Clemson hurdler Brianna Rollins received The Bowerman Award - the highest honor awarded in collegiate track & field. Rollins was voted the female winner by a combined vote of former winners of the award, selected media and track & field statisticians, coaches and fans.
Rollins went undefeated in 17 collegiate races spanning the 60 hurdles and 100 hurdles. She was ACC Champion in four events while leading the Tiger women to a sweep of the indoor and outdoor conference championships.
She elected to turn professional with one outdoor season of eligibility remaining and two weeks later broke the American record by running 12.26 on her way to claiming the 2013 USA Championship. Rollins made the World Championship team and became the youngest female in history at 20 years of age to win the world title in the 100 hurdles.