The Bowerman 2018 - Finalists Fan Voting

2018-vote-banner.png

The online fan vote will close Thursday, June 28 at 10:00 p.m., Eastern.

The Bowerman: Men’s Watch List At The 2018 NCAA DI Outdoor Championships

EUGENE, Oregon – Today is the final day that male collegiate track & field athletes can impress The Bowerman Watch List Committee.

Following the conclusion of the 2018 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships, the Watch List will convene and pick the 10 semifinalist for collegiate track & field’s highest honor. Those names will be announced on Thursday, June 14 at 3 pm CT.

But first, here is a look at what members of the last Watch List – the Pre-NCAA Outdoor Championships Watch List – have been up to in Eugene, Oregon.

Auburn’s Nathon Allen

  • Wednesday: 3rd fastest qualifier in 400 at 44.83; 50.82 split in 4×400 (Team did not qualify for final)
  • Friday: Will compete in the final of the 400 | RESULT: 3rd place in 400 at 44.13

Southern California’s Rai Benjamin

  • Wednesday: 2nd fastest qualifier in the 400 hurdles at 49.66; 2nd leg of 4×400
  • Friday: Will compete in the finals of the 400 hurdles, 4×400 | RESULT: NCAA champ in 400 hurdles at 47.02 (Collegiate Record, t-No. 2 performer in world history); 2nd leg of 4×400 that set a collegiate record

Kansas’ Gleb Dudarev

  • Wednesday: 12th in hammer throw at 69.18m (227-0)
  • Friday: Does not compete

Houston’s Elijah Hall

  • Wednesday: 6th fastest qualifier in the 100 at 10.10, 2nd leg of 2nd fastest qualifying 4×100
  • Friday: Will compete in the finals of the 100, 4×100 | RESULT: 2nd in 100 at 10.17; 2nd leg of 4×100 that set collegiate record

Florida’s Grant Holloway

  • Wednesday: 2nd fastest qualifier in the 110 hurdles at 13.42; 9th in the long jump at 7.83m (25-8.25); 3rd leg of collegiate-leading 4×100 relay; 45.35 split in 4×400
  • Friday: Will compete in the finals of the 110 hurdles, 4×100 and 4×400 | RESULTS: NCAA champ in the 110 hurdles at 13.42; 3rd leg of 3rd place 4×100 relay; Anchor leg of 4th place 4×400 relay

New Mexico’s Josh Kerr

  • Wednesday: Fastest qualifier in the 1500 at 3:47.47
  • Friday: Will compete in the final of the 1500 | RESULT: Finished 3rd at 3:45.02

Syracuse’s Justyn Knight

  • Wednesday: Did not compete
  • Friday: Will compete in the final of the 5000 | RESULT: Finished 2nd in 5000 at 13:55.03

South Dakota’s Chris Nilsen

  • Wednesday: NCAA champ in pole vault at 5.83m (19-1.5); Broke 22-year-old meet record
  • Friday: Does not compete

Southern California’s Michael Norman

  • Wednesday: Fastest qualifier in the 400 at 44.66; 45.19 split in the 4×400
  • Friday: Will compete in the finals of the 400, 4×400 | RESULT: NCAA champ in 400 at 43.61 (Collegiate record); Anchor leg of 4×400 that set collegiate record

UTEP’s Michael Saruni

  • Wednesday: 2nd fastest qualifier in the 800 at 1:46.98
  • Friday: Will compete in the final of the 800 | RESULT: Finished 3rd in 800 at 1:45.31

Remember: You can watch all of tonight’s action LIVE on ESPN beginning at 8:30 pm ET (5:30 pm PT).

2018-Finalists-Men.png2018-Finalists-Women.png

The Bowerman 2018 - Finalists Fan Voting

The 2018 fan vote for The Bowerman will end on Thursday, June 28 at 10 p.m., Eastern. Select one (1) male and/or one (1) female as the most deserving to win The Bowerman. The fan vote counts as one (1) collective vote on the full ballot. Only five votes per day per valid email address will be counted. More details
  • Only five votes per valid email address per day will be counted.
  • Would you like updates from the The Bowerman sent to your email address? This will include information on finalists, watch lists, and broadcast information. Check the box if so. You can always opt-out later.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

The Bowerman Presentation Archive