Kendell Williams can add yet another honor to her massive collection.
On Thursday morning, the SEC named the Georgia track and field star the Roy F. Kramer Female Athlete of the Year on Thursday.
Only woman in @NCAA DI Indoor T&F history to win four times in the same event💪
— Southeastern Conference (@SEC) July 6, 2017
The senior from Marietta, Ga. has had a tremendous career in Athens, winning NCAA indoor championships in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 in the pentathlon.
In doing so, Williams made history by becoming the only woman ever in NCAA Division I indoor track and field to capture four titles in the same event, as the conference illustrated in the tweet above. She’s a three-time collegiate record holder in the pentathlon.
Williams also claimed NCAA outdoor titles in 2014, 2016 and 2017 in the heptathlon. The 2017 national crowns in the pentathlon and heptathlon gave her a third career multi-event sweep, something only two other women have ever done.
She competed in the heptathlon as an Olympian in 2016. That year, she was named the 2016 U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association National Women’s Field Athlete of the Year.
Williams is the sixth woman from the school to win this SEC honor since 1992. Overall, 11 Bulldogs have been given the men or women’s award.