Fresh off winning two national titles at the Division III NCAA Swimming Championships, Bangor's Emma Waddell is now up for the National Athlete of the Year Award.

Waddell is a junior at Williams College in Massachusetts. She has three national championships in three years of college swimming and eight individual All-American titles. Waddell was named NESCAC Swimmer of the Year and is a two-time Academic All-NESCAC honoree.

She becomes one of 11 nominees across the country for the 2017 D-III Honda Athlete of the Year Award.

The winner will be announced in June during a CBS Sports telecast in Los Angeles.

Here's a look at past winners...

Past Division III Woman Athlete of the Year Winners

2015-16 Sydney Moss, basketball, Thomas More College
2014-15 Allyson Fournier, softball, Tufts University
2013-14 Christy Cazzolla, track & field, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
2012-13 Allyson Fournier, softball, Tufts University
2011-12 Stacey Hagensen, softball, Pacific Lutheran University
2010-11 Kendra Stern, swimming, Amherst College
Marie Borner, track & field, Bethel University
2008-09 Ashley Huston, track & field, Hardin-Simmons University
2007-08 Sarah Zerzan, cross country, Willamette University
2006-07 Liz Bondi, tennis, Depauw University
2005-06 Megan Silva, basketball, Randolph-Macon College
2004-05 Missy Buttry, cross country, Wartburg College
2003-04 Mary Ellen Gordon, tennis, Emory University
2002-03 Libby Hysell, softball, Central College
2001-02 Julia Bergofsky, field hockey, Middlebury College
2000-01 Tasha Rogers, basketball, Washington University
1999-00 Alia Fischer, basketball, Washington University
1998-99 Kelly Schade, softball, Simpson College
1997-98 Tiffany Speckman, cross country, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
1996-97 Turena Johnson, track and field, Luther College
1995-96 Shelley Swan, volleyball, Washington University
1994-95 Amy Albers, volleyball, Washington University
1993-94 Carla Ainsworth, swimming, Kenyon College
1992-93 Jennifer Carter, swimming, Kenyon College
1991-92 Kim Oden, track and field, Nebraska Wesleyan University
1990-91 Ann Gilbert, basketball, Oberlin College
1989-90 Yvonne Grierson, swimming, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1988-89 Anna Prineas, track and field, Carleton College
1987-88 Jessica Beachy, basketball, Concordia College