Tennessee sophomore track & field standout Tianna Madison, who has won nine of 10 long jump competitions this season and ranks number two in the world thus far in 2005, is one of four finalists for the Honda Sports Award for Track & Field, the Collegiate Women Sports Awards announced.
The winner will be decided by nationwide voting among NCAA member schools and will receive the 2004-05 Honda Award for track & field and become a nominee for The Honda-Broderick Cup, which is awarded annually to the nation’s outstanding collegiate woman athlete of the year from the 12 NCAA-sanctioned distaff sports.
 Madison has been selected in 2005 as the USTCA Mideast Region Outdoor Athlete of the Year, Sports Illustrated On Campus Indoor Track & Field “Player of the Year” and SEC Indoor Field Event Athlete of the Year.  She is also the UT record holder, both indoors and out.