Natoya Goule's impact extends far beyond 2015 for Clemson track & field.
The Tiger freshman will represent Team USA in the 400 at the Pan American Juniors.
The former IAAF World Junior Champion now works as a DJ at Hot 98.1 FM in Greenville.
Tiger sophomore earns third such honor of 2014-15.
Departing senior earns spot at IAAF World Championships, while Lamb will represent Team USA at the Pan American Juniors.
Several current and former Tigers are scheduled to compete at the USA Junior & Senior Championships, and Jamaica Championships this weekend.
John Lewis, Chris McBride won New Balance National Championships last weekend.
Mark Elliott named ACC Outdoor Women's Coach of the Year, sweeping the 2015 honors.
The redshirt senior finished her career as Clemson's record-holder in the event.
Tevin Hester posted a pair of sixth-place finishes in the short sprints Friday.
The Tiger senior is in search of a second NCAA title in 2015.
The Tigers qualified for three men's finals on Wednesday, the first day of the national meet.