The Owls striker, who has scored 13 goals this season, has now scooped the accolade for both February and March.
Tudgay told the club's official website: "The team around me works so hard in every game and that has been a massive help for me.
"Everyone is working hard for each other and that also helps make everyone fitter. Personally, my fitness is good.
"I'm enjoying my football - which you have to do - so the aim is to keep going between now and the end of the season."
The former Derby striker is enjoying arguably his best season for the Owls since arriving from Pride Park in January 2006, highlighted by his world-class 30-yard winner for Brian Laws' side in the Steel City derby win at Bramall Lane in February.