Roger Clemens Award
The Roger Clemens Award was an award given annually to the best collegiate pitcher in the NCAA Division I. The award was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Houston and was first awarded in 2004, succeeding the Rotary Smith Award. It was named after former University of Texas pitcher Roger Clemens. The winner was determined by a vote of all Division I head coaches, selected members of the media, all past winners of the Roger Clemens Award, as well as all past winners of the Rotary Smith Award.
|2004||Jered Weaver||Long Beach State|
|2006||Andrew Miller||North Carolina|