2013 - Men's Fan Vote
UCLA thrower Julian Wruck took aim at the collegiate record book throughout the 2013 track & field campaign and fans definitely noticed.
- Julian Wruck, UCLA - 40.6 percent
- Derek Drouin, Indiana - 38.6 percent
- Lawi Lalang, Arizona - 20.8 percent
Wruck, however, didn't win The Bowerman. Instead, that honor went to Indiana high jumper Derek Drouin.
2013 - Women's Fan Vote
Stanford hurdler Kori Carter made her presence felt throughout the 2013 track & field season and shattered the collegiate outdoor record in the 400 hurdles.
- Kori Carter, Stanford - 53.5 percent
- Brianna Rollins, Clemson - 27.2 percent
- Brigetta Barrett, Arizona - 19.3 percent
Carter, however, didn't win The Bowerman. Instead, that honor went to Clemson hurdler Brianna Rollins who had her own dream season and broke collegiate records in the 60 hurdles and 100 hurdles.
2014 - Men's Fan Vote
Texas A&M sprinter Deon Lendore made quick work of the competition on the track (He went undefeated in 400-meter finals) and in the fan vote.
- Deon Lendore, Texas A&M - 52.7 percent
- Edward Cheserek, Oregon - 33 percent
- Lawi Lalang, Arizona - 14.3 percent
Lendore brought home The Bowerman and gave the Southeastern Conference its first winner since LSU's Kimberlyn Duncan in 2012.
2014 - Women's Fan Vote
Oregon's Laura Roesler had a tremendous senior year as she swept the 800-meter titles and the fan's hearts.
- Laura Roesler, Oregon - 41.7 percent
- Courtney Okolo, Texas - 34.1 percent
- Sharika Nelvis, Arkansas State - 24.2 percent
Roesler won The Bowerman and gave Oregon its first female recipient in program history and first overall since Ashton Eaton nabbed the honor in 2010.
2015 - Men's Fan Vote
Akron standout Shawn Barber cleared just about every bar he attempted during the 2015 collegiate track & field season and then soared to the fan vote crown.
- Shawn Barber, Akron - 45.7 percent
- Marquis Dendy, Florida - 34.3 percent
- Edward Cheserek, Oregon - 20 percent
Barber, however, didn't win The Bowerman. Instead, that honor went to Florida jumper Marquis Dendy.
2015 - Women's Fan Vote
2015 was definitely "The Year of the Vault," at least how The Bowerman fan vote is concerned.
Stephen F. Austin's Demi Payne made it a clean sweep of the fan vote for those who soar 15 feet or higher into the air using carbon fiber or fiberglass poles and did so in staggering fashion.
- Demi Payne, Stephen F. Austin - 55.3 percent
- Kendra Harrison, Kentucky - 24.3 percent
- Jenna Prandini, Oregon - 20.4 percent
Payne, however, didn't win The Bowerman. Instead, that honor went to Oregon's Jenna Prandini, who became the first athlete in recent memory to finish last in the fan vote but win the 35-pound award.
2016 - Men's Fan Vote
Arkansas standout Jarrion Lawson pulled off the Jesse Owens Triple (won the 100, 200 and long jump at the same NCAA meet) and held off a game challenge from Texas A&M's Donavan Brazier in the fan vote.
- Jarrion Lawson, Arkansas - 39.9 percent
- Donavan Brazier, Texas A&M - 38.7 percent
- Edward Cheserek, Oregon - 21.4 percent
Lawson became the first man since Texas A&M sprinter Deon Lendore to win the fan vote and The Bowerman.
2016 - Women's Fan Vote
Georgia jumper Keturah Orji soared to an American record and collegiate record in the triple jump at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships in 2016 and later earned the fan vote title as well.
- Keturah Orji, Georgia - 44.8 percent
- Courtney Okolo, Texas - 35.6 percent
- Raven Saunders, Ole Miss - 19.6 percent
Orji, however, didn't win The Bowerman. Instead, that went to Courtney Okolo, the Queen of the Quarter Mile.