I recently received a prestigious award from my university for my undergraduate research (of which I am quite proud!). The award is always awarded jointly to two people. I have no professional relationship to the other winner (the award was not shared between us because of work we did together or anything of the sort), although she works in a field not very distant from mine, and we are polite acquaintances.
How should I list this on my academic CV? Should I include her name and state that the award was jointly given to the both of us? If so, should I link to her website/include more identifying information about her?
I worry that if I don't include her name it'll seem dishonest (as I will make myself seem like the sole recipient of the award by default, making it seem more prestigious than it is). It simply feels like leaving out information (the description of the award itself makes note more than once that it is always to be given to two people). However, including her name might seem a bit weird since we aren't colleagues in any sense, and it could also give the impression that I'm hoping her achievements will make me look better (she is much more well-known and accomplished than I, as would be immediately obvious to anyone who looks her up---I don't say this out of humility).
I am in the US, although I would rather not specify in which field we both work. Any advice for what is standard would be appreciated!