The Bowerman

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The Bowerman is an annual track and field award that is the highest accolade given to the year's best student-athlete in American collegiate track and field. It is named after Oregon track and field and cross country coach Bill Bowerman and is administered by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).[1]

The winners of the award are announced in a mid-December ceremony held in conjunction with the USTFCCCA annual convention.

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Year Male winner Female winner Ref.
2009 Rupp, GalenGalen Rupp, Oregon Barringer, JennyJenny Barringer, Colorado [2]
2010 Eaton, AshtonAshton Eaton, Oregon Harrison, QueenQueen Harrison, Virginia Tech [3]
2011 Makusha, NgoniNgoni Makusha, Florida State Beard, JessicaJessica Beard, Texas A&M [4]
2012 Levins, CamCam Levins, Southern Utah Duncan, KimberlynKimberlyn Duncan, Louisiana State [5]
2013 Drouin, DerekDerek Drouin, Indiana Rollins, BriannaBrianna Rollins, Clemson [6]

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