Arizona State senior thrower Magdalyn Ewen can add another prestigious award to her trophy case.
Ewen was named the 2018 CWSA Honda Award recipient for track and field, CWSA executive director Chris Voelz announced Thursday, via the Arizona State Athletics Department.
The Honda Award is presented to the top women athletes in 12 NCAA sanctioned sports. Ewen is this year’s recipient for track and field. She won the award over Georgia jumper Keturah Orji, Goergia sprinter Lynna Irby and Missouri long distance runner Karissa Schweizer.
The Sun Devils senior capped off her final year by winning the NCAA shot put and discus titles at the 2018 NCAA Track and Field Championships.
Ewen’s dominant senior season at Arizona State included three NCAA titles, two collegiate records, five conference titles, Pac-12 Athlete of the Meet honors and a second-straight National Women’s Field Athlete of the Year award.
“I know first-hand how talented the women in track and field are, so it’s an absolute honor to be chosen for this prestigious award,” Ewen said, per the Arizona State Athletic Department.