Annelus & Terry Named To The Bowerman Women's Mid-Indoor Watch List
Angie Annelus and TeeTee Terry were named to The Bowerman 2021 Women's Mid-Indoor Watch List, announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) today (Feb. 10). Additionally receiving votes for The Bowerman, but just outside of the top 10, were Anna Cockrell and Kaelin Roberts. The Bowerman is awarded annually at the end of the track and field season to the most outstanding track and field athlete.
Annelus, an athletic redshirt senior, became a two-time NCAA 200m champion when she won the 2019 title with a PR, USC and facility record time of 22.16 (+1.3), the fourth-fastest time ever by a collegian. She became just the fourth woman to win the NCAA women's 200m title in consecutive seasons and only one (Kimberlyn Duncan of LSU) has won it three times. Annelus also placed seventh in the 2019 NCAA 100m dash finals with a time of 11.12 (+1.6). Annelus ran the second leg of USC's NCAA Champion 4x100m relay which ran the school-record time of 42.21. The Grandview, Mo. native scored 14.5 points at the 2019 NCAA Championships, the fourth-most of any athlete at the Championships. Annelus then made USA's team for the 2019 World Championships and placed fourth in the 200m finals.
Terry, an athletic senior, broke her own school record in the 100m dash with a time of 10.98 (1.6) to place third at the 2019 NCAA Championships. She also anchored USC's NCAA champion 4x100m relay which set the school record in the finals with a time of 42.21. She won her second straight Pac-12 100m title with a time of 11.09 (+0.5), anchored the winning 4x100m relay and placed third in the 200m. In the summer of 2019, she was second in the 100m at the NACAC U23s. Terry also reached the 2019 USATF Championships finals in the 100m dash, where she placed fifth with a time of 11.32 (-1.7). The Miami, Fla. native qualified to represent USA at the 2019 World Championships as part of the relay pool, but elected to concentrate on her studies. Indoors, she had a PR of 7.14 to win the 60m title at the 2019 NCAA Indoor Championships, the second-fastest time in school history.
Cockrell, an athletic senior, is the defending NCAA 400m hurdles champion and ranks third on USC's all-time lists in the 400m hurdles (55.14) and 100m hurdles (12.69). Cockrell has won the last two Pac-12 400m hurdles title and won the 2020 MPSF 60m hurdles title. During the summer of 2019, the Charlotte, N.C. native won the 400m hurdles at the NACAC U23 Championships with a time of 56.54 and place sixth in the event at the USATF Championships with a time of 56.14.
Roberts, an athletic senior, has a 400m personal best of 55.21 which ranks fourth on USC's all-time list. The Long Beach, Calif. native also has an indoor 400m best of 51.50 which she set in winning the 2019 NCAA Indoor title. She ranks second on USC's all-time indoor list in the 400m and has run on USC's second-fastest indoor 4x400m relay and the eighth-fastest outdoor 4x400m relay.
The next Watch List for The Bowerman will be announced on March 3.