Michigan's Kylee Botterman and Penn State's Sharaya Musser have been tabbed finalists for the Honda Sports Award, given to the top collegiate women's gymnast in the country. Botterman and Musser are two of four finalists for the honor, which will be awarded on Friday.
Botterman concluded her collegiate career with multiple national and regional honors, including the prestigious AAI Award and the Big Ten and Northeast Regional Gymnast of the Year awards. She also won the NCAA all-around title last weekend and earned runner-up status on floor exercise, amassing four All-America honors and leading the Wolverines to the Super Six Team Finals for the first time since 2005 in the process.
Musser, a two-time first-team All-Big Ten honoree, rounded out her sophomore season as an individual all-around competitor at last weekend's NCAA Championships. At the Tuscaloosa Regional, Musser placed in the top five in three of the four events to lead Penn State to a third-place finish. The sophomore picked up four Big Ten Gymnast of the Week honors this season.