grew a little longer and a lot more impressive Monday night when she was named the winner of the 1998-99 Honda Broderick Cup, awarded to the nation's outstanding female collegiate athlete, at a dinner at Reno, Nev. The award, voted on by more than 900 schools and a national board of directors, caps off one of the most distinguished careers in collegiate women's volleyball.
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January 15, 1993 | BILL DWYRE
Missy Marlowe of the University of Utah, the only gymnast to earn perfect 10s in four events in an NCAA season, was named winner of the Honda Broderick Cup during an awards dinner at the NCAA's annual convention Thursday night. The award, which for the last 16 years has honored the top collegiate female athlete of the year, had never gone to a gymnast. Marlowe led Utah to two NCAA gymnastics titles and one runner-up finish.
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January 10, 1991 | BILL DWYRE
Suzy Favor of the University of Wisconsin, NCAA champion in the 1,500 meters the last four years, was named winner of the Honda-Broderick Cup, awarded annually to the collegiate female athlete of the year, at a dinner before a crowd of 1,000 here Wednesday night. Previously honored as the Big Ten athlete of the year and the Jesse Owens female athlete of the year, Favor was selected from 14 finalists, each representing the best in the country in her sport.
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January 14, 1997 | BILL DWYRE, TIMES SPORTS EDITOR
For the second consecutive year, the winner of the Honda-Broderick Cup honoring the top women's college athlete is a basketball player from the University of Connecticut. Point guard Jennifer Rizzotti was the 1997 honoree, it was announced Monday night at the annual Honda awards dinner. Last year's winner was UConn All-American center Rebecca Lobo.
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