The Bowerman is awarded annually at the end of the track and field season to the most outstanding track and field athlete.
The USC women's team made a valiant comeback to place second at the 2019 NCAA Women's Outdoor Track & Field Championships, with Anna Cockrell winning the 400m hurdles, Angie Annelus the 200m dash and the 4x100m relay getting things started with a victory during the final day at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin, Texas today (June 8).
USC redshirt junior Angie Annelus wins the NCAA 200-meter title with a time of 22.16 seconds Saturday at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
USC's Anna Cockrell runs a 2019 collegiate-best 55.23 seconds in the 400-meter hurdles Saturday during the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships to win the individual title.
Hear from USC sophomore Chanel Brissett, who lead off USC's 4x100-meter relay Saturday during the NCAA Championships.
Cameron Samuel finished sixth in the 400m hurdles and Earnest Sears III tied for 12th in the high jump during the final day of the 2019 Men's NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships held at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin, Texas today (June 7). USC scored a total of six points to finish tied for 37th overall at the Championships. Earning first-team All-America honors during the two days of competition were Matthew Katnik (6th – Shot Put) and Cameron Samuel (6th – 400m hurdles).