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Vote For The Golden Female Student-Athlete Of 2010-11

This is our last chance to take a look back at the 2010-11 season, which was a fine one to be a fan of the California Golden Bears. Although there was not much that happened on the football field and basketball court to get too excited about, there were plenty of exciting moments offered in almost every other facet of Cal sportsdom. This is your chance to remember those moments.

Today we start our CGB personalized awards. The winner receives many cheers, but really everyone's a winner here. Thanks go to norcalnick and Ohio Bear for their help creating and finding nominees for these awards.

We covered the men yesterday (go here to vote), today the women.

After the jump, the nominees, so you can decide who to vote for in the poll below for the Golden Female Student-Athlete of 2010-11!

Female student-athlete of the year

Emily Csikos, water polo: Finalist for Peter J. Cutino Award for best NCAA female player. Helped lead women's team to national championship game. 69 goals in 35 matches, first team All-MPSF and MPSF All-Academic, All-American as well.

Jolene Henderson, softball: Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year, 0.99 ERA, 40-10 record, 18 shutouts, two one-hitters, two no-hitters, one perfect game, 333.1 innings pitched, 333 strikeouts, .189 batting average allowed, kept the team going when Valerie Arioto went down for the season.

Jana Juricova, tennis: NCAA women's singles champion, ranked number one for much of the season, won 26 straight matches in a row on her way to winning the national title, finished the year 36-3.

Carli Lloyd, volleyball: AVCA National Player of the Year award, directed Cal to first ever NCAA championship match, ranks eight nationally in assists per set, ranks eight nationally in assists per set, has started in all 132 matches for Cal from 2007-10.

Amanda Sims, swimming: Member of Cal women's swimming national championship squad, won the 100 yd butterfly national title and swam the butterfly leg of the first place 400 yard medley relay at the NCAAs.