Sportswoman of the Year

The Sportswoman of the Year is recognized for exceptional success during the calendar year. The Sportswoman of the Year may be a Hall of Fame member or an honoree in her category for that calendar year.

2022

 

To Be Announced

2021

Valarie Allman – Track and Field

 

2020

Dani Jones – Running

2019

Sarah Thomas – Open Water Swimming

2018

Mikaela Shiffrin – Skiing

2017

Mikaela Shiffrin – Skiing

2016

Emma Coburn – Track and Field

Jenny Simpson – Track and Field

 

2015

Mikaela Shiffrin – Skiing

2014

Mikaela Shiffrin – Skiing

2013

Mikaela Shiffrin – Skiing

2012

Missy Franklin – Swimming

2011

Missy Franklin – Swimming

2010

 

lana Nichols, Mono-Skiing

2009

Jenny Barringer – Track and Field

 

2008

Erin Popovich – Paralympic Games

2007

Katie Uhlaender – Sledding/Skeleton

2006

Melanie Troxel – Motor Sports

2005

Abby Waner – Basketball

 

2004

April Heinrichs, Soccer Coach/Player

2003

Katelyn Kaltenbach – Cross Country

2002

Ellen Miller – Mountaineering

2001

Alison Dunlap – Mountain Biking

2000

Kara Grgas-Wheeler – Running

1999

Ann Battelle – Skiing

1998

Becky Hammon – Basketball

1997

Libbie Hickman – Running

1996

Amy Van Dyken- Swimming

1995

Amy Van Dyken- Swimming

 

1994

Amy Van Dyken- Swimming

 

1993

Jill McGill – Golf

 

1992

Gigi Fernandez – Tennis

 

1991

April Heinrichs – Soccer

 

1990

Jill Trenary – Figure Skating

1989

Ceal Barry and University of Colorado Lady Buffs – Basketball

 

1988

Kirsten Hanssen – Triathlon

 

1987

Priscilla Welch – Running

 

1986

Yolanda Johnson – Track

 

1985

Rhonda Blanford – Track

1984

Connie Carpenter Phinney – Cycling

 

1983

Karen Beer – Gymnastics

 

1982

Connie Carpenter – Cycling

 

1981

Evergreen High School Girls’ Volleyball Team

 

1980

Tanya Haave – Basketball

1979

Lou Piel – Softball

 

1978

Mary Decker – Track

 

1977

 

Jayne Gibson- Volleyball

1976

Debbie Willcox – Gymnastics

1975

Dorothy Hamill – Figure Skating

1974

 

Cindy Hill – Golf

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