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100 Years of Champions

Mondays during the spring on Pac-12 Sports Report, the Pac-12 All-Century Teams for Olympic sports will be revealed. Each school nominated their specific players, as well as the Pac-12 Network research team, which also made contributions to the list of nominees. After nominees were selected, each panelist selected top players at each position, as well as for the Pac-12 Player of the Century for each sport. Check back weekly to see who's become immortalized on the Pac-12 All-Century Teams.

Spring Sports

Pac-12 Women's Track & Field Athlete of the Century: Jackie Joyner-Kersee

Throughout her collegiate career at UCLA, Jackie Joyner-Kersee was the most dominant American athlete in both the heptathlon and long jump events. She was the NCAA heptathlon champion in 1982 with a point total of 6099 and in 1983 with a total of 6365. In the long jump competition, she placed second in 1982 and third in 1983. She also was a member of the 1600-meter and 400-meter relay teams and competed in the 100-meter Hurdles event. Overall, she was the most prominent member of the UCLA track and field team, leading her school to the NCAA Championships team title in both 1982 and 1983. To this day, Joyner-Kersee remains the UCLA school record-holder in both the heptathlon and the long jump. She also retains UCLA's second highest mark in the high jump competition and third highest time in both the 100- and 400-meter hurdle events. In addition to her achievements in track and field, Joyner-Kersee was a four-year starter on the UCLA women's basketball team, playing from 1980-83 and 1984-85. She played a total of 121 games, scoring an impressive 1,167 points and grabbing 752 total rebounds. She is still listed among the UCLA Bruins' best in career scoring and rebounding. Joyner-Kersee went on to win six Olympic medals following her college career. After winning the Silver Medal in the heptathlon in 1984, she took the Gold in the event in 1988, setting a world record point total of 7,215 that still stands. She repeated as Gold Medal winner in the heptathlon event both in 1992 and 1994 as well. She also won the Bronze in the long jump competition both in 1992 and 1996. Joyner-Kersee won the Sullivan Award as the nation's top amateur athlete in 1987. She has also received many other renowned titles including being named Sports Illustrated for Women's Greatest Female Athlete of the 20th Century (2001), Track & Field News' Athlete of the Year (1986, 1987,1994) and the Associated Press' Summer Olympian of the Century (1999).

Coach of the Century
  Coach Pac-12 Years
Bob Kersee 1985-93
  Athletes
(Events)
Pac-12 Years
Evelyn Ashford
(100m, 200m)
1976-79
Angela Williams
(100m)
1999-2002
Florence Griffith-Joyner
(200m)
1981-83
Jenna Prandini
(200m)
2012-15
Inger Miller
(200m)
1991-94
Monique Henderson
(400m)
2002-05
Maicel Malone
(400m)
1988-92
Phyllis Francis
(400m)
2011-14
Alysia Johnson Montano
(800m)
2005-08
Laura Roesler
(800m)
2011-14
Claudette Groenendaal
(800m)
1982-85
Shelby Houlihan
(1,500m)
2010-14
Francie Larrieu Smith
(1,500m)
1974
Regina Jacobs
(1,500m)
1982-85
Leann Warren
(1,500m)
1980-85
Lauren Fleshman
(5,000m)
2000-03
PattiSue Plumer
(5,000m)
1981-84
Alicia Craig
(10,000m)
2002-05
Amy Skieresz
(10,000m)
1996-99
Gail Devers
(100 Hurdles)
1985-88
Virginia Powell
(100 Hurdles)
2003-06
Joanna Hayes
(100 Hurdles)
1996-99
Dawn Harper-Nelson
(100 Hurdles)
2003-06
Lynda Tolbert-Goode
(100 Hurdles)
1987-90
Sheena Johnson
(400 Hurdles)
2001-04
Janeene Vickers-McKinney
(400 Hurdles)
1988-91
Emma Coburn
(Steeplechase)
2008-13
Shalaya Kipp
(Steeplechase)
2009-14
Chelsea Johnson
(Pole Vault)
2003-06
Tracy O'Hara
(Pole Vault)
1999-2002
Amy Acuff
(High Jump)
1994-97
Brigetta Barrett
(High Jump)
2011-13
Joni Huntley
(High Jump)
1975-78
Tanya Hughes
(High Jump)
1990-93
Jackie Edwards
(Long Jump)
1989-92
Brianna Glenn
(Long Jump)
2000-02
Sheila Hudson
(Triple Jump, Long Jump)
1986-90
Erica McLain
(Triple Jump)
2005-08
Seilala Sua
(Discus, Shot Put)
1997-2000
Suzy Powell Roos
(Discus)
1995-98
Lillian Copeland
(Discus)
1925-28
Aretha Hill Thurmond
(Discus)
1995-98
Jillian Camarena
(Shot Put)
2001-04
Meg Ritchie
(Shot Put)
1980-83
Eva Orban
(Hammer Throw)
2006-09
Jessica Cosby Toruga
(Hammer Throw)
2002-05
Kate Schmidt
(Javelin)
1972-75
Rachel Yurkovich
(Javelin)
2006-09
Jackie Joyner-Kersee
(Heptathlon, Long Jump)
Watch Pac-12 Living Legend feature
1980-83
Brianne Theisen-Eaton
(Heptathlon)
2008-12
Jacquelyn Johnson
(Heptathlon)
2004-08

Pac-12 Women's Water Polo Player of the Century: Brenda Villa

A 2012 Olympic gold medalist, two-time Olympic silver medalist and 2004 Olympic bronze medalist, Villa has served as a member of the USA Water Polo 2011, 2001 and 1998 FINA World Championships teams. She was a 2010 FINA World Cup gold medalist and a 2002 FINA World Cup silver medalist, in addition to being a member of the USA Water Polo 1999 and 1998 FINA World Cup teams. A three-time Pan American Championships gold medalist (2003, 2007, 2011) and a 1999 Pan American Championships silver medalist, Villa was the 2001 AWPCA Player of the Year and a 2002 NCAA champion. To add to her accomplishments, Villa is a three-time first team All-American (2001, 2002, 2003) and is eighth in Stanford history in career goals with 173. Villa’s career-high 69 goals in 2001 is fourth in Stanford single-season history.

Coach of the Century
  Coach Pac-12 Years
Adam Krikorian 1999-2009
Drivers / Attackers
  Athletes Pac-12 Years
Brenda Villa
Watch Pac-12 Living Legend feature
2001-03
Kelly Rulon 2003, 2005-07
Maggie Steffens 2013-15
Coralie Simmons 1996-98, 2001
Kiley Neushul 2012-15
Courtney Matthewson 2005-08
Sofia Konoukh 2001-03
Heather Petri 1997-99, 2001
Field / Utility / Center / 2M
  Athletes Pac-12 Years
Kami Craig 2006-07, 2009-10
Ellen Estes 1997-98, 2001-02
Natalie Golda 2001-03, 2005
Robin Beauregard 1998, 2001-03
Melissa Seidemann 2009-11, 2013
Annika Dries 2010-11, 2013-14
Goaltenders
  Athletes Pac-12 Years
Jackie Frank 2000-03
Nicolle Payne 1995-98/td>

Pac-12 Men's Rower of the Century: Jake Wetzel

The Golden Bears also received the Pac-12 Men’s Rower of the Century honors through Jake Wetzel (California, 1999-2002). A three-time National Champion and Freshmen National Champion, three-time World Champion and five-time World Cup medalist, Wetzel was a four-time National Champion during his tenure at Cal, only losing one dual race in his entire career. He was a key member of the record-setting 1999 varsity as well as the 2001 and 2002 varsities which all went on to win the IRA by comfortable margins. The consummate student-athlete, Jake went on to win the Oxford/Cambridge Boat Race in 2006 while completing his MSc in Financial Economics at Oxford. He would also eventually complete a PhD in Finance at the University of British Columbia. While at Cal, Jake started his international rowing career which would become one of the most successful of all time. Beginning in 1998 and stretching through to 2008, Jake won the World Championships three times in three different boat classes (4+, 4-, and 8+) which shows his versatility as a rower. During that time he also added four World Cup Gold medals and one Bronze medal. His crowning performances have to be in his second and third Olympic Games where he won Silver and Gold, respectively. After an epic, side-by-side race with the British 4- in Athens, Jake's 8+ won in dominating fashion to take the Gold in Beijing.

Coach of the Century
  Coach Pac-12 Years
Ky Ebright 1924-59
Rowers
  Athletes Pac-12 Years
Jake Wetzel 1990-92
Conn Findlay 1995-96
Scott Frandsen 2000-02
Sebastian Bea 1996-99
Kevin Still 1980-83
Conlin McCabe 2009-13
Duvall Hecht 1949-52
Michael Still 1985-87
David Calder 1998-2001
Larry Hough 1963-66
Luke Walton 2000-01

Men's Varsity Eight of the Century: Washington - 1936

The Varsity Eight of the Century title goes to the 1936 Washington team. The entire National Championship varsity eight of 1936 represented the U.S. at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, Germany, and won the gold medal. The nine members of the boat were honored by the National Rowing Hall of Fame in 1936 and inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1971. Eight of the nine members of the boat won multiple championships, with a total of 18 National Championships in the whole boat.

Rowers
  Athletes Pac-12 Years
Joey Hansen 1999-2001
Donald Hume 1936-38
Dan Ayrault 1956-59
Joesphn Rantz 1935-37
Josh Inman 2000-02
Mladen Stegic 2001-03
Will Crothers 2006-09
Matt Deakin 2000-02
Kerry Turner 1976-78
Rob Munn 2009-12
Pete Donlon 1925-28
Coxswains
  Athletes Pac-12 Years
Pete Cipollone 1991-94
Robert Moch 1935-36
Kent Mitchell 1958-61

Pac-12 Women's Rower of the Century: Eleanor "Elle" Logan

Two-time Olympic Gold medalist Eleanor Logan of Stanford was named the Pac-12 Women’s Rower of the Century. Logan captured her first Gold Medal in the United States Women’s Eight during the 2008 Olympics in Beijing while an undergraduate at Stanford. She won her second Gold Medal in the U.S. Women’s Eight in the 2012 Olympics in London. While at Stanford, Logan also helped the Cardinal win its first NCAA championship. A Pac-12 Champion in 1V8, she rowed in V8 that set NCAA course record and Pac-12 Championship record at Lake Natoma. Named 2011 Pac-10 Athlete of the Year and a four-time CRCA First Team All-American. Logan is one of the most versatile women’s rowers in U.S. History: world Champion in W8+ in 2010, 2011 and 2014 World Champion in the women’s four in 2009. Also a World Championship bronze medalist in the women’s pair-2015, she finished fifth in the women’s single at the 2013 World Championships and a World Championship Under-23 bronze medalist 2007.

Coach of the Century
  Coach Pac-12 Years
Jan Harville 1988-2003
Rowers
  Athletes Pac-12 Years
Eleanor "Elle" Logan 2007-11
Anne Mickelson Cummins
Watch Pac-12 Living Legend feature
1999-2002
Erin Cafaro 2006
Carol Bower 1978-79
Megan Kalmoe 2004-06
Kristi Norelius 1981-82
Grace Luczak 2009-11
Kara Kohler 2010-14
Laurel Korholz 1992-93
Susan Broome 19880-82
Shyril O'Steen 1980-81

Women's Varsity Eight of the Century: Washington - 1997

The Varsity Eight of the Century honors go to the 1997 Washington team. This group won the first-ever NCAA Championship in women’s rowing when the NCAA began sponsoring the event. Six members of this group went on to repeat as NCAA Champions in 1998, and five members of this varsity eight went on to row for their National Teams.

Rowers
  Athletes Pac-12 Years
Jan Palchikoff 1974-75
Sabina Telenska 1997-2000
Samantha Magee 2003-06
Rika Geyser 1998-2001
Iva Obradovic 2009-10
Amy Martin 1994-96
Megan Dirkmaat 1999-2000
Katie Maloney 2000-02
Sabrina Kolker 1999-2002
Connie Carpernter Phinney 1979-80
Lisa Roman 2009-12
Coxswains
  Athletes Pac-12 Years
Mary Whipple 1999-2002
Betsy Beard 1980-83
Jill Costello 2007-10

Pac-12 Men's Golf Player of the Century: Phil Mickelson

The Pac-12 Men’s Golfer of the Century, Phil Mickelson, was with the Sun Devils from 1989-1992. With ASU, Mickelson was one of only four players to be named first-team All-American for four years. He won a school record 16 tournaments, including NCAA titles in 1989, 1990 and 1992, and was named Pac- 10 Player of the Year three times (1990-92). Also a U.S. Walker Cup member in 1989 and 1991, Mickelson was the U.S. Amateur champion in 1990, and was the only player to win outright NCAA crowns in freshman and sophomore seasons.

Coach of the Century
  Player Pac-12 Years
    Randy Lein 1984-92, 1993-2011
  Players Pac-12 Years
Phil Mickelson 1989-92
Tiger Woods 1995-96
Scott Simpson 1974-77
Tom Watson 1969-71
Paul Casey 1998-2000
Corey Pavin 1978-80, 1982
Jim Furyk 1989-92
Patrick Rodgers 2012-14
Sam Randolph 1983-86
Craig Stadler 1972-75
Ricky Barnes 2000-03
Dave Stockton 1961-63

Pac-12 Women's Golf Player of the Century: Annika Sörenstam

Arizona’s Annika Sörenstam (1991-92) was named the Pac-12 Women’s Golfer of the Century. She was the first freshman to ever win the NCAA Division I Championship in 1991, and was named the NCAA Co-Player of the Year that same year. Sörenstam led the Wildcats to 14 team championships, and won seven collegiate titles. The winner of 90 international tournaments (most wins to her name all-time), she has also won 72 LPGA tournaments, including 10 majors. Sörenstam was a 2003 inductee to the World Golf Hall of Fame.

Coach of the Century
  Coach Pac-12 Years
Linda Vollstedt 1980-2001
  Players Pac-12 Years
Annika Sörenstam 1991-92
Lorena Ochoa 2001-02
Wendy Ward 1974-77
Danielle Ammaccapane 1983-87
Annie Park 2013-15
Mickey Wright 1954
Grace Park 1998-2000
Lizette Salas 2008-11
Tiffany Joh 2006-09
Marissa Baena 1996-98
Kay Cockerill 1983-87
Heather Farr 1983-85

Pac-12 Men's Tennis Player of the Century: Steve Johnson

The Pac-12 Men's Tennis Player of the Century, Steve Johnson, won NCAA team titles in all four seasons and won two NCAA singles titles (2011-12) with the USC Trojans. Johnson finished 20011 and 2012 as No. 1 college player for USC, ending with 72 straight wins. He was the 2011 2012 ITA Player of the Year and Pac-12 Player of the Year. Johnson was also part of the 2009, 2010 and 2012 Pac-12 Doubles Team of the Year.

Coach of the Century
  Player Pac-12 Years
Dick Gould 1966-2004
Singles Players
  Players Pac-12 Years
John McEnroe 1978
Jimmy Connors 1971
Arthur Ashe 1963-65
Steve Johnson 2009-12
Stan Smith 1966-68
Dennis Ralston 1962-64

Pac-12 Men's Doubles Team of the Century: Bob Bryan & Mike Bryan

The Pac-12 Men’s Tennis Doubles Team of the Century, Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan of Stanford, has 16 Grand Slam Doubles titles, 109 doubles titles won and was the No. 1 tandem in the world (jointly) for a record 438 weeks.

Singles Players
  Players Pac-12 Years
Bob Bryan 1997-98
Rafael Osuna 1961-63
Alex Olmedo 1956-58
Alex O'Brien 1989-92
Bob Lutz 1967-69
Alex Mayer 1971-73

Pac-12 Women's Tennis Player of the Century: Patty Fendick-McCain

The Cardinal also took the Pac-12 Women's Tennis Player of the Century honor with Patty Fendick-McCain. The 1986 NCAA singles champion, 1987 NCAA singles champion and four-time All-American was also the 1987 Pac-10 Player of the Year. Fendick-McCain was part of three NCAA championship teams (1984, 1986, 1987), member of 1987 Pac-10 championship team and the 1987 Honda Broderick Award winner. A member of Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame, she was the 1988 WTA Rookie of the Year, 1991 Australian Open Doubles Champion and member of U.S. Federation Cup and U.S. Wightman Cup.

Coach of the Century
  Coach Pac-12 Years
Frank Brennan 1979-2000
Singles Players
  Players Pac-12 Years
Patty Fendick-McCain 1984-87
Nicole Gibbs 2011-13
Amber Liu 2003-06
Laura Granville 2000-01
Sandra Birch 1998-2001
Barbara Hallquist DeGroot 1976-79

Pac-12 Women's Doubles Team of the Century: Amanda Augustus & Amy Jensen

Pac-12 Doubles Team of the Century, Amanda Augustus and Amy Jensen (California), was the 1998 & 1999 NCAA Doubles Champion for the Golden bears.

Singles Players
  Players Pac-12 Years
Kathy Jordan 1978-79
Jana Juricova 2009-12
Linda Gates 1982-85
Robin Anderson 2012-15
Amy Jensen 1997-2000
Keri Phebus 1993-96

Pac-12 Baseball Player of the Century: John Olerud

Olerud earned Pac-12 Player of the Year honors after re-writing the WSU record books as both a pitcher and first baseman. In 1988, he became the only pitcher in NCAA history to win 15 games and hit 20 home runs as he was 15-0 and hit 23 that year. He was named College Athlete of the Year by Baseball America. He still holds numerous WSU records, including career batting average at .434 and single season batting average at .464. On the mound, Olerud was 26-4 and posted a 3.17 ERA while throwing 241.1 innings over his three seasons. During his career he set two Pac-10 records and 10 Pac-10 North marks. Prior to his senior season, Olerud signed a contract with Toronto and went directly to the Major Leagues. In 1993, he became the first Blue Jay to win a batting title, hitting .363, and became just the ninth MLB player since 1900 to collect 200 hits and walk 100 times. Olerud played for Toronto, the New York Mets and Yankees, Seattle and Boston during his 17-year career. He is a member of the College Baseball Hall of Fame and the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award, given annually by the College Baseball Hall of Fame, was named in his honor.

Coach of the Century
  Coach Pac-12 Years
Raoul "Rod" Dedeaux 1942-1986
Catchers
  Players Pac-12 Years
A.J. Hinch 1992-96
Todd Zeile 1984-86
Casey Myers 1998-2001
First Base
  Players Pac-12 Years
John Olerud 1987-89
Mark McGwire 1982-84
Second Base
  Players Pac-12 Years
Chase Utley 1998-2000
Bret Boone 1988-90
Xavier Nady 1998-2000
Shortstop
  Players Pac-12 Years
Dustin Pedroia 2002-04
Jackie Robinson 1940
Third Base
  Players Pac-12 Years
Troy Glaus 1995-97
Brett Wallace 2006-08
Chip Hale 1984-87
Outfiled
  Players Pac-12 Years
Barry Bonds 1983-85
Fred Lynn 1971-73
Terry Francona 1978-80
Michael Conforto 2012-14
Oddibe McDowell 1983-84
Mike Kelly 1989-91
Jacoby Ellsbury 2003-05

Pac-12 Pitcher of the Century: Mark Prior

Prior was named Pac-12 Pitcher of the Century after establishing himself as one of the most dominating pitchers in college baseball history. The hard throwing right-hander won 25 games and averaged 11.5 strikeouts with just 2.1 walks per nine innings in his Trojan career. In 2001, he was only the second collegian ever to sweep every National Player of the Year award and was the first Trojan to win the Golden Spikes Award while going 15-1 with a 1.69 ERA and notching a Pac-10 record 202 strikeouts with just 18 walks. He helped USC to College World Series trips both of his seasons. The Chicago Cubs made him the No. 2 overall pick of the 2001 MLB Draft and he pitched for them for five seasons (2002-06), including being named to the 2003 All-Star team. He then spent time in the minors before the toll of various arm and shoulder injuries ended his career in 2013.

Pitchers
  Players Pac-12 Years
Tim Lincecum 2004-06
Mark Prior 2000-01
Mike Mussina 1986-90
Tom Seaver 1965
Jack McDowell 1983-87
Mike Leake 2007-09
David Berg 2012-15
Randy Johnson 1983-85
Trevor Bauer 2009-11
Mark Appel 2009-13

Pac-12 Baseball Player & Pitcher of the Century: Lisa Fernandez

Fernandez is a four-time First-Team All-American, as well as a Four-Time All-Region and All-Conference member. She won the1993 Honda-Broderick Cup Award, in addition to the 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Honda Award. With the Bruins, she won the 1990 and 1992 National Champion and a four-time All-WCWS. Fernandez is second in school and NCAA history in ERA (0.22), and first in UCLA history in shutouts (74), fourth in hits (287), fifth in strikeouts (784), sixth in wins (93) and complete games (95) and eighth in batting average (.382). An 11-Time Pac-10 Pitcher and Player of the Week, she has tossed 11 no-hitters. Her #16 jersey is retired, and was a 2003 UCLA and 2013 ASA Softball Hall of Fame inductee. Fernandez is also a three-time Olympian (‘96,’00,’04).

Coach of the Century
  Coach Pac-12 Years
Mike Candrea 1986-Present
Catchers
  Players Pac-12 Years
Stacey Nuveman 1997, 1999, 2001-02
Leah Braatz 1994-95, 1997-98
First Base
  Players Pac-12 Years
Amy Chellevold 1992-95
Tairia Mims 2000-03
Second Base
  Players Pac-12 Years
Jenny Dalton 1993-96
Caitlin Benyi 2003-06
Shortstop
  Players Pac-12 Years
Natasha Watley 2000-03
Dot Richardson 1981-83
Laura Espinoza 1992-95
Third Base
  Players Pac-12 Years
Jennifer Brundage 1992-95
Janice Parks 1986-89
Outfiled
  Players Pac-12 Years
Jessica Mendoza 1999-2002
Caitlin Lowe 2004-07
Leah O'Brien 1993-95, 1997
Kaitlin Cochran 2006-09
Alison McCutcheon 1995-98
Gina Vecchione 1980-82
Pitchers
  Players Pac-12 Years
Lisa Fernandez 1990-93
Jennie Finch 1999-2002
Michele Granger 1990-93
Danielle Lawrie 2007-10
Debbie Doom 1982-85
Keira Goerl 2001-04
Nancy Evans 1994-95, 1997-98
Susie Parra 1991-94
Alicia Hollowell 2003-06
Tracy Compton 1982-85
Katie Burkhart 2005-08
Lisa Longaker 1987-90
Amanda Freed 1999-2002

Pac-12 Men's Track & Field Athlete of the Century: Henry Rono

Rono established four World, Collegiate, Pac-10 and WSU records in 81 days in 1978. He ran 5000m in 13:08.4 (April 8), 3000m steeplechase in 8:05.4 (May 13), 10,000m in 27:22.47 (June 11) and 3000m in 7:32.1 (June 27). His steeplechase and 5000m times are still the best in collegiate records through 2015 season. He won four Pac-10 titles - steeplechase in 1977, 5k and 10k in 1978 and 5k in 1979. Rono won six NCAA titles, including the 1978 and 1979 steeplechase. In 1978, he was named Track and Field News' World Track & Field Athlete of the Year, Sport Magazine Track Athlete-of-the-Year, AP European Sportswriters Sportsman of the Year and was the North America winner of Helms Athletic Foundation World Trophy. A member of Kenya’s 1980 Olympic team, he dropped his 5000m time to 13:06.2 (1981).

Coach of the Century
  Coach Pac-12 Years
Dean Cromwell 1909-48
  Athletes
(Events)
Pac-12 Years
Ato Boldon
(100m, 200m)
1993-96
Charles Paddock
(100m)
1920-23
Lennox Miller
(100m)
1967-69
Don Quarrie
(200m)
1972-73
Mel Patton
(200m)
1946-49
Hal Davis
(200m)
1942-43
Quincy Watts
(400m)
1989-92
Steve Lewis
(400m)
1988-90
Danny Everett
(400m)
1987-88
Archie Williams
(400m)
1936-38
Joaquim Cruz
(800m)
1983-84
James Robinson
(800m)
1975-76
Ben Eastman
(800m)
1929-32
Bernard Lagat
(1,500m)
1996-99
Matthew Centrowitz
(1,500m)
2008-11
Dyrol Burleson
(1,500m)
1959-62
Louis Zamperini
(1,500m)
1938-40
Steve Prefontaine
(5,000m)
1970-73
Edward Cheserek
(5,000m)
2014-Present
Gerry Lindgren
(10,000m)
1964-68
Galen Rupp
(10,000m)
2005-09
Meb Keflezighi
(10,000m)
1995-98
Greg Foster
(100 Hurdles)
1978-80
Jack Davis
(100 Hurdles)
1951-53
Kevin Young
(400 Hurdles)
1986-89
Felix Sanchez
(400 Hurdles)
1999-2000
Andre Phillips
(400 Hurdles)
1980-81
Jeshua Anderson
(400 Hurdles)
2007-11
Henry Rono
(Steeplechase, 5,000m, 10,000m)
1976-81
Julius Korir
(Steeplechase)
1982-86
Bob Seagren
(Pole Vault)
1967-69
Brad Walker
(Pole Vault)
2000-04
Dick Fosbury
(High Jump)
1967-69
Dwight Stones
(High Jump)
1972
Charlie Dumas
(High Jump)
1958-60
Mike Powell
(Long Jump)
1985-86
Randy Williams
(Long Jump)
1972-75
Dwight Phillips
(Long Jump)
1999-2000
Willie Banks
(Triple Jump)
1977-78
Joseph Taiwo
(Triple Jump)
1981-84
Mac Wilkins
(Discus)
1972-73
John Van Reenen
(Discus)
1967-70
John Godina
(Shot Put, Discus)
1993-95
Parry O'Brien
(Shot Put)
1951-53
Dallas Long
(Shot Put)
1960-62
Balazs Kiss
(Hammer Throw)
1993-96
Scott Neilson
(Hammer Throw)
1976-79
Bud Held
(Javelin)
1947-50
Cy Young
(Javelin)
1949-51
Ashton Eaton
(Decathlon)
2007-10
Rafer Johnson
(Decathlon)
1956-60
Bob Mathias
(Decathlon)
1949-52