The Bowerman is presented to the most outstanding male and female collegiate track and field athlete. On December 19th, Flotrack will provide the live stream of the fouth annual Bowerman Awards from Orlando, Florida.

As usual, all three finalists are more than qualified to lift the award. "The Heisman of college track and field" has a short, but storied history and reputation that will continue Wednesday night.

The three male finalists each have NCAA titles, top collegiate marks, and other odds and ends that make them Bowerman finalists.

Who deserves the 2012 Bowerman Award? You decide.

Cam Levins

NCAA Outdoor

NCAA Indoor

Conference Championships

Odds and Ends

1st (5000m and 10000m) 3rd (3000m and 5000m)
Outdoors: 1st (800m, Mile, 3000m, and 5000m)

Indoors: 1st (800m, Mile, 3000m, and 5000m)
  • 13:18.47 at Mt. SAC Relays (fifth all-time collegiate, fastest since 2008, and 2nd fastest Canadian all-time)
  • 27:27.96 at Payton Jordan (second fastest all-time collegiate, second fastest Canadian all-time)
  • 7:45.75 at New Balance Indoor Grand Prix (top collegian and eighth fastest all-time)
 
Tony McQuay


NCAA Outdoor

NCAA Indoor

Conference Championships

Odds and Ends

1st (400m and 4x400m) 1st (400m) Outdoors: 1st (400m and 4x400m)

Indoors: 1st (200m)
  • 44.58 at NCAA Outdoor (top collegiate)
  • 44.01 split at NCAA Outdoor (clinched the team title)
  • 45.77 (best collegian)
  • First since 2008 to sweep indoor and outdoor 400m

Andrew Riley



NCAA Outdoor

NCAA Indoor

Conference Championships

Odds and Ends

1st (100m and 110mH) 2nd (60m) and 4th (60mH)
Outdoors: 1st (100m, 110mH, and 4x100m)

Indoors: 1st (60m and 60mH)
  • First ever to win both the 100m and 100mH 110mH
  • 10.02 at NCAA semifinal (personal best)
  • Won all four rounds in the NCAA outdoor 110mH
  • 13.28 at the John McDonnell Invitational (collegiate-leading and #8 all-time)