Track and field's highest honor caps a historic career for the 2014 graduate, who left Oregon with 17 track and field All-America awards.
The ceremony, which is hosted by the JW Marriott Desert Ridge in Phoenix, will begin at 6 p.m. PT and will be streamed live HERE, beginning with a red carpet show at 5:25 p.m. PT.
For the second-consecutive season, the Oregon women's track and field team has reeled in the top recruiting class in the nation according to Track and Field News, while the Men of Oregon's 2015 recruiting class is ranked second.
Lance Deal, the United States' best hammer thrower and 1996 Olympic Silver Medalist, was inducted into the USA Track & Field Hall of Fame Thursday night.
The NCAA Championships once again highlighting the Oregon track and field schedule.
The Oregon Athletics Marketing Department will be holding national anthem auditions at Matthew Knight Arena on Sunday, Oct. 5, from noon to 3 p.m.
Women's top hurdler and two-sport standout join one of school's top football teams of all time and a trio of hardwood legends to be inducted into Hall of Fame.
The race wrapped up a historic weekend for Historic Hayward Field and USA Track and Field, as the week-long event marked the first time the World Junior Championships were contested on American soil.
Oregon incoming freshman Ariana Washington helped bring home a gold medal with her leg on the USA's 4x100 relay which cruised to a win in 43.46.
Ariana Washington ran the second leg on the USA women's 4x100-meter relay team which won its heat in 44.03 seconds.
Brennan finished third in her heat, the fastest of the three, and crossed the finish line in 53.81, securing a spot in Friday's final.