Brianna Glenn emerged as one of the nation's premier track and field athletes in 2001 and put together a season that stands as one of the best ever for a Wildcat track athlete. Brianna became the first woman in NCAA track and field history to win the long jump and a sprint event at the Division I National Championships. She also became the first UofA woman to win a Pac-10 conference championship in both 100 and 200 meters that same year and was awarded the Pac-10 Track and Field Athlete of the Year. Brianna was a multiple first team All-American and at the time of her induction, still held University of Arizona records in the 100 & 200 meters and in the long jump. In the summer of 2002, Brianna won the USA outdoor long jump championship and was the lead off leg for Team USA's 4x100 meter gold medal relay.